Discussion of "Christian Rock" and it's development in the '90s, and a legendary guitarist showing up on a b-side track.
On episode #68, Chip Midnight returns with an album suggestion and interview to go along with it. We check out the 1993 album Merge by For Love Not Lisa, and Chip talks to guitarist Miles.
Merge offers plenty of diversity, but is it too much of a good thing? We cover everything on this episode - how the wrong tours can frustrate a band, our first discussion of "Christian Rock" and it's development in the '90s, and a legendary guitarist showing up on a b-side track.
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