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In God We Trust

4.4 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 13, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B000000OB5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,870 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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After 'To Hell With The Devil' went nuts on MTV and sold like crazy, Stryper knew they had found an audience. And they milked it. This CD is much more radio friendly and not as heavy as their earlier stuff, but still good. "Always There For You" was the big hit here. Between that and "Honestly" (from their last album), I was hooked on Stryper. "In God We Trust" is a comical song, if you think about it. It's a great song, but after their previous album they had to be richer than hell (pun intended). Oh the irony. "Keep The Fire Burning" & "Believe In You" are great tunes. "The World Of You & I" and "Lonely" are my two favorite tunes here. They are both have that ballad feel to them, but never fall into the sappy realm. I recommend this if you like their other stuff or if you liked 80's hard rock in general.
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I grew up on Stryper. This album is a must have for everyone who loves 80's Heavy Metal! In God We Trust, along with Soldiers Under Command, and To Hell With the Devil are their best albums. If you don't have any of these YOU NEED TO BUY THEM ALL, THEY ARE GREAT! Stryper was the first christian band I ever listened to and they changed my view of music. Buy In God We Trust Today!
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if you like 80 metal i love stryper .i love always there for you.keep the fire burning it u to you.strper came out in the late .there they dress like bees with long hair .'in the last under them year they got older and the music change..i guess maybee five year..they music was piop metal. and song of the music was eazy to siging too .too hell with the devil and solderunder commmade in god we trust yellow and black attack was there first one..they got new album out right no.like no more hell to pay..for tempory micheal sweet left and went one his own.with his first micheal swett.i like that.second was real .i was more unpluged style i have not follow that muchthe last time i seem them in concert was cornerstonefestival in 2002 in bushinell ill. and 2012 was the festival fairwell the call it quit .for cstone festiival
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Stryper catches a lot of crap for the band they were. They weren't doing anything different than the other bands coming out around that time.With the exception being that the guys in Stryper actually knew their instruments and abilities and utilized that knowledge to the fullest! My favorite bands are Motorhead, Saxon, black Sabbath,manowar etc and Stryper is right up there with them. I have their beliefs and stand up for them. That's what I call integrity. I.G.W.T. is a great album. After to hell with the devil I didn't think it was possible to create another album on that bar but they did it with this one. I loved it when it came out and over 25 years later im still jammin' to it
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DUH NUH NUH NUH NUH NUH NUH NUH DUH NUH DUNNUH NUH DUH NUH

I've enjoyed these tunes since I was pretty small, so there's a lot of nostalgia in it, to say the least. It's a great band to raise kids on, assuming they're the "I want everything I do to be cool" (not like "Bieber/teen drama/hangout for no reason" cool, but like "extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeme!!" and whatever else.. kinda like Anakin in episode 1, you know?).
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I have been a Stryper Fan since their debut in the early 80's, from their first album "The Yellow and Black Attack" to their latest "Reborn". And I have to say that "In God We Trust" was truly the peak of the band's career. The album is nearly flawless in every aspect. Michael Sweet's incredible vocals shine throughout every song and lyric. The album's hit "Always There For You" was a huge hit on MTV and in my opinion was one of their most inspirational songs to date. If you know Stryper, you will know some of their incredible ballads such as Honestly, All of Me, My Love I will Always Show" and on this album "I Believe In You", which are all unique. Unfortunately, this CD has received some harsh criticism from other viewers. It seems to me that whenever an artist or group ventures into uncharted territory, fans get fickle and overly critical and narrow minded. But I think if you listen with an open mind, you will appreciate the direction and quality of this album, which is unlike any of their other work.
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I had this album on record when it was first released. The sound quality was very good and loud. They have translated the sound to cd very well. As far as the music goes, this album really didn't give me what I thought it would when I first heard it. Now you must realize this was the follow up to 'To Hell With The Devil". Not a easy album to follow. I just feel like they did not take enough time with the song writing on this album. Now the positives, I really like the songs In God We Trust, Writing On The Wall, The Reign and a couple others. I can listen to this album all the way through and that says something. It's not To Hell With The Devil but there is a lot of energy on this cd. It is a must in any Stryper fans collection.
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Okay stop sniggering at the back, just cause someone mentioned Stryper, God's own angelic metal force! This CD is heavenly...sorry no more poor jokes, so seriously, this CD is a five star job no doubt what so ever. The band was always about melodies, and pitch perfect harmonies, but on this one Stryper decided to throw themselves at the pop metal market with abandon....and it works very well. Infact probably only "The Writing.." and "The Reign" could be described as reminisant of the previous releases by this band of Holy Men. All the other songs on offer here are less hard edged and more ambigious in terms of religious lyrical content. Or more to the point they could be taken as love songs etc. The highlights are the opening threesome being "In God We Trust", "Always There For You" and "Keep The Fire Burnin" which are perfect slices of Dokkenesque pop, so try not singing along! "Its Up To You" is a kind of Kiss style "I Love It Loud" chant along thing, but is a direct copy of "The Sing Along Song" on the bands previous album "To Hell...", its not very good on either occasion unfortunately. This is followed by the luciously vocalled "In the World Of You and I" which for some reason reminds me of Fleetwood Mac of all bands! Another mentionable has to be "Lonely" which is a magestic power ballad with tasteful twin guitars...lovely! Okay so its all corny as hell (oops)but it is certainly entertaining....brings a smile to my dial every time!
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