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This review is from: WOW #1s (DVD)
Clarification: This DVD is actually for 21 music videos, amazon got the image above from the CD which contains 31 songs. No biggie. Because it is the #1 collection, you get the very mainstream contempory christian music as opposed to WOW annual "Hits" DVD's where there is more of a variety of music stypes (gospel to head-banging rock). The DVD was released a few years ago, so get music from the early 00's to about 10 years back. There are such old-school classics as DC-Talk's "JF", to Audio Adreniline "Big House". DC-Talks "JF" is much darker than I expected. The variety of music video styles is a nice mix between what I would classify 1) theatrical productions 2)concert venues and 3) studio performances. My favorite is ofcourse the theatrical ones because they provide more insight to meaning of the music for the artists. The other are still nice to be able to put a face to the voices heard on the radio and CD's as well as see the non-verbal expressions of the artists emphasing their passion and feelings during certain moments in their songs. While the sound clarity was perfect, I still wish the DVD had a subtitles track, also I'd love some more extras like pop-up triva (or Bible references), and I'd love some interviews with the artists. 21 songs is still well worth the money. Perfect for college youth groups, older teenagers, and 30-somethings at heart.
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Initial post: Feb 9, 2008 6:24:59 PM PST
Robert Jordan says:
Thanks for pointing that out! I was about to make a purchase for my wife and was wondering why there were two listings for the same CD.
Posted on Sep 27, 2012 8:14:24 AM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
Would you tell me if there are Sixpence NTR and Skillet's old house videos?
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