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Gung Ho is Patti Smith's best offering since her Easter LP.
What typifies her work is that every song is good and you can listen to the songs over and over and never get tired of them.
There is so much depth between the lyrics and emotions being conveyed and the music just integrates it all so beautifully.
I've been waiting and hoping for 25 years (Wow! Has it been that long?) for Patti to repeat the visceral intensity and emotional passion of "Horses. Read morePublished 21 months ago by dev1
Patti Smith was one of the unsung heroes of the brief but refreshing New Wave era that just faded into rocknroll lore. Read morePublished on September 29, 2008 by James Quinn
If you allow yourself to be hypnotized by the self-appointed "superior music critics", then you will miss enjoying this great album. Read morePublished on February 18, 2007 by Mark Krol
i love patti smith! this is another amazing album of hers. her voice & the guitars sound so lush & full & it's beautiful.Published on January 15, 2005 by John Doe
Although this album has more musical and melodic variety than 1997's Peace And Noise, it's not on a par with her best 70s work or later masterpieces like Gone Again. Read morePublished on April 21, 2003 by Pieter Uys
Gung Ho is without a doubt the single greatest album released by a female artist. Patti Smith has always been able to deliver her songs with deep feeling and emotion but only... Read morePublished on January 12, 2003 by Owen Heires
Unlike the phony marketers criticized in "Glitter in their Eyes," this recording is the real deal. Unlike the many women in music who are left on the marketing heap once they reach... Read morePublished on November 16, 2002 by rballjones
ANOTHER FINE PIECE CREATED BY THIS TALENTED LADY.
EVERY PIECE OF MUSIC SHE HAS EVER PUT OUT, WAS THAT OF A CLASSIC
FORM. Read more