|1||Leviticus Can't Be Done (Parody of "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" by The Spin Doctors)|
|2||Phony Ol' Lie (Parody of "Lonely Ol' Night" by John Cougar Mellencamp)|
|3||Makes Me Cranky (Parody of "Hanky Panky" by Tommy James & the Shondells)|
|4||Remember (Lot's Wife) (Parody of "December" by Collective Soul)|
|5||Role Never Changes "Parody of "Roll with the Changes" by REO Speedwagon)|
|6||Feels Like in First John (Parody of "Feels like the First Time" by Foreigner)|
|7||Learning Blasphemies (Parody of "Turning Japanese" by The Vapors)|
|8||Ground Shook Here (Parody of "Brown Sugar" by The Rolling Stones)|
|9||Selling the Dogma (Parody of "Selling the Drama" by Live)|
|10||Lethargy (Parody of "Refugee" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)|
|11||Confiscated (Parody of "Complicated" by Avril Lavigne)|
|12||Noah Man (Parody of "Nowhere Man" by The Beatles)|
Zebras are controversial. Americans pronounce it "zee-bra," other English-speaking nations pronounce it "zeh-bra." Some folks say zebras are white with black stripes (based on underbellies); others say they're black with white stripes (based on embryos).
One thing we can all agree on is they're not gray. Or is it grey? We can't even agree on the spelling. "Grey" is more popular with the English; "gray" is more popular with Americans. But that's enough horsing around.
This album's title was inspired by another, Black and White in a Grey World (released in 1985 by Leslie Phillips) -- a great way to describe the challenges we face living a Christian life in a world that rejects moral absolutes.
Christians are controversial, too. Referees are sometimes referred to as "zebras," and we're about as popular with the crowd as they are. Moses heard the same thing back in Exodus 2:14: "Who made you ruler and judge over us?"
As zebras in the world, we have to be just as cautious as zebras in the wild. As 1 Peter 5:8 says, "Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour."
However, we do have this encouragement: "Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you" (James 4:7). That's how we earn our stripes.
Zebraic - ApologetiX. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. ApologetiX is a Christian parody band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The band was founded in 1992, and since then, has played in almost all 50 states, released 35 studio albums, and built up a fan club that includes over 65,000 people. The band is currently composed of J. Jackson on vocals, Keith Haynie on bass guitar, Jimmy Vegas Tanner on drums, Bill Hubauer and Chris VonBartheld on keyboard, and Tom Milnes and Tom Tincha . TNT, both on lead guitar. Album 2017 12 Songs. Christian & Gospel free to ApologetiX Zebraic Remember Lot's Wife, Confiscated and more. 12 tracks 46:07. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and . Release group by ApologetiX. Zebraic, 2017. Confiscated, 04:05. Ground Shook Here, 03:51. Album by ApologetiX. Remember Lot's Wife. Ground Shook Here. Learning Blasphemies. Feels Like in First John. Leviticus Can't Be Done. Noah Man. Makes Me Cranky. Selling the Dogma. Role Never Changes. Phony Ol' Lie. search for ApologetiX , Zebraic. Album Release Dates. Independent Music Independent Music. Very Vicarious, 2017. Only A Glorified Cover Band, 2016. Early ApologetiX Get Your Wigs, 1992. Other Projects. 70x7 Jerry Hayostek, B