Stryper Live 256

Experience Stryper music like never before with this NEW downloadable mini-pack of 5 Stryper songs from the Live in America CD.   Stryper is recognized as the first openly Christian heavy metal band to gain recognition in the mainstream music world.    Due to popular demand, this is the second of 5 downloadable 5-packs of Stryper music.   Songs include:

Soldiers Under Command
Makes Me Wanna Sing
Calling On You

Caught In The Middle
Reach Out

So, strap on the guitar and riff with  Stryper –
the pioneers in Christan Metal Rock!
Your Price:  $4.95
NOTE:  You must already have Guitar Praise installed on your computer.

Stryper has just finished their tour of approximately 50 cities across America.  They are now on their International  tour in January and February of 2010. 25 years ago (1984) Stryper broke on to the scene with their debut EP Yellow and Black Attack and have since gone on to sell 8 million records worldwide and tour the world spreading an inspirational message through their branded sound of rock songs, heavy guitars, and pristine harmony vocals.


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