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-==== Conviction of Sin Live ====+==== Live (Godcore 3) ====
  
 1989 [[The Furnace Room]] 1989 [[The Furnace Room]]
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 Doni Daudel - Drums Doni Daudel - Drums
  
-Tracy G - Guitar overdubs+Tracy G - Guitar overdubs\\
 Recorded in Los Angeles, California at a live show (which also showcased [[Outcast]],​ [[316]], and Bill Walden)\\ Recorded in Los Angeles, California at a live show (which also showcased [[Outcast]],​ [[316]], and Bill Walden)\\
 [[Chris Yambar]] - Executive producer (the tape)\\ [[Chris Yambar]] - Executive producer (the tape)\\
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 Cover art by [[Chris Yambar]] for [[Artatak Studios]]. ​ Cover art by [[Chris Yambar]] for [[Artatak Studios]]. ​
  
-No song titles are listed on the cassette.+  - Intro 
 +  - I Don't Know You 
 +  - Your Choice 
 +  - No Religion 
 +  - U.S. Decay 
 +  - Revelations 3:16 
 +  - Human Holocaust 
 +  - Back to the Cross 
 +  - Look to God
  
 From the liner notes: "The bands just wanted to preach Christ. [[Association of the Cross|ATOC]],​ [[Circle One]], [[Scaterd Few]] and [[The Lead]] were all in the vortex of the Christian punk / Godcore movement. There were no studios, only garages and basements. There were no expensive mixers, only tape decks and boom boxes. There were no promoters or managers, only friends with a willingness to pitch in. The word '​community'​ meant something. When a song was sung you knew what they were talking about and where they stood. Lyrics weren'​t simply '​positive,'​ they were open and totally upfront. This was the Underground Burrito was involved in. His main interest was in ministry, so he and two friends (Mike and Gary) formed [[Radicals for Christ]]. It was then that Burrito was asked to join a band called [[Moral Majority]]... ​ From the liner notes: "The bands just wanted to preach Christ. [[Association of the Cross|ATOC]],​ [[Circle One]], [[Scaterd Few]] and [[The Lead]] were all in the vortex of the Christian punk / Godcore movement. There were no studios, only garages and basements. There were no expensive mixers, only tape decks and boom boxes. There were no promoters or managers, only friends with a willingness to pitch in. The word '​community'​ meant something. When a song was sung you knew what they were talking about and where they stood. Lyrics weren'​t simply '​positive,'​ they were open and totally upfront. This was the Underground Burrito was involved in. His main interest was in ministry, so he and two friends (Mike and Gary) formed [[Radicals for Christ]]. It was then that Burrito was asked to join a band called [[Moral Majority]]... ​