No Other Name

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No Other Name
Live album by
Released27 June 2014
RecordedFebruary–July 2014
VenueAllphones Arena, Sydney
GenreContemporary worship music
LabelCapitol, Hillsong, Sparrow.
ProducerMichael Guy Chislett
Hillsong Worship chronology
Glorious Ruins
No Other Name
Open Heaven / River Wild
Singles from No Other Name
  1. "Calvary"
    Released: 3 April 2014
  2. "No Other Name"
    Released: 11 July 2014[1]

No Other Name is the 23rd worship album by Hillsong released on 27 June 2014 in Australia and New Zealand and released on 1 July 2014 worldwide.[citation needed] This live album is named after the 2014 Hillsong Conference.[2] The recording team for this album includes Reuben Morgan, Ben Fielding, Annie Garratt, Jad Gillies, David Ware, Jay Cook, Joel Houston, Matt Crocker, Taya Smith, Hannah Hobbs and Marty Sampson, among others.[3]

The album peaked at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart[4] and has since been certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association for sales exceeding 35,000 copies.[5] In the United States, the album has sold 61,000 copies as of September 2015.[6] Both "This I Believe (The Creed)" and "Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)" have charted into the Christian sect of iTunes top 40. Although "This I Believe (The Creed)" wasn't released as a single, it has received radio airplay.


On February, Hillsong Worship through their page announced that they are working and recording a new album to be released for July 2014, and some of those songs include "This I Believe" and "Calvary".[7][8][9]

In March they announced that they are working on the cover of the new album, joking that they didn't even know the name of it at all.[10]

On 3 April, they released the album's first single, a song titled "Calvary" as an Easter single.[11] Then, on 23 April, Cass Langton of Hillsong Church, posted a blog on Hillsong Collected, in which she talks about the new recording, announcing that Michael Chislett was producing the album. Meanwhile, Jay Argaet shot the new album cover on 23 April in Times Square, NYC.[12]

On 5 May, they revealed the album name by posting the cover artwork of the album, which is a picture Times Square screens showing the text, "No Other Name, Jesus".[13][14][15]

On 27 June, the album was released to Australia and New Zealand.[citation needed]


The album recording started on February.[citation needed] While, the live DVD has been recorded at the Allphones Arena on Hillsong Conference 2014.[7][12][12]

Awards and accolades[edit]

This album was No. 2 on the Worship Leader's Top 20 Albums of 2014 list.[16]

The song, "This I Believe (The Creed)", was No. 2 on the Worship Leader's Top 20 Songs of 2014 list.[17]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition[18]
No.TitleWriter(s)Worship leader[19]Length
1."This I Believe (The Creed)"Matt Crocker, Ben FieldingMatt Crocker6:41
2."Heaven and Earth"Fielding, Sam KnockDavid Ware5:02
3."Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)"Joel Houston, Jonas MyrinTaya Smith9:28
4."No Other Name"Houston, Myrin
  • Joel Houston
  • Jad Gillies
5."Depths"Brooke Fraser, Marty SampsonMarty Sampson6:17
6."Calvary"Reuben Morgan, Myrin, Mrs. Walter G. TaylorReuben Morgan4:13
7."Thank You Jesus"Crocker, Hannah HobbsHannah Hobbs5:50
8."All Things New"Fielding, Dean UssherBen Fielding4:11
9."My Story"Morgan, Jarrad RogersReuben Morgan4:59
10."Our Father"Fraser, Scott Ligertwood, MyrinAnnie Garratt4:42
11."Mountain"Crocker, HoustonJad Gillies6:47
Digital deluxe edition[20]
12."Pioneer Again" (Brian Houston Message)27:45
13."Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)" (Alternate Version)5:10
14."Calvary" (Alternate Version)3:48
15."This I Believe (The Creed)" (Alternate Version)4:59
16."All Things New" (Alternate Version)3:41
17."Thank You Jesus" (Alternate Version)5:34
18."No Other Name" (Radio Version)3:57
1."Heaven and Earth"4:55
2."Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)"7:42
3."No Other Name"7:02
4."My Story"4:19
5."Thank You Jesus"6:25
7."This I Believe (The Creed)"6:34
8."All Things New"5:07
9."Our Father"4:47
12."No Other Name" (Message from Brian Houston)47:00
13."Behind The Scenes - Studios 301"1:30
14."This I Believe (The Creed)" (Song Story)4:06
15."Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)" (by Hillsong United)8:08
16."Alive" (by Hillsong Young & Free)4:45
17."Sinking Deep" (by Hillsong Young & Free)7:15
18."Victory" (Music Video by Hillsong College)5:08


"Calvary" was the first single and was released on 3 April 2014 on their website. An acoustic, pre-release version of the song, sung by Reuben Morgan, was made available for free download.

"No Other Name" was released on 11 July 2014 on Christian FM stations.[citation needed]

Chart positions and reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Louder Than the Music5/5 stars[22]


Chart (2014) Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[23] 2
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[24] 123
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[25] 24
Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[26] 13
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[27] 26
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[28] 8
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[29] 6
UK Albums (OCC)[30] 53
UK Christian & Gospel Albums (OCC)[31] 1
UK Independent Albums (OCC)[32] 8
US Billboard 200[33] 13
US Christian Albums (Billboard)[34] 1


Chart (2014) Position
Australian Albums Chart[35] 50


Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[5] Gold 35,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone


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