WOW Hits 2009

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WOW Hits 2009
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released October 7, 2008
Genre Christian music
Label Word Entertainment
Producer Various
Various Artists chronology
WOW Hits 1 WOW Hits 2009 WOW Hits 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1][2]

WOW Hits 2009 is a two-disc compilation album composed of some of the biggest hits on Christian radio during the previous year. Disc one features more of the adult contemporary hits, while disc two features the CHR–pop and rock hits.

The album reached number 1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart in 2008, and also #31 on the Billboard 200 chart.[1] It was certified as gold on 20 January 2009 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and then went platinum on 30 April 2010.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Artist (Album) Length
1. "Every Man"   Mark Hall, Bernie Herms, Nichole Nordeman Casting Crowns (The Altar and the Door) 4:47
2. "God With Us"   Bart Millard, James Bryson, Nathan Cochran, Barry Graul, Michael Scheuchzer, Robin Shaffer MercyMe (All That Is Within Me) 5:50
3. "Call My Name"   Mac Powell, Tai Anderson, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee Third Day (Revelation) 4:03
4. "Jesus Messiah"   Danielle Carson, Jesse Reeves, Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash Chris Tomlin (Hello Love) 4:48
5. "Let It Fade"   Jeremy Camp, Adam Watts Jeremy Camp (Beyond Measure) 3:44
6. "You Are Everything"   Matthew West, Sam Mizell Matthew West (Something to Say) 3:51
7. "Cinderella"   Steven Curtis Chapman Steven Curtis Chapman (This Moment) 4:25
8. "How You Live (Turn Up the Music)"   Cindy Morgan Point of Grace (How You Live) 4:27
9. "Mighty to Save" (Live) Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding Michael W. Smith (A New Hallelujah) 7:40
10. "All Because of Jesus"   Steve Fee Fee (We Shine) 4:58
11. "Set the World On Fire"   Britt Nicole, Jason Ingram, Cindy Morgan Britt Nicole (Say It) 3:38
12. "Your Grace Is Enough"   Matt Maher, Chris Tomlin Matt Maher (Empty & Beautiful) 4:25
13. "Song of Hope (Heaven Come Down)"   Robbie Seay, Daniel Hamilton, Chase Jenkins, Taylor Johnson, Ryan Owens, Tedd Tjornhom Robbie Seay Band (Give Yourself Away) 5:27
14. "In Better Hands"   Jim Daddario, Thom Hardwell, Catt Gravitt Natalie Grant (Relentless) 3:38
15. "Sound of Your Name" (Bonus Track) Michael Watson Above the Golden State (Above the Golden State) 3:26
Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Artist (Album) Length
1. "Everything Glorious"   David Crowder David Crowder*Band (Remedy) 3:46
2. "This Is Home"   Jon Foreman, Andrew Dodd, Adam Watts Switchfoot (The Best Yet) 3:54
3. "Friend Like That"   Daniel Biro, Jason Dunn, Trevor McNevan Hawk Nelson (Hawk Nelson Is My Friend) 2:48
4. "The Best Thing"   Matthew Thiessen Relient K (Five Score and Seven Years Ago) 3:27
5. "Love Is Here"   Mike Donehey, Jason Ingram, Jason Jamison, Phillip LaRue, Andrew Middleton Tenth Avenue North (Over and Underneath) 4:00
6. "Washed By the Water"   Bear Rinehart, Bo Rinehart NEEDTOBREATHE (The Heat) 3:27
7. "Give Me Your Eyes"   Brandon Heath, Jason Ingram Brandon Heath (What If We) 3:52
8. "I'm Letting Go"   Francesca Battistelli, Ian Eskelin, Tony Wood Francesca Battistelli (My Paper Heart) 2:53
9. "Lose My Soul" (featuring Kirk Franklin & Mandisa) Toby McKeehan, Michael Ripoll, Christopher Stevens tobyMac (Portable Sounds) 4:15
10. "Jesus Loves You"   Adam Agee, Ian Eskelin Stellar Kart (Expect the Impossible) 3:07
11. "Count Me In"   Leeland Mooring, Jack Mooring, William Holtz, Michael W. Smith Leeland (Opposite Way) 3:58
12. "Unbreakable"   Justin Cox, Rob Hawkins, Down Michele, Philip Shorb, Glenn Drennen, Wendy Drennen Fireflight (Unbreakable) 3:20
13. "Already Over"   Jasen Rauch, Rob Graves, Jason McArthur Red (End of Silence) 4:23
14. "All Along" (Bonus Track) Jason Ingram, Phillip LaRue Remedy Drive (Daylight Is Coming) 3:07
15. "Sleeping In" (Bonus Track) Joshua Pearson, AJ Cheek, Steve Wilson Nevertheless (In the Making...) 3:55

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b review at Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-03-08.
  2. ^ review at Christian Music Today
  3. ^ RIAA official site. Retrieved 2010-10-19.

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