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Disciple, O God Save Us All

Too many bands fall prey to the age-old conundrum where, if they sound great live, their albums fall short—and if they can craft a great studio recording, they lack the goods to pull it off live. That's what makes the new Disciple release, O God Save Us All, such an achievement: It's a tight, terrific collection of hard-hitting rock songs with a ... Read more in Amazon's Disciple Store

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  • Audio CD (February 25, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Slain Records
  • ASIN: B000A9QLCW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,886 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. By God
2. Not Rock Stars
3. God of Elijah
4. Knocked Down
5. Blow the House Down
6. Coal
7. Can't Breathe
8. Salt Lamp
9. You Are Here
10. Thousand Things
11. 99
12. Whiny Britches
13. You Rock My Socks Off
14. Hate Your Guts
15. Whether You Like It or Not
16. Not Since Breakfast
17. Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired
18. But Wait There's More
19. Rich Man

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I would HIGHLY recommend this CD to anyone who loves to rock and wants to hear a good message.
Andrew R. Geoghegan
The bass booms, the drums drive, the vocals carry you through and wrench your emotions just like good music is supposed to.
Sara Yacks
One time during his preaching he said, "I'm sorry guys but the music is just a ploy to get you here to hear about Jesus."
LarryGoRound

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Hodges on March 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
First of all, Disciple totally rocks! The majority of the album is full of great heavy metal music that hits hard and will totally fulfill your headbanging needs. The guitar riffs are very original and clever, the drums are very good and fast, and Kevin's vocals combine a lot of screaming, talking, and singing to blend with the music seamlessly.

But even moreso, the lyrics of this album truly shine. These guys are very clearly Christians with a purpose, and that purpose is to bring the Word of God to people through their music in ways that are extremely relevant to today's world. Every one of their songs are completely based on scripture; they even have the verses included with their lyrics. I truly love the fact that these guys are totally open and honest about what they're about; they don't beat around the bush about their faith and to just what their songs are about.

"God of Elijah" is one of the highlights on this album. The song tells the story of Elijah and his showdown with Baal (a false idol) worshippers about just whose God is real (1 Kings 18)..... I really love that story, personally, so it's one of the reasons I love this song. But it really is very good!

Also, some of my other favorites are "By God", "Not Rock Stars", "Blow The House Down", "Coal", "You Are Here", "Whiny Britches", "Hate Your Guts" (they're talking about hating Satan), "Whether They Like It Or Not", "Not Since Breakfast", and pretty much all of the rest of them. This is one of those rare CDs you can just put in and let it go all the way through.... it's really that good!

Also, there is a great "power ballad" type of song on here in "Thousand Things" that is really beautiful, but yet still has an edgy rock feel.

All in all, this CD is really just incredible.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
every single verse in this album can be found in the bible in some way. it is the best way to get a message out. every song is awesome with a great way for you to sing along and get pumped up at the same time for God. if you like great southern heavy metal music that likes preaching the Word of God, then you will love this album. there is not one song that is less than awesome. it even has a message at the end of the album. it is just all around awesome.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kate Zehner on August 30, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Other reviewers have done a good job describing the lyrical content: absolutely straight out of the Bible. This is true.

Musically, Disciple has a pretty good sound going. It really is heavy metal, not just a watered-down wannabe version. The lead singer, Kevin Young, is almost rapping a lot of the time, so if you dislike that it will get annoying after 19 tracks.

The only other criticism I have is that while their songs are good they all sound pretty similar. However, if you like that musical archetype you'll probably enjoy this. In short, a fun album to play in the car.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By preacherman on December 3, 2005
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19, count 'em, 19 tracks, ladies and gentlemen, of slammin' hard rock music with no-compromise riffs AND unapologetic Christian lyrics, often done in an imaginative way, but always in your face. a friend gave me this a while back, and for the longest time I just dealt with the first eight or nine tracks -- songs dealing with Elijah's battle with the false prophets, the perils of 'rock stardom,' the work of Jesus... lyrically creative and personally honest, the songs usually focus around minor-keyed crunchy guitar riffs, and the lead vocalist's singing and/or screaming. plus, excellent bass and drum work abounds. (like another product reviewer has said, it's all done very well musically - no 'amateur hour' band timing or production values here.) there are a couple of slower songs to break it up, then it rips back into musical high gear and flat-out proclamation - "I'm not ashamed of the Gospel" indeed. Even has an 'invitation' song on it... No longer musical epics like on "This Might Sting A Little," but a kick-butt album all the same. I wish I would've had this CD a few years back when someone I met complained there weren't any Christian rock records out there worth listening to...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LarryGoRound on November 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
All four of Disciple's albums are just incredible! But the best way to experience this TN band is live and in concert!!! I should know. I've seen them 5 or 6 times live, at one of their favorite venues: Ground Zero in Wichita KS. Rock On!

Not only does the band Rock Your Socks Off, but when Kevin (the lead singer) preaches he doesn't pull any punches. He lays the Word out on the line for you to either accept or reject. One time during his preaching he said, "I'm sorry guys but the music is just a ploy to get you here to hear about Jesus." Amen.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Hodges on November 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First of all, Disciple totally rocks! The majority of the album is full of great heavy metal music that hits hard and will totally fulfill your headbanging needs. The guitar riffs are very original and clever, the drums are very good and fast, and Kevin's vocals combine a lot of screaming, talking, and singing to blend with the music seamlessly.

But even moreso, the lyrics of this album truly shine. These guys are very clearly Christians with a purpose, and that purpose is to bring the Word of God to people through their music in ways that are extremely relevant to today's world. Every one of their songs are completely based on scripture; they even have the verses included with their lyrics. I truly love the fact that these guys are totally open and honest about what they're about; they don't beat around the bush about their faith and to just what their songs are about.

"God of Elijah" is one of the highlights on this album. The song tells the story of Elijah and his showdown with Baal (a false idol) worshippers about just whose God is real (1 Kings 18)..... I really love that story, personally, so it's one of the reasons I love this song. But it really is very good!

Also, some of my other favorites are "By God", "Not Rock Stars", "Blow The House Down", "Coal", "You Are Here", "Whiny Britches", "Hate Your Guts" (they're talking about hating Satan), "Whether They Like It Or Not", "Not Since Breakfast", and pretty much all of the rest of them. This is one of those rare CDs you can just put in and let it go all the way through.... it's really that good!

Also, there is a great "power ballad" type of song on here in "Thousand Things" that is really beautiful, but yet still has an edgy rock feel.

All in all, this CD is really just incredible.
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