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David Koresh, the man who infamously led the Branch Dividians based in Waco to their death in 1993, did at one point record a selection of songs (released after his death as a 3-track single). There are also recordings of speeches and music layered over some floating about. David Koresh, the man who infamously led the Branch Dividians based in Waco to their death in 1993, did at one point record a selection of songs (released after his death as a 3-track single). There are also recordings of speeches and music layered over some floating about.
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 +Clarification * The tag Messianic is not to be confused with Messianic Judaism, he proclaimed himself to be a manifestation of Christ.

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David Koresh, the man who infamously led the Branch Dividians based in Waco to their death in 1993, did at one point record a selection of songs (released after his death as a 3-track single). There are also recordings of speeches and music layered over some floating about. Clarification * The tag Messianic is not to be confused with Messianic Judaism, he proclaimed himself to be a manifestation of Christ.