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The 18 Songs

1. Hotel Can't Afford Ya
Parody of "Hotel California" by The Eagles

2. Go Right Now
Parody of "All Right Now" by Free

3. Apostle Me
Parody of "Rock 'n Me" by Steve Miller Band

4. Jesus (Sermon on the Mount)
Parody of "Venus" by Shocking Blue

5. Temple Physician
Parody of "Pinball Wizard" by The Who

6. Love & Kisses
Parody of "Rock and Roll All Night" by Kiss

7. Parable Guy
Parody of "American Pie" by Don McLean
Lyrics | MP3

8. I'll Prepare for You
Parody of "I'll Be There for You" by The Rembrandts

9. I Have to Die First
Parody of "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor

10. Didn't Just Die
Parody of "Live and Let Die" by Paul McCartney & Wings

11. Died and Rose
Parody of "China Grove" by Doobie Brothers

12. You May be Bright
Parody of "You May be Right" by Billy Joel
Lyrics | MP3

13. L.S.F.
Parody of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by The Beatles

14. Spirit Inside
Parody of "Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum

15. Walk His Way
Parody of "Walk This Way" by Aerosmith

16. John 1:1
Parody of "Fun, Fun, Fun" by Beach Boys

17. Narrow Way to Heaven
Parody of "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin

18. Fakey Shaky Parts
Parody of "Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus

Jesus Christ Morningstar

"Jesus Christ Morningstar" has its roots in the '60's and '70's. That's where most of its music came from, and that's when "Jesus Christ Superstar" came out. For many, "Superstar" was an introduction to Christian rock or even to the Gospel itself. Sure, the lyrics took some liberties with the Bible, but God still used it draw people to Christ.

But Jesus was so much more than just a superstar. He called Himself many things -- the Son of Man, the Good Shepherd, the Way, the Truth and the Life -- but the last name He uses in the Bible is "the Morning Star" (Revelation 22:16).

"Superstar" focused on the humanity of Christ. "Morningstar" focuses on His divinity. "Superstar" took us to the crucifixion. "Morningstar" takes us further ... to the resurrection, the ascension, Pentecost and beyond. "Superstar" asks Jesus, "Do you think you're who they say you are?" "Morningstar" asks the listener, "Do you think He's who He said He was?"

Of course, we can only fit 74 minutes of music on a CD. If all the things that Jesus did were described, I suppose all the CDs in the world couldn't contain them! But we've chosen some main points, and we've tried to imagine them being told from the perspective of the people who knew Him best -- His friends and disciples It is their humanity that we primarily focus on in "Morningstar" -- and that's appropriate, because it was humanity in general that was the focus of Jesus' mission:

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." (John 3:16) (NIV)