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06.20.18USB Thumb Back Drives in Stock
06.20.1822nd ApX Episode on Radio This Weekend
06.20.18Clues for This Week's Single
06.15.18Quebec Pastor Plans 8000-Mile ApX Marathon
06.08.18Urgent Prayer Request from African Missionary
06.08.18Recording Update: You Can't Make This Stuff Up
05.29.18Fan Will Match All Donations This Week
05.24.18Update: What's Going On & What's Gone Wrong?
05.21.18Get Multiple Downloads for One Donation
05.18.18Three Great New ApX Videos
05.18.18ApX in Grade School in the Great White North
05.18.18ApX on 30 Different Music Services Worldwide
05.15.18New Single: London & the Land of Lincoln
05.10.18Four Touching Testimonies We Had to Share
05.10.18How to Donate & How to Get Multiple MP3s
05.10.18The Delightful Dozen: 12 Notes from 12 States
05.10.18Encouragement from Abroad
05.09.18From an Oregon Pastor and Night Ranger's Sound Tech
05.09.18ApX Helps Reporter Recover from Tough Meetings
05.04.18Prayers for the Other David Cassidy
05.04.18Video of the Week: I Love Apostle Paul
05.04.18Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Here's ApologetiX
05.04.18Clues for Our Ninth Single of 2018
05.02.181150 Tracks for $100 (Extended Thru Thursday)
04.27.18Oregon but Not Forgotten
04.27.18ApX Helps College Student Help Others
04.27.18Get Our Complete Library for $100
04.27.18600th Song is Here, New Songbook is Coming
04.21.18Pastors Use ApX Parodies in Church Services
04.21.18400,000 World Magazine Readers to Discover ApX
04.21.18ApX Interviewed by American Family Radio
04.21.18Another Station Adds New ApX Radio Show
04.18.18New Single: 2 Rockers from the 70's
04.16.18New CD Deal Ends Tonight (Get 1 of 27 CDs Free)
04.13.18Music to File Taxes By: ApX Playlist for April 15
04.12.1812th ApX Episode on Radio This Weekend
04.11.18Clues for Our Eighth Single of 2018
04.10.18New CD Deal Ends Soon
04.06.18Bittersweet Testimony from Eastern PA
04.06.18Encouragement from 10 States (Plus Canada)
04.02.18New Single: The Nazarene & The Gadarenes
03.31.18Kenya Believe It? ApX is "Greatest Band Ever"
03.31.18Woman Moved to Tears by ApX Video
03.31.18What Songs Are on the New CD?
03.29.18This Weekend's Single Includes an Easter Treat
03.23.18ApX Passion Week Radio Special This Wkd
03.23.18Kudos from VA, IN, FL, WY & Canada
03.23.18Fabulous Fan Mail from France
03.22.18Here's the ApX Easter Top 40 Playlist
03.17.18More Encouragement from Far and Wide
03.17.18Fans React to Our New Single
03.17.18The Title and Theme of Our Next CD
03.16.18More ApX on the Radio This Weekend
03.14.18New Single: 2 Bands We've Never Spoofed Before
03.09.18Prayers for Keith Haynie's Sister
03.09.18From a New Fan in Manitoba
03.09.18New Clues for You: This Weekend's Single
03.06.18We Need Help, but Good Things Are Happening
03.02.18Encouragement from a Former Atheist in Iowa
03.02.18ApX Album Changed Maryland Man's Life
03.02.18ApX Aids Brothers in Arkansas
03.01.18ApX Video Was Just What He Needed
02.27.18ApX Releases 100th Single (2 New Parodies)
02.23.18Happy 50th Birthday, Todd Waites!
02.23.18Mississippi Man Announces ApX Plan
02.23.18Encouragement from an Educator in Ann Arbor
02.22.18Here Comes Our 100th Single/EP
02.22.18Clues for Our Fifth Single of 2018
02.16.18Fans React to Our Latest Remake
02.16.18New Batch of ApX USB Thumb Drives in Stock
02.16.18Scottish Blog Interviews ApX Lead Singer
02.16.18ApX on the Radio Again This Weekend
02.14.18New Single: Bad-Boy Bands (Not Bad Boy-Bands)
02.09.18Another Station Adds Weekly ApX Radio Show
02.09.18ApX on the Air in Remote Alaska
02.09.18Clues for Our Fourth Single of 2018
02.07.18Happy Birthday, Chris VonBartheld!
02.06.181100 Tracks for $100 Ends Saturday
02.02.18One Good Testimony Deserves Another (from Canada)
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02.02.18Beam Us Up, Scotland!
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01.30.18New Single (2 Killer Bs)
01.29.181100 Tracks for $100 Extended Another Week
01.26.18Apol-Annoyance in Austin
01.26.18MI Pastor Speaks Frankly to ApX
01.25.18Clues for Our Third Single of 2018
01.24.18Prayers for ApX Fan Deborah Huff in ICU
01.22.181100 Tracks $100 Ends Soon
01.22.18New Radio Program Will Feature ApX Regularly
01.22.18Pastor Looks Back on 19 Years as ApX Fan
01.19.18Special Request from ApX's Chris Von Bartheld
01.19.181100 Tracks for $100
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01.19.18Encouragement from a Pastor in NC

