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  • CD (12 août 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000AM6HV
  • Autres éditions : CD
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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Par hyxhell le 29 mars 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
que dire, Gamma ray c'est Gamma ray, jamais de déception avec ce groupe ! Des mélodies taillées pour le live, ce groupe aime ce qu'il fait, il aime son publique et n'a aucune prétention que de nous régaler !
Vive Gamma Ray !
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 24 octobre 2002
Format: CD
Gamma Ray n'a pas l'habitude de décevoir ses fans, et ce n'est pas No World Order qui fera exception à la règle. On passera outre la pochette sublime pour se focaliser sur le côté toujours aussi rythmé -voire épique- de cet album qui, s'il n'innove pas vraiment pas rapport au précédent, reste un chef-d'oeuvre incontestable du metal mélodique. Si la plupart des chansons sont speed et très rythmées comme à l'habitude du groupe, on y a trouvera cependant une magnifique ballade, Lake of Tears. Toujours fortement influencé par Iron Maiden, toujours porté par la voix puissante de Kai Hansen à la prononciation quasi parfaite (chose rare chez les groupes allemands), le groupe signe là une référence du metal toutes catégories confondues, un album indispensable à tout fan qui se respecte.
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Par deltac le 25 juillet 2014
Format: CD
Album qui fait honneur au heavy métal mélodique. Kai Hansen sait créer des morceaux géniaux et cet album est un très bon cru de gamma ray
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Surprisingly good amalgam of prog and power metal influences 10 avril 2002
Par Just Bill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
No World Order! is my first Gamma Ray CD. But it won't be my last.
Vocalist/guitarist Kai Hansen (formerly of Helloween) has a voice that's a cross between Hansi Kursch of the German symphonic metal band Blind Guardian, Nick Barrett of Britian's neo-prog favorites Pendragon and even (on "The Heart of the Unicorn") a bit of the screech of AC/DC's Brian Johnson.
But Kai's voice is better than all of the above-named artists. He sounds obviously non-American (much like Nick Barrett), but that doesn't detract from the songs.
On the contrary, Kai's voice soars above the instruments, reaching notes that surprised me (particularly on "Solid," the seventh track).
The first two tracks (the tone-setting "Induction" and the fast-paced "Dethrone Tyranny") sound so much like Blind Guardian that I'd swear I was listening to the latest BG release. The production sound is huge. And the vocals are layered one upon the other to create an anthemic sound that either pays tribute to Blind Guardian or rips them off shamelessly. Either way, it's a sound that you either love or hate. I happen to love it.
A friend of mine recently wrote, "I don't like Gamma Ray at all. Can't recommend them. It's all speed, mediocre chops, awful vocals." I almost didn't buy No World Order! because of his opinion.
Boy am I glad I didn't listen to his assessment. No World Order! has been my latest favorite disc, playing almost non-stop for two days. (And now I'm trying to get him to listen to No World Order! because I think he severely underestimated this German band.)
I find Gamma Ray to be exceptionally listenable and enjoyable. The songs are uplifting, well-crafted and creative. Even some of the guitar riffs took me by surprise. The title track, for instance. It begins with a killer riff and high-hat intro that sound more in common with Motely Crue than with speed metal of today.
As other reviewers have pointed out, No World Order! is about a secret society (the Illuminati) that tryannically rules the world. It's not necessarily the most original theme for a concept album, but it is one of the more realistic.
Other favorite tracks include "Solid," which has a Judas Priest-like guitar riff and soaring vocal.
"Fire Below" is another Judas Priest-like track. Great guitar riff. More like an '80s metal band than one from 2002. I like that. A lot.
No World Order! is a remarkable CD and one I recommend highly. The songs are melodic, upbeat and driving. The guitar solos are like those from the shredders of old: fast, furious and plentiful. Just the way I like them.
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Their best post-Ralf Scheeppers album. 21 janvier 2002
Par I. MUNOZ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is arguably the best album from Gamma Ray (GR) since Ralf Scheeppers left, and the second one after the "Heading For Tomorrow" -Of course, I exclude the "Blast From The Past", which is a "best-of..." release.
I perceive NWO as a return to the Hansen's roots of pure, simple and sincere power metal. It sounds as the Helloween of the époque of "Walls Of Jericho", but much more mature and refined. All along this CD you will enjoy the great vocals and choirs from Kai Hansen, the impressive guitar work (which does not abuse this time of our patience, but maintains the high-quality soloing!) of Richter and Hansen, the Zimmermann's drumming, the superb production and the solid musical arrangements.
