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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    The song by the guy named after the cheap sneakers was better


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    Honestly, I love this song so much that I don't even care.

    It is a Masterpiece.

    I love that album. "Supernatural."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    The guys a fucking whack job. You know those "Masterclass" ads? Have you seen his? Like the unmitigated gibberish of a gutter-dwelling meth addict. If I wanted guitar lessons from Cheech and Chong I'd just get high and throw myself down a flight of stairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattayus View Post
    omg i found it, holy shit check this out you guys, i'm gonna be a vIrTuOsO!!!!!

    His lead tone sounds awful in that video.

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    You mean his lead tone sounds awful all the freakin' time?

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    I remember the Supernatural interview with Guitar World where Santana was going off the rails praising Metatron. I knew all the hippie talk but this was a tad too out there.

    I was listening to Santana a hell of a lot back in the day, especially the instrumentals. I felt he started losing steam around Freedom onward, but every album has at least a few gems. I still love Europa, Love Is You, Samba Pa Ti, Moonflower etc.

    When Smooth came out, I was willing to bear the fact that I can introduce my friends to Santana even when sharing the spotlight with the dude from the band I hated at the time, now I just dislike. But then he did that song with Michelle Branch, that's when I opted right out.

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