Resurrection Band (Rez Band) - Mommy Don't Love Daddy Anymore (Pre-Owned Vinyl)
- For fans of Blue Oyster Cult, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Daniel Band, and Jerusalem
- Pre-Owned Vinyl. Sleeve G cond. Vinyl VG++ cond.
- Original Pressing 1981
- Corner damage in the bottom right.
ABOUT THE ALBUM
One of Resurrection Band's best albums in part because no Christian band in 1981 was touching topics like divorce, being disabled, or being dirt poor like Rez. Mommy Don?t Love.... deals with many injustices lyrically and musically. It;s hard, fast, and bluesy with metal sensibilities. No one rocked like Resurrection Band. Originally released in 1981 on Light Records, the album focuses on relationships.
Mommy Don't Love Daddy Anymore, offers social commentary on the painful realities of the American culture of divorce. The Chair offers a troubling statement of how a person with physical disabilities responds to being a target for social pity. While The Crossing describes the self-denial necessary to achieve emotional peace. And as hard hitting as the band is lyrically, they rip just as hard musically. It's because of albums like Mommy that Resurrection Band offers the very definition of Christian music's classic rock.
- Stark/Spare 3:42
- Elevator Muzik 1:55
- Alienated 2:02
- Can't Get You Outta My Mind 2:52
- The Chair 5:06
- Can't Do It On My Own 2:50
- First Degree Apathy 3:03
- Mommy Don't Love Daddy Anymore 4:23
- The Crossing 3:48
- Little Children 2:36