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Disciple's second album This Might Sting a Little (1999), generated them two GMA Dove Award nominations and two Number 1 Christian rock hit songs with "I Just Know" and "Big Bad Wolf." This Might Sting A Little is the only Disciple album to contain no ballads whatsoever but what it lacks in ballads it makes up for in intense metal riffs with a punch in the mouth revelation. No punches are pulled in this razor sharp collection of tracks that strip away ambiguity to tell it like it like it is. Blending a hard rock style with massive grooves and a Rage Against the Machine vocal attack these guys rose to be the premier Christian groove/ semi-rapcore band of the decade. Where the My Daddy Can Whip Your Daddy EP (Warner, 1997) anchored their credibility as a musical act, it wasn't until 1999 and the release of Sting where Disciple established with boldness that they were a ministry band first and foremost - the songs possessed a massive message with a massive musical force to propel them with clarity to the world. - Jonathan "Doc" Swank, Heaven's Metal Magazine
Disciple's second album This Might Sting a Little (1999), generated them two GMA Dove Award nominations and two Number 1 Christian rock hit songs with "I Just Know" and "Big Bad Wolf." This Might Sting A Little is the only Disciple album to contain no ballads whatsoever but what it lacks in ballads it makes up for in intense metal riffs with a punch in the mouth revelation. No punches are pulled in this razor sharp collection of tracks that strip away ambiguity to tell it like it like it is. Blending a hard rock style with massive grooves and a Rage Against the Machine vocal attack these guys rose to be the premier Christian groove/ semi-rapcore band of the decade. Where the My Daddy Can Whip Your Daddy EP (Warner, 1997) anchored their credibility as a musical act, it wasn't until 1999 and the release of Sting where Disciple established with boldness that they were a ministry band first and foremost - the songs possessed a massive message with a massive musical force to propel them with clarity to the world. - Jonathan "Doc" Swank, Heaven's Metal Magazine
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This Might Sting A Little [Remastered]
Artist: Disicple
Format: CD
New: in stock $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Just Know
2. Golden Calf
3. Big Bad Wolf
4. 1, 2, Conducto
5. Mud Puddle
6. Worship Conspiracy
7. 10 Minute Oil Change
8. Turmoil
9. Hello
10. Bernie's Situation
11. Underneath /Furthermore

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Disciple's second album This Might Sting a Little (1999), generated them two GMA Dove Award nominations and two Number 1 Christian rock hit songs with "I Just Know" and "Big Bad Wolf." This Might Sting A Little is the only Disciple album to contain no ballads whatsoever but what it lacks in ballads it makes up for in intense metal riffs with a punch in the mouth revelation. No punches are pulled in this razor sharp collection of tracks that strip away ambiguity to tell it like it like it is. Blending a hard rock style with massive grooves and a Rage Against the Machine vocal attack these guys rose to be the premier Christian groove/ semi-rapcore band of the decade. Where the My Daddy Can Whip Your Daddy EP (Warner, 1997) anchored their credibility as a musical act, it wasn't until 1999 and the release of Sting where Disciple established with boldness that they were a ministry band first and foremost - the songs possessed a massive message with a massive musical force to propel them with clarity to the world. - Jonathan "Doc" Swank, Heaven's Metal Magazine
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