Taken from the album FALLEN. Song lyrics are listed below. Chorus) Now you’re Fallen, Fallen, Fallen.
Fallen is the sixteenth release and the eleventh studio album by the Christian metal band Stryper, produced by the frontman Michael Sweet and released on October 16, 2015. Fallen is an album featuring the band's signature sounds and style on mostly original songs and one cover song, unlike several of their previous albums which covered their own songs (2013's Second Coming) and covers of others' works (2011's The Covering).
You were filled with pride because you were so beautiful Your wisdom was corrupted for the sake of your splendor You were cast down to the ground, exposed before the kings Deceiver of the world, you know you'll always be the great pretender. Now you're fallen, fallen, fallen.
You were filled with pride Because you were so beautiful Your wisdom was so corrupted For the sake of your splendor You were cast down to the ground Exposed before the king Deceiver of the world, you know You'll always be the great pretender. Chorus) Now you're Fallen, Fallen, Fallen. You used to be so blameless From the day you came to be Unrighteousness It reared its evil face inside of you You were once anointed When you walked the music played Like lightning from the sky You were forever thrown from Heaven too. (Chorus) Now you're Fallen, Fallen,.
Fallen is an all-original album featuring the band's signature sounds and style. However, the sound of the album is heavier, but still retains the band's melodic pattern Critical reception.
The new album by Stryper is doing anything but fallen in the charts since it’s release. This band once thought of as a gimmick or a flash in the pan has continued with music for over 30 years with each release sounding better like an aged wine. The one of many things I have noticed are the lyrics and the music evolving into a more intellegent unit of songwriting. The Stryper sound is there, great vocals, harmonies, dual guitar solos. This album feels heavier to me than past albums and seems to draw from more influences. Yahweh has that Classic Stryper sound with a great hook.
Album · 2015 · 12 Songs. See All. God Damn Evil. No More Hell to Pay. 2013. Second Coming (Re-Recorded).
Stryper, Fallen Album Art. Frontiers Records. Stryper, Fallen Track Listing. 1. "Yahweh" 2. "Fallen" 3. "Pride" 4. "Big Screen Lies" 5. "Heaven" 6. "Love You Like I Do" 7. "All Over Again" 8. "After Forever" 9. "Till I Get What I Need" 10. "Let There Be Light" 11. "The Calling" 12. "King of Kings". Stryper's Michael Sweet Asks Fans About Bringing in Singer to Hit High Notes. Filed Under: Stryper. Categories: Metal, New Albums, News, Songs.
Fallen is a 12-track album of hardcore Metal worship beginning with Yahweh, co-written with Sevendust’s Clint Lowery; a six plus minute intense, riff-laden piece that chews up the time with its charging beat as Sweet sings about the Old Testament name for God. Next, the title track, Fallen, comes in on feedback that quickly turns into a choppy riff with an up-tempo beat as Sweet sings about the fall of Satan. Stryper has retained their title as one of the premiere Metal bands. Fallen is a tight, well-composed collection of songs bound to please their fans, and perhaps open the eyes of younger Metalheads.
|4||Big Screen Lies|
|6||Love You Like I Do|
|7||All Over Again|
|9||Till I Get What I Need|
|10||Let There Be Light|
|12||King Of Kings|
|13||All Over Again (Acoustic Version)|
- Producer – Michael Sweet
Notes"All Over Again (Acoustic Version)" is a bonus track.
Comes in a jewel case with 12 page booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MICP-11245
|FR CD 706||Stryper||Fallen (CD, Album)||Frontiers Music SRL||FR CD 706||Italy||2015|
|ULTLMT014||Stryper||Fallen (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Ulterium Records||ULTLMT014||Sweden||2015|
|MICP-11245||Stryper||Fallen (CD, Album)||Avalon||MICP-11245||Japan||2015|
|ROAR45||Stryper||Fallen (CD, Album, Ltd)||Rock Of Angels Records||ROAR45||Greece||2015|
|FR CD 706||Stryper||Fallen (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Frontiers Records||FR CD 706||Russia||2015|