Tuesday, September 27, 2005

A Collision

I'm a bit hard to please when it comes to worship music, although I acknowledge that the music isn't for me. One artist I really like is David Crowder. As I was driving to work this morning I played the Illuminate CD, his last album. I haven't listened to it in a while and, it blew me away. It's so fresh. I found myself singing within moments. I thought I'd look them up to see when their new album was coming out. So I went to their website to find out that the release date is, in fact, today. By the way - if you buy it on iTunes, you get a video and a booklet. I feel bad not going to Saltmine to pick it up there, but things are tight at the moment and I can't turn down $10 for 20 tracks. I'll continue buying books there. That will help me sleep at night. I think Mardel are the Wal-Mart of stores that sell Christian stuff - so I won't go there. Happy now?!

11 Comments:

Blogger Ben said...

What's wrong with Wal Mart and Mardel? Sheesh! Snobbery at it's worst!

6:56 PM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

The big corporate guys driving out the little guys. The little independent guys at Saltmine will probably always be in the shadow of Mardel.
Although, I did shop at Mardel 2 weeks ago to get a book. And, come to think of it - I did get my food from the Wal-Mart food court today. And I did buy some music from the iTunes store.

So, call me evil.
Call me Mr. America.
Call me what you like.

7:15 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Waaaahaaahaaa waaahaaahaaaa...

Eeeevillll Capitalist!

7:24 PM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

*sniff sniff, I even drink Starbucks coffee sometimes...I'm starving 3rd world coffee farmers.

Actually, I looked up 3rd world countries on the internet - turns out - there are none! Just what I suspected!

7:37 PM  
Blogger timsamoff said...

Psst, Andy... Don't you know that all of the hep Christians are calling it St. Arbuck's now. ;)

8:08 AM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

St. Arbuck's, eh? I will definately feel better about throwing money at the evil corp now!
He's an evil saint!
Muuuhahahahaa.

4:13 PM  
Anonymous Heath Casey said...

it's funny how wal-mart develops a way to bring the lowest prices on everyday goods to the consumers, yet they still find a way to be pissed about it.

8:29 AM  
Blogger masspew said...

isle seven, next to the feminine hygiene products.

6:09 PM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

This album was at number 3 in the iTunes charts earlier this week. It's still in the top ten at number 5 I think.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Heath Casey said...

I just got the new album last night. He played "Here Is Our King" at the concert we went to!

He is coming to Olathe in Nov.

7:30 AM  
Blogger Andy Michael said...

I love singing that song at church.
Hope to attend the concert. Maybe they'll have a little more energy on stage this time around.

1:36 PM  

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