Since I've added Steve Camp to my library, I have to go back a few years to when I was seeing my first counselor as an adult. The man was someone who I could very much handle because I grew up in one of those extremely conservative churches that reign 'fire and brimstone' and very much 'no nonsense' with how the gospel was portrayed. I appreciated him for that. Steve Camp's music rather falls under the same methods with the way he writes his music.
By all means, I'm not tossing a judging finger at anyone, because that's God's business. Compared to the rest of his tunes, this is much more of a 'holy-revival' kind of worship music. That's the reason I'm giving this four out of five. He nailed the songs out of the park, however I feel his strength of music comes in the 'no-holds-barred' kind of 'in-your-face' lyrics that get you thinking.
The album for sure is a must listen. Younger audiences will probably pick up the familiar Wonderful, Merciful Savior tune, which was re-done by Selah in a haunting beautiful manner from their 2003 album Press On. I only wish the WoW Hits albums would've been released sooner, because the late 80s and early 90s would've given secular music a run for their money,....
- Audio CD (October 25, 1994)
- Original Release Date: October 25, 1994
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Word Entertainment
- ASIN: B000002MVJ
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
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