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DC Talk discography

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DC Talk discography
Studio albums5
Live albums1
Compilation albums10
Music videos14
EPs3
Singles23

The discography of DC Talk, a Christian music band formed in the late 1980s in Lynchburg, Virginia, consists of five studio albums, three extended plays, and twenty-three singles. The group consists of Toby McKeehan, Kevin Max, and Michael Tait. They began as a hip hop group, but in the mid-90s they reinvented themselves as a pop/rock group. In both instances, they found critical and commercial success in both the Christian music industry as well as the general market.

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
200
US 
Christ.
1989 DC Talk 10
1990 Nu Thang
  • Released: 1990
  • Label: ForeFront
  • Format: CD, cassette
5
1992 Free at Last
  • Released: November 1, 1992
  • Label: ForeFront
  • Format: CD, cassette
1
  • RIAA: Platinum[1]
1995 Jesus Freak
  • Released: November 21, 1995
  • Label: ForeFront
  • Format: CD, cassette, vinyl
16 1
1998 Supernatural
  • Released: September 22, 1998
  • Label: ForeFront/Virgin Records
  • Format: CD, cassette, vinyl
4 1
  • RIAA: Platinum[1]

Live albums

Year Title Label(s) Chart positions[3] Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US US
Christ.
1997 Welcome to the Freak Show ForeFront Records 109 3
2020 The Supernatural Experience (Live)[4] ForeFront
2021 Free at Last (Live)[5] ForeFront

Compilation albums

Year Title Label(s) Chart positions[3] Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US
200
US
Christ.
2000 Intermission: the Greatest Hits ForeFront Records 81 3
2003 8 Great Hits
2006 The Early Years
2006 Top 5 Hits
2007 Double Take (Jesus Freak/Supernatural)
2007 Greatest Hits
2008 Two For One: Free At Last / Supernatural
2008 Greatest Hits
2009 The Ultimate Collection
2012 10 Great Songs

Extended plays

Year Title Label(s) Chart positions[3]
U.S.
200
U.S. 
Christ.
1994 Free at Last: Extended Play Remixes ForeFront Records 35
1995 Jesus Freak (Maxi Single) AV/CD
1997 Welcome to the Freak Show – Bonus Disc
2001 Solo 142 5

Singles

Year Single Billboard peak chart positions CCM peak chart positions Album
Hot 100
[6][7]
Top 40
[8]
AC
[9]
Adult Top 40
[10]
AC CHR Rock
1989 "Heavenbound" DC Talk
"Spinnin' Round" 13
1990 "I Luv Rap Music" Nu Thang
"Can I Get A Witness?"
"Nu Thang" 3
"No More" 10
1991 "Talk It Out" 22
1992 "Walls" 18
"Jesus Is Just Alright" 2 11 Free At Last
1993 "Socially Acceptable" 1
"Time Is..." 12 22
"Lean on Me" 7 1
1994 "The Hardway" 25 1
"Say the Words" 2
"Luv Is A Verb" 15
1995 "Jesus Freak" [A] 23 1 Jesus Freak
"I Wish We'd All Been Ready" 40 Intermission: the Greatest Hits
"Mind's Eye" 1 Jesus Freak
1996 "Like It, Love It, Need It" 1
"Between You and Me" 29 15 24 11 1 1
"In the Light" 3 1
"What If I Stumble?" 3 1
1997 "So Help Me God" 3
"Colored People" 3 1
"Day by Day" 3
"What Have We Become?" 32 1
1998 "My Will" 1 1 Exodus
"Into Jesus" 2 1 Supernatural
"My Friend (So Long)" 1 1
1999 "Consume Me" 1 1
"Wanna Be Loved" 13 1
"Supernatural" 2
"Godsend" 7 1
2000 "It's Killing Me" 4
"Dive" 4 9
"Say The Words (Now)" 1 1 Intermission: the Greatest Hits
2002 "Let's Roll" 15 2 Let's Roll: Together In Unity, Faith, and Hope
(Various artists album)
2003 "The Hardway (Revisited)"
"—" denotes singles that did not chart.

Other releases

Title Year Label(s) Chart positions[3] RIAA 
 Certification
CRIA 
 Certification
The Billboard 200 Top Contemporary Christian
Free At Last – The Music (10th Anniversary) 2002 ForeFront Records
Jesus Freak: 10th Anniversary Special Edition 2006

Original collaborations

Note: This list is for dc Talk songs not found on dc Talk albums. Compilation albums (such as the "Wow" series) should not be listed here. "My Will" and "I Wish We'd All Been Ready" appear here because they were on these albums BEFORE they were on later dc Talk releases.

