Through Hell to Heaven

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Through Hell to Heaven
Studio album by
The Crying Spell
ReleasedJuly 15, 2008 [1]
Genre Alternative rock, Hard rock, Post-grunge
Label Streamline
The Crying Spell chronology
Through Hell to Heaven
Alternative cover
Cover of original EP release

Through Hell to Heaven is the debut album of American hard rock band The Crying Spell.

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Track listing

Original EP release

All tracks written by Hotrum/Snyder, except where noted. The EP's track list can be obtained from Allmusic. [2]

1."Suicide Woman" 5:32
3."Tattood Girl" 4:04
4."Prayers" 4:08
6."Perfect" 3:43
7."Celebrity" 4:49
Full-length release

All tracks written by Hotrum/Snyder, except where noted. The album's track listing can be obtained from Allmusic. [1]

1."Suicide Woman" 5:32
3."Another World" 3:55
4."Tattood Girl" 4:01
5."Beautiful" 3:41
6."Perfect" 3:33
7."Whore For You" 4:11
8."Ultraviolet" 5:10
9."How Soon is Now" Morrissey/Marr 4:49
10."Prayers" 4:11
12."Avalon" 4:57
13."Celebrity" 4:48


The album's credits and personnel can be obtained from Allmusic. [3] [4]

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  2. "Through Hell to Heaven EP Overview". Allmusic. All Media Guide (Rovi). Retrieved December 11, 2011.
  3. "Through Hell to Heaven EP Credits". Allmusic. All Media Guide (Rovi). Retrieved December 10, 2011.
  4. "Through Hell to Heaven LP Credits". Allmusic. All Media Guide (Rovi). Retrieved December 10, 2011.