ApologetiX in NY, PA, CA, Sale Ends Wednesday
Mon., Mar. 29. 2004 12:45pm EST

1. Friday & Saturday: Johnson City NY & State College PA
2. Two Weeks Out: Three Concerts in CA (Palmdale, El Cajon, Riverside)
3. Upcoming Concerts
4. Reviews in Christian Musician Magazine & Plugged In Magazine
5. Funny Email of the Week
6. All 10 ApologetiX CDs & What They Spoof
7. CD Sale Ends Wednesday (All Titles $7 Through 3/31)

J. Jackson, lead singer and lyricist for ApologetiX (That Christian Parody Band) here.

I'm trying to get an early start on this week's newsletter, so I'm writing to you at the airport in Gulfport MS, at about 5 a.m. CST, while we're waiting for our flight. The two concerts at Spirit Fest went well. The people were friendly, the weather was great, and we got a chance to briefly meet Steve, the guitarist from Burlap to Cashmere.

In an effort to keep things fresh for the fans who came to see us both days, we played entirely different sets with only one repeat song, "Narrow Way to Heaven" ... and that was only because a 63-year-old man drove 100 miles to see us on Sunday and specifically requested that song. We're constantly amazed at how far people will travel to see little ol' us. For the Gulfport shows, one group of fans drove 500 miles and another group drove 400 miles! We'll be back in that general vicinity May 1, when we play Grace 2004 in Pensacola FL.

This coming weekend we play in two college towns: State College PA, home of Penn State University, and Johnson City NY, home of Practical Bible College. Friday's concert in Johnson City NY is our first concert ever to be subject to an official boycott/protest. Apparently, some local churches opposed to rock music have written some threatening letters to the college and have encouraged people not to attend. Please pray that God opens the hearts and minds of those involved, so we can show them how and why we do what we do. Thanks to our friends at WVOA and ChristianBEATS who have worked hard to publicize the concert!

Oh, one important reminder for you: This Wednesday, March 31, is the final day of our best CD sale ever. Till then, all 10 of our CDs are on sale for $7 each. You can order online with your ATM or credit card till the clock strikes midnight EST. If you're ordering via snail mail, make sure your order is postmarked by March 31. For more info, see items #6 and #7 below, or just click on this link or copy and paste it into the address section on your Internet browser:


Friday, April 2, 2004 Doors open at 5:00 p.m., First band plays at 6 p.m.,
ApologetiX at 7 p.m.
Ticketed Event
400 Riverside Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790
CONTACT: Cheryl Cetton 607-729-1581 ext. 315

Saturday, April 3rd Doors open at 7:00 pm
Free Concert (donations accepted)
Sponsored by The Rock Invasion 2004
Abba Java Coffeehouse
E. College Ave. & Locust Lane
State College, Pennsylvania, 16801
Phone: 814-238-3028


