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No More Hell to Pay (CD/DVD Deluxe Edition)

StryperAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (November 5, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Frontiers Records (Universal)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (358 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,572 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Revelation
2. No More Hell To Pay
3. Saved By Love
4. Jesus Is Just Alright
5. The One
6. Legacy
7. Marching Into Battle
8. Te Amo
9. Sticks & Stones
10. Water Into Wine
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Making of the Album Documentary (DVD)
2. No More Hell To Pay - videoclip (DVD)
3. Sympathy - videoclip (DVD)

Editorial Reviews

No More Hell to Pay is Stryper's eighth original studio album. Produced by frontman/guitarist Michael Sweet, the set features some of Stryper's strongest and heaviest material yet. Fans of the bands earlier material like Soldiers Under Command and To Hell WIth The Devil will embrace this album with open arms. Of the album, Michael Sweet says: 'The new Stryper album, No More Hell To Pay, is the record we needed to make as a follow up to To Hell With The Devil. Every song has a hooky guitar riff. Everything is in minor keys, so it's a little darker sounding and a little tougher. It's definitely our heaviest record and I think people will be pleasantly surprised. To reference, there is less songs like Calling On You and more songs like To Hell With The Devil. It's more in that vein than the poppier vein.'

This special CD/DVD deluxe edition comes in a glossy digipak with a Making of the Album Documentary and videoclips for No More Hell To Pay and Sympathy

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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the Stryper I've been waiting for! :-) November 5, 2013
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Ever since Stryper broke up in the 90's I've been waiting for them to get back together. When they reunited a few years ago I was excited. I enjoyed the "Reborn", "Murder By Pride" and "The Covering" but it still was not the Stryper I remembered. I loved "Second Coming" because it was the old songs I enjoyed in the 80's. But still I wanted more. "No More Hell To Pay" is the project I've been waiting for. Stryper has their edge back. I love how a lot of the songs are in minor keys. I also like that Oz and Michael are doing guitar solos again. "Reborn" and "Murder By Pride" didn't have very much of that. Oz and Michael's harmonized guitar solos have always been one of my favorite components of the Stryper sound that I enjoyed. This is a great project. If you liked the Stryper of the 80's you'll love "No More Hell To Pay".
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Their Finest Work November 5, 2013
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I cannot believe what I'm hearing! These guys have just released their finest piece of work, ever.

Who would have thought that of every band that emerged from the Sunset Strip in the early 80's, that it would be Stryper that would be carrying the mantle into 2013. They are the undisputed champs coming from the genre.

Incredibly fresh hooks, a two headed guitar assault from Oz and Michael, a rhythm expo by R. Sweet and Gaines, and soaring vocals that are not suppose to be possible at Michael Sweet's age, is what you'll find on this record.

I'm just sort of stunned. The record, songs, musicianship, and production are that good. I would say it fits nicely after "To Hell With The Devil", but what I want people to know, is that this is, IMO, a much finer work. It is as if, unlike Motley Crüe, Quiet Riot, Warrant, Ratt....even Def Leppard and say, Scorpions....these guys have grown to be better, not just trying to find their former glory.

A definite "must buy".
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Instantly memorable from start to finish! November 5, 2013
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UPDATE: I wasted my last review grieving over the loss of most of the song Saved By Love due to Amazon MP3 messing up, but figured I should do a proper review.

When Stryper themselves said they felt this was their best material to date - they weren't kidding! Their previous original album "Murder By Pride" still had a bit of the "Reborn" album sound attached. For those who didn't hear that album, Stryper was leaning more towards an alternative rock style which was unbecoming of a Stryper album in my personal opinion. Although that album had memorable songs and great hooks, it just didn't feel like Stryper. Here, Stryper really take it back to their roots while keeping it modern in tone and in mixing.

Track by track:

(NOTE: It's a bit redundant to praise the solos in a Stryper album because they've always been great at naturally weaving them into their songs. Trust me, you will NOT be disappointed with the solos here.)

