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Don't Give Me Names

Guano Apes Audio CD
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1. Innocent Greed
2. No Speech
3. Big In Japan
4. Money & Milk
5. Living In A Lie
6. Dodel Up
7. I Want It
8. Heaven
9. Mine All Mine
10. Too Close To Leave
11. Gogan
12. Anne Claire

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Second only to Japanese success, being "big in Germany" isn't always something to brag about. Nor is winning a battle of the bands competition--which was how Germany's answer to Skunk Anansie were discovered back in 1996. Still, this follow-up to their million-selling debut album, Proud Like A God, leaves little doubt of Guano Apes' future world-class status. A collision of dark nu-metal, and melodies more memorable than most pop songs, "Innocent Greed", "No Speech" and "Money and Milk", are hard, heavy and uncompromising, yet undeniably commercial, riddled with killer hooks and riffs. But if Guano Apes obvious crossover potential is an asset, then Sandra Nasic's stunning vocals are their trump card. Innocent and luscious one minute, all powerful the next, it's her emotionally wrought screech that puts the real spike into the slamming grooves and dense guitar chugging of their heaviest assaults "I Want It" and "Big In Japan" and makes archetypal rock ballads "Living In A Lie" and "Too Close To Leave" so amazingly powerful. --Dan Gennoe

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All songs have been written by Guano Apes, except "Big in Japan", written by Marian Gold, Lloyd Bernhard and Frank Mertens. Super. 2004.

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i havn't heard of their new cd yet. But I am searching really hard for it. One of their older cd's though, Proud like a god" I do have and it kicks mad chunks man. I love that band so much. If you don't know where I am coming from then you just plan old suck jack. when I am listening to her sing, I hear alot of anger, but yet she is not singing about stupid (...) like the rappers do. She makes since, man. That is what we need in the world now a days. Bands that make (...) since.
anyways Guano Apes kick (...).
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5.0 out of 5 stars The stars are yours Sandra! Aug. 12 2001
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I've been a Guano Apes fan since 1997, when I used to live in Europe. A couple of weeks ago, I paid about [price].-(import) for their latest album "Don't give me names", and I don't regret it! As with their first album, I got adicted after listening to it for a day. Sandra Nasic and her band members give rock a hole new meaning.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  17 reviews
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Have CD! June 19 2000
By Tammy Bailey - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I originally bought this CD for my husband who's into heavey metal music, but found myself drawn to the voice of Sandra Nasic, the lead singer. Not only can she sing in a harsh, angry sounding voice, but she can also really sing in a soft gental voice that all can enjoy such as in the song "Living In A Lie". This is a true sign of musical talent. The Guano Apes band as a whole makes you just want to get up and jump round, or make you squirm in your seat with excitment while listening to songs like, "No Speech" & "Big In Japan". I know that for a fact! It's hard for me to explain or compair this band to others, because this band is unique and is not like all the other bands out there. This is a CD that will definitely distract you while you are trying to do something. I guess I'm going to have to go out and buy my husband another Guano Apes CD since I can't seem give his CD back! If you can, try to hear a sample of this CD, and then you can decide for yourself!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazement May 3 2001
By Jon - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I'm an avid fan of all types of music, but the amazing lyrics and sound of the Guano Apes astound, if not totally amaze me, some of their songs touch your heart like a light feather making you feel what sandra feels(like Anne Claire and Living in a Lie, for instance) and bringing you higher...following up songs then bring a harsh bit of reality back to you and throw you back down(such as gogan and dodel up), but not in a bad way, on top of it all their powerful song, and amazing lyrics make them one of the best bands to ever grace us with their *True* talent.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Breath of fresh air June 5 2000
By Eugene R. Willewald - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Excellent example of pop-punk imported directly from Germany. Wonderfull bass and rythm-guitar provide strong drive. "Doedel-up" and two harsh ballads are marvellous. If you are under 30 and in a bad mood - just switch it on and breathe...
4.0 out of 5 stars The Best Rock Band in a long time July 30 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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While this CD doesn't live up to their first one, it has such a carnal power in it, that you can't help but flip out in your car, your room, or wherever you're listening to it at. A few months ago I saw the Guano Apes live here in Stuttgart, Germany. They staight up rocked. I've never in my life been to a better concert. I know that I'll take every opportunity to see them again for as long as I'm over here in Europe, and hopefully, when I do return to the States, they'll be more popular over there and be playing more shows. As long as they continue to put out a product anywhere near as powerful as their first two albums, I'll be buying them as soon as they're available
4.0 out of 5 stars Not quite Proud Like A God, but... June 26 2000
By "normyzo" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Well, 3 years after Proud Like A God came out in Europe, theres Don't Give Me Names. This new album has many good tracks taking from Guano Apes singular style, like Innocent Greed, Mine All Mine, Heaven, and Big In Japan, featuring powerful guitar and unique vocals. Sandra's voice goes all over the map, from powered in Innocent Greed to light and versatile in other songs. If Proud Like a God gets 5 starts, then this album gets 4. While it does not have the raw power and simplicity of PLaG, the Guano Apes have grown up and shown us what they're capable of.
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