Hillsong United: Live in Miami

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Live In Miami
Live album by Hillsong United
Released 14 February 2012
Recorded 6 August 2011
Genre Contemporary Christian, Christian rock
Length 2:07:09
Label Hillsong
Hillsong United chronology
Live in Miami

Live in Miami is a live Contemporary Christian music album by Hillsong United which was recorded at the American Airlines Arena on 6 August 2011 and captures a worship experience in a stadium filled with thousands of people worshipping Jesus Christ. Live in Miami contains 22 songs including "Mighty to Save", "Hosanna", "The Stand" and "Aftermath".[1] The album peaked in the Top 50 on the ARIA Albums Chart.[2]


Having led worship in churches, stadiums and open fields around the world, United's Live in Miami is the first live album from the band since 2009 and features 22 tracks, all captured during the band’s sold-out worship night in Miami. In 2011, best-selling modern worship band Hillsong United brought a new and fresh approach to tours, visuals, songs and multimedia to the U.S. for the widely successful "Aftermath Tour". The tour logged sold out worship nights in venues across the country - from New York to Los Angeles (where the band became the first Christian band to sell out Staples Center) and back east to Miami where the CD and DVD were recorded.

Track listing[edit]

Disc A
No. Title Writer(s) Lead Vocals Length
1. "Go"   Matt Crocker Matt Crocker 4:08
2. "Break Free"   Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Scott Ligertwood Jonathon Douglass 4:07
3. "You"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 4:49
4. "Search My Heart"   Joel Houston, Matt Crocker Jad Gillies 7:03
5. "Mighty To Save"   Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding Joel Houston 5:12
6. "Hosanna"   Brooke Fraser Hayley Law 6:20
7. "All I Need Is You"   Marty Sampson Jad Gillies 5:56
8. "Bones"   Jill McCloghry, Joel Houston Jill McCloghry 4:07
9. "Nova"   Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Michael Guy Chislett Matt Crocker 6:02
10. "Aftermath"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 8:06
Disc B
No. Title Writer(s) Lead Vocals Length
1. "Freedom Is Here" / "Shout Unto God"   Reuben Morgan, Scott Ligertwood / Joel Houston, Marty Sampson Jad Gillies 7:41
2. "Like An Avalanche"   Dylan Thomas, Joel Houston Hayley Law 6:22
3. "Rhythms of Grace"   Chris Davenport, Dean Ussher Jad Gillies 6:22
4. "Oh You Bring"   Matt Crocker Matt Crocker 6:24
5. "The Stand"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 4:54
6. "From the Inside Out"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 5:18
7. "A Song to Sing..."   Jad Gillies, Joel Houston Joel Houston 2:48
8. "With Everything"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 10:53
9. "Your Name High"   Joel Houston Jonathon Douglass 4:13
10. "Take It All"   Marty Sampson, Matt Crocker, Scott Ligertwood Jonathon Douglass 4:11
11. "Yours Forever"   Joel Davies, Braden Lang Jonathon Douglass 4:08
12. "Take Heart"   Joel Houston Joel Houston 8:07

Track listing (DVD/Blu-Ray)[edit]

  1. "Go"
  2. "Break Free"
  3. "You"
  4. "Search My Heart"
  5. "Mighty To Save"
  6. "Hosanna"
  7. "All I Need Is You"
  8. "Bones"
  9. "Nova"
  10. "Aftermath"
  11. "Freedom Is Here/Shout Unto God"
  12. "Like An Avalanche"
  13. "Rhythms Of Grace"
  14. "Oh You Bring"
  15. "The Stand"
  16. "From The Inside Out"
  17. "A Song To Sing..."
  18. "With Everything"
  19. "Your Name High"
  20. "Take It All"
  21. "Yours Forever"
  22. "Take Heart"

Bonus Features[edit]

  1. "In The Aftermath"

Other songs played[edit]

The song "Rise" found in the God Is Able album was played during the concert. Nevertheless, it was not included in the album.


Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Jad Gillies, Jonathon Douglass, Hayley Law, Jill McCloghry, Dylan Thomas
Electric guitars
Timon Klein, Dylan Thomas, Jad Gillies, Joel Houston
Acoustic guitars
Jad Gillies, Joel Houston, Dylan Thomas
Adam Crosariol
Simon Kobler
Peter James
Additional drums and percussion
Matt Crocker, Jonathon Douglass (Tambourine), Joel Houston (on "Go"), Dylan Thomas (on "From the Inside Out")
Jonathon Douglass, Joel Houston, Jill McCloghry, Dylan Thomas.
iPad synthesizer
Matt Crocker (on "Bones" and the DVD's introduction video)


Singles chart
Year Song Peak Chart Position
US Christian Songs (Billboard)[3]
2012 "Like An Avalanche" 41

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
Move by Third Day
Billboard Christian Albums number-one album
3 March 2012 – 10 March 2012
Succeeded by
Come to the Well by Casting Crowns


  1. ^ "Live in Miami - Hillsong Music". us.hillsongmusic.com. Retrieved 2012-02-13. 
  2. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography Hillsong". Australian Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Hillsong United Album & Song Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 3 December 2012.