Future Tense

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Future Tense
📅 ReleasedJuly 2008
⏳ Length45:30
🏷️ LabelParodudes
🤑 ProducerBill Hubauer
ApologetiX chronology
Chosen Ones
(2007)
Future Tense
(2008)
Recovery
(2009)

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Future Tense is the 12th studio album and 15th album overall by Christian parody band ApologetiX. The album is their first without long-time lead guitarist & producer Karl Messner, who left in September 2007 to focus on his family.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All parody lyrics written by J. Jackson

  1. "Turning a Little Seasick" - 3:16
    • Parody of "Dirty Little Secret" by The All-American Rejects
  2. "Land of Delusion" - 4:45
    • Parody of "Land of Confusion" by Genesis based on the version by Disturbed
  3. "More Than a Healing" - 4:46
    • Parody of "More Than a Feeling" by Boston
  4. "Stupid's Stronghold/Reckless In America" - 3:58
    • Parody of "Cupid's Chokehold" by Gym Class Heroes
  5. "Miss Martha" - 3:22
    • Parody of "Miss Murder" by AFI
  6. "Iraq & Iran" - 4:14
    • Parody of "Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp
  7. "The Tablecloth (Peter's Vision)" - 3:53
    • Parody of "Over My Head (Cable Car)" by The Fray
  8. "Transplants" - 2:59
    • Parody of "Dance, Dance" by Fall Out Boy
  9. "Bethlehem's Boy" - 3:51
    • Parody of "My Best Friend's Girl" by The Cars
  10. "Tip From An Angel" - 4:07
    • Parody of "Lips of an Angel" by Hinder
  11. "Try Micah" - 2:32
  12. "Animals I Have Begun" - 3:43
    • Parody of "Animal I Have Become" by Three Days Grace

Personnel[edit]

  • J. Jackson: Lead vocals
  • Bill Hubauer: Guitar, keyboards, background vocals
  • Keith Haynie: Bass
  • Jimmy "Vegas" Tanner: Drums, percussion

Production[edit]

  • Produced, mixed & mastered by: Bill Hubauer
  • Engineered by: Jim Haydon
  • Recorded at: ApologetiX Studios

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