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God Damn Evil
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||Date: May 20, 2018 at 1:34|
|Stryper said this would be their hardest album to date, and I guess it is, but it's hit and miss."Take It To The Cross " pacing is herky-jerky (falsetto-fanatic chorus) and it's a misfire out of the gates. Not sure if it's because of all of Micheal Sweet's side projects, but this album sounds rushed and the melodies and hooks just aren't there. This is also bassist Richard Perryman‘s first album with Stryper. At first look I thought it was the original bassist with a WIG. Favorite track/message is "The Valley". Move over SLAYER, Walmart actually banned this CD from their stores. I'm guessing for the title. In the era we live in where Google/FB/Big Brother will decide what is appropriate for you to view. All you have to do is minimal research to find that the elite who run the world (Media,Govt,Banking Cartel) are the "father of LIES" Look at the daily headlines, what once was up, is now down with the Zionist agenda shoved down our throats. (consume, think, believe) Yes master.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: May 20, 2018 at 13:09|
|Actually, your new title is the Alex Jones of HH. You can pin the blame squarely on the morality police of the good Christians at Walmart rather than any shadowy elites you read about on InfoWars. They've been deciding what's suitable for their tender shoppers for decades, so don't give me your veiled (Zionist/banking cartel/etc.) neo-Nazi shit. They apparently didn't pick up on the word spacing in the album title. They just heard "goddamn evil," and deemed it blasphemous. I find it entertaining that Michael Sweet spends as much time defending the band against his fellow Christians as he does against the heathen masses (see his own comments regarding this present flap, and the "controversy" over the secular songs on their covers album).
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