Friday, April 16, 2004 7:30 PM
Tickets $15 Advance, $18 Door, $13 for youth groups of 10 or more
Purchase through
1850 E. Avenue R
Palmdale, CA 93550
CONTACT: Steve Stucky 661-272-3955

Saturday, April 17, 2004 6:00 PM
Tickets $10 Advance $15 Door,
Youth Pastors get in free when they bring GROUPS of 10 or more at $10 Each
1500 E. Lexington El Cajon, CA 92019
PHONE: 619-440-4452
To Get Tickets: AND
Christian Heritage College Bookstore
2100 Greenfield Drive, El Cajon, CA 92019,

Sunday, April 18, 2004 5:00 PM
Rock Stage
Admission Free, Parking $6
Historic Downtown Riverside
city streets stretching over 30 blocks
Riverside, California


This list adds concerts frequently, so stay tuned for more info. For the full details on all of the concerts below, please go to and scroll to the bottom.

To inquire about booking a concert, please contact
Kathleen Burke
Burke Communications
949-770-3001 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST).

Apr 02 - Johnson City NY Apr 03 - State College, PA Apr 16 - Palmdale CA Apr 17 - El Cajon CA Apr 18 - Riverside CA Apr 24 - Footville WI Apr 30 - Angola IN May 01 - Pensacola FL May 14 - Mesa, AZ (Private concert for their Youth group) May 15 - Mesa, AZ Jun 04 - Chattanooga, TN Jun 12 - Milwaukee WI Jun 27 - Springfield IL


The latest issues of Christian Musician Magazine and Plugged In Magazine both feature nice reviews of our latest CD, "Adam Up." Plugged In Magazine is a Focus on the Family publication designed to help equip parents, youth leaders, ministers and teens with the essential tools that will enable them to understand, navigate and impact the culture in which they live. Plugged In features penetrating editorials and cutting-edge analysis of entertainment and cultural trends, along with first-run music and television reviews. Christian Musician Magazine, meanwhile, is specifically geared to (surprise!) Christian musicians. It includes interviews with Christian musicians, articles about instruments and other equipment, plus album reviews.


"'We're in a parody band/We're here to share with the fans/We've got a two-part style/We'll tell you part's Weird Al/The other part's Billy Graham.' In a nutshell, that's ApologetiX's mission statement. It's also a line from their eighth CD, 'Adam Up," a collection of 22 biblical parodies of modern hits by legendary groups (Three Dog Night, The Everly Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, KC & the Sunshine Band) as well as acts hot with teens (The Calling, Five for Fighting, Good Charlotte, Sum 41, Eminem, Toby Keith, System of a Down).

"Old Testament history gets hip on 'Meschach,' a tale of the fiery furnace set to the tune of 'Love Shack' by the B-52's. Other songs tell of Daniel in the lions' den and Laban's deception of Jacob. New Testament events include Christ feeding the 5,000, the resurrections of Jairus' daughter and Eutychus, and Jesus healing people with saliva (a clever cut called 'The Spittle,' tweaking Jimmy Eat World's 'The Middle'). After recording nearly 175 parodies, these guys continue to fill each new disc with GREAT material."


"ApologetiX is difficult to critique in a normal fashion. Specializing in parodies of songs from the 50's to today, the band is certainly clever in its use of popular song to teach biblical truth, satirize current cultural trends and evangelize the lost in a valid and entertaining way. Calling "Adam Up" a valid artistic statement may be a stretch, but the band plays with such unbridled joy and tongue-in-cheek aplomb that it hardly matters.

"Indeed "Adam Up" contains the most credible musical performances yet found on an ApologetiX disc, with the female-vocal-aided "Meshach" (the B-52's "Love Shack"), Scottish-accented "I'm Gonna Feed (500 Mouths)" and Ozzy Osbourne skewering "Lazy Brain" being strong evidence of the band's improvement. More-modern fare includes a solid, exhortational call for souls that parodies Eminem's "Lose Yourself" ("Look Yourself") and is full of pop culture references, and "Called My Wife," a tome to the deceptive power of the enemy to the tune of The Foo Fighters' "All My Life."

