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Label: Frontiers Records
Catalog Number: FRCD858
|1.||Take It To The Cross||Listen|
|4.||God Damn Evil||Listen|
|5.||You Dont Even Know Me||Listen|
|7.||Sea Of Thieves||Listen|
|9.||Cant Live Without Your Love||Listen|
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|From: metalmaniac777||Date: June 16, 2018 at 17:30|
|Like a stripper at Sunday school, this album title from 'the holy bumblebees' really rubbed some people the wrong way, but hey, I'm just here for the music. And musically, this mirrors most of Stryper's recent output, meaning there are good songs ('Sorry') mixed with some godawful ones ('Sea of Thieves'). Seriously, this album is just begging to be cherry-picked on iTunes. Sonically it sounds pretty damn good, with beefy production that doesn't sacrifice the clean melodies the band trademarks in and allows Mike Sweet to wail away with that voice of his. Basically, it's Stryper doing what Stryper does--including pseudo-swearing album title--and there's really nothing more that needs to be said.|
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