Fans Review First 10 Hot Potato Soup Tracks
Wed., Feb. 13. 2013 11:49am EST
As the world (well, our little world, at least) awaits the release of the final five downloads from our upcoming Hot Potato Soup CD, here's what some fans said recently about the first 10 downloads:
Mike and I listened to the new set of songs from Hot Potato Soup this weekend, and we love them! I read your description of the last five songs, and am eager to hear the when they are finished.
I would like congratulate you on the new downloads; Hot Potato Soup is wonderful. I listened to the originals of the Monkees, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Foreigner when I was young. I love the way you use them for God! I cant wait for the next five. God has truly given all you a precious gift, and you're using it well to spread the gospel.
Shasta Lake CA
I've been listening to Hot Potato Soup (the first ten songs) constantly. I have pretty much every recording ApologetiX has ever released, and Hot Potato Soup may well be the very best so far!
There really isn't a stand out hit per se, because all the songs stand out together! If I had to pick one, it's got to be "God's Blood" because the original came from my era/genre. "Do What David Did", "Man On A Cross", You've Got Another King Comin'" and "Special Stone" are all gems too. "Lived The Day You Died" has an amazing special guest vocalist and is a powerful and moving song. Keep up the good work guys, you're the best!
As I sit here listening to the 10-song sampler of Hot Potato Soup, the sound on this album and mixing is amazing. How can you top the last album? And I thought, "it's not about 'topping' the last album; it's about glorifying God musically with a clear message. Mission accomplished, guys (and gals -- the ladies background vocals were stellar).
"You've Got Another King Comin'" and "Barroom Hitz" are just a couple of highlights of what ApologetiX has brought to its fans for the past 20 years and counting. May God be Glorified yet again through your parodies.
Just listened to the 10-song download for the first time. Great as usual. I especially liked "Do What David Did" and "Barroom Hitz," but all are great. The songs sound as usual like God intended them to be that way in the first place.