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Release date: 21 September 1991
Style: Power metal


7.5 | 243 votes


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01. Changes
02. Rich & Famous
03. As Time Goes By
04. (We Won't) Stop The War
05. Father And Son
06. One With The World
07. Start Running
08. Countdown
09. Dream Healer
10. The Spirit
11. Sail On [live] [Japanese bonus]
12. Heroes [2002 Digipack bonus]
13. Dream Healer [Pre-production version] [2002 Digipack bonus]
14. Who Do You Think You Are? [2002 Digipack bonus]

Lyrics (11)

Kai Hansen - guitars
Ralf Scheepers - vocals
Dirk Schlächter - guitars
Uwe Wessel - bass
Uli Kusch - drums

Additional info
Recorded at KARO Studios, Brackel.
Produced, mixed & engineered by Tommy Newton.
Second Engineer: Piet Sielck
Cover Concept: GammaRay & Jörg Blank
Cover design: Roger Gorman & Reiner Design Consultants, Inc.

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Sigh No More is the second release of Gamma Ray, after their debut Heading For Tomorrow, and with its weird cover, it is also a weird album. The line-up is once again different, introducing Uli Kusch on drums, with still Uwe Wessel on bass, Dirk Schlachter appears playing the guitar, while the duet Kai/Ralf is at its best.

published 27.10.2003 | Comments (3)

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Ruchesko - 15.05.2015 at 03:32  
Rating: 7 Not Kai's hottest work, but Scheepers does a great Axl Rose on "Father & Son".
TrueMetalJope - 25.11.2015 at 12:09  
Rating: 8 Well, this is not the typical Gamma Ray album. Clearly Judas Priest was a huge influence to this music. The album starts with "Changes" like "Sad Wings of Destiny" started with "Victim of Changes" - coincidence? I think not. Obviously the album is meant as a tribute to JP as it's more in heavy metal direction than the usual Gamma Ray power metal stuff. Sure it's not the most unique album out there and the music isn't that impressive either, but I have to admit that there is some quality in these songs.

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