Various - WoW 1998 (16 Top Videos) FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP / Rock / Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: WoW 1998 (16 Top Videos)
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WOW 1998: 30 Top Christian Artists & Songs is a double-disc, 30-song collection that functions as a summary of the state of CCM and contemporary gospel in 1997. Boastin a wide array of styles, from the modern pop of Jars of Clay ("Overjoyed") and the Christian rap of DC Talk ("Colored People") to the smooth sounds of Michael W. Smith ("Live the Life"), Rebecca St. James ("Abba (Father)"), Susan Ashton ("You.
WoW 1998 (The Year's 30 Top Christian Artists And Songs) (2xCD, Comp, Club). Word, EMI Christian Music Group, Provident Music Distribution.
I Just named an few artist on this 1998 WOW CD. Every christian or non christian should have this CD in their collection.
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The WOW the Videos series was released annually, in conjunction with the annual CD releases, beginning with WOW 1997-1998 - Top 25 Videos; it consists of DVDs of music videos for the previous year's top Christian music hits. WOW 1997-1998 - Top 25 Videos. WOW Hits: The Videos 1999. "American album certifications – Various – WOW 1998". Recording Industry Association of America. "Canadian album certifications – Various – WOW 1998". "American album certifications – Various – WOW 1999".
WOW 1998 is a compilation album of 30 contemporary Christian music hits which was released on November 4, 1997. WOW 1998 peaked at chart position 52 on the Billboard 200 in 1997, and also at No. 2 on the Top Contemporary Christian album chart. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 1998. It was certified as gold in Canada in 1999 by the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Compilation album by. various artists. It was the fourth single from the band's second album, Much Afraid, and the fourth consecutive No. 1 radio single from the album. An acoustic rendition of the song appears on the band's 2003 double album, Furthermore: From the Studio, From the Stage. This song was also the compilation album WOW 1998.
WOW 1998-97: The Year's Top Christian Music Videos.
This album from Los Angeles underground crew Styles Of Beyond is supremely underrated. Originally released in 1998, it suffered from lack of promotion and several re-releases, which ensured it never really got any spotlight. The album stands heads and shoulders above most other albums released in the late nineties, however. Great synergy between emcees Ryu and Tak, who sound like confident veterans (even though this is their debut). Excellent production, dope sampling, clever rhymes and wordplay – this album is an underground classic.
|1||–Jars Of Clay||Flood|
|2||–dc Talk*||Colored People|
|3||–Rebecca St. James||You're The Voice|
|4||–Geoff Moore and The Distance||I'm Free|
|5||–Steven Curtis Chapman||Let Us Pray|
|6||–Clay Crosse||Saving The World|
|7||–Anointed||Under The Influence|
|8||–Michael W. Smith||Live The Life|
|9||–Jaci Velasquez||On My Knees|
|10||–Bob Carlisle||Butterfly Kisses|
|11||–Crystal Lewis||Beauty For Ashes|
|12||–Point Of Grace||Circle Of Friends|
|13||–Smalltown Poets||Prophet, Priest & King|
|15||–World Wide Message Tribe*||Real Thing|
|16||–Miss Angie||Lift My Eyes|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Christian Music Group, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Christian Music Group, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Word Entertainment, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Word Entertainment, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Provident Music Group
- Copyright (c) – Provident Music Group
- Marketed By – Sparrow Communications Group
- Distributed By – Sparrow Communications Group
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