#12
Act the Scat

Denver & The Mile High Orchestra
Lion of Zion

Arguably the most fun album of the year. Think big band. Think swing. Think, "If Frank Sinatra or Harry Connick Jr. were a Christian … " Well, you'd get something like this!

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#11
Superstars">Karaoke Superstars

Superchic[k]
Inpop

This gets the other argument for the year's funnest album. Superchic[k], founded by Church of Rhythm's Max Hsu, has a great message for teen girls struggling with self-esteem: God don't make mistakes, and he thinks you're beautiful!

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#10
Worship

Michael W. Smith
Reunion

This CD released on September 11 with a message for a nation gripped with fear: God is still in control and worthy of praise. People who attended the live taping for Worship say it was one of the most spiritually moving times of their lives, and the CD captures that spirit very well.

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#9
In the Company of Angels

Caedmon's Call
Essential

Before they were famous, Caedmon's was leading worship services at its home church in Houston. And they still do. So it's fitting that they would do a worship album, and this one's better than most.

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#8
The Last Street Preacha

T-Bone
Flicker

What makes T-Bone's rap music vital is its ability to reach kids on the streets — where he was before finding Christ. He uses street language-such as pimpin' and crack houses — that's, frankly, sometimes disturbing. But the lyrics are also jam-packed with the life-saving message of the gospel. One of the most socially relevant albums of the year.

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#7
Declaration

Steven Curtis Chapman
Sparrow

What do you expect from a guy who brings ...

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