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Wow: Worship Orange
Genres: Pop, Christian, Gospel
In recent years there have been an increasing number of Christian musicians who have forgone personal expression to be solely devoted to the worship arts. Some are saying that this is nothing short of a worship renaissance... more »
In recent years there have been an increasing number of Christian musicians who have forgone personal expression to be solely devoted to the worship arts. Some are saying that this is nothing short of a worship renaissance aimed toward Christian revival. In the midst of this worldwide awakening, WOW Worship is back with 30 more favorite songs to inspire intimacy with God. This second WOW Worship disc combines the sounds of these worship-faithful artists with some time-tested favorites from the past two decades. Between the '90s storm-tossed "Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble?" and the '80s call-and-response anthem "Victory Chant," all worshippers will recognize at least one of these songs and many will likely recognize all 30 of them. Other highlights include Sonicflood's spiced-up "In the Secret" and Kathryn Scott's "Hungry," live from the London Vineyard. WOW Worship Orange is an unprecedented effort toward joining different worship styles into a unified whole. It is a movement that will surely enrich worship for everyone involved. --Israel Button
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A Great Worship CD
John A. Rice | 08/01/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Though this CD has lots of my favourite songs on it, like Rock of Ages, In the Secret, Better is One Day, and As the Deer, it definately does not meet the expectations of a predecessor to WoW Worship Blue. Though I like any songs that praise Jesus and my God, it does not have the bang that the first one had. Don't get me wrong - it is a great CD to have in your collection - but if you are a newcomer and want a GREAT worship CD, get WoW Worship Blue."
Good, but Disappointing.
Bethany McKinney | Los Angeles, CA | 07/25/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"After hearing some of the clips that Amazon has from this CD, I was very excited to buy it. When I finally got it, however, I was slightly disappointed. The good things are that many of the songs are performed live so they're different from their recorded versions, there is a wide variety of popular worship songs, and the order of the songs is very conducive to worship. It was also the first time I had heard the song Hungry, and it was really powerful. My disappointments with the set were: in Shine Jesus Shine they only repeat the chorus and don't sing the verses, they only sing the first verse of As the Deer, Jesus Lover of My Soul is not the famous hymn of the same name (the one on the CD is still a good song, but I was hoping for the hymn), and towards the end of the second CD it seems like they're cutting down the length of the songs and compromise quality of each song for total quantity of songs on the CD set. I think that the Vineyard's "More Love, More Power" CD set is a better one; but if you can't find that, this one is pretty good."
Powerful Christian music!
Thomas Yan Ong | Azusa, CA | 06/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anyone who loves the Lord Jesus and has a heart of worship will love to add the WOW Worship Orange cd to their music collection. Although a lot of songs in this compilation were new to me, unlike the previous blue worship cd, the songs moved me and I had strong urges to worship God by singing along as each song played. This cd unlike the previous one, has lyrics so in that aspect, it's better. I would also highly recommend the blue WOW Worship cd if you, the reader, don't already have it. I believe the next WOW Worship cd is coming out next year during the month of May, so I'll be anticipating its release."