"The true gift of ApologetiX is a unique ability to use the hook of pop music to effectively communicate solid biblical truth in a way that is both fun and infectious, and in the process, reach an audience that may never listen to Christian radio but would immediately recognize tunes by Good Charlotte, Judas Priest or Sum 41 ... a niche to be sure, but a very effective one."


We get hundreds of emails a week, and we really do read them all, and we try to answer as many as possible as fast as we can. Here's one from Liz Weed that tickled our funny bone:

"Hey i just got ur cd adam up. I just cant stop listening to it. I like the song "Little Red bible Book" my sister hates it for some reason. g2g i have to restart the cd. bye"


Some of you have never been sure what CDs you wanted to buy (Don't miss the sale in item #7), because you've never had a complete list of all of the songs we spoofed on our CDs. One last time, here it is -- our complete discography:

ADAM UP December 2003

1. We're in a Parody Band ('We're an American Band" by Grand Funk Railroad)
2. Lifestyles of the Rich & Nameless ('Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous by Good Charlotte)
3. Boy Tell the World ('Joy to the World" by Three Dog Night)
4. Choose Your Daddy ('Who's Your Daddy?" by Toby Keith)
5. Meshach ('Love Shack" by the B-52's)
6. I'm Gonna Feed (500 Mouths) ('I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by the Proclaimers)
7. Get Found Tonight ('Get Down Tonight" by K.C. & the Sunshine Band)
8. Look Yourself ('Lose Yourself" by Eminem)
9. Should I Pray or Should I Go ('Should I Stay or Should I Go" by the Clash)
10. The Spittle ('The Middle" by Jimmy Eat World)
11. Sweet Oholibamah ('Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd)
12. It's Not Eden ('Superman (It's Not Easy)" by Five For Fighting)
13. Listening After Midnight ('Living After Midnight" by Judas Priest)
14. Psum 14 ('Fat Lip" by Sum 41)
15. The Word ('Grease" by Frankie Valli)
16. Wherever You Will Sow ('Wherever You Will Go" by the Calling)
17. Wake Up Talitha Cumi ('Wake Up Little Susie" by the Everly Brothers)
18. Guide the Way ('By the Way" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers)
19. Little-Read Bible Book ('Li'l Red Riding Hood" by Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs)
20. Downer of a Sister ('Chop Suey" by System of a Down)
21. Lazy Brain ('Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne)
22. Called My Wife ('All My Life" by the Foo Fighters)


1. Corinthians ('In the End" by Linkin Park)
2. Cornelius ('Cecilia" by Simon & Garfunkel)
3. I'm a Receiver ('I'm a Believer" by the Monkees and Smash Mouth)
4. YHWH ('YMCA" by the Village People)
5. Smooth Grandmama ('Smooth Criminal" by Alien Ant Farm and Michael Jackson)
6. Devil Went Down to Jordan ('Devil Went Down to Georgia" by Charlie Daniels)
7. Drop of Lucifer ('Drops of Jupiter" by Train)
8. Born Above ('Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen)
9. Follow Me ('Follow Me" by Uncle Kracker)
10. Don't Fear the People ('(Don't Fear) the Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult)
11. Lemonade ('Renegade" by Styx)
12. How You Rewind Me ('How You Remind Me" by Nickelback)
13. Regeneration ('My Generation" by the Who)
14. Love the Jews ('Love Me Do" by the Beatles)
15. Good Guys Bad Guys ('Good Times Bad Times" by Led Zeppelin)
16. Flurry ('Blurry" by Puddle of Mudd)
17. Tom Saw Ya ('Tom Sawyer" by Rush)
18. Sufferin' Just Finished ('Suffragette City" by David Bowie)
19. Smells Like Thirtysomething Spirit ('Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana)
20. Baa! We're Lambs ('Barbara Ann" by the Beach Boys and the Regents)


1. Micah No. 5 ('Mambo No. 5" by Lou Bega)
2. Late December 5 or 6 B.C. ('December 1963" by the Four Seasons)
3. Santa Claus ('Panama" by Van Halen)
4. Hotel Can't Afford Ya 2002 ('Hotel California" by the Eagles)
5. Manger ("Angel" by Shaggy with Rayvon)
6. Christmasnite ("Kryptonite" by Three Doors Down)


