Couple of music questions.

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  1. waloshin macrumors 68040

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    Does anybody know any good Christian Rock bands other then Reliant K?

    And anybody here like the old Our Lady Peace , such as 4 am, super mans dead, clumsy, theif, automatic flowers...?
     
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    Flyleaf and Skillet. (I don't know if Skillet's good, I just know that they're Christian rock.)
     
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    This^^^

    Pretty good.

    "priest"... religious... christian....:rolleyes: ;) :D
     
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    Wally, don't you listen to Death Metal?
    I mean, we all have our variations in music, even extreme contrasts, but this is a bit odd.

    You're a riddle wrapped up in an enigma. :)
     
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    Oddity is a good thing. Keeps people on their toes. My own tastes range from Mannheim Steamroller to Skinny Puppy, from Howard Jones to Public Enemy, from Limp Bizkit to RuPaul. It's all about the mood that's striking.

    Besides, isn't it Black Metal that occasionally features Anti-Christian themes, not Death Metal?
    (Paging Hellhammer to this thread for expert opinion...)

    Oh, and to the OP: Have you considered The Echoing Green? They're more synthpop than rock, I'll admit (although they do feature electric guitar now and then); and they have Christian themes but are not "preachy" about it.
     
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    I do like the "old" Our Lady Peace, but I like almost everything they've put out.

    Had not heard of them until last year though, so that's probably why I couldn't care less about old or new.
     
  14. AdrianK, Sep 29, 2011
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    I do enjoy Flyleaf, even though Christian rock is not something I'm a fan of.
     
  15. ejb190 macrumors 65816

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    Let's see...
    Third Day - More along the lines of Southern Rock. They are know to play Lynyrd Skynyrd songs in concert. (Conspirecy Number 5 is their hardest album)
    Toby Mac - A bit more on the Rap side, but still rocks
    Phil Keggy - guitar virtuoso who dabbles in a lot of different styles
    Newworldson
    Tree 63 - Though they broke up a few years back
    Fireflight is really good
    P.O.D.
    DeGarmo & Key and Petra if you are looking for Old School
    Audio Adrenaline - Another one that broke up, but man, they were great!
    Switchfoot has been mentioned
    And if you like Thousand Foot Crutch, check out FM Static
    And of course... Superchick
     
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    What about "Red". I hear they're a Christian group.
     
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    I didn't know there was good Christian rock music.
     

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