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Recap / South Park S 7 E 9 Christian Rock Hard

The boys form a garage band named MOOP with Cartman singing lead, Stan and Kyle on guitars, and Kenny on drums, but their sound is unfocused, to say the least. Cartman has a solution: Christian rock, due to its built-in audience of devout Christians. The others reject the idea, and Cartman bets Kyle that he can get a platinum album before they can. He rushes off and recruits Butters on drums and Token on bass for his Christian rock band, Faith Plus One. Their songs simply involve replacing terms of endearment such as "darling" and "baby" in existing songs with references to God and Jesus (without toning down sexually explicit references), and soon they have a Self-Titled Album which they sell at Christ-fest, a Christian music festival. By locking Sanctified, one of the other bands, in a janitor's closet, Faith Plus One get onto the stage and win over the audience, securing a recording contract with Faith Records.

Meanwhile, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny take to Napster to download MP3s of popular bands for inspiration — and the FBI immediately storm the house and arrest them. They don't understand why Digital Piracy Is Evil, so the FBI agent shows them rock stars who have had to delay or scale back luxury purchases thanks to revenue lost to digital piracy. After being released from custody, Kyle deduces that even if MOOP becomes successful, people will simply download their music for free instead of paying for it, so the band decide to go on strike. Before long, other musicians (most notably the members of Metallica, a poke at their outspoken opposition to music piracy in the early to mid 2000s) have joined them in the strike.

The two subplots re-convene when Faith Plus One's album sells a million copies, and MOOP are invited to the presentation ceremony (on which Cartman has spent all of the band's revenue) so that Cartman can laugh in Kyle's face and collect his $10. Declaring that making music for people to enjoy should take priority over making money (a sentiment none of the other musicians share), Stan, Kyle, and Kenny swallow their pride and go to the Faith Plus One ceremony. However, it turns out that there is no such thing as a platinum album in Christian rock; a million seller is a myrrh album. Enraged that his bet with Kyle is unwinnable, Cartman drives away the entire audience by screaming "FUCK JESUS!" — twice. Token finally snaps after one racist snipe too many and beats the hell out of Cartman, and even Butters farts in his face and delivers a Precision F-Strike.

Tropes Present In The Episode:

  • Artistic License – Awards: In real life, there's no such thing as a myrrh album. Christian and inspirational music albums that sell a million copies go platinum, just like secular music.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Cartman spent all the money he got from selling his albums on his award ceremony and then proceeds to ruin his band's reputation by cursing out Jesus because he's unable to win the bet he made with Kyle. Apparently, losing $10 and a bet to Kyle is worse than losing millions of dollars and fame (then again, it's Cartman, so of course it'd be worse to him).
  • The Dog Bites Back: Token and Butters, at the very end.
  • Digital Piracy Is Evil: Parodied. When the boys download music off of the internet, a SWAT Team bursts into their house and forcibly shows them the consequences of their actions.
  • Dreadful Musician: MOOP's music sounds relatively off-key, due to the boys' mixed tastes in music. Randy compares the boys' music to Vietnamese people getting their intestines pulled out through their mouths.
  • Exact Words: The bet was for getting a platinum album, not a myrrh album (though see Artistic License – Awards above), so Kyle didn't lose the bet and Cartman can never win.
  • Faux Horrific: The celebrities having to cut slightly down on their Conspicuous Consumption
  • Felony Misdemeanor: Want to download music off the Internet? The FBI will immediately bust into your house... then you have to pay a relatively small fine.
  • God-Is-Love Songs: Cartman explains all you have to do is cross out words like "baby" and "darling" and replace them with "Jesus". He even does this with songs that have more explicit and sexual content, which the record label head points out in a meeting.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Sanctified tells Cartman how hardcore they are.

    Band Member 1: We're the band Sanctified. We play metal and punk, but with lyrics that inspire faith in Christ.

    Band Member 2: Yeah. We prove that Christian music can be tough and hard core.

    Cartman: Yeah, you guys are real hard core.

    Band Member 1: You bet your gosh-darned rear end we are!

  • Intercourse with You: What a lot of Cartman's God-Is-Love Songs end up being, as he only changed "baby" and "darling" to "Jesus" and didn't think to tone down the other lyricsnote Who doesn't remember... "The Body of Christ," "Christ Again," "A Night With the Lord," "Touch Me Jesus," "I Found Jesus (With Someone Else)," "Savior Self," "Christ, What a Day," "Three Times My Savior," "Jesus Touched Me"...
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Downplayed. Token knocks Cartman onto the floor with two hard slugs and a kick to the face after ruining the band and one too many racist jabs.
  • Only in It for the Money:
    • Cartman's true reason for forming Faith+1. The bet between them and Moop was made that one would owe the other ten dollars if one band manages to get the platinum album before the other. But when the owners of Faith Records want to make sure Faith+1 are in it for God and not this trope, Cartman had to come up with this lie:

      Cartman: I resent that, sir! I have never done anything in my life just for the money! If I'm lying, may the Lord strike me down right now! (cuts to Butters cowering in his chair, fearing this punishment)

    • All the other artists who show up to Moop's strike admit that they're only in it for the money in the end.
  • Precision F-Strike: Butters does a beautiful and uncharacteristic one at the end of the episode.

