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Jesus Freak
Hardcore, Heavy Metal
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1788 mb
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1440 mb
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Listen free to Beowülf – Jesus Freak (Peacemaker, In Captivity and more). 01) Peace Maker 2:23 02) In Captivity 2:40 03) Jesus Freak 4:19 04) Front Door Smokin' 3:15 05) Mad Man 2:50 06) Godsend 3:08 07 Sunday (Killer Comez Home) 4:24 08) Righteous, Righteous 3:05 09) Bitter Song 4:15 10) Just Passing Through 4:02 11) 13 Past the Hour 4:53 Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).

Beowülf – Jesus Freak (2011). Feb 11, 2012 Heavy Metal Power Metal. Venice Beach, California (USA) crossover thrashers Beowülf are self-releasing their sixth album on December 23, 2011, entitled Jesus Freak, produced by founding member, vocalist/guitarist Dale Henderson and ex-FEAR FACTORY guitarist, Christian Olde Wolbers. It’s been a long time since the early breakout of this band during the mid 80?s from the legendary Venice Scene.

Jesus Freak is the fourth studio album by the band DC Talk and was released on November 21, 1995 on ForeFront Records. The album was released to both critical and commercial acclaim. It peaked at number 16 on the Billboard 200 and six of the album's seven singles reached number one across various Christian radio formats.

Beowulf - 2011 - Jesus Freak 11 - 13 Past The Hour. mp3 08 - Righteous, Righteous. mp3 07 - Sunday (Killer Comez Home). mp3 03 - Jesus Freak. Beowulf (Beowülf) - Jesus Freak - 2011, MP3, 320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet. Beowulf - 2011 - Jesus Freak. 11 - 13 Past The Hour. 08 - Righteous, Righteous. 07 - Sunday (Killer Comez Home). 10 - Just Passing Through.

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Jesus Freak" is a song by the American contemporary Christian music group DC Talk. Released on August 1, 1995, it was the lead radio single from (and lends its name to) the group's fourth album. The song was written and produced by Toby McKeehan and Mark Heimermann. Lyrically, the song is about standing up for the belief in Jesus Christ in the midst of persecution.