Adam Up

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Adam Up
Studio album by ApologetiX
Released December 2003
Genre Christian
Length 77:31
Label Parodudes
Producer Karl Vaughn Messner
ApologetiX chronology
Grace Period
(2002)
Adam Up
(2003)
New & Used Hits: The Best of ApologetiX Vol. 1 & 2
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cross Rhythms 8/10 stars[1]
The Phantom Tollbooth 5/5 stars[2]

Adam Up is the ninth studio album by ApologetiX released in 2003. Four songs would be featured on their next album (though "Wherever You Will Sow" was a live version), while another three were later included on their first live album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "We're In a Parody Band" – 3:27
  2. "Lifestyles of The Rich & Nameless" – 3:10
  3. "Boy, Tell The World" – 2:52
  4. "Choose Your Daddy" – 3:06
  5. "Meshach" – 4:22
  6. "I'm Gonna Feed (500 Mouths)" – 3:33
  7. "Get Found Tonight" – 3:13
  8. "Look Yourself" – 4:55
  9. "Should I Pray or Should I Go?" – 3:08
  10. "The Spittle" – 2:48
  11. "Sweet Oholibamah" – 4:44
  12. "It's Not Eden" – 3:38
  13. "Listening After Midnight" – 3:32
  14. "Psum 14" – 3:01
  15. "The Word" – 3:21
  16. "Wherever You Will Sow" – 3:25
  17. "Wake Up, Talitha Cumi" – 2:02
  18. "Guide The Way" – 3:37
  19. "Little-Read Bible Book" – 2:42
  20. "Downer of a Sister" – 3:31
  21. "Lazy Brain" – 4:51
  22. "Called My Wife" – 4:23

Personnel[edit]

  • J. Jackson: Lead vocals
  • Karl Messner: Guitar, background vocals
  • Keith Haynie: Bass
  • Bill Rieger: Drums, percussion

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Bill Hubauer: Keyboards
  • Everlife: Female vocals on "Choose Your Daddy", "Meshach", "Get Found Tonight" & "Sweet Oholibama"
  • Steve Carroll: Keyboards on "Boy, Tell The World"
  • Krista Haynie: Female vocals on "The Word"
  • Debbie Messner & Chris Rieger: Additional female vocals on "Get Found Tonight" & "Sweet Oholibama"

Production[edit]

  • Produced & engineered by: Karl Messner
  • Mastered by: Ron Jagger
  • Recorded at: ApologetiX Studios

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lilford, Ben (May 2004). "ApologetiX - Adam Up". Cross Rhythms (80). 
  2. ^ Chromey, Rick (January 2004). "Review of Adam Up". 

External links[edit]