Year Song(s) / Notes Album Album Artist Label(s)
1990

"Yo! Ho Ho"

Yo! Ho Ho Various artists Benson Records

"Reason for the Season"

"Yo! Ho Ho (Instrumental Track)"

1991

"Addicted to Jesus"

  • see music video below
Addicted to Jesus Carman
1992

"I Love My Neighbour"

The Beginner’s Bible Sparrow Records
1992

"Got To B Tru"

  • Songs open with clip of "Nu Thang"
  • Only Toby actually sings with Chapman
The Great Adventure Steven Curtis Chapman
1994

"We Three Kings"

Joyful Christmas Columbia/Sony
1995

"I Wish We’d All Been Ready"

One Way: The Songs of Larry Norman Various artists ForeFront Records
1998

"My Will"

Exodus Various artists Rocketown Records
1998

"My Deliverer"

Prince of Egypt (Inspirational) soundtrack Various artists Dreamworks Records
2000

"Spirit in the Sky"

Jesus: Music From & Inspired by the Epic Mini-Series Various artists Capitol Records
2002

"Let's Roll"

  • 9/11 tribute song that briefly united DC Talk and was named after the last words spoken by Todd Beamer before he led passengers to stop the United Airlines Flight 93 hijackers
Let’s Roll: Together in Unity, Faith, & Hope Various artists Curb Records
2004

"Atmosphere (Remix)"

  • tobyMac performed song solo and with dc Talk on same album
Welcome to Diverse City tobyMac ForeFront Records
2007

"The Cross"

The Blood Kevin Max Northern Records
2015

"Love Feels Like"

This Is Not a Test tobyMac ForeFront Records

Vocal appearances

This is a list of songs that include all three members of dc Talk.

Year Album Song(s)/Notes Label(s)
1993 Change Your World
by Michael W. Smith
  • Michael and Kevin sing backup on multiple songs
  • Toby sings intro on "I Wanna Tell the World"
  • Toby received production credits for programming
Reunion
1997 Blue Obsession
by Michael McDonald
  • "Ain’t That Peculiar"
    • Michael and Kevin can be heard at 1:15 mark and throughout
    • Toby has a quiet rap at 2:35 mark, spoken-word backing at end
    • Kevin has a backing solo at 2:46 mark
Ramp
1998 Prince of Egypt - Soundtrack
by Various Artists
  • "Humanity"
    • dc Talk along with Jessica Andrews, Clint Black, Boyz II Men, Shirley Caesar, Jesse Campbell, Carman, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Christian, Charlie Daniels, Linda Davis, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum, Amy Grant, The Rickey Grundy Chorale, Fred Hammond & Radical For Christ, Jars of Clay, Toby Keith, Val Kilmer, Alison Krauss, Mac McAnally, Donnie McClurkin, Brian McKnight,Helen Mirren, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Patrick Stewart, Take 6, Tyrone Tribbet and Greater Anointing, BeBe Winans and CeCe Winans
    • Kevin can be heard at 1:50 singing "Man versus man for number one"
Dreamworks
2003 Dove Hits 2002
by Various Artists
  • "In God We Trust"
    • Toby opens song with scripture reading
    • dc Talk is one of many in the "Voices of Hope" all-star lineup
    • Kevin can distinctly be heard at about 3:04 mark
    • Song was dedicated to Sep 11 healing
    • The song was played at the Dove Awards of 2002, Michael Tait could be seen as one of the main singers.
Sparrow

Remixed songs

This list is for dc Talk songs that were remixed without involvement from dc Talk, although they are still considered part of dc Talk's official discography.

Year Album Song(s) / Notes Label(s)
2003 Smash-Ups
  • "Colored People (mixed with the Newsboys Entertaining Angels)"
  • "Jesus Freak (mixed with ZOEgirl's Dismissed)"
Sparrow Records
1998 Mixdown
  • “Socially Acceptable (Mixdown Remix)"
ForeFront Records

Audio interviews

Year Album Song(s) / Notes Label(s)
1990 Rap - Straight From the Streets
  • Brief interview with Toby
  • Includes "Spinnin' Round" from 1989's DC Talk
Benson Records

