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Heading For Tomorrow (1990)Edit

Gamma Ray - Heading For Tomorrow
Heading For Tomorrow
  1. Welcome
  2. Lust For Life
  3. Heaven Can Wait
  4. Space Eater
  5. Money
  6. The Silence
  7. Hold Your Ground
  8. Free Time
  9. Heading For Tomorrow
  10. Look At Yourself (cover of "Look At Yourself" by Uriah Heep)
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. Mr. Outlaw
  2. The Lonesome Stranger
  3. Sail On

Sigh No More (1991)Edit

Gamma Ray - Sigh No More
Sigh No More
  1. Changes
  2. Rich & Famous
  3. As Time Goes By
  4. (We Won't) Stop The War
  5. Father and Son
  6. One With The World
  7. Start Running
  8. Countdown
  9. Dream Healer
  10. The Spirit
Japanese release:
  1. Sail On (live)
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. Heroes
  2. Dream Healer (pre-production version)
  3. Who Do You Think You Are?

Insanity and Genius (1993)Edit

Gamma Ray - Insanity and Genius
Insanity and Genius
  1. Tribute to the Past
  2. No Return
  3. Last Before the Storm
  4. The Cave Principle
  5. Future Madhouse
  6. Gamma Ray (edited version) (Birth Control cover)
  7. Insanity and Genius
  8. 18 Years
  9. Your Tørn Is Over
  10. Heal Me
  11. Brothers
Japanese release:
  1. Heroes
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. Gamma Ray (long version) (cover of "Gamma Ray" by Birth Control)
  2. Exciter (cover of "Exciter" by Judas Priest)
  3. Save Us (live)

Land of the Free (1995)Edit

Gamma Ray - Land of the Free
Land of the Free
  1. Rebellion in Dreamland
  2. Man on a Mission
  3. Fairytale
  4. All of the Damned
  5. Rising of the Damned
  6. Gods of Deliverance
  7. Farewell (featuring Hansi Kürsch)
  8. Salvation's Calling
  9. Land of the Free (featuring Michael Kiske and Hansi Kürsch)
  10. The Saviour
  11. Abyss of the Void
  12. Time to Break Free (featuring Michael Kiske)
  13. Afterlife
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. Heavy Metal Mania (cover of "Heavy Metal Mania" by Holocaust)
  2. As Time Goes By (pre-production version)
  3. The Silence ('95 Version)

Alive '95 (1996)Edit

Gamma Ray - Alive '95
Alive '95
Disc 1
  1. Land of the Free
  2. Man on a Mission
  3. Rebellion in Dreamland
  4. Space Eater
  5. Fairytale
  6. Tribute to the Past
  7. Heal Me
  8. The Saviour
  9. Abyss of the Void
  10. Ride the Sky (cover of "Ride The Sky" by Helloween)
  11. Future World (cover of "Future World" by Helloween)
  12. Heavy Metal Mania (cover of "Heavy Metal Mania" by Holocaust)
  13. Lust For Life (Japanese bonus track)
Disc 2
  1. No Return
  2. Changes
  3. Insanity and Genius
  4. Last Before the Storm
  5. Future Madhouse
  6. Heading For Tomorrow

Somewhere Out in Space (1997)Edit

Gamma Ray - Somewhere Out in Space
Somewhere Out in Space
  1. Beyond the Black Hole
  2. Men, Martians and Machines
  3. No Stranger (Another Day in Life)
  4. Somewhere Out in Space
  5. The Guardians of Mankind
  6. The Landing
  7. Valley of the Kings
  8. Pray
  9. The Winged Horse
  10. Cosmic Chaos
  11. Lost in the Future
  12. Watcher in the Sky
  13. Rising Star
  14. Shine on
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. Return to Fantasy (cover of "Return To Fantasy" by Uriah Heep)
  2. Miracle
  3. Victim of Changes (cover of "Victim Of Changes" by Judas Priest)

Power Plant (1999)Edit

Gamma Ray - Power Plant
Power Plant
  1. Anywhere in the Galaxy
  2. Razorblade Sigh
  3. Send Me a Sign
  4. Strangers in the Night
  5. Gardens of the Sinner
  6. Short as Hell
  7. It's a Sin (cover of "It's a Sin" by Pet Shop Boys)
  8. Heavy Metal Universe
  9. Wings of Destiny
  10. Hand of Fate
  11. Armageddon
2002 bonus tracks:
  1. A While in Dreamland (from Silent Miracles EP)
  2. Rich & Famous (from Japanese Blast From The Past compilation)
  3. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll (cover of "Long Live Rock 'N' Roll" by Rainbow)

No World Order (2001)Edit

Gamma Ray - No World Order
No World Order
  1. Induction
  2. Dethrone Tyranny
  3. The Heart of the Unicorn
  4. Heaven or Hell
  5. New World Order
  6. Damn The Machine
  7. Solid
  8. Fire Below
  9. Follow Me
  10. Eagle
  11. Lake of Tears
  12. Trouble (Japanese bonus track)
  13. Angel of Death (Thin Lizzy cover, only on Heaven Or Hell single)

Majestic (2005)Edit

Gamma Ray - Majestic
Majestic
  1. My Temple
  2. Fight
  3. Strange World
  4. Hell is Thy Home
  5. Blood Religion
  6. Condemned to Hell
  7. Spiritual Dictator
  8. Majesty
  9. How Long
  10. Revelation
  11. Hellfire (Japanese bonus track)

Land of the Free II (2007)Edit

Gamma Ray - Land Of The Free II
Land of the Free II
  1. Into the Storm
  2. From the Ashes
  3. Rising Again
  4. To Mother Earth
  5. Rain
  6. Leaving Hell
  7. Empress
  8. When the World
  9. Opportunity
  10. Real World
  11. Hear Me Calling
  12. Insurrection
  13. Blood Religion (Live, Japanese bonus track)

To the Metal! (2010)Edit

Gamma Ray - To The Metal
To the Metal
  1. Empathy
  2. All You Need to Know (featuring Michael Kiske)
  3. Time to Live
  4. To the Metal
  5. Rise
  6. Mother Angel
  7. Shine Forever
  8. Deadlands
  9. Chasing Shadows
  10. No Need to Cry
Bonus Tracks on Collector's Edition (only on 7" Vinyl):
  1. Wannabees
  2. To the Metal (demo version)
Bonus Tracks on Japanese Pressing:
  1. One Life
  2. Wannabees

Empire of the Undead (2014)Edit

Gamma Ray - Empire of the Undead
Empire of the Undead
  1. Avalon
  2. Hellbent
  3. Pale Rider
  4. Born to Fly
  5. Master of Confusion
  6. Empire of the Undead
  7. Time for Deliverance
  8. Demonseed
  9. Seven
  10. I Will Return
  11. Someday (Japanese bonus track)
  12. Built a World (European bonus track)


Other SongsEdit

  1. Guardians of Mankind
  2. Winged Horse

Additional information

Years active:

1989 - present

Band members:
  • Kai Hansen Wikipedia16 - rhythm & lead guitar (1989–present), lead vocals (1994–present)
  • Henjo Richter Wikipedia16 - lead & rhythm guitar, keyboards (1997–present)
  • Dirk Schlächter Wikipedia16 - bass (1997–present), guitars (1990–1997)
  • Michael Ehré - drums (2012–present)
Former members:
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