For some strange reason, Lutherans in my experience have had an aversion to the psalter. Yes, the psalms were semi-difficult to find in The Lutheran Hymnal, but I think the reason is deeper than that. Could it be that some misunderstood Luther's singing of the psalms as a monk? Could it be that the overuse/near exclusive use of psalms by the Reformed before Watts' new hymns?
Another positive step forward in the "worship wars" is recovering a use of psalmody. Listen to this encouragement…
Recently, I finished Shane Hipps' "The Hidden Power of Electronic Culture." As a work of prescription, it is mostly deeply flawed. However, as a work of analysis, it is extremely helpful. One section I particularly enjoyed: