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  • Praise and Worship Music?

    all jokes aside please.

    what is the quint essential of this "genre"? i dont see it as a genre... it is just some dreamy pop, sometimes rock and the band members are clean-living players baptized who like to rock churches?

    or what?

    so who can tell me more about the music - which style is that, what are the common scales etc.

     

    Gospel-music is a genre for sure where a bunch of good soul singers act together - its nice...

     

    but for real? makes the place where you play music and the lyrics a own genre?

     

    maybe i never heard P&W stuff, but it is simple pop music.

     

    lets talk about!

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  • #2
    Well I'm about to go play some! If you are talking P&W at a church service, I consider that different than just Christian music. But like anything else there is variations in the genre.

    Here is our set today -

    Freedom is Here - Hillsong
    Filled With Your Glory - Starfield
    Holy - Matt Redman
    Fire Fall Down - Hillsong

    we would be considered contemporary but even in that term it ranges.

    Check out -
    Hillsong
    Jesus Culture
    Matt Redman
    Tim Hughes
    Chris Tomlin

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    • sparkfriction
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      thanks for the input James. i ask because i read so foten about it but dont understand it...


  • #3
    Sweet mother****************ing Jesus. That's what it's about.

    All the lyrics are about sliding throbbing members down the lords gullet. They LOVE him, you know?
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    • BrentMpls
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      TomVanDeven wrote:
      Sweet mother****************ing Jesus. That's what it's about.

      All the lyrics are about sliding throbbing members down the lords gullet. They LOVE him, you know?

       

      You've got some pent up anger. 


  • #4
    That's racist

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    • ispunk
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      Where is SAL when you need him?

  • #5
    whoop
    nonlocality.bandcamp.com

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    • #6
      David Koresh played p&w. I actually had the chance to buy a Carvin he had with the White House going up in flames.

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      • #7
        I am a fairly religious person and I am tolerant of people with different thoughts.

        Most of the p&w well known bands seem to be selling to a fan base that may like their music but is buying the message. Kind of like how I knew a lot of lesbians who felt obligated to be indigo girls fans or my Irish relatives buy U2 records. Some like the music but tend to be fans for a variety of reasons. I can kind of understand it but it is weird to me.

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        • #8
          in after eti
          nonlocality.bandcamp.com

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          • #9
            Matthew 18:3
            Then he said, "I tell you the truth, unless you turn from your sins and become like little children, you will never get into the Kingdom of Heaven.

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            • Player99
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              Goodhonk TGP
              Then he said,"If thoust is listening to Klon demo one must remember to turn computer speakers up to the edge of breakup."



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            • boytbpc
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              goodhonk wrote:
              Matthew 18:3
              Then he said, "I tell you the truth, unless you turn from your sins and become like little children, you will never get into the Kingdom of Heaven.

              I love playing this game:

              First you must start with good ol' Matthew 5:18, you know the one, about how not one iota or tittle of the old laws of Moses shall be neglected.  Then move onto the good stuff. 

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