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Hailing from Morris, Minnesota, Children 18:3 started out in 1999 as a ska band. Today, they play hard punk rock music. The band is comprised of siblings David Hostetter (lead vocals/guitar), LeeMarie Hostetter (bass/vocals), and Seth Hostetter (drums).Read More...
Their indie debut, a 6-track EP titled Places I Don't Want To Go, was self-released in 2004.
After a few years of trying, they finally won the music tournament at Club 3 Degrees, a premiere Christian music club in Minneapolis, in may of 2005. Almost a year later, in March of 2006, they self-released Songs of Desperation, an 8 track EP, featuring the fan favorite "The Cowboy Song."
In early 2007 the band announced that they had signed with the Christian record label Tooth & Nail Records. The band released their first full length CD, which was self-titled, in February of 2008, under the T&N label. Three songs from "Songs of Desperation," as well as a couple crowd favorites we recorded onto this album.
They have since released two more albums with Tooth & Nail Records:
"Rain's 'A Comin'"; in 2010
"On The Run", in 2012
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- LyricsWasted all our hopes on a whim
And they let us down
It's all coming down again
In the end there was nothing left but questions
What started as a revolution petered out in guilt and shame
- LyricsSing, sing, oh, so sucker
For the sugar substitute and artificial flavoring
Small wonder I felt so safe
Inside nothing more than a smoke screen and masquerade
But outside a car bomb's ticking
- LyricsIt's a lesson in progress
How far away can we go?
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As far away as I know
Take a life and make it something less
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I think this is what's best for you
It's gonna turn out right
- LyricsI thought, I told you not to run down on the one way track
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We could ask him how to turn it around
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Don't ask me why, it's hard to explain
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