Crowd shot masthead ApologetiX Logo Keith Haynie plays bassBill Hubauer plays lead guitarJ. Jackson sings leadJimmy Vegas Tanner plays drums
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2017


The 12 Songs

1. Turn to Luke
Parody of "Turn Me Loose" by Loverboy
Lyrics

2. No One Likes You
Parody of "No One Like You" by The Scorpions
Lyrics

3. Works
Parody of "Words" by Missing Persons
Lyrics

4. Don't Tell Me We're Lucky
Parody of "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" by Night Ranger
Lyrics

5. Thankfully
Parody of "Faithfully" by Journey
Lyrics

6. Pick It Up
Parody of "Lick It Up" by KISS
Lyrics

7. Born in the Jewish Faith
Parody of "Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen
Lyrics

8. Boys Are Scary
Parody of "Voices Carry" by 'Til Tuesday
Lyrics

9. Expected to Love
Parody of "Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer
Lyrics

10. Dweebs
Parody of "Dreams" by Van Halen
Lyrics

11. You Give Up on Bad Days
Parody of "You Give Love a Bad Name" by Bon Jovi
Lyrics

12. Talk Daily to Me
Parody of "Talk Dirty to Me" by Poison
Lyrics

From Hair to Eternity
2017

We love clever hair salon names. Some of our favorites include Hairway to Heaven, The Hairport, The Tortoise and the Hair, and Curl Up and Dye. If you comb the Net (the internet, not the hair net), you'll find that all those names have multiple mentions at various venues.

Consequently, when we titled this disc From Hair to Eternity, we supposed some salon had selected it sooner. We're musicians, not beauticians, but the place where we played our first concert (and nearly 50 of our first 100) was once a hair salon. That concert was back in '92, which seems like an eternity ago.

This CD spoofs songs spanning from '81-'87 — a hairy time in rock history — from New Wave to Glam Metal, with mullets in the middle. That's quite a quantity of coiffures of questionable quality. Hairstyles change, and even permanents aren't permanent, but eternity is. And that's where we're all headed.

Jesus said the hairs on your head are numbered (Matt. 10:30, Luke 12:7), so God cares about even the smallest details of your existence, both in the "hair and now" and the "hairafter." Talk daily to Him. Find a Bible and pick it up. That'll help you brush up for eternity.