After The War

Label
EMI UK
Release date
1 Mar 2003
Running length
11 tracks
Running time
55:02

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Dunluce (Part 1) 1:23 5,942
2 After The War 4:17 33,170
3 Speak for Yourself 3:44 7,456
4 Livin' On Dreams 4:15 6,564
5 Led Clones 6:10 7,635
6 The Messiah Will Come Again 10:34 9,571
7 Running From the Storm 4:47 7,319
8 This Thing Called Love 3:23 5,672
9 Ready for Love 4:24 14,594
10 Blood Of Emeralds 8:17 12,603
11 Dunluce (Part 2) 3:48 3,593

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  • MusicMagic77

    Gary Moore’s 1989 release, After the War features a return to the metal guitar riffing of his 80′s records (“Speak for Yourself” and “Running From The Storm”), while continuing to explore more conventional pop dynamics with mixed results – it works great on “Ready to Love.” Also, after dedicating his last album to fallen childhood friend and musical partner in crime, Philip Lynott, Moore finally honored him in song with the moving “Blood of Emeralds.” As it turned out, this would be Gary Moore’s last hard rock album before becoming a “born-again” bluesman.

    15 Jan 2012 Reply
  • mirrorball95

    Awesome album and last of the 80s and his hard rock output. Not to mention his blues material is just as good! RIP Gary.

    6 Aug 2011 Reply
  • jamesfmurphy

    R.I.P. Gary

    8 Feb 2011 Reply
  • BeyondTheHorror

    Fantastic album. Lovely guitar work

    20 Jun 2010 Reply
  • ClaudioGurgel

    Apesar das guitarras atômicas, “After The War” não tem a mesma expressividade dos outros álbuns do artista. As canções mostram bastante a importancia do heavy metal na sua vida musical, riffs que lembram Judas Priest, Van Halen e Ozzy (que até participa em “Led Clones”). Porém algumas misturas não cairam tão bem como os synths em “After The War”, e composições como “Livin’ On Dreams” e “Ready For Love” carregados de um sentimento pop que não combina com o mestre Gary Moore. O som da gravação é ótimo e, “The Messiah Will Come Again” é o detaque com seu solo alucinante e emocionado. Difícil dizer, mas esse álbum eu escuto porque sou fã, mas não recomendo pra qualquer um.

    25 Jun 2009 Reply
  • lambi08

    'The Messiah Will Come Again' is a great guitar solo. The whole album is fantastic.

    30 Jul 2008 Reply
  • MathiasPage

    It's pretty cool:)

    13 Jan 2008 Reply

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