The staff of our Facebook page would like to apologize to the broad public. Recent updates to the platform have made it so that, in attempting to share a meme or post or what-have-you to one's personal profile, the first option automatically loaded is to post the content to a page that one administrates. If one is used to the default option being one's own profile (as it used to be), they click away without a second thought, and are surprised to be alerted that the content has been posted to their page instead.
As popular (or unpopular) as a sentiment may be, JCS Zone does not take sides in politics, and will not be posting potentially volatile content that may alienate fans of the show from all backgrounds. To that end, any posts mistakenly shared to this profile by one of our muscle-memory-click-happy admin have been removed. We are sorry if anyone on the page was offended by the mistaken sharing; it was not our intention to do so. That does not change our personal beliefs about these posts, whether they align with them or not (there are three admin who don't always agree on the website, let alone politics), but we recognize this is not the proper space for them, and they will not appear in future.
People have said to me, almost from the time I first started annoying them about it: "Gibson, if you like Jesus Christ Superstar so much, you should write a book about it one day." I've always laughed...
Never ones to wait very long for the smoke to clear from the cash-in starting pistol, Hallmark (which worked pretty much hand-in-hand with Pickwick) delivered an effort that proves really quite interesting and listenable. A small combo and brass (most noteworthy for its well-timed stabs on “Heaven On Their Minds,” but it adds a soulful touch to all of the tracks) ably lay down the backing, as Martin Jay (veteran of the Kingsway Youth Opera Company recording) gives it a full Gillan when it comes to Jesus’ screams. Quality tracks include an excellently choppy “Damned For All Time,” a great pass at “Superstar,” and a surprising slightly psych-ey and percussion-driven take on “The Temple” that keeps the drama built up by the fuzz guitar riff going throughout the track.
youtu.be/D8E1ZyDyAJMRecording Information Classification: Pickwick Alternate Classification: Hallmark, Concert Hall, Beny Daam Orchestra & Singers Year of release: 1971, 1972 La... ... See MoreSee Less
There are lots of different ways to appreciate a classic. Rediscovering an old favorite through memes is one of them! Check out this page to see JCS as filtered through the meme age, and feel free to go over there and contribute some of your own!! ... See MoreSee Less
It is easier than ever to participate in the growing world of JCS Zone. Don't limit yourself to our Facebook! Visit our website, join our forum, listen to recordings of JCS from throughout its history, and learn something about the classic rock opera we all know and love! ... See MoreSee Less
JCS Zone is working on an informal history of Jesus Christ Superstar fandom on the Internet for a new section of our website's Fan Zone.
We are digging up the farthest corners of cyberspace with the help of the Internet Archive, but what little we're able to glean from the Wayback Machine is only part of the story. If you were discussing JCS online in the days before Facebook existed and before the World Wide Web was truly worldwide, we want to hear from you!
What's the buzz? We'll tell you what's a-happenin'!
As you may know from our website, and from various stories shared on the forum, JCS Zone didn't start out as the largest online fan community for Jesus Christ Superstar all on its own. Founded in 2007, our community was built on the legacy of our predecessor JesusChristSuperstar.net, or "WTB" (short for their "What's the Buzz" forums), one of the most widely populated fan sites dedicated to all things JCS (as opposed to just certain versions of the show) on the web.
By the time JCS Zone had turned one year old, however, WTB, which had sadly been on the decline for some time, was already gone. We have done our best to honor its legacy, both by continuing to unite the fan community in love of the show and by building on resources originally available through WTB to allow fans to learn about all aspects of the show.
Ten years since WTB met its untimely death, we come full circle. As of July 19, 2018, JCS Zone is now the proud owner of the original domain name. Users who navigate to that link will now be directed to JCS Zone's main page. We are not moving, and none of the links within our site itself have changed (although if you substitute the dot-net where the jesuschristsuperstarzone address would go, the page will still work); this is just a new and more convenient way to access the same information for people who loved WTB, wondered where it had gone, and were somehow unable to find their way here on their own. ... See MoreSee Less