    Butters:[farts in Cartman's face and flips him off] Fuck you, Eric.

  • Rule 34: Many of the jokes in this episode revolve around Christian faith songs which are about being physically in love with Jesus.
  • Skewed Priorities: Cartman cares more about not being able to win his bet with Kyle than the fact his band has made millions of dollars.
  • Stereotype Reaction Gag: Cartman claims that Token must have a bass guitar at his house somewhere because he and his family are black. Despite being certain that his family does not own a bass, he finds one, but says he doesn't know how to play it. Again, Cartman tells him that he's black, so of course he can play it. Token is offended by Cartman's stereotyping, but Cartman tells him to just shut up and play the damn thing. To his own surprise, Token discovers that he can actually play it perfectly, and can only mutter, "Goddammit..." in defeat.
  • Take That!:
    • Although Christian rock as a genre gets worked over in this episode, Parker and Stone save a special swipe for a band cynics were starting to love to hate by 2003:

      Cartman: Our band should play Christian rock!
      Kyle: Christian rock!?
      Cartman: Think about it! It's the easiest, crappiest music in the world, right? If we just play songs about how much we love Jesus, all the Christians will buy our crap!
      Kyle: That's a retarded idea, Cartman!
      Cartman: It worked for Creed!

    • The musicians and law enforcement who believe Digital Piracy Is Evil; the former are portrayed as Only in It for the Money, the latter as obsessed over what seems like a minor offence.



| Artist — Faith +1 |
| Song — Jesus |
| Part — Bass |

"This song is on south park Episode 709 — Christian Rock Hard
Also can be Found on the passion of the jew DVD"

.~ = hold note .
KEY: .\ = slide down .
.h = hammer on .

Recommend this song on a Frettless (sounds alot better)

solo intro (play fast)


Rest of song (cartman starts singing)


I need you in my life, jesus

I cant live without you, Jesus

And I just want to feel you deep inside me, jesus

any corrections please email me at: [email protected]

Tablature player for this song:

Theme Songs - South Park - Jesus Bass Tab
  1. G29 inverted pedals
  2. Louisiana inspection sticker
  3. Entertainment package directv

Christian Rock Hard

9th episode of the seventh season of South Park

"Christian Rock Hard" is the ninth episode of the seventh season and the 105th overall episode of the American animated series South Park. It originally aired on Comedy Central in the United States on October 29, 2003.

In the episode, the kids start a rock band, but concerned with the fact that people will potentially download their music from the Internet illegally, they refuse to play. Meanwhile, Cartman starts his own Christian rock band, called Faith + 1.

The episode satirizes famous artists who have spoken out against copyright infringement, such as Metallica, and also serves as a commentary on how most musicians do what they do mainly for profit gains. Christian rock music is also parodied as being identical to love songs, except for referencing Jesus in their lyrics.


Stan, Kyle, Kenny and Cartman form a band called Moop, but disagree on what direction they should take, as they all like different types of music. The disagreement becomes so heated that Cartman bets that he will have a platinum-selling Christian rock album before Kyle's band does, and leaves the band. Seeking inspiration, Stan, Kyle and Kenny illegally download music from the Internet, including Judas Priest. They are immediately arrested by the FBI. They are told of the serious consequences of illegal downloading, namely forcing musicians like Lars Ulrich (drummer of metal band Metallica) and Britney Spears to lose so much income from music piracy that they must either downgrade their extremely lavish purchases to very-slightly less lavish ones or save up until they can afford all of what they want. As a result, Moop decides to go on strike until fans stop downloading illegally and are joined by a large number of musicians, including Britney Spears, Ozzy Osbourne, Missy Elliott, Master P, Blink-182, Metallica, Alanis Morissette, Meat Loaf, Rancid, and even Skyler's band, the Lords of the Underworld.

Meanwhile, Cartman enlists Butters and Token to form his new band. Realizing that Christian rock is a perennial top seller, Cartman decides that his band, which he has christened Faith + 1, will join the Christian music racket. Cartman builds the band's repertoire by simply taking vague generic pop love ballads and changing references like "baby" to "Jesus". While effective, the band eventually comes under some scrutiny when one of the songs involves more passionate and sexual lyrics involving Christ. Cartman manages to manipulate his way out and the band begins to build a huge following.

Before long, Faith + 1 celebrates the sale of its millionth album. By this time, Stan, Kyle and Kenny decide that the satisfaction of having fans should be more important to musicians than fighting against the fans who make them popular and go to see their concerts. They decide that touring still brings in revenue and call off their strike. However, the other musicians do not follow suit, because, according to Britney Spears, "[they are] just about the money."

