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Time to Burn [Import]

Giant Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars STILL BURNIN' HOT... Nov. 13 2003
Format:Audio CD
Dann Huff, David Huff, Mike Brignardello and Alan Pasqua had the difficult task of puttin' out a follow-up album to the wonderful LAST OF THE RUNAWAYS. Many thought they couldn't quite do it...they were wrong.
TIME TO BURN, Giant's 2nd effort is a great AOR album, from the opening "Thunder and Lightning" to the killer "Get Use To It".
The album's agreat collection of AOR anthems, almost all co-written with the help of Brit producer Terry Thomas (Bad Company, Foreigner). The result is not as wonderful as it was on the first album (where almost 90% of the songs were co-writen by Mark Spiro), but it goes highly recommended.
"Stay" was the promo single for the record (though it had a different version, with more keyboards, and it was shorter in length).
"Now Until Forever" is a killer ballad, where "I'll Be There (When It's Over)" and "Without You" come as close as a radio-friendly AOR track could get.
Great AOR music, great production...get it now !!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Giant echoes a cherished age of rock Aug. 24 2010
By Alexeiv
Format:Audio CD
This is one of the last albums of the heyday of melodic rock.

When talent ran deep for those bands ready to produce.

Giant is one of the most forgotten great bands, right there with bands like Winger and Steelheart.

This album has a lot of parrelels with Winger's Pull and certainly I'd suggest having both of these albums.

The music is a bit more stylized for the 90s, but retains that 80s melody.

Hard to say which album I would prefer between their first last of the Runaways but this album itself is just a standout, only one track I could pick as mediocre, that being Get Used To It.

Other tracks, such as Chained, Lost in Paradise and Thunder and Lightning are top notch rock anthems.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible melodic rock June 11 2002
By Brad - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I had always been interested in these guys but had never bought an album by them until recently, when I ordered this one from Amazon.com. Fans on sites ...raved about this band and this album, .... This album is incredible.
How can you go wrong with rockers like "Chained", "Lay It On The Line", and the title track? All have over-the-top melodic vocals and instantly memorable hooks. Ballads like "Stay" and "I'll Be There (When It's Over)" also represent the best of what this genre is about. "Stay" is one of the best power ballads I have heard in years. Too bad it wasn't a hit, but it sure will make it on a future burned CD music mix of mine. "Lost In Paradise" is another exceptional song, the epitome of a great rock anthem. Comparisons to Def Leppard in their prime are valid when I think of songs like this--and coming from me (a huge Lep fan) that is a compliment.
I strongly encourage all melodic rock fans to pick this one up. At least as good as most popular rock album put out by '80s "pop metal" bands, and better than plenty of them.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars wow Feb. 14 2007
By Michael Williamson - Published on Amazon.com
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I never thought Giant had it in them. Their first album was pretty good and usually everyone's first was pretty good. But along came the sophomore slump and that just doesn't exist on time to burn. It is by far their best effort heads above Last of the Runaways. With songs like Thunder and Lightning, Stay, I'll be there, Giant has won me over. I would suggest that if you don't have it get it, a great set of songs from a group that should of been around longer than they were.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of my favourite Hard Rock CDs - the best in hard times March 8 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I first heard this CD while lying in bed with a stomach upset, but it quickly kicked me out of it - the bed and the trouble!
Giant is so unknown in Germany. I went to the photokina 2000 in Köln and was surprised - Wow, now they have crossed the atlantic!
But the new album should not be so good? I don't know.
I've been testing so many Rock-CDs, Christian, Non-Christian, but then I see: it is the standard. I like XT, Fighters, David Mullen, Whitehearts, Angelica (all christian groups). Once I tested a new album of Scorpions. (Still loving you, Wind of change, Send me an angel are so great with Klaus Meine as a Hard-Rock-Caruso) and I really asked myself, if I like Hard-Rock and if there could be good music. Then I put 'Time to burn' in my player. What a difference. The ballads 'Lost in paradise' and 'Now until forever' even speaks more to my heart then Klaus Meines wonderful sung 'Still loving you.' 'Lost in paradise' has more tension, more sorrow, more feeling.
Yes, this Rock sounds like the 80ties, but isn't that great? I can't hear those heartless 'Soul', Hip-Hop, Rap, Techno any more and good rocksongs have been destroyed by the silly techno beat with weak voices. Some songs are really fast and you can sweat in deep winter while dancing. It's a lot more power than Bryan Adams and Bon Jovi have in the 80ties, not talking of them in the early 90ties. (Then I dropped my interest in their music.)
Real 'Hard'Rock, melodic, sometimes aggressive power, but never trashy...
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars STILL BURNIN' HOT... Nov. 13 2003
By JULIANO MALLON - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Dann Huff, David Huff, Mike Brignardello and Alan Pasqua had the difficult task of puttin' out a follow-up album to the wonderful LAST OF THE RUNAWAYS. Many thought they couldn't quite do it...they were wrong.
TIME TO BURN, Giant's 2nd effort is a great AOR album, from the opening "Thunder and Lightning" to the killer "Get Use To It".
The album's agreat collection of AOR anthems, almost all co-written with the help of Brit producer Terry Thomas (Bad Company, Foreigner). The result is not as wonderful as it was on the first album (where almost 90% of the songs were co-writen by Mark Spiro), but it goes highly recommended.
"Stay" was the promo single for the record (though it had a different version, with more keyboards, and it was shorter in length).
"Now Until Forever" is a killer ballad, where "I'll Be There (When It's Over)" and "Without You" come as close as a radio-friendly AOR track could get.
Great AOR music, great production...get it now !!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In the category : The Best of the Best March 30 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Well it is!!!, it cant get any better than this, this also applies to the other album (Last of the Runways). I still remember the first time i've heard these guys, I got the tape from a friend in high school back at the days were I used to live in Baghdad, Iraq. With the first song, they jumped up there with Europe, Scorpions, and Whitesnake. The lyrics are amazing, and the only thing thats better are the guitars rockin & rollin. Too bad they departed, but I guess thats what happened with all the 80's great H.Rock bands.
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