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Live at the Whisky


Download links and information about Live at the Whisky by Stryper. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Hard Rock, Christian Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:15:09 minutes.

Artist: Stryper
Release date: 2014
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Hard Rock, Christian Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:15:09
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No. Title Length
1. Legacy (Live) 4:18
2. Marching into Battle (Live) 4:43
3. You Know What to Do (Live) 4:39
4. Loud N' Clear (Live) 3:42
5. Reach Out (Live) 5:11
6. Calling on You (Live) 3:40
7. Free (Live) 3:46
8. More Than a Man (Live) 4:39
9. The Rock That Makes Me Roll (Live) 5:01
10. No More Hell to Pay (Live) 5:04
11. Jesus Is Just Alright (Live) 5:08
12. Always There for You (Live) 4:24
13. All for One (Live) 4:29
14. The Way (Live) 3:56
15. To Hell with the Devil (Live) 5:26
16. Soldiers Under Command (Live) 7:03



Stryper follow up 2013’s critically praised No More Hell to Pay with a live retrospective album that surveys tunes from all phases of the Christian rock combo’s career. Recorded onstage in October 2013, Live at the Whisky captures the band blazing forth on their old Sunset Strip stomping grounds with a palpable ferocity and sense of mission. From the start, Stryper always asserted their faith loudly and proudly, matching the Scripture-inspired content with a swagger worthy of the most brazen secular metal act. All of the above are present here as frontman Michael Sweet reaches deep into the band’s catalog for songs from '80s-era albums (like The Yellow and Black Attack and Soldiers Under Command) through tracks from their recent post-reunion projects. Lesser-known songs like the seething “More Than a Man” and the hard-slamming “You Know What to Do” are interspersed with signature numbers like “To Hell with the Devil,” “Always There for You,” and “Reach Out.” With Oz Fox’s volleys of guitar firepower leading the way, Stryper find new passion in these anthems of surrender and redemption.