Crowd shot masthead ApologetiX Logo Keith Haynie plays bassBill Hubauer plays lead guitarJ. Jackson sings leadJimmy Vegas Tanner plays drums
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1997

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The 21 Songs

1. Come Out and Pray
Parody of "Come Out and Play" by The Offspring
Lyrics | MP3

2. All ApologetiX
Parody of "All Apologies" by Nirvana
Lyrics

3. Naomi Gonna Be with Ruth
Parody of "Only Wanna Be With You" by Hootie & the Blowfish
Lyrics | MP3

4. Shepherd's Paradise
Parody of "Gangsta's Paradise" by Coolio
Lyrics

5. Counting Blessings
Parody of "Counting Blue Cars" by Dishwalla
Lyrics

6. Plump
Parody of "Lump" by Presidents of the United States of America
Lyrics | MP3

7. Letterman
Parody of "Betterman" by Pearl Jam
Lyrics

8. People
Parody of "Pepper" by Buttonhole Surfers
Lyrics

9. Big Deal
Parody of "Big Me" by Foo Fighters
Lyrics

10. Little Sins
Parody of "Little Things" by Bush
Lyrics

11. Stupid World
Parody of "Stupid Girl" by Garbage
Lyrics

12. A Lie
Parody of "Alive" by Pearl Jam
Lyrics

13. Preachers
Parody of "Peaches" by Presidents of the United States of America
Lyrics

14. Who's There
Parody of "Loser" by Beck
Lyrics

15. Heaven Isn't Like That
Parody of "Shine" by Collective Soul
Lyrics

16. No Chain
Parody of "No Rain" by Blind Melon
Lyrics

17. Young as You Are
Parody of "Come As You Are" by Nirvana
Lyrics | MP3

18. Casket Place
Parody of "Basket Case" by Green Day
Lyrics

19. Lightning Flashes
Parody of "Lightning Crashes" by Live
Lyrics

20. Inyerface Love Song
Parody of "Interstate Love Song" by Stone Temple Pilots
Lyrics

21. You Gotta Go
Parody of "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette
Lyrics

Ticked
1997

We started writing songs for Ticked in the late summer of 1994 as our foray into alternative music. The project developed in an interesting way; whereas most of our previous parodies had told specific Bible stories, many of the new parodies addressed Biblical issues (suicide, atheism, evolution, hypocrisy, the end of the world, separation of church and state, etc.) Although people always expect humor from us, many of these songs had a jagged little attitude, hence the name, Ticked. In the three years that followed, we waited for the proper equipment and finances to record, while weathering some personnel changes, too. Some of the songs written for Ticked endured, some didn't, and new ones were added ... but the title stayed.