Stryper question

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Re: Stryper question

Post by blayze5150 » Mon Aug 07, 2017 7:19 pm

IDK, Brent. I couldn't see it happening in a million years, but Ronnie's style would be very interesting with Stryper. The stuff from On Fire! and Beyond Belief has a certain energy to it that could flow well with Stryper. He really shined on some of Petra's heavier tracks from that era, most notably Midnight Oil from Wake Up Call. Like I said, I don't see it happening by a long shot... but I think it would work. Dare to dream! (Wonder if Greg Baily would... never mind! Not opening that can of worms LoL)

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Re: Stryper question

Post by Mountain Man » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:46 am

davealward wrote:
Wed Jul 26, 2017 7:18 pm
...would find it strange if one of the members didn't believe what they were singing/playing live.
Happens all the time, especially when there's a paycheck and fame involved.

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Re: Stryper question

Post by brent » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:56 pm


You don't think all of the pastors in pulpits believe the stuff they say do ya? Of course, there are LOTS of musicians in secular bands who don't believe everything they sing. They don't come up with their demonic album art. It's an act for a show. There are lots of artists singing Christian lyrics who don't believe them. There are some Gaither type artists like this even.

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