1. Story of a Squirrel ("Absolutely (Story of a Girl)" by Nine Days)
2. Monkey Scheme ('Theme from 'The Monkees'" by the Monkees)
3. Christmasnite ("Kryptonite" by Three Doors Down)
4. Bethlehemian Rhapsody ("Bohemian Rhapsody" )
5. Stay in the Light ("Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees)
6. Old Time Romans Road ("Old Time Rock & Roll" Bob Seger)
7. The Real Sin Savior ("The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem)
8. Babylona ("My Sharona" by the Knack)
9. Daniel ("Daniel" by Elton John)
10. All the Stalls Stink ("All the Small Things" by Blink 182
11. Cheap Birds ("Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd)
12. Mama Told Me (What's to Come) ("Mama Told Me (Not to Come) by Three Dog Night)
13. Manger ("Angel" by Shaggy with Rayvon)
14. Be Bold Jeremiah ("Jet Airliner" by the Steve Miller Band)
15. Ballad of Jesus and Yahweh ("The Ballad of John and Yoko" by the Beatles)
16. Rock and Roots ("Rock and Roll" by Led Zeppelin)
17. Simp Liztik ("Nookie" by Limp Bizkit)
18. You Booked Me All Along ("You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC)
19. Life Restored ("Last Resort" by Papa Roach)


1. Play That Funny Music ("Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry)
2. Fishin' On a Pier ("Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi)
3. Pray Now ("All Star" by Smash Mouth)
4. El-ijah ("Elvira" by the Oak Ridge Boys)
5. Sin Can Be Resistible ("Simply Irresistible" by Robert Palmer)
6. Trooth ("Smooth" by Santana Featuring Rob Thomas)
7. La Bible ("La Bamba" by Ritchie Valens and Los Lobos)
8. I Want in That Place ("I Want it That Way" by the Backstreet Boys)
9. Crowd of Foreign Girls ("California Girls" by the Beach Boys and David Lee Roth)
10. Choirboy ("Cowboy" by Kid Rock)
11. Every Crown Has Its Thorns ("Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison)
12. Livin' What Jesus Spoke Of ("Livin' La Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin)
13. I Love Apostle Paul ("I Love Rock 'n' Roll" by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)
14. Jonah, Jonah ("Mony, Mony" by Billy Idol and Tommy James & the Shondells)
15. Learn Some Deuteronomy ("Pour Some Sugar on Me" by Def Leppard)
16. Last Night ("Last Kiss" by Pearl Jam and J. Frank Wilson & the Cavaliers)
17. Once Livin' Twice Died ("Once Bitten Twice Shy" by Great White)
18. Rock This Tower ("Rock This Town" by the Stray Cats)
19. Genny 22 ("867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone)


1. One Way ("One Week" by the Barenaked Ladies)
2. Twins Came Out ("Twist and Shout" by the Beatles)
3. Every Step to Take ("Every Breath You Take" by the Police)
4. 969 ("Summer of '69" by Bryan Adams)
5. Second Timothy ("Sex and Candy" by Marcy Playground)
6. You Ain't Been Nothing Yet ("You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" by B.T.O.)
7. Donkey Talked With Him ("Honky Tonk Women" by the Rolling Stones)
8. Ronomy ("Runaway" by Del Shannon)
9. Credence Thru Deepwater Survival ("Proud Mary" by CCR)
10. Lawful Woman in a Bad Place ("Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" by the Hollies)
11. Kick in the Wall ("Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2" by Pink Floyd)
12. Fast Paul ("The Way" by Fastball)
13. Jail Got Rocked ("Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley)
14. Put You Down in My Will ("Push" by matchbox 20)
15. Crazy Little King God Loves ("Crazy Little Thing Called Love" by Queen)
16. Dancing Dave ("Dancing Days" by Led Zeppelin)
17. Smart Blest Man ("Sharp Dressed Man" by ZZ Top)
18. Revelation Man ("Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers)
19. Armageddon Valley Someday ("Pleasant Valley Sunday" by the Monkees)
20. Droppin' on the Sun ("Walkin' on the Sun" by Smash Mouth)
21. Bends to Low Places ("Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks)
22. Enter Samson ("Enter Sandman" by Metallica)


