WOW Gold

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WoW Gold
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released June 20, 2000
Genre CCM
Label Brentwood
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 5/5 stars[1][2]

WOW Gold was released in 2000 and is part of the WOW series.

It was a landmark two-album collection of thirty contemporary Christian music hits ranging from the 1960s to the time it was released. Marketing and distribution responsibilities for this title in the WOW series was relegated to Brentwood Records, part of the Provident Label Group. The compilation reached No. 111 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2000, and No. 3 on the Top Contemporary Christian album chart.[1][3] Album sales were certified as gold in the US in 2000 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[4]

Track listings and artists[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. Flood - Jars of Clay
  2. I'm Not Ashamed - Newsboys
  3. Testify to Love - Avalon
  4. Stomp - Kirk Franklin
  5. What if I Stumble? - DC Talk
  6. God - Rebecca St. James
  7. I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever - Delirious?
  8. Awesome God - Rich Mullins
  9. You Put This Love In My Heart - Keith Green
  10. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music? - Larry Norman
  11. To Hell With the Devil - Stryper
  12. Beyond Belief - Petra
  13. The Call - Anointed
  14. The Champion - Carman
  15. We Will Stand - Russ Taff

Disc two[edit]

  1. For the Sake of the Call - Steven Curtis Chapman
  2. He Is Exalted - Twila Paris
  3. Thy Word - Amy Grant
  4. Butterfly Kisses - Bob Carlisle
  5. Basics of Life - 4Him
  6. Love Takes Time - Bryan Duncan
  7. Friends - Michael W. Smith
  8. Easter Song - 2nd Chapter of Acts
  9. Love Broke Thru - Phil Keaggy
  10. Rise Again - Dallas Holm & Praise
  11. We Shall Behold Him (live) - Sandi Patty
  12. Praise the Lord - The Imperials
  13. My Tribute - Andrae Crouch & The Disciples
  14. Undivided - First Call
  15. Thank You - Ray Boltz

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b review at Allmusic. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.
  2. ^ review at The Phantom Tollbooth. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.
  3. ^ Chart success at Billboard magazine. Retrieved on March 21, 2007.
  4. ^ RIAA official site. Retrieved on February 22, 2009.