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What Was I Thinking [edit]
by Disciple | Genre: Hard Rock/Metal | Release Date: January 01, 1995
 

What Was I Thinking was the first album released by Disciple.

The album begins with the song "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" made popular by Mr. Rogers on his children's television show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood.

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01. Alone
02. Felt
03. Mothman
04. Crawl Away
05. One Drop
06. Stronghold
07. Praze You Lord
08. Sorry
09. Take Me
10. Why
11. Jeckyl & Hyde
12. Going Home
13. Mercy

Entry last edited by JJFrancesco_NRT on 05.27.14

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What was i thinking? | Posted January 17, 2010
Disciple has improved greatly since they released this album. Although it was their first release, i think they could have done a little better job. My favorite song is felt. Kevin young (vocals) and Tim Barrett (drums) are the only remaining original members from when they started way back in the early nineties.

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