|Through Hell to Heaven|
| Studio album by |
The Crying Spell
|Released||July 15, 2008|
|Genre||Alternative rock, Hard rock, Post-grunge|
|The Crying Spell chronology|
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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All tracks written by Hotrum/Snyder, except where noted. The EP's track list can be obtained from Allmusic.
All tracks written by Hotrum/Snyder, except where noted. The album's track listing can be obtained from Allmusic.
|7.||"Whore For You"||4:11|
|9.||"How Soon is Now"||Morrissey/Marr||4:49|
The album's credits and personnel can be obtained from Allmusic.
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