Cartman has spent all the money made from their album on a lavish, extravagant awards ceremony to celebrate Faith + 1's success, and specifically to insult Kyle for losing the bet to Cartman. However, Cartman's jubilation is short-lived. As it turns out, Cartman is told that Christian record companies only hand out gold, frankincense and myrrh records, so Faith + 1, as Christian artists, will never have a platinum album, meaning that Kyle technically did not lose the bet and never will. Cartman, enraged at this turn of events, destroys the band's myrrh album award, screaming "Goddammit!" and "Fuck Jesus!". This blasphemy causes the horrified fans to scream and flee.

When Token confronts Cartman for spending every penny of their take, driving away their fans and ending the career of the band, Cartman continues to rant and insults him by calling him a "black asshole". In response, Token assaults Cartman on the stage before walking away. Conceding that Cartman got what he deserved, Stan, Kenny and Kyle also leave. As Cartman lies moaning in pain on the stage, Butters approaches him meekly. Butters then farts in Cartman's face, gives him the finger, and says "Fuck you, Eric.", before walking away himself, leaving Cartman all alone to recover from his pain and humiliation.

Cultural references[edit]

  • Eric Cartman's instructions for the Faith + 1 album cover are a reference to the U2 album The Joshua Tree.
  • The joke that Christian record companies only award gold, frankincense and myrrh records is a reference to the gifts given to Jesus by the Three Kings in The Nativity, as well as the Christian label Myrrh Records.
  • When Officer Yates takes the boys around to show them the lives of celebrities financially affected by illegally downloaded music, the scene is reminiscent of the three ghosts in Charles Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol showing Ebenezer Scrooge the ramifications of his selfish actions.
  • Token's bass is fashioned after the bass Rudy played in the cartoon series Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.
  • The scene where Eric Cartman is on the bus writing lyrics on the palm of his hand is a reference to American rapper Eminem's semi-autobiographical film 8 Mile. In the movie, there was a scene where Eminem's character was also on a bus, wearing headphones, staring out the window and cramming lyrics onto a small piece of paper while on his way to work.
  • Faith + 1's songs are based on real-life songs, with the lyrics changed.
  • The name "Faith + 1 is reference to the Christian boyband Plus One.

Home release[edit]

"Christian Rock Hard", along with the fourteen other episodes from The Complete Seventh Season, were released on a three-disc DVD set in the United States on March 21, 2006. The sets included brief audio commentaries by Parker and Stone for each episode. IGN gave the season an 8/10.[2]


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Clean Lyric

Paragraph Lyric


"You know Jesus, I've been thinking alot about you lately, and well...That's why I wrote this song"

I love you Jesus, I want you to walk with me
I'll take good care of you baby, call you my baby, baby
You died for my sins, and you know that I would die for you, right?
Whats the matter baby, your trembling Jesus baby!

Your love, is my life!
You know when I'm without there's a blackhole in my life!
Ohhh I wanna believe, it's alright
Cause I get lonely in the night and it's up to you to save me
Jesus baby


"You know Jesus, I've been thinking alot about you lately, and well...That's why I wrote this song"      I love you Jesus, I want you to walk with me   I'll take good care of you baby, call you my baby, baby   You died for my sins, and you know that I would die for you, right?   Whats the matter baby, your trembling Jesus baby!      Your love, is my life!   You know when I'm without there's a blackhole in my life!   Ohhh I wanna believe, it's alright   Cause I get lonely in the night and it's up to you to save me   Jesus baby



  • Jesus Medley: Jesus Loves Me / 'Tis So Sweet To Tr by Avalon, Av1
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  • Shine on Sweet Jesus - Jesus Song, No5 by Flaming Lips, Fl1
  • Jesus Stole My Baby by Fratellis, Fr3
  • Baby Jesus is Born by Garth Brooks, Ga3
  • Did Jesus have a Baby Sister? by Dory Previn, Do11
  • Dashboard Baby Jesus by Krome, Kr3
  • If You Were Born Today (Song for Little Baby Jesus) by Low, Lo6
  • Baby Jesus by Motorpsycho, Mo6

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About the lady in red. - In red. Trinity's eyes widened.

South Park: Faith Plus One

To come to her senses, Lera heard how the music ended, and thanking the little man for the dance, walked with him by the arm to her faithful. She tried not to show it, but she was slightly shaken from the past conversation. And in order to somehow discharge herself, Lera offered a toast to the ladies. The men more than agreed, and drank while standing for their beloved woman. Having pretty much picked up, but decently standing on their feet, and in their minds, the three went to sleep.

Now discussing:

We had already swam here in a company. But we went swimming together !, She liked her idea and she began to persuade me to go with her. the sun was out and the next glass just poured into my mouth by itself. Anka quietly sipped her beer. I poured her half a glass.

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