Savatage - Gutter Ballet

8.8 | 412 votes |
Release date: 1 December 1989
Style: Progressive heavy metal


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01. Of Rage And War
02. Gutter Ballet
03. Temptation Revelation
04. When The Crowds Are Gone
05. Silk And Steel
06. She's In Love
07. Hounds
08. The Unholy
09. Mentally Yours
10. Summer's Rain
11. Thorazine Shuffle
12. All That I Bleed [Piano version] [1997 Edel Music CD reissue bonus]
13. Hounds [Live at Lamour, Brooklyn] [2002 SPV CD reissue bonus]
14. When The Crowds Are Gone [Live at Hollywood Palace] [2002 SPV CD reissue bonus]
15. Alone You Breathe [Acoustic version] [2011 EarMusic CD reissue bonus]
16. Handful Of Rain [Acoustic version] [2011 EarMusic CD reissue bonus]

Top 20 albums of 1989: 4
Top 200 albums of all time: 96

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Album number five for Savatage witnessed a change of direction and a good bit of experimenting with new sounds. Not surprising, considering that with the much-lauded Hall Of The Mountain King they had taken their old sound as far as they could, and it was innovate or stagnate. With Gutter Ballet they tried something new.

published 16.05.2012 | Comments (7)

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03.09.2011 - 01:34
Rating: 10
Mehdi Taba
Mehdi Taba
Pure Classic Progressive Heavy Metal .
23.02.2013 - 16:48
Rating: 9
Pure perfection of music.
15.07.2013 - 00:58
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Their second best album for me, I still can't understand why Savatage isn't famous.
05.07.2016 - 12:03
Rating: 9
Always an impressive album. The title track and "When The Crowds Are Gone" are classic songs without a question
You Think It Is My Chastity Belt But They Are My True Metal Underpants
21.02.2017 - 23:45
Rating: 9
Prog at where it all began. Beautiful album. When the crowds are gone and the title track are among the band's all-time classics.

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