1. "Revelation" - A heavy ballad of sorts with an incredible opening. I found it odd that the album started with this one considering they usually push out the heavy hitters right off the bat. Nonetheless, it still gets the job done by hooking you with it's grand intro and catchy chorus accompanied by the angelic harmonies of the layered vocals. Stryper are pros at this, it's scary good. The solo is on the tamer side but fits naturally into the flow of the song. Not too over-the-top and not underwhelming. Song closes with the epic opening riff.

2. "No More Hell To Pay" - This song is understandably heavy handed in both riff progression and drumming pattern.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfection November 6, 2013
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Today (Tuesday, November 5, 2013) marks the release of Stryper's tenth studio album. It is the first new album of original material featuring the original four members since 1990′s Against The Law. They have released an album of cover tunes and an album of re-recorded "hits" since Tim Gaines stepped back into the band as bassist...but this is the first "new" album featuring his bass work and it is a great start to their rejuvenated career.

I have been a fan since first hearing Soldiers Under Command when I was fifteen. I have purchased every album they have released and at once time had a Stryper wall in my bedroom. Even the ripe, old age of 43...I am a huge fan and am just as excited about this new record (yes...I still call them records) as I was when To Hell With The Devil came out in 1986.

Stryper resumed their career in 2005 with the criminally underrated Reborn...but it wasn't a true return to form. That album sounded like a Michael Sweet solo album with some finishing touches added on to make it sound like Stryper. I love that album and was thrilled to see a new CD with Stryper on it...but I wondered if it was just a last gasp for a dead band. There had already been several "best of" compilations with a handful of "bonus" tracks thrown on to garner sales...but for the most part...Stryper was another dead Sunset Strip glam band.

Reborn was followed by 2007′s Roxx Regime Demos, and 2009′s Murder By Pride...which was another album that I eagerly anticipated. It featured a step back towards the classic Stryper sound while still incorporating elements of modern hard rock. It also featured a cover of Boston's Peace Of Mind which highlighted the fact that Michael Sweet was touring with that band after the death of Brad Delp.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect.
Already had the CD, but purchased the double lp as well. Good music on a great format. Stryper is back.
Published 20 hours ago by Jennifer Case
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent
I am very happy and impressed withe the record. I have framed it and added it to my collection of stryper records
Published 4 days ago by Joel English
Published 6 days ago by exoria62
5.0 out of 5 stars the best Stryper album next to "To Hell with the devil"
I was really pleased with all the tracks, I can listen to the album from front to back and that tells you got an good album on your hands.
Published 16 days ago by Jason Young
5.0 out of 5 stars Stryper is back to vintage form!
I was very happy to get the special colored vinyl of this album. It sounded amazing. The cover artwork was amazing in the larger format. Read more
Published 16 days ago by Maria Van Vlack
5.0 out of 5 stars Rock at it's finiest!
Up to date, current, heavy with just the right messages for our world today. Stryper brings it and brings it great! Well done boys!
Published 17 days ago by Aram Stepanian
5.0 out of 5 stars Arguably the best the band has ever recorded
Stryper released their ninth studio album "No More Hell to Pay" in 2013. I had very little aspirations for the record due in large part to the band's previous offerings. Read more
Published 18 days ago by Jonathan Weller
5.0 out of 5 stars OUTSTANDING
Quite possibly the best thing Stryper have done. When other bands of the 80's just rest on their back catalogue, Stryper give the impression their best days may still be ahead. Read more
Published 19 days ago by Dr Duane J Parkinson
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Stryper/Metal CD
Great new release from Stryper. Heaver than their work from the 1980s. Vocals and guitar are top notch. Great release
Published 22 days ago by Jeffrey
5.0 out of 5 stars Stryper is back
Stryper is back and sounding better than ever. Michael Sweet hasn't lost a thing, sounds amazing. The band is tight and the old sound is back with just the right amount of... Read more
Published 23 days ago by Gregory Young
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