The group Superchick included a song titled "Barlow Girls" on their initial release, Karaoke Superstars, as a tribute to the actual Barlow sisters and their stand for purity, and effectively introduced the sisters to the music world. 1 song in 2004 on R&R's CHR and CRW's Rock charts, "Never Alone" was named Song of the Year on each of these charts.
The CD had sold over 250,000 units by April 2005, and featured the singles "Never Alone" and "Mirror". 1 songs earned the trio four 2005 Gospel Music Association (GMA) awards (formerly the Dove Award) nominations, including the Best New Artist award, Best Rock Song, and Rock Album.
1 radio single, "You're Worthy of My Praise", from their 2005 album What I Was Made For. 1 position on the R&R Christian Hit Radio chart for 9 weeks, and the CRW Christian Hit Radio chart for a record 13 weeks.
Their next single from the album, "I Need You to Love Me", quickly climbed to No. The band filmed a music video for their hit song "Never Alone" for release on mainstream radio and music video television channels, but it did not chart in the mainstream.
It is the first of two occurrences where oldest sister and guitarist Rebecca sings a solo. There is also a Family Christian exclusive version which contains the bonus track, "We Pray", which, among others, also features artists Mandisa, Jackson Waters, and Rebecca St. The trio was nominated for three additional 2006 GMA awards - "Group of the Year", "Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year", and "Rock Recorded Song of the Year" for "Let Go".
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The CD also featured a hidden track titled "Image", which listeners could only obtain via digital download by loading the CD into their computers and accessing a hidden website. 3 on Soundscan's Christian album chart, and had reached eighty-five on Billboard's Top 200 Current Albums chart by October 10, 2005.The band is best known for its radio singles "Never Alone" in 2004 and "I Need You to Love Me" in 2006, breaking records for the longest-charting No.1 song on the Radio and Records Christian Hit Radio (CHR) chart The Barlows' father, Vince Barlow, created youth CDs at his church, Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Illinois.Lauren notes that she and her sisters listened to 50s and 60s music while growing up.The band lists the Beatles and the Mamas & the Papas as major influences because of their vocal harmonies.Home for Christmas was released on September 26, 2008. Inhabited responded by saying: "it wasn't to bash or put them down, it just says our art is a different style.They have achieved great success, and we would wish them no less!Also included on the enhanced CD was their "Never Alone" music video. Similarly to Another Journal Entry, this album was released in a special edition variant known as How Can We Be Silent Premium Edition.Barlow Girl again recorded with producer Otto Price for their third studio album How Can We Be Silent. It was released concurrently with the regular edition, adding a new cover sleeve and bundling a 45-minute DVD.The sisters were not informed that the seminar was a record industry event for unsigned artists, nor that it was a competition. Record companies became interested in the sisters after word of mouth spread about the seminar.The group's name became famous before the group released their first CD.