The Passion of the Christ: Songs

The Passion of the Christ: Songs
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released August 31, 2004
Genre Christian Music
Label Lost Keyword
Various Artists chronology

The Passion of the Christ: Songs Inspired By
The Passion of the Christ: Songs
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Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

The Passion of the Christ: Songs is an album of songs inspired by The Passion of the Christ. It was produced by Mark Joseph and Tim Cook and executive produced by Mel Gibson. It won the 2005 GMA Music Award for Special Event Album of the Year. [2]

Track listing

  1. "I See Love" from Third Day, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Mercyme - 4:11
  2. "Relearn Love" from Scott Stapp, 7 Aurelius, and The Tea Party - 3:59
  3. "Truly Amazing" from P.O.D. - 3:03
  4. "New Again" from Brad Paisley and Sara Evans - 6:22
  5. "Rainy Day" from Big Dismal - 4:21
  6. "The Passion" from Lauryn Hill - 5:47
  7. "How Many Lashes" from Kirk Franklin and Yolanda Adams - 4:26
  8. "The Empire" from MxPx and Mark Hoppus - 3:48
  9. "Finding My Own Way" from Charlotte Church - 4:00
  10. "Miracle of Love" from BeBe Winans and Angie Stone - 3:51
  11. "To Give Love" from Dan Lavery - 3:47
  12. "Reason I Live" from Big Dismal - 3:29


On 2005, the album won a Dove Award for Special Event Album of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards.[3]


External links

  • Official website
Preceded by
!Hero the Rock Opera
GMA's Special Event Album of the Year
Succeeded by
Music Inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
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