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Audio CD-Southern Hospitality

By Disciple (Artist)
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Record Label   INO Records
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 4.8" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.4"
Weight:   0.2 lbs.
Binding  CD
Release Date   Oct 21, 2008
Publisher   Provident-Integrity Distribut
ISBN  000516107X  
EAN  0000768450826  
UPC  000768450826  

Availability  0 units.

Track Names
1.  Southern Hospitality
2.  Romance Me
3.  321
4.  Whisper So Loud
5.  Whatever Reason
6.  Phoenix Rising
7.  Liar
8.  Falling Star
9.  Right There
10.  On My Way Down
11.  Lay My Burdens
12.  Savior

Item Description...
1 Southern Hospitality
2 321
3 Romance Me
4 Sunshine
5 Whisper
6 Across The Fire
7 Lay My Burdens
8 Whatever Reason
9 Liar
10 Savior
11 Phoenix Rising
12 Falling Star

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The Finest in Christian Metal... And Just Metal.  Mar 4, 2010
To be fair, the Christian metal genre has largely been ignored - and for good reason. What little exists is usually so "yawn-worthy" and generic that it would really only appeal to the most devoted (or uninitiated) fans. The Christian southern metal genre simply has not ever existed... Until now.

Disciple, after an easily ignorable metal-core outing on "Scars Remain," just took the standards for Christian metal light years away. Unique in that it has a definite blues and southern rock influence throughout, "Southern Hospitality" has all the grinding riffs, pounding drums, scorching guitar solos, and gritty vocals any metal lover could ever hope for in an album. It certainly doesn't take a Lynyrd Skynyrd fan to like what's here - anyone with an ear for solid, adrenaline-pumping metal will really find a lot to love on this album; the southern rock influences only provide seasoning for an already tasty package.

There is plenty of variety to be found here on this disc, as well. "Whatever Reason" slows things down a bit, and while it is not the strongest track here, it's as solid as any critically-acclaimed contemporary Christian track to come down the line. "Right There" is a beautiful piece of guitar-driven pop-rock. "Lay My Burdens" has a fantastic southern-fried attitude to it that is sure to please anyone with a taste for rock and roll and iced tea. "Savior" slows things down for a folksy, acoustic finale.

But on the more aggressive side of things, "Romance Me" and "On My Way Down" are fast and furious pieces of raucous, late-90s heavy metal. "Southern Hospitality" breaks things down with an infectious, swinging syncopation without sacrificing fierce riffage and thick rhythms. "Liar" pounds out a darker melody and hints at speed metal at times. "321" is the penultimate stadium-rock anthem without the ever letting the lyrics feel overly contrived. "Whisper So Loud" continues the theme with one of the best southern-rock introductory riffs ever. "Pheonix Rising" and "Falling Star" are positive and upbeat in all the right ways.

In fact, if you have any interest in classic metal at all, "Southern Hospitality" hits all the marks high without sacrificing its mainstream palatability at all. Everything from the riffs to the beats to the lyrics to the production all feel thoroughly perfected. This is one of the few albums that I feel really deserves all five "rock-on" hand gestures... Out of five.

Genre: Metal / Southern Rock / Christian
Objectionable Content: Minimal
Recommended: Highly
Anything But Genteel  Sep 25, 2009
I've been a Disciple fan for some time now. With each album they've released, I've been more and more impressed. That goes for their latest album as well. "Southern Hospitality" is driving, bottom-heavy rock n' roll coupled with powerful ballads that don't slack off from the rest of the album.

The title track opens things up, giving the listener a wake-up call. From there, three more pulse-pounders, including the anthemic "321," drive home Disciple's message. After that, the wonderful ballad, "Whatever Reason," slows things down a bit only to have the speed taken right back up with rockers like "Phoenix Rising" and "On My Way Down."

Other highlights include "Liar" and "Savior."

With a name like "Southern Hospitality," you'd expect a few bluesy, Skynyrd or Molly Hatchet-inspired tunes. There's a bit of that influence throughout, but the album is primarily a culmination of Disciple's previous two albums with a hard-hitting sound and plenty of radio-ready tracks. The most southern rock song of this bunch is "Lay My Burdens."

Of note on this particular album is the absence of bassist Joey Fife. Israel Beachy takes up the strings for him and sounds great. Brad Noah contributed studio work to the album but has stopped touring with the band. Andrew Welch and Micah Sannan now share duties on the guitars. Kevin Young's vocals on this album sound solid, although there's a bit less screaming than what could be found on "Scars Remain." Tim Barrett's drums get better with each album, and he is the standout performer on this album.

If you enjoy driving rock n' roll with a positive message, check out Disciple's "Southern Hospitality." Not only does it have one of the best album covers to hit the music store in a long time, it's full of great hard rock music. Highly recommended.
Review from an old rocker...  Jul 7, 2009
For years Christians were given mostly hard rock that was sterilized with a poser copycat sound. Nothing memorable, fake, plastic edged. Just in the past 5, 6, 8 years there have been bands and artists that have "brought it" first class. I mean better than what the world says is good (who cares what hollywood says is good anyway?)This album sets the bar again. Real guitar riffs, some guts and glory, it is awesome.

I hear this album and my first observation is that it is Cream of the Crop Rock. I have so many adjectives to use and colorful words to describe what they have done here and the accumulation up to this, but why don't we say this album just plains kicks hard, it can be played over and over and not tire of it, like the albums of old. This is an instant classic.

Good Job boys!!
It grows on you.  Jun 24, 2009
I did not really care for the new sound in this disciple album but as I listened to it more it grew on me and became better the more I listened to it. These guys have been writing music forever and if you buy this album you are going to want to buy the others because these guys are Amazing musicians and great men of faith. Don't just buy this album but buy all of theirs but also go to as many shows as you can meet them talk to them to know their hearts. You will be amazed how God uses them.
Southern Hospitality  Jun 11, 2009
Disciple comes back once again with another fresh twist on hard-rock. You may not know it, but this band has been around since 1992 and have shown us many examples of what hard-rock can be. Southern Hospitality as an album sounds like the name of the album. A couple of the tracks have a southern rock feel to them, but with the hard hitting drums and guitars that we know so well from Disciple albums past. I recommend this album to fans of hard-rock, who enjoy great music with a great message.

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