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One Team One Spirit


Download links and information about One Team One Spirit by Gotthard. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, World Music genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:29:29 minutes.

Artist: Gotthard
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, World Music
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:29:29
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No. Title Length
1. Sister Moon 3:54
2. Mighty Quinn 3:14
3. Mountain Mama 3:53
4. Top of the World 3:47
5. Eagle 5:05
6. Human Zoo 3:27
7. What I Like 4:30
8. Inside Out 4:05
9. Movin' On 3:19
10. Why Don't We Do It 1:00
11. Make My Day 3:41
12. Fire and Ice 3:11
13. Fist In Your Face 3:49
14. No Tomorrow 5:19
15. Light In Your Eyes 3:56
16. Cheat & Hide 3:56
17. Standing In the Light (Remastered) 3:53
18. Hush 4:04
19. Firedance (Remastered) 6:02
20. Homerun 4:56
21. Have a Little Faith 3:49
22. Reason to Live 4:48
23. One Team One Spirit 4:09
24. Heaven 4:31
25. All I Care For 3:10
26. Love Soul Matter 3:40
27. Still I Belong to You 4:34
28. Let It Rain 4:36
29. You 4:19
30. Say Goodbye 4:21
31. Let It Be 6:16
32. What About Love 4:27
33. Janie's Not Alone 4:13
34. First Time In a Long Time 4:32
35. One Life One Soul (featuring Montserrat Caballé / Montserrat Caballe) 3:58
36. Everything Can Change (Piano Version) 5:05



Two and a half hours of straightforward hard rock, 50 percent of it officially "ballads," is surely over the top, but then this is what the style is about. It's a question whether anyone can sit through both discs of One Team One Spirit in one listen, but the upside of it is that the collection really serves as a complete introduction to Gotthard, who are, after all, Switzerland's prime hair metal band (along with Krokus). The bandmembers wear their influences on their sleeves — they sound like AC/DC without the sleaze; W.A.S.P. without the acid and the ego; a less powerful Accept; or Poison, Mötley Crüe, and Cinderella without the Vegasian bombast. This is not really a dig at Gotthard, though, because while they remain a second-tier band that doesn't add anything to the style, they sure are good at what they do. Any record this long will struggle to keep a listener's attention, and it's hard not to drift away on One Team One Spirit, but it gets the blood boiling throughout, and at least a couple of songs are likely to jump out and grab the victim by the throat. Even the "ballad CD" thing is not a bad decision, being not nearly as sappy and dragged out as it promises to be — the difference between ballads and rockers is pretty much arbitrary, and so the second disc, while stepping up the emotion factor, doesn't lose on groove and grit. The mammoth size of the collection may scare off the weak of heart, but actually, as far as background hair metal music goes, this is one of the best bargains on the market.