Disciple - Southern Hospitality (Limited Run Vinyl) FIRST TIME ON VINYL!

$36.00

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  • FIRST TIME ON VINYL
  • Heavyweight Virgin Black Audiophile Pressing
  • Limited Run Vinyl™
  • 12"x12" Printed Insert with Lyrics
  • Polylined Sleeve
  • Release Date: OCT 31, 2022
  • Product ID: GR1139LP
  • Officially Licensed Product
  • Worked Directly With The Band

Disciple went from being just another hard rock and metal band in the mid nineties to being a force to be reckoned with. They are like a finely tuned muscle car.  Early on you need to make tweaks to the carburetors, change the oil and install new spark plugs to get that engine to purr. Once all that work is done. just light up those rubber tires and go.  Playing nearly every venue possible spreading the good news and rockin’ hard.  By 2005 they were beginning to find their groove with three number one songs and two Dove Award nominations.  In 2006 they hit gold with the song GAME ON, licensed by numerous shows and commercials including WWE, NFL and CSI: Miami found on Scars Remain. Thankfully, Disciple never called it quits, working tirelessly and  touring non-stop all while making new albums.

SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY

 In 2008 Southern Hospitality dropped and gave us some of the bands great songs, such as their huge fist pumping song 321, the heavy hitting ballad Whatever the Reason and one of my favorites Lay My Burden’s Down, a bluesy rocker and that give you gosebumps guaranteed. Make no mistake about it,  just because they were well into their discography in 2008, doesn't mean this album is forgettable. Nothing could be further from the truth. IMO one of their best pieces of work is Southern Hospitality. On vinyl for the first time, it's going to be an experience like no other.

SIDE A  
1. Southern Hospitality 3:30
2. Romance Me 3:32
3. 321 4:18
4. Whisper So Loud 3:39  
5. Whatever Reason 3:18
6. Phoenix Rising 3:45

SIDE B  
1. Liar 3:57
2. Falling Star 3:44
3. Right There 3:22
4. On My Way Down 3:47
5. Lay My Burdens 4:45
6. Savior  4:21

KEVIN YOUNG - Vocals
BRAD NOAH - Lead Guitar
ANDREW WELCH - Guitar
MICAH SANNAN - Guitar
ISRAEL BEACHY - Bass
TIM BARRETT - Drums



PRODUCED BY Travis Wyrick
MIXED BY Joe Barresi
RECORDED AT Lakeside Studios
ENGINEERED BY Travis Wyrick, Mike Dearing
MASTERED BY Adam Ayan
STRINGS ARRANGEMENT ON SAVIOR Jay Pheifer
GANG VOCALS Doug Mentzer, Matt Brewster, Jordan Beach
CHOIR Kenny Springs, Evelyn Jack, Angel Leona Higgs,
Morgan Jack, Lester Estelle
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Jeff Moseley
A&R James Rueger
CREATIVE DIRECTOR Dana Salsedo
DESIGN Joshua M. Smith
PHOTOGRAPHY Caleb Kuhl
GROOMING Stephanie Barnes
WARDROBE Rya Ehle

LEGENDS OF ROCK SERIES
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Greg Hays
REMASTERED BY Rob Colwell @ Bombworks Sound
LAYOUT & DESIGN Scott Waters @ NoLifeTilMetal


ALL SONGS WRITTEN BY
DISCIPLE

©2008 Newspring • NYB Publishing (ASCAP) admin by Newspring

Except
Phoenix Rising: Disciple & Jake Seipel
©2008 Jake Seipel Publishing Designee

Romance Me: Disciple & Joey Fife
©2008 Newspring • NYB Publishing (ASCAP) admin by Newspring

Romance Me, right there, on my way down:
Disciple & Travis Wyrick ©2008 Roxpie Publishing (ASCAP)


Note: Regarding our lyrics, we try to write songs that are passionate, genuine, and from the heart. We like to write songs about real situations that people face in everyday life. We also understand that we are role-models and we want our music to point to our faith in Jesus. With that being said, I felt it would be good to add a note on the subject of forgiveness. When I wrote this song I was struggling with forgiveness and wrote the line, “I will forgive you, but it’s gonna take some time.” This was an honest evaluation of where my heart was at the time. But it is God’s will for us to forgive immediately. Sometimes it is hard to do that. As followers of Christ we are called to forgive at all costs. In light of Matthew 18:21-35, it is very clear that God has forgiven all of us of a multitude of sins, and that He expects us to forgive just as He has forgiven us.  


        

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