Children of the Lord

Children of the Lord
"Children of the Lord"
Single by Joy Electric
Released March 23, 1999
Recorded The Electric Joy Toy Company
Genre Synthpop/Electropop
Length 15:04
Label BEC Recordings
Producer Ronnie Martin
Joy Electric singles chronology
The Land of Misfits
(1998)
Children of the Lord
(1999)
CHRISTIANsongs
(1999)

Children of the Lord is a single by Joy Electric. The single also features two covers: the first is an MxPx song ("I'm OK, You're OK"), and the second a Keith Green song ("Make My Life a Prayer"). "Children of the Lord" and "Make My Life a Prayer" were included on the following album, CHRISTIANsongs. An additional remix of the title track was produced by House of Wires, but, for unknown reasons, was not included on the single [1].

To date, it is the only single released by the band.

Track listing

  1. "Children of the Lord" (Ronnie Martin) – 3:22
  2. "I'm OK, You're OK" (Mike Herrera) – 2:55
  3. "Make My Life a Prayer" (Melody Green) – 3:09
  4. "Children of the Lord (cloud2ground remix)" – 5:36

Personnel



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