Various Artists

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Genre: Gospel
Artist/Group Name: Various Artists
Release Date: 04/05/2005
Original Release Date: 2005
Label: Reunion
# of Discs: 2

Disc 1
1. Dive - Steven Curtis Chapman
2. Holy - Nichole Nordeman
3. I Can Only Imagine - MercyMe
4. In Christ Alone - Brian Littrell
5. One of These Days - FFH
6. Big Enough - Chris Rice
7. Lead Me On - Amy Grant
8. Place in the World - Michael W. Smith
9. Gather at the River - Point of Grace
10. Redeemer - Nicole C. Mullen
11. Testify to Love - Avalon
12. Awesome God - Rich Mullins
13. On My Knees - Jaci Velasquez
14. He's My Son - Mark Schultz
15. Live For You - Rachael Lampa
16. Butterfly Kisses - Bob Carlisle

Disc 2
1. Flood - Jars of Clay
2. Kiss Me - Sixpence None the Richer
3. If We Are the Body - Casting Crowns
4. Undo Me - Jennifer Knapp
5. Show Me Your Glory - Third Day
6. Jesus Freak - dc Talk
7. Stomp - God's Property
8. He Reigns - Newsboys
9. God of Wonders - City On A Hill
10. I Still Believe - Jeremy Camp
11. God - Rebecca St. James
12. There You Go - Caedmon's Call
13. Open the Eyes of My Heart - SONICFLOOd
14. Don't Look at Me - Stacie Orrico
15. Big House - Audio Adrenaline

Release Notes

One must give credence to the WOW series' claim that it has compiled "31 of the greatest Christian music hits ever," as it does on this collection of Number One hits, as WOW is the clear leader in contemporary Christian music (CCM) collections. True to this statement, the biggest hits by spiritually minded performers are here, including quite a few songs that have crossed over into the upper reaches of the secular pop charts. Like the NOW template it is patterned after, this WOW installment mixes in all styles of music, from the country beckonings of MercyMe to the rap-rock of DC Talk to the post-grunge of Third Day and the soulful gospel of Kirk Franklin's God Property. The songs run the gamut from unabashedly reverential songs like Rich Mullins' "Awesome God" to the less-obvious worship of Jars of Clay's surprise modern-rock hit "Flood," and the entirely secular-yet-innocent love song "Kiss Me" by Sixpence None the Richer. Over the course of its two discs, this WOW compilation presents an exemplary survey of the Christian pop-music landscape.


Recording Type: n/a

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