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    New Joe Satriani



    I dig it.

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    Lucky its not blocked to anyone outside US.


    Lovely tune. Nothing new but still great.

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    Yawn...
    Noodles

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    Someone stopped the fair.

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    Sounds like he dusted off the drum machine he used on Surfing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    Yawn...
    Just like the rest of his discography!

    This is the most entertaining thing that has come out of his career (skip the first 40 seconds):



    Too bad I can't find the version with the music video - that's even better.
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    Ah comme on.. what are you guys expecting?

    Tell me a guitar player Instrumental album only where every new record is exciting like if its something never heard?

    I really liked his last one and especially Wormhole Wizards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Sounds like he dusted off the drum machine he used on Surfing.
    Overall tonality - I'd have to go with The Extremist.

    Yeah, it's Joe. He may not be breaking new ground these days but it's nice to see him nod back to some of his legacy riffs/styles.
    We're all musicians, still searching for our roots.

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    It's fine. Not the worst thing he's ever done, but not the best - sorta filler material on one of his albums. Maybe it'll grow on me over time.

    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post
    Ah comme on.. what are you guys expecting?

    Tell me a guitar player Instrumental album only where every new record is exciting like if its something never heard?

    I really liked his last one and especially Wormhole Wizards
    Better writing. His last one was really pretty good, and the two before that had some pretty great moments too. For the most part though, from Strange Beautiful Music through Wormhole Wizards, you've probably got about one album's worth of really great songs, and then a whole bunch of stuff a lot like this.
    "They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are a bit dicier." - David Foster Wallace

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