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Greatest Hits (dc Talk album)

Greatest Hits
DC Talk
Released June 26, 2007
Recorded 1992 - 2000
Genre Christian rock
Christian hip hop
Alternative rock
Pop rock
Length 76:53
Label ForeFront
Producer Various
DC Talk chronology

Jesus Freak: 10th Anniversary Special Edition
Greatest Hits
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Jesus Freak Hideout 4/5 stars [1]

Greatest Hits is a compilation album from DC Talk that include most of their chart-topping radio singles and fan favorites spanning the course of their career. The album is basically a re-release of their previous greatest hits album, Intermission: the Greatest Hits, but with the addition of "Godsend" and "Red Letters", and the subtraction of "Chance", "Sugar Coat It", "I Wish We'd All Been Ready", and the Mr. & Mrs. Morgan acts.

Track listing

  1. "Jesus Freak" - 4:51
  2. "Say The Words (Now)[Remix]" - 4:41
  3. "Colored People" - 4:25
  4. "Jesus Is Just Alright" - 4:20
  5. "Between You and Me" - 5:01
  6. "Mind's Eye" - 5:07
  7. "Consume Me" - 4:52
  8. "My Will" - 5:25
  9. "In the Light" - 4:56
  10. "Socially Acceptable" - 4:47
  11. "Luv Is A Verb" - 4:00
  12. "Supernatural" - 3:55
  13. "The Hardway" - 5:17
  14. "Godsend" - 4:14
  15. "What If I Stumble?" - 4:56
  16. "Red Letters" - 6:08


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