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Category: Hard Rock
Label: A and M
Catalog Number: 75021 5383 2
|1. ||Steal Your Fire |
|2. ||Money to Burn |
|3. ||Long Road |
|4. ||Welcome to the Real World |
|5. ||Higher Ground |
|6. ||Borrowed Time |
|7. ||Freedom |
|8. ||Won't Back Down |
|9. ||Reach Out for Love |
|10. ||Watching the World Go By |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 20, 2001 at 5:25|
|The best cd from the band, the heavier one but perhaps the more melodic. Great guitars, songs and vocals. No filler. I love "Steal your fire" "Money to burn" and "Borrowed time", pure enrgy. Their third one "Swagger" is fine too. The fourth one is just a shit.
||Date: August 17, 2002 at 16:08|
|True Kique. This is great, so is Swagger. Swagger is a superb release. I have no idea hoe they came up with the SUPERSHITTECRAPPY next release. Damn it was bad.
||Date: September 8, 2002 at 3:31|
|One good stuff. I liked "Welcome to the Real World" most.
||Date: August 1, 2003 at 5:13|
|Excellent cd yes. The vocals are impressing as always. Heavy but still the songs have some catchy tunes to it. Just like the Swagger album. Another great release. But what in the world where these guys onto when writing for the last album. LSD ? Total shit. Another band that thought they needed to grow. And where are the now ? Where they surrounded by deaf people when recording this one ? What a shame on such a talented band.
|From: Jordi Bormann
||Date: November 7, 2003 at 6:12|
|Muy peor que el primero. Aprovechable. Nada mas
||Date: February 22, 2004 at 8:20|
|superb album as was swagger and taking on the world...have heard a rumour that Spectrum Records are thinking about releasing a GUN produced version of 0141, untouched by mr fariss........
||Date: March 21, 2004 at 18:27|
|Recently picked this one up cheap. I was happy to find it, but I expected to like it better. It may still grow on me though. Kinda reminds me of the Alarm's later albums. It's pretty good, but you kinda suspect the band were capable of doing better.
||Date: November 11, 2004 at 7:58|
|Great band and for me this is their finest. Swagger was very good but tried to be a bit "Bon Jovi" in places. Their debut was a good start. Their fourth release (apart from the great "Crazy You" was shit. My favourite songs on "Gallus": Money to Burn, Long Road, Higher Ground and Borrowed Time.
||Date: November 20, 2004 at 9:31|
|Comparado con el primero, este es más duro, pero con la misma calidad compositiva. STEAL YOUR FIRE, WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD, FREEDOM, BORROWED TIME e HIGHER GROUND mis favoritas.
||Date: February 14, 2005 at 19:44|
|A heavier effort than the debut, this comes out firing with the amazing melodic rocker 'Steal your fire'. This does rock harder that the debut, and there is still a high element of class to proceedings. 'Long road' is a great track, 'Freedom' is IMO the best of the first 2 CDs and a killer melodic hard rocker - very catchy, and 'Welcome to the real world' is a stunning closer. Another very good album. Highly recommended, as again you'll find it cheap.
||Date: March 3, 2005 at 19:28|
|These guys were great songwriters. "Steal your fire" is just amazing. The album closes with a very sentimental ballad (love it!) and in between you'll find only great tracks. A true must-have! Check out the band's tribute site: www.gunrgallus.fsnet.co.uk
||Date: January 16, 2006 at 16:17|
|Que tres discazos tienen esta gente. Aunque me quedo con el primero, este tiene canciones im-presionantes: STEAL YOUR FIRE, REACH OUT FOR LOVE; MONEY TO BURN..
||Date: November 19, 2006 at 11:07|
|Many years ago I did not consider this band as a good one but I had to change my opinion.”Gallus”is a great cd and also”swagger”is very good.When I’ll find their debut I’ll take it indeed!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: May 7, 2008 at 20:37|
|This album is a lot better than their last release "Swagger" even though the mentioned one has great tunes too but this one is more into the Rock/Pop or Melodic Rock territory.Songs such as the opener "Steal Your Fire" and "Money to Burn" are great Rock songs with that "something" that make us recognize the GUN sound inmediately.90/100
|From: juan carlos
||Date: July 1, 2008 at 16:36|
|More Hardrocker than their first album but not as good as that, Very Good Melodic HardRock though. Great Production/Singer/Chorus/Solos. "Freedom" "Long Road" and "Watching the World Go By"(Semi-Acoustic) are The Highlights for me. Recommended. 8.5/10
|From: Swedish Rocker
||Date: May 17, 2009 at 0:33|
|I bought this in the early 90's without having heard anything by the band. I had only read a review of this CD in a magazine. A little risky, but in this case it certainly paid off. Still one of my favourite albums, and one of those rare CD:s that doesn't have any really weak songs.
||Date: July 8, 2012 at 23:31|
|This is by far my favorite GUN album, it jumps right into the thick of shit, with Steal Your Fire,(with video on Mtv) then doesn't ever let up, Money To Burn is a melodic gem, Won't Back Down a catchy hook heavy jam, Freedom just fucking rocks, but the real jewel on here, is all the way at the end of the disc, a very touching and sentimental ballad, with acoustic guitar that would make the hardest hardcore cry, a simple and touching song, plain and simple, and that song would be the CD closing Watching The World Go By, what a fucking excellent album all the way around, not really a filler on here, GUN'S pinnacle album hands down, not even close, this is a hard rocking, heavy, very catchy sing along, Hard Rock album, plain and simple, you will buy it, and you will like it, if you don't your a fag, and don't know anything about Rock, so kill yourself.
||Date: October 2, 2012 at 19:13|
|I personally feel that "Gallus" is seriously GUN's opus. The album opens up with the arena ready rocker "Steal Your Fire" which is sure to please anyone (it was on Headbangers Ball in 92-93!). The album keeps ahead with track 2, the bluesy "Money To Burn". Then there's the awesome "Welcome To The Real World", another arena ready romp complete with sing along chorus. "Freedom" just rocks your ass off. It may sound like a song about love but I was floored by how awesome this song really is! The album then closes out with a song that A) made me almost cry the first time I heard it, and B) relates to my life completely, the beautiful yet melancholy "Watching The World Go By". Its a song about just saying fuck it in life when everyone lets you down and misleads you and sitting back, not giving a shit whether you live or die, simply watching the world pass. Overall, I say that GALLUS is a phenomenal record that is not too far off par from their debut, highly recommended to anyone. K.G
|From: hair metal again
||Date: June 10, 2013 at 10:51|
|excellent release by an excellent band and 92 was a great year for hard rock with many fine releases!i was lucky to buy it at real time ,as the video "steal your fire" was superb!the whole release has a great rockin but commercial sound with fine musicianship and great vocals!"money to burn" and "long road" are great songs too!
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