Orchard Avenue

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Orchard Avenue
📅 Released2 July 2012
⏳ Length13:33
🏷️ LabelParodudes
🤑 ProducerBill Hubauer
ApologetiX chronology
Wise Up and Rock
(2011)
Orchard Avenue
(2012)
20:20 Vision
(2012)

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Orchard Avenue is an EP by Christian parody band ApologetiX composed solely of parodies of songs by The Beatles. The album is only available on the band's website. Only one song, "Ha-Bakk", is entirely new, as the other songs were previously recorded in 1996, but those recordings did not get a wide release until the release of the Rare Not Well Done rarities compilation, also only available on the band's website. [1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by ApologetiX and Lennon–McCartney, except where noted. All tracks produced by Bill Hubauer.

No.TitleWriter(s)Parody ofLength
1."Ha-Bakk" "Get Back"3:15
2."Here Come The Sons"
  • ApologetiX
  • George Harrison
"Here Comes the Sun"3:07
3."Day Kippur" "Day Tripper"2:52
4."Come To Father" "Come Together"4:18

Personnel[edit]

  • J. Jackson: Lead vocals
  • Bill Hubauer: Guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Keith Haynie: Bass
  • Jimmy "Vegas" Tanner: Drums
  • Todd Waites: Keyboards

External links[edit]

  1. [1], New ApologetiX Album "Orchard Avenue"


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