InfuzeMag posted a really fun article with the first five entries to their list of the top 20 under-appreciated albums in Christian music. It was fun seeing a few names of some of my favorite albums from yesteryear. Here’s my own list of my favorite albums that no one has ever heard of:
Say What – Nuclear Fishin’
It’s rap by two anonymous artists. The music is very fun and they mix in lots of clips from movies. There’s even a whole story track that they made by picking little clips from dozens of famous Christian songs. Probably my favorite track is the old codger that says in his best old-man, “Mah friend, I’m ‘fraid yer in the wroooong place. We don’t sing that kinda music ’round here!” Classic!
Snappy – Hokus Pick (the bonus track is incredible)
Fun, bouncy, great music. If my life were to have a soundtrack I hope that the track Snappy would be on it. “I’m so happy, feelin’ snappy, my life is rosy, I’m feelin’ comfy-cozy!” And the bonus track is great – it’s over ten minutes of the band acting in some classic radio drama, complete with really horrible accents. But hey, these guys are from Canada so can you blame them?
I don’t really have much to say about the rest of these, but if you ever see them for 50¢ at a yard sale, be sure to pick ’em up. It’s great music!
Not Perfect – Church of Rhythm
Eager’s Debut Album
Fiction – Mukala
Everybodyduck’s Debut Album
What are your favorite albums that nobody ever heard of? Let’s hear em…
Filed under: Music on September 7th, 2007