[ROUND OF 32] Faith+1 vs. The Be Sharps

Faith+1

From: South Park 
Genre: “Christian” Rock 
Members: Eric Cartman, Butters, and “Token” 
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHMjQTnxrEw 
Best known for such classics as “I Wasn’t Born Again Yesterday,” Cartman’s brain-child band of dubious origin achieved myrrh-album status right out of the gate. The band’s classic style blending hip, cool music with inspirational lyrics is exactly what this world needs. 

The Be Sharps

From: The Simpsons 
Genre: A cappella  
Members: Homer Simpson, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Seymour Skinner, and Chief Wiggum (later replaced by Barney Gumble). 
Sample: “Baby on Board” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XctPw_UexmE
Inspired by the story of the Beatles, the Be Sharps are the most successful a cappella group ever to come out of Springfield. You most likely remember their hit “Baby on Board,” inspired by an actual Baby on Board sign in the back window of a car. Every time you hear a harmonica, you probably think of the Be Sharps. 


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  • This was one I was sorry to have to listen through.  Faith+1 was flat & stale.

    The Be Sharps, despite not singing my type of tunes, had a rich background band supporting the humorous voices of The Simpsons.  True depth in performance and entertainment.

    O Ye of little Faith, Be Sharp!

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  • This was one I was sorry to have to listen through.  Faith+1 was flat & stale.

    The Be Sharps, despite not singing my type of tunes, had a rich background band supporting the humorous voices of The Simpsons.  True depth in performance and entertainment.

    O Ye of little Faith, Be Sharp!

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