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Walking On A Thin Line

Guano Apes Audio CD
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Fort de son succès en Allemagne (son pays d'origine), Guano Apes impose là définitivement sa griffe, avec un troisième album pour le moins convaincant. Rodée par moult groupes à travers la planète, leur recette n'est pas neuve : trois garçons s'activent dans le cadre d'un power trio à faire monter la sauce d'une fusion empreinte de metal, tandis qu'une chanteuse virtuose (Sandra Nasic) s'emploie malicieusement à se faire tour à tour sensuelle ou violente. Évidemment, on songera à Skin de Skunk Anansie : plutôt un compliment ! --Hervé Comte

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1 x CD Album, Copy Protected
Germany 2003

1You Can't Stop Me3:10
3Kiss The Dawn5:19
4Pretty In Scarlet4:07
8Sing That Song3:02
9Scratch The Pitch3:48
10Plastic Mouth4:04
12Sugar Skin4:11

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5.0 out of 5 stars Their best album to date Dec 20 2003
By danny
Format:Audio CD
Well rather than rate each song on a 1-10 points axis individually like i normally do.. i'll just say one thing... there are probably little to no bad songs at all on this album. The album starts out with "You Can't Stop Me" and "Dick"... which are very energetic and yet melodic songs which really set the album on the right foot. The things that makes this album so much better than the previous Guano APes album (Dont give me Names) is that it is so much more energetic and stimulating... as where Dont Give me Names was MUCH slower paces than their first album and just didn't live up to what a fan of the Apes might expect(don't get me wrong tho, some great songs on that album).
the next two tracks, "Kiss the dawn" and "Pretty in scarlet" kind of slow down the mood a little bit... but are still worthy of being on the album and have great choruses. Diokhan is a bit "hip hop"ish almost... and though not a bad song is one of those songs that you'll probably skip over often. "Electric Nights" and "Quietly" are rock... butmore layed back rock. Electric nights has graet music.. but the chorus isn't that great. As where Quietly doesn't have very catchy guitars... but has an EXCELLENT chorus and is probably the best song on the album. It doesn't really sound like a guano apes song... more like a Cranberries song... but still good (after all, Guano Apes are known for covering many diff. styles of music) After "Quietly" the whole album kinda goes a bit down hill.. but not at a very constant rate. However... there are still some highlight songs towards the last half of the album, such as "Sing that Song" (not sure why i like that song but i do... it pumps me up!) and "High" are great songs... which take a little while to get into... but really build up.
Over all though...
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This album is by far the best work Guano Apes have put out. I own both their previous albums, but in spite of moments of brilliance (including their debut single, "Open Your Eyes", neither of them really succeeded in channelling the obvious energy of the group consistently into songs that clicked. Walking on a Thin Line finally delivers, lining up song after song of classic Guano Apes. This album is a bit lighter on the manic joke songs than the previous albums, which is probably a good thing. While they have done decent light-hearted songs as B-sides ("Candy Love") and collaborations ("Kumba Yo") in the past, the darker, more sincere material is what Guano Apes do best. Songs like "Quietly", "Storm", and "Kiss the Dawn" on this album are especially successful in this vein. This album single-handedly puts Guano Apes in the ranks of the best rock bands of the world at the moment.
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5.0 out of 5 stars You Can't Stop Them April 5 2004
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From the start 1.You Can't Stop Me from 12.Sugar Skin are well written and Sandra Nasic has out done herself. Her vocals are superb on every song. #4. Pretty In Scarlet-outstanding! 5.Kiokhan such a change in rhythm and metal(I define it as metal,not rock).#6.Quietly this song should be played on FM station's more. #7.High get ready to run and Rock N Roll. Probably their best song they have written from all CD'S. #8.Sing That Song has it's moments. #9.Scratch The Pitch another great song alittle slower but still rocks. #10. Plastic Mouth rhythm with grain excellant drums-keeps you in the groove! #11.Storm metal and solid rhythms-turn it up! #12.Sugar Skin outstanding guitars and rhythms,great closing song for CD. I take my hat off to all members Stude,Sandra Nasic,Henning Rumenapp and Dennis Poschwatta. Buy it you won't be disappointed. Maybe I will have the opportunity to see them live soon 2005.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Guano Apes are great!! Feb. 5 2004
By Brian
Format:Audio CD
I wish the Guano Apes would come back to the U.S. I remember when they released their debut here in the USA and they where really popular here for like 3 or 4 months back in like '98 with their single "Open Your Eyes". They were on MTV's Return of The Rock (back when MTV was better than now.) I agree. If they come back to the U.S., they would become a HUGE success here if they would just release their albums here and play live here. They are a remarkably talented band that release great records. "Electric Nights*" is one of the coolest songs I've heard in a long time.
*Bonus Track
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