Sunday, December 13, 2009

Christians try once again to ruin everything

This book came out in the early 1980's, about twenty five years too late to stop people from enjoying the rock and roll. Me, I'd rather puncture my ear drums than listen to any of the Christian 'equivalents' to the rock musicians listed below.






8 comments:

sunshine said...

I went shopping last night and was just hitting scan on the radio.
A song came on and I was thinking.. "Hmmm.. not bad" so I left it.
Suddenly I heard something like.. "I've been washed in the blood of Jesus"..
That's just weird. So, I changed it.
Have you heard Christian Death Metal? Holy fuck.
I wonder how much God appreciates Christian Death Metal.....

((Hugs))
Laura

sunshine said...

I was hitting scan while I was driving to go shopping. I didn't make that very clear, did I?

Wings said...

When you are done, doc, come do my ears, too. Please?

kirby said...

Wait, I'm confused, Bob Dylan is on both sides of that list. Does that mean if I listen to Dylan I'll only go to Limbo?

Dr. Monkey said...

It means if you listen to Dylan you'll be made to do the limbo for eternity.

Lsamsa said...

Bruce Cockburn...'Pop Rock'!!!!
I think he might have a thing or two to say about that pigeonholing!

As for the whole 'Christian Rock thing'...they should just stick to their religious stuff & leave the music to real musicians...geesh!!!

Suzy said...

What's weird about this is that J. Brent Bill writes a lot of Quaker-related stuff these days. But this? WWZD? (That's "What would Zappa do?)

Suzy said...

Oh, man. Did Bonnie Bramlett go Christian at some point? I loved that album "From Delaney to Bonnie." And it wasn't Christian rock, I can tell you that.