8th Day | Chasing Prophecy

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Chasing Prophecy

by 8th Day

The hottest sound in Jewish Music today. With fresh lyrics, funky rhythms and soulful tunes.
Genre: Spiritual: Chassidic
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1. Ya'alili
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2. Emosai
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3. Avraham
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4:55 $0.99
4. Smile
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5. Tatenyu
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6. Chasing Prophecy
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7. 8th Day
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4:09 $0.99
8. Yiddish Country
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3:37 $0.99
9. Beggar Woman
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10. Play Your Music
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11. Yiddishe Mamma
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12. It's Shabbos Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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8th Day is Jewish music's hottest new rock band, with two studio albums that get air play in New York and on Israeli radio. They have played hundreds of shows across the country including the main stage at Universal Studios Citywalk, American Airlines Arena in Miami (home of the Miami Heat,) KTLA 5 Morning Show in LA and the nationally televised Chabad Telethon.
The band was co-founded by two chassidic brothers, Shmuel and Bentzi Marcus. Hailing from Southern California, this is not your typical Jewish Rock Band. Their lyrics, though mostly in English, get into Hebrew, and even some Yiddish.



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