New Single: Play These 2 Songs Loud
Sun., May. 3. 2015 10:09pm EDT
We've just released our seventh single of 2015, featuring these parodies of two groups we've never spoofed before:
1. Pharaoh-noid (Paranoid by Black Sabbath)
2. Fight for Your Right to Parody (Fight for Your Right to Party by The Beastie Boys)
Both songs are available together as a download for a donation of any amount. Your gifts help us keep reaching the lost and teaching the rest.
Here's what they're about:
This song recounts the Ten Plagues in order from Pharaoh's perspective, as he shrugs off each warning God sends. In his megalomania, Pharaoh thought he was master of the Israelites, but in reality, he was a pawn. Even his wizards couldn't ward off the plagues, and eventually the hand of doom had struck down all of the firstborn of Egypt.
2. Fight for Your Right to Parody
Welcome to the Christian parody biz. It's time to get illuminated on this new style, so check it out. Say hello to all your nasty critics. It's a sure shot you'll face triple trouble -- from anti-rock preachers, anti-Christian secularists, and anti-parody snobs who think rhyming with the original is just stealing somebody's song. Something's got to give. Will it be you?
We also have 32 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size. To get any of those projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.