The Very Best of Jump5

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The Very Best of Jump5
Jump5 Very Best.jpg
Greatest hits album by Jump5
Released March 15, 2005
Recorded 2001-2005
Genre Contemporary Christian, pop, pop rock
Length 40:20
Label Sparrow
Producer Mark Hammond
Jump5 chronology
Dreaming in Color
(2004)
The Very Best of Jump5
(2005)
Shining Star
(2005)

The Very Best of Jump5 is a greatest hits compilation album by Christian pop group Jump5. It includes nine previous releases, including "Beauty and the Beast" which had previously only appeared on the first Disneymania album. It also contains three new songs, including a cover of Michael W. Smith's "Friends." A limited edition version was also released, which included the "Jump5 Video Director" computer game. This was the last release by Jump5 while they were still signed to Sparrow Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Spinnin' Around" Mark Hammond, Grant Cunningham, Stephanie Lewis 3:39
2. "Throw Your Hands Up" Mark Pennells, Zarc Porter 3:13
3. "Don't Run Away" Kevan Cyka, Dan Needham 3:32
4. "Beauty and the Beast" Howard Ashman, Alan Menken 3:27
5. "Beautiful to Me" Ian Eskelin, Barry Weeks 2:52
6. "All I Can Do" Billy Chapin, Chris Omartian, Linda Elias 3:11
7. "God Bless the USA" Lee Greenwood 3:20
8. "Do Ya" Michelle Tumes 3:09
9. "We Are Family" Bernard Edwards, Nile Rodgers 3:39
10. "Dance with Me" Billy Chapin, Linda Elias, Chris Omartian 2:44
11. "It's a Beautiful World" Antonina Amato, Rob Cavallo, Tim James 3:38
12. "Friends" Deborah D. Smith, Michael W. Smith 3:45
  • The versions of "Do Ya" and "Dance with Me" that appear here are slightly different than they appeared on their original releases.
Jump5 Video Director
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Cover art of Jump5 Video Director
Publisher(s) Sparrow Corporation
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release November, 2004
Genre(s) Simulation
Mode(s) Single-player

Jump5 Video Director[edit]

Jump5 Video Director was a computer game released as a CD-ROM in November 2004. It was also included with copies of The Very Best of Jump5 in 2005. The game allowed the player to create a live Jump5 performance by synchronizing choreography and selecting stage elements and camera angles.