A lot of Christian hipsters today were raised in the evangelical Christian subculture in the 90s. Thus, while most of them have completely abandoned CCM by now, they still look fondly and nostalgically (with a smidge of irony) upon the Christian music they were reared on. Here are 20 albums that Christian hipsters today love to listen to for a trip down memory lane. What would you add to this list?
Amy Grant, Heart in Motion (1991) Michael W. Smith, Change Your World (1993) DC Talk, Free at Last (1993) DC Talk, Jesus Freak (1995) Audio Adrenaline, Bloom (1996) Newsboys, Take Me To Your Leader (1996) Rebecca St. James, God (1996) Jars of Clay, Jars of Clay (1995) Third Day, Conspiracy No. 5 (1997) OC Supertones, Adventures of the OC Supertones (1997) Reality Check, Reality Check (1997) Plankeye, The One and Only (1997) Project 86, Project 86 (1998) Mxpx, Life in General (1998) Sixpence None the Richer, Sixpence None the Richer (1998) Plumb, candycoatedwaterdrops (1999) Insyderz, Skalleluia (1999) All Star United, International Anthems for the Human Race (1999) POD, Fundamental Elements of Southtown (1999) Switchfoot - New Way to be Human (1999)