The Christian Metal band Stryper recorded this for their 1990 album Against the Law
and made a video for it. They brought in a young go-getter named Randy Jackson to play bass on the track. Stryper lead singer Michael Sweet
told us why they brought in the future American Idol
judge: "Tim Gaines played on that album, and that was the one song that we were looking for a certain style - we wanted a particular style that Tim at the time just didn't really play. It'd be like me playing jazz; if you don't play that style, you don't play that style. And we had mentioned this to Tom and Tom had mentioned it to us, as well, how great it would be get this guy, Randy Jackson, on the song. And I knew about him from Journey at the time, because he played with Journey. And Tom had worked with him on some records and said, 'Oh, my gosh, this guy would tear this up.' So sure enough, we called him, flew him in, and he laid that song down in a couple of hours, and just really brought a lot to it. If you can just imagine the song without that bass, it wouldn't be the same. He really brought it to a new level."