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Top 5 Switchfoot Songs

Not long ago, I did a post on my top 5 Relient K songs. I realised that this is actually a good way to get a taste of a band without having to listen to an entire album or catalogue of their music. (I know we’re pretending that people read my blog here so that this use will actually get… well, used. But hey, it’s fun to write! :D )

So here’s my top 5 Switchfoot songs. This is the band I listen to the most. To summarise, Jon Foreman writes meaningful, insightful lyrics about the state of the world, culture and human nature, and ties it into memorable melodies that aren’t cheesy. Great modern rock stuff! Continue reading

Top 5 Relient K Songs

Relient K are a great band, talented at both the hilarious and the thought-provoking. So I thought I’d list my favourite five songs of theirs here, for you to inspect if you so wish :)

I Celebrate the Day

This video extends the intro a bit beyond the original recording, but nonetheless, it’s probably the most contextual Christmas song written in many years. I say contextual cause it looks at the entire purpose for which Jesus came, and not just the cute baby side of things. “I celebrate the day that You were born to die so I could one day pray for You to save my life.” Continue reading

My Birthday Wishlist :) hehe

IF anyone feels so inclined to get me a present for my 21st (which you are in no way obligated to do), here are some suggestions:

  • iTunes vouchers
  • CD & DVD Store Vouchers
  • Any of the following books by Ted Dekker: Adam, Heaven’s Wager, When Heaven Weeps, Thunder of Heaven, Martyr’s Song, Thr3e, House, Kiss, Boneman’s Daughters, Green, Lunatic, Elyon, Blessed Child, A Man Called Blessed. That’s about 16 to choose from hehe.
  • Flight of the Conchords Season 2 DVDs

If you win the lottery between now and my birthday, feel free to get me any or all of the following: Continue reading