WOW The 90s

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WoW The 90s
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released July 20, 1999
Genre CCM
Label Provident Label Group
Producer various
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1][2]

WOW The 90s is part of the WOW series.

All of the songs in this collection were contemporary Christian music hits during the decade of the 1990s. An album titled: WOW Classics was planned for release in May 1998. It had been intended to include the 30 biggest hits in Christian music from 1990-1995, but was never issued.[3] Marketing and distribution responsibilities for this title in the WOW Hits series were relegated to Word Entertainment. In 1999 WOW The 90s reached #84 on the Billboard 200 chart, and #2 on the Top Contemporary Christian album chart.[1][4]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

  1. Keep the Candle Burning - Point of Grace
  2. Awesome God - Rich Mullins
  3. People Get Ready - Crystal Lewis
  4. The Great Adventure - Steven Curtis Chapman
  5. That's What Love Is For - Amy Grant
  6. Place in This World - Michael W. Smith
  7. On My Knees - Jaci Velasquez
  8. My Will - dc Talk
  9. God Is in Control - Twila Paris
  10. Another Time, Another Place - Sandi Patti, Wayne Watson
  11. Basics of Life - 4HIM
  12. In Christ Alone - Michael English
  13. Deep Enough to Dream - Chris Rice
  14. Adonai - Avalon
  15. Serve the Lord - Carman

Disc two[edit]

  1. Under the Influence - Anointed
  2. Shine - Newsboys
  3. Jesus Freak - dc Talk
  4. God So Loved - Jaci Velasquez
  5. I Surrender All - Clay Crosse
  6. I Will Be Here - Steven Curtis Chapman
  7. Sometimes By Step - Rich Mullins
  8. The Great Divide - Point of Grace
  9. When God's People Pray - Wayne Watson
  10. I Will Be Here for You - Michael W. Smith
  11. Where There Is Faith - 4HIM
  12. Everything Changes - Kathy Troccoli
  13. Liquid - Jars of Clay
  14. Lover of My Soul - Amy Grant
  15. Crucified With Christ - Phillips, Craig & Dean

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b review at Allmusic. Retrieved on 22 February 2009.
  2. ^ review at The Phantom Tollbooth. Retrieved on 9 March 2009.
  3. ^ WOW Hits 1998 liner notes.
  4. ^ Chart success at Billboard magazine. Retrieved on 21 March 2007.

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