WOW 1997

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WOW 1997
Compilation album by various artists
Released October 29, 1996
Genre Contemporary Christian music
Label Sparrow Records /
EMI Christian Music Group
Producer Various
various artists chronology
WOW 1996 '''WOW 1997''' WOW 1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

WOW 1997 is a compilation album of 30 Contemporary Christian music hits that was released on October 29, 1996. It charted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Contemporary Christian chart in 1996, and at No. 2 in 1997. The album reached number 71 in 1996 on the Billboard 200 chart.[1] It was certified as platinum in 1997 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Lord of the Dance" – Steven Curtis Chapman
  2. "Between You and Me" – dc Talk
  3. "All Kinds of People" – Susan Ashton
  4. "Love Song for a Savior" – Jars of Clay
  5. "Melodies from Heaven" – Kirk Franklin & the Family
  6. "I'll Lead You Home" – Michael W. Smith
  7. "Keep the Candle Burning" – Point of Grace
  8. "Love's Been Following You" – Twila Paris
  9. "The Message" – 4Him
  10. "Every Time" – CeCe Winans
  11. "Take Me to Your Leader" – Newsboys
  12. "Under the Influence" – Anointed
  13. "Man After Your Own Heart" – Gary Chapman
  14. "Listen" – Cindy Morgan
  15. "God" – Rebecca St. James

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Right Place" – Petra
  2. "Anything" – PFR
  3. "Nothing at All" – Third Day
  4. "Walk on Water" – Audio Adrenaline
  5. "R.I.O.T." – Carman
  6. "More than Gold" – Geoff Moore & the Distance
  7. "True Devotion" – Margaret Becker
  8. "Time to Believe" – Clay Crosse
  9. "Sing Your Praise To The Lord" – Rich Mullins
  10. "Mercy Came Running" – Phillips, Craig & Dean
  11. "After This Day Is Gone" – Bryan Duncan
  12. "After the Rain" – Aaron Jeoffrey
  13. "I Know You Know" – Sierra
  14. "Through It All" – Wayne Watson
  15. "One Drop of Blood" – Ray Boltz

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b review at Allmusic. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.
  2. ^ RIAA official site. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.

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