To Hell with the Devil

To Hell with the Devil

by Stryper


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When the majority of Christian artists were going unheard in the secular market, Stryper became even more visible among non-Christian audiences with its third album, To Hell with the Devil. This was the first time a Stryper album went platinum -- something the headbangers' presence on MTV no doubt played a role in. And the fact that this album boasted Stryper's strongest writing up to that point didn't hurt. The southern Californians sound especially confident and inspired on "The Way," "Sing-Along Song," "More Than a Man" and the infectious title song. But as invigorating as the up-tempo numbers are, Stryper's ballads didn't improve a bit; "All of Me" and the hit "Honestly" are as annoying as ever.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/16/1991
Label: Hollywood Records
UPC: 0720616118523
catalogNumber: 161185
Rank: 5430

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stryper   Primary Artist
Bradford Cobb   Bass Guitar
Oz Fox   Guitar,Background Vocals
Tim Gaines   Bass Guitar
Michael Sweet   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Robert Sweet   Drums
John Van Tongeren   Keyboards

Technical Credits

Stryper   Contributor
Ray Brown   Costume Design
Oz Fox   Producer
Stephan Galfas   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Dan Nebenzal   Engineer
Michael Sweet   Arranger,Producer
Robert Sweet   Producer,Cover Design
Brian Ayuso   Art Direction

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To Hell with the Devil 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
An excellent album! However, I must disagree with Alex Henderson's review. While "All Of Me" may be annoying, "Honestly" remains when of the most beautiful rock ballads of all time. Tracks 2, 3, 7, & 11 really ROCK!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Styper is truly blessed to have such talent, and to be able to translate it into an album is briliant. I believe that this is the best Stryper CD out there, though the other CD's are pretty decent. Just buy this, and you'll be satisfied. This really proves that you don't have to be an atheist to rock on.