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📅 Released1 October 2009
⏳ Length46:53
🏷️ LabelParodudes
🤑 ProducerBill Hubauer
ApologetiX chronology
Future Tense
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Recovery is the 13th studio album and 16th album overall by Christian parody band ApologetiX. The album art parodies the album art to Electric Light Orchestra's Discovery.

Track listing[edit]

All parody lyrics written by J. Jackson

  1. "Keep Your Arms Steady" - 3:33
    • Parody of "Detroit Rock City" by KISS
  2. "Hurry Home, Wayward Son" - 5:22
    • Parody of "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas
  3. "We Will Walk Through" - 2:03
    • Parody of "We Will Rock You" by Queen
  4. "We're More Than Champions" - 3:05
    • Parody of "We Are the Champions" by Queen
  5. "Come, Whale, Away" - 5:49
    • Parody of "Come Sail Away" by Styx
  6. "Enemy Lines" - 3:30
    • Parody of "Ebony Eyes" by Bob Welch
  7. "Obadiah" - 3:53
    • Parody of "Hold the Line" by Toto
  8. "Time For Me To Die" - 3:38
    • Parody of "Time For Me To Fly" by REO Speedwagon
  9. "So Render (To Caesar)" - 4:51
    • Parody of "Surrender" by Cheap Trick
  10. "Shovin', Crushin', Squeezin'" - 3:43
    • Parody of "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" by Journey
  11. "Not Some Old Fantasy" - 3:12
    • Parody of "Rock & Roll Fantasy" by Bad Company
  12. "Don't Bring Me Cows" - 4:09
    • Parody of "Don't Bring Me Down" by ELO


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

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Dana & Simon Brown: Claps, stomps & chorus vocals on "We Will Walk Through"
  • Debbie & Erin Brown: Claps & stomps on "We Will Walk Through"


  • Produced, mixed & mastered by: Bill Hubauer
  • Engineered by: Rick Witkowski & Anthony Rankin
  • Recorded at: ApologetiX Studios

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