WOW Hits 2012

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WOW Hits 2012
Compilation album by Various artists
Released September 27, 2011
Genre Christian music
Length 2:04:20
2:27:04 (Deluxe Edition)
Label Provident Label Group
Various artists chronology
WOW Hits 2011 WOW Hits 2012 WOW Hits 2013

WOW Hits 2012 is a two-disc compilation album composed of some of the biggest hits on Christian radio in 2011. This disc features 33 songs (39 on the deluxe edition). As of September 27, 2011, the "WOW" series, of which this release is a part, has sold 17 million copies.[1]

The album reached No. 2 on the Billboard Christian Album chart[citation needed] and No. 35 on the Billboard 200.[citation needed] As of June 2012, the album has sold 284,000 copies.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Artist (Album) Length
1. "Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)"   Mark Hall, Michael Bleecker Casting Crowns (Until the Whole World Hears) 4:41
2. "I Will Follow"   Jason Ingram, Reuben Morgan, Chris Tomlin Chris Tomlin (And If Our God Is for Us...) 3:38
3. "This Is the Stuff"   Francesca Battistelli, Tony Wood, Ian Eskelin Francesca Battistelli (Hundred More Years) 3:04
4. "Starry Night"   Chris August, Ed Cash Chris August (No Far Away) 3:23
5. "Lead Me"   Matt Hammitt, Jason Ingram, Christopher Rohman Sanctus Real (Pieces of a Real Heart) 3:47
6. "Beautiful"   Brown Bannister, Dan Muckala, Nathan Cochran, Mike Scheuchzer, Jim Bryson, Robby Shaffer, Barry Graul, Bart Millard MercyMe (The Generous Mr. Lovewell) 4:21
7. "Your Love"   Brandon Heath, Jason Ingram Brandon Heath (Leaving Eden) 3:35
8. "Stronger"   David Garcia, Ben Glover, Christopher Stevens Mandisa (What If We Were Real) 3:34
9. "I Refuse"   Josh Wilson, Ben Glover Josh Wilson (See You) 3:38
10. "Jesus Saves"   Tim Hughes, Nick Herbert Jeremy Camp (We Cry Out) 3:46
11. "Strong Enough"   Matthew West Matthew West (The Story of Your Life) 4:03
12. "You Love Me Anyway"   David Frey, Ben McDonald, Mark DeLavergne Sidewalk Prophets (These Simple Truths) 3:52
13. "Christ Is Risen"   Matt Maher, Mia Fields Matt Maher (Alive Again) 3:43
14. "Your Great Name"   Krissy Nordhoff, Michael Neale Natalie Grant (Love Revolution) 4:20
15. "Love Has Come"   Mark Schultz, Brown Bannister, Matthew West, Sam Mizell Mark Schultz (Come Alive) 4:53
16. "Jesus I Am Resting" (Bonus Track) David B. Hampton Tricia Brock (The Road) 3:23
17. "What Was I Fighting For" (Bonus Track) Patrick Ryan Clark, Ben Glover Patrick Ryan Clark (Where Would I Be) 3:24
Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Artist (Album) Length
1. "Tonight"   Toby McKeehan, Cary Barlowe, Christopher Stevens tobyMac (Tonight) 4:21
2. "Light Up the Sky"   Dan Muckala, Jason Ingram, Josh Havens, Matt Fuqua The Afters (Light Up the Sky) 3:38
3. "Something Beautiful"   William Rinehart, Nathaniel Rinehart NEEDTOBREATHE (The Outsiders) 3:40
4. "Children of God"   Mac Powell, Mark Lee, David Carr, Tai Anderson Third Day (Move) 4:30
5. "You Are More"   Jason Ingram, Mike Donehey Tenth Avenue North (The Light Meets the Dark) 3:38
6. "Hanging On"   Jason Ingram, Andrew Fromm, Britt Nicole Britt Nicole (The Lost Get Found) 3:20
7. "Awake and Alive"   John Cooper, Brian Howes Skillet (Awake) 3:30
8. "SMS (Shine)"   David Crowder, Jack Parker David Crowder*Band (Church Music) 3:43
9. "Reach"   Andrew Fromm, Seth Mosley, Juan Otero Peter Furler (On Fire) 3:48
10. "Faceless"   Rob Graves, Jasen Rauch, Anthony Armstrong, Mark Holman Red (Until We Have Faces) 3:24
11. "Listen to the Sound"   Rob Hawkins, Jason Roy Building 429 (Listen to the Sound) 3:39
12. "Hold Me Together"   Tony Wood, Chuck Butler, Tauren Wells Royal Tailor (Black & White) 3:22
13. "Walking on the Stars"   Andy Anderson, Pablo Villatoro, Jose Manuel Reyes Group 1 Crew (Outta Space Love) 3:56
14. "Suitcases"   Dara Maclean, Ian Eskelin Dara Maclean (You Got My Attention) 3:34
15. "Everything I Need"   Jon Micah Sumrall, Dave Lubben Kutless (It Is Well) 3:02
16. "I Wonder" (Bonus Track) Leeland Dayton Mooring Leeland (The Great Awakening) 4:24

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "EMI CMG Distribution". EMI CMG Distribution. September 27, 2011. Retrieved October 12, 2011. 
  2. ^ Mansfield, Brian (June 6, 2012). "Carrie Underwood blows past 500,000". Idol Chatter (USA Today). Retrieved June 6, 2012. 

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