All the songs are well-equilibrated and impressively played. Zimmermann's "Damn The Machine" and "Dethrone Tyranny" have a fresh sound, which adds a lot to the value of this album. "Solid", though childish, is a great tune that demonstrates Hansen's songwriting abilities, as well as the "Painkilleresque" "The Heart Of the Unicorn". Richter's "Helloweenesque" "Follow Me" is also very good and deserves to be mentioned. Finally, the ballad "Lake Of Tears" shows some Blind Guardian's influences and is effective in reaching some emotive peaks to close the album.
In general, GR has done a great job this time. I should mention however that you won't find any innovative composition here, nor very smart lyrics. I must also say that "Trouble" (from the Japanese version) is really a BAD song, and that "Heaven Or Hell" and "New World Order" are both a little bit cheesy and evident. Final score: Four stars. Nevertheless, this album is a must have for power metal fans, and mandatory for GR followers -like myself ;-) Just go for it now! -you won't regret after all ;-)
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Great Album 13 octobre 2004
Par A metal fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a Helloween fan since I bought Keepers Part 1 back in '87 and then Wall of Jerico after that. But I never gave Gamma Ray a chance until much later. I love Wall's music especially Kai and Mike's guitar, but I only tolerated Kai's vocal which sorta led me to stay away from Gamma Ray. Then 2001 game along and I visited Gamma's official web-site for the first time and listened to sound samples of there music and to my superise they were awesome. I rushed out to the mall and No World Order was the only release that the store had so I bought it and it changed my attitude of Kai. His vocals over the years have improved greatly and his guitar playing is better then ever. NWO became one of the faves and most listen too cd in my collection. Dethrone Tyranny displays his Helloween roots. A great melodic speed metal tune. The Heart of the Unicore sounds like something that came off of Judas Priest's Painkiller album (another much listened to album.) Heavy rhythms, high pitched vocals and killer solos. Other highlights include New World Order, Damn the Machine, and Solid. Lake of Tears is nice power ballad that really showed me how much Kai's vocals have evolved over the years. If you are new to Gamma Ray, buy this CD you won't be disappointed, (unless you're not a fan of melodic power metal.)
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One of the best power metal records ever! 26 février 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I won't do a long review because all that really needs to be said about it is that this CD KICKS ARSE!
It starts out with 1:30 grand epic vocal intro to the Illuminati. From there it kicks into high gear and doesn't let up until the last track.
Gamma Ray does a masterful job at mixing high powered rythm's with epic vocals. The guitar work is sensational, ranging from crundhing headbangers (Damn the Machine, Fire Below, Heart of the Unicorn) to thrash (Dethrone Tyrany) to accoustic (Lake of Tears). Kai Hansen, as usual, displays a vocal range few others can claim. The sound quality and production is top notch. There's nothing I don't like about this CD. I think it's their best CD yet.
If you're looking for something new and different than you probably won't find it in NWO. But if you love classic Gamma Ray and want to hear power metal done to perfection, than you defintely won't want to miss this one. Superb!
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Gamma Ray=Good; Illuminati=Bad 10 octobre 2005
Par J. Holmes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Gamma Ray will always be compared somehow with Helloween, considering that Kai Hansen (guitar & vocals) of Helloween started this band...but there's lots of elements of modern prog bands and bombastic rock groups like Queen that make their influences clear within these songs.

this cd starts off with a great rousing intro that sounds majestic and gets the listener ready for this album, which is based on "the idea of a global conspiracy by powerful secret societies." - so say the liner notes. oh...i suppose the dollar sign shaped space ships on the cover should have given it away.

after the intro, the band dive into the anthemic (aw hell...there all anthemic, aren't they?) "Dethrone Tyranny." and the melodic power metal just keeps coming...the riffs are solid, the bass tight, the drums speedy, and the vocals soaring. all the songs keep a breakneck pace and powerful speed until the obligatory ballad "Lake Of Tears" closes out the album in fine lighter-in-the-air fashion.

overall, alot of these songs don't really grab me and stick with me; but, there's not much on here for the average Gamma Ray fan (or power metal fan) to gripe about.

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