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Name:Stryper Murder By Pride (Advance) 2009 RVP

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+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| |
| Artist : Stryper |
| Album : Murder By Pride |
| Bitrate : VBR kbps |
| Label : BIG3 Records |
| Year : 2009 |
| Genre : Hard Rock |
| Rip date : Jul-07-2009 |
| Store date : Jul-21-2009 |
| Size : 73,7 MB |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
|Track Listing: |
| |
| 01 - Eclipse Of The Son 04:04 |
| 02 - 4 Leaf Clover 03:42 |
| 03 - Peace Of Mind feat. Tom Scholz 03:59 |
| 04 - Alive 03:36 |
| 05 - The Plan 03:10 |
| 06 - Murder By Pride 03:18 |
| 07 - I Believe 03:43 |
| 08 - Run In You 04:15 |
| 09 - Love Is Why 04:07 |
| 10 - Mercy Over Blame 04:08 |
| 11 - Everything 04:26 |
| 12 - My Love (I'll Always Show) 03:16 |
| |
| |
| 45:44 min |
| |
+----------------------------------[Notes]-----------------------------------+
| |
| Heavy metal has been associated with ol' Beelzebub ever since its |
| inception, but there have been a few acts who took the opposite route |
| and put their Christian beliefs in hard rocking songs, such as Stryper. |
| Formed in Orange County CA in 1983, the group was originally known as |
| Roxx Regime, and consisted of singer/guitarist/main songwriter Michael |
| Sweet, drummer Robert Sweet, lead guitarist Oz Fox, and bassist Timothy |
| Gaines. It wasn't until the group changed their name to Stryper (which |
| stood for "Salvation Through Redemption Yielding Peace Encouragement and |
| Righteousness") that things really began taking off for the quartet. |
| Specializing in the melodic Van Halen/Def Leppard style (with heart- |
| wrenching power ballads tossed in), dressed in all black-and-yellow |
| outfits, and spreading their religious message even further by tossing |
| bibles out into the crowd at their shows, Stryper was signed by the |
| Enigma label in 1984. The same year, the group's debut recording, a |
| six-track mini album titled The Yellow & Black Attack, was issued. The |
| album created a buzz for the group among metalheads, which was only |
| heightened with the release of their first full-length album, 1985's |
| Soldiers Under Command. The first Stryper release to crack the Billboard |
| charts, its success resulted in the re-release of The Yellow & Black |
| Attack (which included an extra two tracks and new artwork) in 1986. |
| Later the same year, Stryper issued their sophomore full-length, To Hell |
| with the Devil, which many consider to be the group's finest hour. |
| Turning out to be the highest-charting album of their career (barely |
| missing the Top 30), the platinum-certified album benefited by MTVs |
| repeated airings of the videos for "Calling on You" and the syrupy |
| ballad "Honestly" (the latter of which peaked at number 23 on the U.S. |
| singles charts). Despite possessing a different message than their |
| peers, Stryper's music by this point fit in perfectly with the other |
| popular pop/hair metal bands of the day (Bon Jovi, White Lion, Dokken, |
| etc.).Yet just as it appeared that Stryper could possibly break through |
| on a massive scale, such new metal styles as thrash (Metallica) and more |
| stripped-down rock (Guns N' Roses) began to usurp Stryper's pop-metal |
| audience. As a result, Stryper's next release, 1988's In God We Trust, |
| failed to expand their following, nor did it live up to promise of its |
| predecessor (although it did manage to earn gold certification). Sensing |
| this, the group adopted a harder-edged sound and look for 1990's Against |
| the Law, and even covered the Earth, Wind & Fire funk classic, "Shining |
| Star." Neither managed to cross over to the top of the charts.A |
| greatest-hits set, Can't Stop the Rock, followed in 1991, but with |
| Nirvana just about to ring the death knell for pop-metal bands, Michael |
| Sweet decided to leave the group for a solo career. Surprisingly, the |
| remaining members of Stryper opted to carry on as a three-piece (with |
| Fox handling lead vocal duties), and continued to tour for a spell. The |
| Michael Sweet-less version didn't last long however, as Stryper |
| officially called it quits in 1992. In the wake of their split, its |
| members remained busy. Michael Sweet's solo career never scaled the same |
| heights as Stryper's, although solo releases have appeared on a somewhat |
| regular basis, with 1994's Michael Sweet, 1995's Real, and 2001's Truth. |
| Robert Sweet issued a solo recording, Love Trash, in addition to studio |
| work, while Fox and Gaines formed a new group, Sin Dizzy, who issued a |
| rock opera (concerning the crucifixion of Jesus Christ), titled He's Not |
| Dead. During the intervening years, a large core of devoted fans |
| remained intact, resulting in all of Stryper's albums being reissued by |
| Hollywood Records. In 1999, Sin Dizzy played a show with Michael Sweet, |
| which ended in an off-the-cuff jam session of old Stryper tunes ù |
| resulting in reunion rumors. And with a heightened nostalgic interest |
| regarding '80s era metal bands come the early 21st century, Stryper |
| agreed to sporadically reunite for a "Stryper Expo," which has since |
| turned into an annual event. Stryper's second greatest-hits' collection, |
| 7: The Best of Stryper, followed in 2003, and included a pair of new |
| tunes recorded especially for the collection, "Something" and "For You." |
| |
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