The "Live" Tracks On the New CD (Clues Explained)
Wed., Nov. 17. 2004 11:35pm EST
"New & Used Hits: The Best of ApologetiX Vol. 1 & 2" contains new improved "live" versions of seven ApologetiX classics. We gave you clues for each song last week. Here are the answers and the explanations.
1. One song has intense character "I Love Apostle Paul" Paul was a tentmaker so he was "in tents"
2. One song recently came out of retirement "Smooth Grandmama" It recently came out (2002) and Granny was retired
3. One song has a title that's a real grabber "Jacob's Name is Israel" Jacob's name means "grabber"
4. One song has a "so so" studio version "Wherever You Will Sow" Get it? Sow, sow!
5. One song is just plain hysterical "Learn Some Deuteronomy" The plain, unparodied version of this song, "Pour Some Sugar on Me" was on an album called "Hysteria"
6. One song was so lame it was begging for a remake "Walk His Way" It's a song about the lame beggar in Acts 3
7. One song we could have made up as we played it "Love & Kisses" KISS wears make up when they play the original
Thanks for playing along with us! The above tracks were recorded at our shows in Walpole NH (September '04) and Davie FL (October '04).