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The Yellow and Black Attack

Stryper

Type:
EP
Release date:
July 21st, 1984
Label:
Enigma Records
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 77%)
1. Loud 'n' Clear 03:38   Show lyrics
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2. From Wrong to Right 03:52   Show lyrics
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3. You Know What to Do 04:58   Show lyrics
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4. Co'mon Rock 03:49   Show lyrics
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5. You Won't Be Lonely 03:47   Show lyrics
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6. Loving You 04:18   Show lyrics
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Band members
Robert Sweet Drums
Michael Sweet Vocals (lead), Guitars
Oz Fox Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Timothy Gaines Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Guest/Session
Chris Currell Synclavier programming
Miscellaneous staff
Glen La Fermin Photography
Brian Ayuso Art direction, Design
Eddy Schreyer Mastering
Jim Faraci Mixing
Ron Goudie Producer
Tom Utley Cover art
Robert Sweet Drums
Michael Sweet Vocals (lead), Guitars
Oz Fox Guitars (lead), Vocals (backing)
Timothy Gaines Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (backing)
Chris Currell Synclavier programming
Glen La Fermin Photography
Brian Ayuso Art direction, Design
Eddy Schreyer Mastering
Jim Faraci Mixing
Ron Goudie Producer
Tom Utley Cover art
Read A rough, but respectable... 65% greenberger October 18th, 2013
Read The bees have taken our world! 70% Kalelfromkrypton April 23rd, 2010
Read A Mixed Bag, but a Good One 95% ExMachina December 1st, 2006
Released on vinyl and tape.

Two different vinyl covers exist. The original pressing features the hand almost partially missing and the letters are not printed on Robert's rocket.

Released on vinyl in Japan on March 21st, 1985. Includes 2 bonus tracks:
4. Reason for the Reason (6:30)
8. Winter Wonderland (3:15)

Remastered and re-released on CD, tape and vinyl on August 10, 1986 by Enigma Records. Vinyl edition re-released in UK by Music for Nations.
Comes with different cover art. The cover art for the CD is slightly different than the cover art for the tape and vinyl editions. Includes two bonus tracks:
3. My Love I'll Always Show (3:38)
8. Reason for the Season (6:30)

Remixed and re-released on limited edition blue transparent vinyl in 1986 by Enigma Records. It comes in a die-cut round shaped sleeve with different cover art.

Re-released on vinyl in 1987 by Myrrh. Comes with different cover art and includes 2 bonus tracks:
3. My Love I'll Always Show (3:39)
8. Reason for the Season (6:31)

Re-released on CD in 1991 by Hollywood Records. Comes with different cover art and includes 2 bonus tracks:
3. My Love I'll Always Show (3:39)
8. Reason for the Season (6:31)
Added by: Noisenoir Modified by: Caliginosity
Added on: 2006-11-20 12:02:36 Last modified on: 2014-04-05 21:09:33
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