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Julia

This was so embarrassing and hilarious to watch.

I think...

There is no way the black guy isn't gay. Right?

funnelwebkitten

Oh my dear god, they appeared in an ad for the Christian Television Association on TV in Australia in the mid 90's I think, singing a little ditty called Jesus is Still Alright With Me.

I thought they were just something made up for the commercial, but wow, they ARE or were real.

Hilarious.

La_chica

whoa. whoa.

the contents of this video include:
guys eating off the same bone (yes!)
male genital bumping
close ups of sweaty male nipples

Praise the lord!

Michael

"IF WE'VE BEEN TO YOUR CITY, WE'VE PROBABLY BEEN TO YOUR MALL."

torrinpaige

This is one of my faves of your re-edits, I have to say. Who knew that these white-bread, souless twits could give us so much laughter? I have a special little hatred in my heart for these guys...my first ever childhood crush was ruined when he started listening to them and began dressing like the dude in the hat. I was devastated, truly. Mostly because I found out that my taste in boys was seriously lame.

soulbrotha

My brain could not take the overload. Between the lameness, the gayness, the fuggery, the hilarity and my hatred of religion and the crap like this that it produces, my mind switched into hibernate mode.

Tara

OMG I GREW UP LISTENING TO DC TALK!! I am pretty sure I still have a picture somewhere of me posing with them after a concert. Wow. When worlds collide - favorite band of childhood meets favorite blogger of adulthood. Seriously, my brain just exploded. DC TALK - Decent Christian Talk. Respeito.

Ohh_MissJones

I really wish they'd stop high fiving each other after sentence.

AMIRITE MY BROTHER? *high five and lots of laughing for the baby Jesus up in here!*

Ohh_MissJones

Gosh! *after every sentence.

sfgirl76

Oh the days when men still wore fanny packs in a non-ironic way

Lisa

PURE GOLD!

Kat

I grew up on them too! I LOVED DC Talk!! This was EARLY on, their music in the late 90's was more of a basic rock.

Kirsti

Yay! I love everything is terrible! Great news Rich!

Jack Jett

I counted three closet doors that will be openng and sadly Jeebus will be thrown under the bus.

I call it the John Travolta Syndrome.

Jessica

Count me among those souls raised on DC Talk (not to mention Audio Adrenaline and Steven Curtis Chapman!)

I did love certain songs of theirs, but at a certain point noticed to hokey-ness (middle school?)

I agree with the previous comment that they got less hokey when they gave up on their dream to be the Christian Rap Group. Actually their later stuff didn't have much rapping at all, maybe just a little scatting.

breadandcirce

I grew up with DC Talk as well. Remember this? "We're just two honks and a negro . . ."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9cJ__D0S7Y

Lea

I didn't grow up with DC Talk, per se, but I was aware of them because for 3 years straight, my very christian uncle subscribed me to a christian teen mag and DC Talk was a big focus in at least half of them.

Lauren

Wow, this is awesome. At about halfway through, I wondered what was so gay about it...then I kept watching :)
What's the name of that hopping, straight-arm dance they do at 00:37? Quintessential 90's!

HAPPY 4-4 RICH!

Lauren

(belated, that is)

anon

hahaha. i know kevin aka k-max and he so totally deserves this.

c8h10n4o2

Anon: Anyone who has ever been within 50 yards of k-max knows he deserves this.

Michael Tait's always been a genuinely sweet guy in my experience, though.

RP

and not "gay" as lame*, because I don't say that

*Anyone else find it ironic that Rich uses ableist language to clarify that he's not using homophobic language?

I can't see the video but I can say that Rich's ability to find the weirdest old footage possible is bordering on super power status at this point.

francesca.red@gmail.com

I didn't grow up listening to DC Talk but I did know a girl in the early 90s who wore DC Talk shirts to school every day. She once told me that it was her goal to own 365 DC Talk shirts so she could "wear a different one every day".

katido

I saw DC Talk in concert once when I was 12. What a walk down amnesia lane!

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