This is exactly right:
There is very good reason that both charismatics and traditionalists (and in particular the Reformed) should be dissatisfied with the appropropriation of Praise and Worship Songs and some other elements of charismatic worship by historically evangelical churches. From the charismatic point of view, such churches have adopted these songs and this worship as a technique for outreach. What they lack is the Spirit – or the spirit of charismatic worship with its emphasis on personal encounter with Jesus in the power of the Spirit.
On the other hand, what historically evangelical churches need to recognize is that they have adopted songs and worship elements from the charismatics who have a distinctive view of the Spirit and worship. In particular it ought to be recognized by both Presbyterians who have a theology of worship (the regulative principle) and Anglicans who have a method of worship (common prayer) that charismatic trees cannot be grafted onto their roots.
Put other ways, contemporay worship is neither fish nor fowl, cold nor hot.The integrity of both traditional worship and charismatic worship is undermined, if not destroyed, by contemporary worship.