Monday, September 26, 2011

"Get some haircuts on your kids! Teach 'em some decent music!"

(Vote for "M4M Idol"! You've got 'til Oct. 6.)

This nearly hour-long sermon starts off nicely enough, before we get to juicy quotes concerning: dirty stinkin' hippie beatniks! The Communist conspiracy! 15 minutes in we get to hatin' on The Beatles and rock music. "DIRTY FILTHY VILE ROCK FESTIVALS...are bent on destroying America." Hey, botanists! We learn about how rock music kills plants - it's been scientifically proven! He recites almost all the lyrics to "Back in the USSR" and "White Rabbit" ("Feed your head! Feed your head!"). He pronounces Bob Dylan's name "Bobby DIE-lin" and Phil Ochs "Phil Oh-cha," and screams about LSD. First time I've heard a preacher quoting Frank Zappa.

Communism did fall - clearly it was no match for Pastor Jack's awesomeness. Sound collagists/mashup producers...start your samplers!

sermon by Pastor Jack Hyles

His "Satan's music" page has lotsa good readin': "The Jonas Brothers—Satanic to the Core!!!," "Country Music Television (CMT) is of the Devil," and "Miley Cyrus' Supports Immoral Rights, Corrupts the Bible, and Works to Destroy America!"

(Long hair and sandals are evil? Isn't that how Jesus dressed? Damn hippie liberal...)

God bless windy for the tip.


Unknown said...

What a great find. I have already spent an hour reading the articles and laughing my ass off. I can not wait to listen to the sermon. See you in hell.

Anonymous said...

Try all the weirdos (weirdoes?): David Noebel, Bob Larson, Dan & Steve Peters, Jacob Aranza, Jeff Godwin.... I barely missed a record burning via the Peters Brothers, all that backmasking stuff in the '80s, in 1982. Never been able to catch another one coming through. Mrs. Miller's producer, Lex De Acevedo, wrote a Mormon book about EEEVIL pop music, too. Windbag

LaserGhost said...

One my familys' friends is a 30-something priest, and he's a big fan of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Electric Light Orchestra. I live in Eastern Europe, btw.

But that sermon is so passionate about his talk!