1. Hotel Can't Afford Ya ("Hotel California" by the Eagles)
2. Go Right Now ("All Right Now" by Free)
3. Apostle Me ("Rock n' Me" by Steve Miller Band)
4. Jesus ("Venus" by the Shocking Blue and Bananarama)
5. Temple Physician ("Pinball Wizard" by the Who and Elton John)
6. Love & Kisses ("Rock and Roll All Night" by Kiss)
7. Parable Guy ("American Pie" by Don McLean)
8. I'll Prepare For You ("I'll Be There for You" by the Rembrandts)
9. I Have to Die First ("Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor)
10. Didn't Just Die ("Live and Let Die" by Paul McCartney)
11. Died and Rose ("China Grove" by the Doobie Brothers)
12. L.S.F. ("Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by the Beatles and Elton John)
13. Spirit Inside ("Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum)
14. Walk His Way ("Walk This Way" by Aerosmith)
15. You May Be Bright ("You May Be Right" by Billy Joel )
16. John 1:1 ("Fun, Fun, Fun" by the Beach Boys)
17. Narrow Way to Heaven ("Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin)
18. Fakey Shaky Parts ("Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus)


1. Come Out and Pray ("Come Out and Play" by the Offspring)
2. All ApologetiX ("All Apologies" by Nirvana)
3. Naomi Gonna Be With Ruth ("Only Wanna Be With You" by Hootie & the Blowfish)
4. Shepherd's Paradise ("Gangsta's Paradise" by Coolio)
5. Counting Blessings ("Counting Blue Cars" by Dishwalla)
6. Plump ("Lump" by the Presidents of the USA)
7. Letterman ("Better Man" by Pearl Jam)
8. People ("Pepper" by the Buttonhole Surfers)
9. Big Deal ("Big Me" by Foo Fighters)
10. Little Sins ("Little Things" by Bush)
11. Stupid World ("Stupid Girl" by Garbage)
12.A Lie ("Alive" by Pearl Jam)
13. Preachers ("Peaches" by the Presidents of the USA)
14. Who's There? ("Loser" by Beck)
15. Heaven Isn't Like That ("Shine" by Collective Soul)
16. No Chain ("No Rain" by Blind Melon)
17. Young As You Are ("Come As You Are" by Nirvana)
18. Casket Place ("Basket Case" by Green Day)
19. Lightning Flashes ("Lightning Crashes" by Live)
20. InYerFace Love Song ("Interstate Love Song" by Stone Temple Pilots)
21. You Gotta Go ("You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette)


1. Bethlehemian Rhapsody ("Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen)
2. Isaac Man ("Ice Cream Man" by Van Halen)
3. Jacob's Name is Israel ("Takin' Care of Business" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive)
4. Judgment Gets Passed ("Jumpin' Jack Flash" by the Rolling Stones)
5. (Check Out) the Book ("The Look" by Roxette)
6. Yer Maker ("D'yer Maker" by Led Zeppelin)
7. I Know a Riddle ("I Know a Little" by Lynard Skynard)
8. I've Got Elijah Fightin' Baal (I've Got a Tiger By the Tail" by Buck Owens)
9. Not Logs Lincoln ("Hot Rod Lincoln" by Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen)
10. Read Ephesians ("Sweet Emotion" by Aerosmith)
11. Lazzie Lay ("Maggie Mae" by Rod Stewart)
12. Catch That Fever! ("Cat Scratch Fever" by Ted Nugent) 13. Triune Godhead ("Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones)
14. Ignorant Song ("Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin)
15. E.Z.Kiel ("Suzi Q" by Creedence Clearwater Revival)
16. Virgin ("Urgent" by Foreigner)
17. The Sounds of Silas ("The Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel)
18. Bad Dude Risin' ("Bad Moon Risin'" by Creedence Clearwater Revival)
19. Life in the Last Days ("Life in the Fast Lane" by the Eagles)
20. Midnight Hour, Pt. 2 ("In the Midnight Hour" by Wilson Pickett)


