Replication Recognition from TX, OR & VA
Wed., Feb. 22. 2006 7:12pm EST
It's always encouraging when people who are familiar with the original versions of the songs we spoof compliment us on our replication of the sound. We got three such emails in a five-hour stretch this past Wednesday and thought we'd share them with you:
Here's a nice email from a fan named Daniel in Azle TX:
I have been listening to you guys for quite a while, now. I am absolutely amazed at how you can sound so much like the original vocals to these songs. My absolute favorite one to date is "Downer of a Sister". Most of the friends that I have that are die-hard secular music fans, I have been able to turn them on to you guys because of what you do, and that fact that you sound so good doing. Not many Christian bands out there can hold there own against a secular band, but you guys deserve an award!
And another from Sean Patterson in Canby OR:
Just a quick note to thank you and the guys for rocking out for Jesus. I appreciate the fact we can listen to these classic rock songs now with our kids, without any fear of them hearing sexual or satanic messages. You also do a great job of replicating the sound of the original artists. One in particular that comes to mind is "Tom Saw Ya." It's not easy to pull off Geddy Lee and Neil Peart, but you do a great job.
And yet another from Mark in Richmond VA:
Brother you are one talented guy with your words and rhymes. God has totally blessed you with a great talent and it is really encouraging to see a Christian using his God-given talents to glorify him. I totally would rather listen to these versions in place of the secular ones. I encourage you to keep it up and to continue your work for our Lord Jesus Christ. I gotta say I'm a big Linkin Park fan but I'm a bigger fan of 1 Corinthians 13. May the Love of Christ dwell on you. Peace.