WOW Hits 2011

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WOW Hits 2011
Various Artists - Wow Hits 2011.jpg
Compilation album by Various artists
Released October 5, 2010
Genre Contemporary Christian music
Length 1:55:24
Label Word Entertainment
WOW Hits compilation albums chronology
WOW Hits 2010
WOW Hits 2011
WOW Hits 2012

WOW Hits 2011 is a two-disc compilation album composed of some of the biggest hits on Christian radio in 2010. Disc one features more AC radio hits, while disc two features the CHR/Rock radio hits.[1] The album was also issued in a deluxe version featuring six bonus remixes.

The album hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart in 2010, and peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard 200 chart.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Writer(s) Artist Length
1. "Until the Whole World Hears" Roger Glidewell, Mark Hall, Bernie Herms, Jason McArthur Casting Crowns (Until the Whole World Hears) 5:03
2. "Our God" (Radio Version) Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin Chris Tomlin (And If Our God Is for Us...) 4:35
3. "What Faith Can Do" Scotty Davis, Scott Krippaehne Kutless (It Is Well) 3:53
4. "The Greatness of Our God" Jason Ingram, Reuben Morgan, Stuart Garrard Natalie Grant (Love Revolution) 4:05
5. "Healing Hand of God" Jeremy Camp Jeremy Camp (Speaking Louder Than Before) 4:24
6. "Hold Us Together" Matt Maher Matt Maher (Alive Again) 3:27
7. "Love Never Fails" Brandon Heath, Chad Cates Brandon Heath (What If We) 3:05
8. "My Own Little World" Matthew West Matthew West (The Story of Your Life) 4:12
9. "The Words I Would Say" David Fray, Ben McDonald, Sam Mizell Sidewalk Prophets (These Simple Truths) 3:19
10. "Heaven Is the Face" Steven Curtis Chapman Steven Curtis Chapman (Beauty Will Rise) 3:42
11. "Better Than a Hallelujah" Chapin Hartford Amy Grant (Somewhere Down the Road) 3:40
12. "Before the Morning" Ben Glover Josh Wilson (Life is Not a Snapshot) 4:10
13. "Love Has Come" Mark Schultz, Brown Bannister, Matthew West, Sam Mizell Mark Schultz (Come Alive) 5:18
14. "You Found Me" Jason Weave, Michael Weave, David Gillette Big Daddy Weave (What Life Would Be Like) 4:40
15. "My Help Comes from the Lord" (Bonus Track) Tony Wood, Jon Abel, Bryan Brown, Barry Weeks The Museum (Let Love Win) 3:34
Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Artist Length
1. "Get Back Up" Toby McKeehan, Cary Barlowe, Jaime Moore, Aaron Rice tobyMac (Tonight) 3:15
2. "Beautiful Beautiful" Ian Eskelin, Francesca Battistelli, Andrew Fromm Francesca Battistelli (My Paper Heart) 3:16
3. "Born Again" (featuring Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf) Mac Powell, Mark Lee, David Carr, Brad Avery, Samuel Anderson Third Day (Revelation) 3:36
4. "Lay 'Em Down" William Rinehart, Nathaniel Rinehart NEEDTOBREATHE (The Outsiders) 3:08
5. "Healing Begins" Jason Ingram, Jeff Owen, Mike Donehey Tenth Avenue North (The Light Meets the Dark) 3:56
6. "Born Again" Michael Tait, Wes Campbell, Seth Mosley, Juan Otero Newsboys (Born Again) 3:09
7. "Hero" John Cooper, Korey Cooper Skillet (Awake) 3:06
8. "Walk On the Water" Josh Crosby, Britt Nicole, Dan Muckala Britt Nicole (The Lost Get Found) 3:39
9. "Let the Waters Rise" Sam Tinnesz, Ben Glover, Mike Grayson MIKESCHAIR (MIKESCHAIR) 3:53
10. "Forgiven" Matt Hammitt, Chris Rohman, Mark Graalman, Peter Prevost, Dan Gartley Sanctus Real (Pieces of a Real Heart) 3:34
11. "Your Love Is a Song" Jon Foreman, Mike Elizondo Switchfoot (Hello Hurricane) 4:20
12. "Follow You" (featuring Brandon Heath) Jack Anthony Mooring, Ed Cash, Leeland Dayton Mooring Leeland (Love Is on the Move) 4:21
13. "More Beautiful You" Kate York, Jonny Diaz Jonny Diaz (More Beautiful You) 3:50
14. "Starry Night" (Bonus Track) Chris August, Ed Cash Chris August (No Far Away) 3:23
15. "No Matter What" (Bonus Track) Chuck Butler, Tony Wood, Kerrie Roberts Kerrie Roberts (Kerrie Roberts) 3:47


Remixes are exclusive to this album.


Chart (2010) Peak
US Billboard 200[3] 26
US Christian Albums (Billboard)[4] 1


  1. ^ WOW Hits 2011 at EMI CMG Distribution
  2. ^ WOW Hits 2011 at Billboard. Retrieved 2011-02-05.
  3. ^ "Billboard 200". Billboard. October 30, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Christian Albums". Billboard. October 23, 2010. 

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