1. Isn't Wasn't Ain't ('Livin' Lovin' Maid" by Led Zeppelin)
2. David and Goliath ('Paperback Writer" by the Beatles)
3. Lions ('Signs" by Five Man Electrical Band and Tesla)
4. Patients ('Patience" by Guns n' Roses)
5. Help Me, Rhoda ('Help Me, Rhonda" by the Beach Boys)
6. That Daughter ('Black Water" by the Doobie Brothers)
7. Little Esther ('Little Sister" by Elvis Presley)
8. Don't Try ('Don't Cry" by Guns n' Roses)
9. I Found the Answer There ('I Saw Her Standing There" by the Beatles)
10. Be Like David Was ('Feel Like Makin' Love" by Bad Company)
11. Ain't That a Miracle ('Pink Houses" by John Cougar Mellencamp)
12. Faith Pt. 2 ('Faith" by George Michael)
13. Christians Doin' Music ('Listen to the Music" by the Doobie Brothers)
14.What is and Will Forever Be ('What is What Should Never Be" by Led Zeppelin)
15. Matthew 9 ('I Feel Fine" by the Beatles)
16. He Really Got Mad ('You Really Got Me" by the Kinks and Van Halen)
17. Love Ain't Nothin' ('Long Train Running" by the Doobie Brothers)
18. Verynice City ('Paradise City" by Guns n' Roses)


We hate to be redundant, but this Wednesday, March 31, is the final day of best CD sale ever -- all 10 of our CDs (the eight you can get in stores and the two you can only get through us) are on sale for $7 each. Don't miss out! You can order online via ATM or credit card till the clock strikes midnight EST. If you're ordering via mail, make sure your order is postmarked by March 31.

These are not cracked CDs. They are perfect condition, still in the shrink wrap, although the two CDs that are for our fan club only, "Isn't Wasn't Ain't" and "Have Yourself a Parody Christmas" do not come in shrinkwrap nor do they have CD booklets. After March 31, those two won't be available for a long while.

You can pay by any of the following methods: credit card, ATM card, check or money order. We generally process orders within 24 hours and ship first class mail for small U.S. orders and Priority Mail for larger U.S. orders. Orders outside the United States are shipped via Air Mail to expedite the process.


Just click on this link or (if your Internet service doesn\0xD5t allow you to click this link) copy and paste it into the address section on your Internet browser:


Just fill in the form below and mail it to us at:

ApologetiX 3251
Conway Wallrose Rd
Baden PA 15005-2313

Please make checks/money orders payable in U.S. funds to ApologetiX.

Shipping & handling is a flat rate of $5 for your entire order ($10 for orders outside the United States), no matter how many you order.

Simply print out this e-mail and fill out the form below and send it in along with your check/money order to the address at the bottom of the order form.

We must receive your check/money order before we ship. Don\0xD5t worry about contacting us by e-mail. Just send the form via postal mail and include your name and address.



Please list the quantity in the blank space next to the title:


______ Adam Up ($7 per CD)

______ Grace Period ($7 per CD)

______ Keep the Change ($7 per CD)

______ Spoofernatural Case ($7 per CD)

______ Biblical Graffiti ($7 per CD)

______ Jesus Christ Morningstar ($7 per CD)

______ Ticked ($7 per CD)

______ Radical History Tour ($7 per CD)

______ Christmas CD ($7 per CD)

______ Isn't Wasn't Ain't ($7 per CD)

TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS ______ x $7 = ______

______ Sub-Total

+ $5 Shipping & Handling ($10 for orders outside of the United States)

______ TOTAL COST (please make checks/money orders payable to ApologetiX)

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Send your order, along with your check or money order, to:

3251 Conway Wallrose Rd
Baden PA 15005-2313



-- J. Jackson Lead Singer/Lyricist ApologetiX (That Christian Parody Band)

John 20:31
But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.