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Category: Hard Rock
Label: G-Man Records
Catalog Number: GMCD-9801
|1.||Loud N Clear||Cover: Stryper|
|2.||From Wrong to Right||Cover: Stryper|
|3.||You Know What to Do||Cover: Stryper|
|4.||Co'Mon Rock||Cover: Stryper|
|5.||You Won't Be Lonely||Cover: Stryper|
|6.||Loving You||Cover: Stryper|
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|From: James||Date: January 14, 2002 at 14:39|
|A very good and heart felt trybute to Stryper . Jamie does an incredible job of singing these Stryper songs in the blues/hard rock styling of early Guardian and Tony's guitar playing is amazing.|
|From: M. Allen||Date: January 31, 2002 at 15:19|
|One of the greatest Christian metal bands of all time paying tribute to one of the greatest Christian metal bands of all time. GUARDIAN doesn't try to change Stryper's vintage tunes, they just crank up the guitars and start rocking, putting the GUARDIAN touch on the songs without significantly altering them. Following GUARDIAN's recent grunge-influenced efforts, it's great to hear Jamie Rowe singing straight-forward hard rock again. A real treat for both Stryper and GUARDIAN fans.|
|From: james||Date: January 31, 2002 at 18:28|
|Just a reminder. Jamie has a new band together called AdrianGale. It is very much in the styling of early Guardian and it a great CD. It will take you back to the 80's|
|From: David||Date: November 15, 2002 at 21:51|
|An awesome, kick butt, in your face album. Paying tribute to one of the best Christian Metal bands, Stryper. I rate this Guardian remake a 10|
|From: Scott||Date: February 5, 2003 at 14:27|
|Ah, now this is more like it. Guardian once again allows their talent to show through, creating the finest Stryper tribute records yet. I actually think that Guardian may have outdone the original with this one. With the exception of the guitar solos and the excellent production, the music is exactly the same as the original. Of course Jamie Rowe's vocals are way different than Michael Sweet's, but he still does a fine job! The opening scream is pretty funny.|
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