So, a comment on facebook made me take a trip down memory lane. I was really into a Christian music? rap? group when I was growing up called DC Talk. You may have heard of one of the members: Toby Mac. Anyway, here's my story told through Youtube:
I first saw them on the Arsenio Hall show performing this song
Then I bought the CD "Free at Last" and couldn't get enough of this song (a remake of the dooby brothers classic)... especially after seeing them open up for Michael W. Smith:
However, the track that lasted the longest off that album was "The Hardway"
Then Jesus Freak Came out and they figured out how to make pretty cool music videos. This one was directed by the same guy who directed a REALLY vulgar Nine Inch Nails video around the same time:
This video was played on MTV and everyone said it was going to be their "crossover" into mainstream, but that never materialized.
Then they released their final full-scale album that had one of my favorite videos... consume me (a guy I knew in college thought it said "You can sue me")
Before you go, watch their first video ever... it's pretty funny.
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