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Here are our Top Ten bestselling CDs!

The ten CDs below are the best sellers at Illuminate over the last six months! We usually have copies of each of these available but do ring a check first if you are coming into the shop especially. We can also order a copy for you and usually get books within one or two days.

1.Glorious Ruins

The latest release from Hillsong Live, Glorious Ruins, is definitely worth checking out. It is not Cornerstone, which was a truly fresh offering from the Australia-based worship team, very reminiscent of their “old-time” recordings, with each song being very intentional about keeping Christ front and center.

£12.99

3. Zion

By Hillsong United

HMACD275

£12.99

Live worship

Disc: 1
1. Relentless – Matt Crocker
2. Up in Arms – Joel Houston
3. Scandal of Grace – Matt Crocker
4. Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) – Taya Smith
5. Stay and Wait – Joel Houston
6. Mercy Mercy – Matt Crocker
7. Love Is War – Jad Gillies
8. Nothing Like Your Love – Jad Gillies
9. Zion (Interlude) – Various Artists
10. Heartbeats – Matt Crocker
Disc: 2
1. Welcome to Zion – Hillsong United
2. Arise – Hillsong United
3. Mountain – Hillsong United
4. Mercy Mercy (Reloaded) – Hillsong United
5. Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) (Reloaded) – Hillsong United
6. Stay and Wait (Reloaded) – Hillsong United

8. The Best Instrumental Worship Album… Ever!

By Various Artists – ISBN KMCD3119 £16.99
Following in the footsteps of the massively successful ‘Best Worship… Ever!’ series comes a great new release form Kingsway: ‘The Best Instrumental Worship Album…Ever!’ Featuring three CDs rammed full of absolute essentials, these fifty songs present the best that modern worship has to offer. With beautiful instrumental arrangements the album covers plenty of ground, Continue reading

9. Miracle

By Third Day – ISBN 083061094621 – £9.99

There comes a time in every artist’s career where they need to re-imagine, re-invigorate, and dream it all over again. For Third Day, that time was in the autumn of 2011.

Their touring was never better, their album Move was successful, the fans were super-engaged, yet they felt it was time to shake things up. As they prepared to write and record their next album, Miracle, the band hired legendary producer Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, The Fray, Train) to help them forge a new sound. From the opening track, Hit Me Like A Bomb, it is clear that Third Day mean business when they say they want to bring something new to the table.