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Disciple is back with a fresh batch of hard rock anthems and gritty, honest originals. Southern Hospitality takes Disciple's sound to the next level with slick guitar riffs and big time hooks on "Whisper So Loud," "Phoenix Rising," "Whatever Reason," "Lay My Burdens," and more.
|Format: Compact disc|
Vendor: INO Records
Publication Date: 2008
Availability: No longer available.
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musiciansmission5 Stars Out Of 5Hard Southern Rock!January 13, 2012musiciansmissionQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I did not know what to expect getting this CD I had only heard one song...
I Loved it!
The musicians in this band are very talented. Right away I noticed that I loved the drummers style, he does some really cool linear fills in the first few songs.
There are classic guitar solos which drive the songs into even more energy and powerful vocals that urge you to sing along.
This CD really is great and even better the messages are Godly ones that are blessing to the spirit and won't corrupt your mind!
This CD is really hard rock with a southern feel. You can hear it in their note choices and form they absolutely had to grow up listening to a bit of country and southern rock and just went really hard rock when they made their own music!
BaneGender: male4 Stars Out Of 5OKJanuary 17, 2011BaneGender: maleSouthern Hospitality kicks off with the upbeat Southern Hospitality song, but it kind of went downhill from there. The Romance Me song just about covered everything wicked, and not much was there musically. Whisper So Loud is a cool song with a good meaning, but nothing in the rest of the cd stands out. This is actually a decent album because Disciple has admirable talent, but Scars Remain and Horshoes and Hand Grenades are a better buy.
Maria KeepensilvaniaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5.He love itOctober 20, 2010Maria KeepensilvaniaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5its for my son Robert.He love it.
No se escribir en ingles,muy bien .Pero yo y mi hijo Robert nos gusta comprar aqui de vez en cuando.
Nos qusta la musica y muchas cosas mas.
Gracias por vuestros productos. gracias
L.T.Gandee5 Stars Out Of 5awesome!October 6, 2010L.T.GandeeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5i've always loved the sound of hard rock [and bluegrass too.... odd mix] and disciple has a great sound. this album takes me back almost to the "hair band" sound of the late 80's early 90's. with a much more modern rock edge to it.... all with Christian lyrics most of which is scripture backed and based.
great for the heavy guitar lover that happens ti be a lover of Christ too..... also a good one to slip in under the radar to your lost friends or family. get them hooked on it, then tell 'em it's Christian music!
Ben Watts5 Stars Out Of 5January 24, 2010Ben Wattsawsome guitar! and heavy sound! lyrics are very well done really hit home and focus on important topics