Quietly (song)
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Quietly Song
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Single by Guano Apes
from the album Walking on a Thin Line
ReleasedJuly 21, 2003 (2003-07-21)[1][2]
FormatCD single
GenreAlternative rock
Guano Apes
Guano Apes, Fabio Trentini
Guano Apes singles chronology
"Pretty in Scarlet"
"Break the Line"

"Quietly" is the third and final single from the Guano Apes third album, Walking on a Thin Line. Like the previous single, Pretty in Scarlet, it charted at No. 51 in Germany.[3] The single contains two previously unreleased songs, "Cream Over Moon" and "Allies", as well as previously unreleased live versions of "You Can't Stop Me" and "Pretty In Scarlet". It also contains an internet link giving exclusive access[2] to the music video, a 'making of' feature for the music video, band members' statements and a live recording of Quietly. Rock Hard magazine called the song an incredibly gripping ballad.[4]

The music video shows the band performing in a field during the day. Once night falls, explosions and bursts of flame surround the band as they perform. Footage of the band playing is intercut with shots of Sandra Nasi? walking near a cliff and through the field in a white dress.

Track listing

2."Cream Over Moon"3:40
4."You Can't Stop Me (Live)"3:18
5."Pretty In Scarlet (Live)"4:01


Chart Peak
Germany 51
Austria 52


  1. ^ "GUANO APES: 'Quietly' Single To Include Brand-New Material". Blabbermouth.net. July 3, 2003. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ a b "GUANO APES: 'Quietly' Video Posted Online". Blabbermouth.net. July 17, 2003. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ "Guano Apes - Quietly". hitparade.ch. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ "Walking On A Thin Line". Rock Hard (in German). Retrieved 2013.

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