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United States United States. DJ since Aug 23, 2008
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cyclingroo To the Lord of heaven and earth, thank you for making me. You have made the most amazing things - and you have made me.
cyclingroo Love has come and it's giving me hope to carry on.
cyclingroo A peculiar ska interpretation of the Beatles classic.
cyclingroo There is so much we don't know. But you can know one thing: Yeshua loves you.

19. This I know by Insyderz

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cyclingroo He cares for you like no one else.

10. Like No One Else by Supertones

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cyclingroo The Cherry Poppin' Daddies are from Eugene, Oregon. Together since 1989, their sound was a direct challenge to the grunge movement of Seattle.

Cherry Poppin Daddies - Don Quixote

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cyclingroo You got to love the fusion of ska, punk and swing.
cyclingroo Look at me, I'm a winner. It's just as simple as that.
cyclingroo You know we've got a good thing going - and I don't want to see it end.
cyclingroo Operation Ivy songs have been covered for years. Green Day covered this song in 1997.
cyclingroo "Music is an indirect force for change, because it provides an anchor against human tragedy"
cyclingroo The early 90's saw a number of ska bands arise in SoCal. The Skankin' Pickles were an odd band as all the members sang lead vocals for previous bands.
cyclingroo And here is a more traditional Supertones song. And like the song says, He will always be there for you.

20. He'll Always Be There by Supertones

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cyclingroo The O.C. Supertones are one of my most favorite bands. This is a live recording where the usual ska is replaced with a phenomenal praise song.

oc supertones - you are my king

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cyclingroo With all the talk of hope this year, ask yourself where you place your hope. Is it with a man? Try placing all your hope on the only One who matters.
cyclingroo Time to get ready to make an impact on this world. Don't wait for others. Pick up your gear and make your own impact!
cyclingroo Ska meets faith in advent of Shabbos.
cyclingroo You really have to love a saxophone as a praise instrument. This song captures both the lament and the joy of those who await Yeshua's return.
cyclingroo Yeshua does truly mean salvation. I love this song with its upbeat tempo, guitar and tambourine.
cyclingroo Yeshua is the Alpha and the Omega.
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