Videography

Year Title Formats RIAA Certification
1992 Rap, Rock, & Soul VHS -
1994 Narrow Is the Road VHS Gold(50,000+ sold)
1996 Jesus Freak 1996 Tour Promo Video VHS -
1997, 2003 Welcome to the Freak Show VHS (1997), DVD (2003) Gold(50,000+ sold)
1998 The dc Talk Video Collection
  • Narrow Is the Road
  • Welcome to the Freak Show
  • Video Singles
VHS Gold
1999 Sneak Peek at The Supernatural Experience VHS -
1999, 2003 The Supernatural Experience VHS (1999), DVD (2003) Platinum
2002 Free at Last: The Movie DVD -
2007 Greatest Hits - Special Edition DVD -

Music videos

Year Title Album Award Featured On* Source
1989 "Heavenbound" DC Talk
  • Rap, Rock, & Soul
Watch
1991 "Nu Thang" Nu Thang
  • Rap, Rock, & Soul
Watch
1991 "I Luv Rap Music"
  • Rap, Rock, & Soul
Watch
1992 "Walls"
  • Rap, Rock, & Soul
  • Video Singles
Watch
1993 "Jesus Is Just Alright" Free At Last
  • Narrow Is the Road
  • Video Singles
  • Free At Last - The Movie
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1994 "The Hardway"
  • Narrow Is the Road
  • Video Singles
  • Free At Last - The Movie
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1994 "Luv Is A Verb"
  • Narrow Is the Road
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1994 "I Wish We'd All Been Ready" One Way
  • WoW Hits 1997: The Videos
Watch
1995 "Jesus Freak" Jesus Freak
  • 1997 Dove Award "Best Short-Form Video"
  • 1997 Billboard Award "Best Contemporary Christian Video"
  • Video Singles
  • Welcome to the Freak Show (DVD only)
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1996 "Just Between You and Me"
  • 1998 Dove Award "Best Short-Form Video"
  • Video Singles
  • Welcome to the Freak Show (DVD)
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
  • X - The Birthday Video
Watch
1997 "Colored People"
  • Video Singles
  • Welcome to the Freak Show (DVD)
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1997 "Day by Day"
  • Video Singles
Watch
1998 "My Friend (So Long)" Supernatural
  • The Supernatural Experience
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
1999 "Consume Me"
  • 1999 Billboard Award "Best Contemporary Christian Video"
  • The Supernatural Experience
  • Greatest Hits (2007 CD/DVD)
Watch
  • Only official dc Talk releases are listed. Video compilations (such as the "Wow" DVDs) should not be included in this section.

Video appearances

Year Title with Artist Original Album Included On Source
1991 "Addicted to Jesus" Carman Addicted to Jesus Addicted to Jesus (VHS Long-Form Video) Watch
1994 "AKA Public School" Audio Adrenaline Don't Censor Me Big House (VHS Long-Form Video) Watch

Video contributions and interviews

Note: This list is for dc Talk songs that were remixed without involvement from dc Talk, although they are still considered part of dc Talk's official discography.

Year Video Song(s) / Notes Label(s)
1994 The Works
by The Billy Graham Crusade
  • Live performance of "Jesus Is Just Alright" from the 1994 Bill Graham Crusade
n/a
1998 X - The Birthday Album
  • Interviews
  • songs include "Jesus Freak", "Jesus is Just Alright", and "Walls".
  • Also includes Bleach covering "Heavenbound".
  • On the video version of the album has the music video for "Between You and Me".
ForeFront Records
2000 Creation Festival: The Movie
  • Live performance of "In the Light" from Creation Festival 2000
  • Interview
n/a

Tributes

DC Talk: Solo

Notes

  1. ^ "Jesus Freak" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "DC Talk Album Certifications". Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved November 20, 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Searchable Database". Music Canada. Archived from the original on February 25, 2012. Retrieved May 31, 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ a b c d Chart Positions
  4. ^ "The Supernatural Experience (Live) by DC Talk". NewReleaseToday.com. Retrieved March 6, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ "Free At Last (Live) by DC Talk". NewReleaseToday.com. Retrieved February 26, 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ "Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles". Billboard. 107. November 25, 1995. p. 107. Retrieved October 20, 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^ "Between You and Me - dc Talk". Billboard.com. Retrieved June 30, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  8. ^ "dc Talk Chart History (Mainstream Top 40)". Retrieved June 30, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  9. ^ "dc Talk Chart History (Adult Contemporary)". Retrieved June 30, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  10. ^ "dc Talk Chart History (Adult Top 40)". Retrieved June 30, 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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