In 2000, DC Talk hosted a show titled Intermission: A Decade of DC Talk. A compilation album titled Intermission: The Greatest Hits was then released, containing many of their previously recorded songs either remixed or in their original formats. Two new songs, Chance and Sugar Coat It , were recorded for the album. Intermission reached #81 on the Billboard 200.
For a Christian band to sell over five million records is a lofty statement; throw in numerous Grammy, Dove, and Billboard awards as well as 14 number one hits and the reason why it was time for a greatest-hits package from DC Talk becomes clear. Concerning collections, Intermission is a gem, drawing from four studio albums and one compilation, with room for two previously unreleased tracks. Highlights from 1994's Free at Last include the rap-laced Doobie Brothers cover Jesus Is Just Alright and Luv Is a Verb. From the multi-platinum Jesus Freak, DC Talk includes the title track, Just Between You and Me, and Minds Eye, among others. Also included on Intermission is the cut My Will from the wra" Read more