For the Glory
Artist The OC Supertones. Release Date November 2, 2012. Label BEC Recordings. ListenPurchase. The OC Supertones have picked up where they left off, which is embarrassing.
The Alternative Music Label That Shaped Evangelical Culture
Tooth & Nail Records let Christian teenagers be both safe and subversive.
59's “Blue Collar Love” and the raucous anarchy of MxPx's “Punk Rawk Show”; the paranoid shouts of Roadside Monument and the high-energy ska of the OC Supertones; the guttural
Does the World Really Want a New Supertones Album?
Yes, it's overtly Christian. Yes, it's ska. Yes, this is 2012. And they know it.
It's been over a decade since ska music—including a few Christian bands that excelled in the genre—peaked, but that hasn't stopped the OC Supertones from mostly plugging right
Top 12 Christian Music Albums of 2002
It's worth mentioning that this album was independently released in April 2001. However, it was only widely distributed beginning June 2002. We also suspect that most critics did not fairly consider Psalms for their 2001 best-of lists because it was an independent release at the time.
Gersh By Surprise — Joy Williams City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia — Various Artists Collaborations — KJ-52 The Fault Is History — Souljahz Hi-Fi Revival — The OC Supertones Last One
Top 12 Christian Albums of 2002
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review here. #6 Hi-Fi Revival. The OC Supertones Tooth & Nail Records. The first time I listened to Hi-Fi Revival, I think it knocked me into a brief coma. This