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  • Kaizokupim

    I did listen to Minowa by Evan Awake a little bit. I'll check it out some more, there is so much music these days, I can't keep up listening to it all :D

    Giugno 2012
  • Kaizokupim

    Nice taste dude! Greetings from Holland!

    Giugno 2012
  • Ice_9

    Checkup on Tanaris - Kingdom cd release.

    Febbraio 2012
  • Ice_9

    Basick Records and Skyharbor. Don't forget about it.

    Febbraio 2012
  • Wszolky

    Great! Thanks for help. Greets from Poland.

    Febbraio 2012
  • Tyrant1x

    My favourite album of the year so far is Funky DL - Blackcurrent Jazz 2 (amazing charts by the way)

    Settembre 2011
  • EvanClark

    Vonnegut reference?

    Giugno 2011
  • robert42

    haha ;) no problem thanks for listenin!

    Giugno 2011
  • Ice_9

    The Soulbreaker Company are sweet. Get some stuff when you get home. luv, me

    Gennaio 2011
  • eureka1

    Hi InsideOut fan. Maybe you’re interested in the new Eureka album „Shackleton’s Voyage“ - Yogi Lang (RPWL) plays Moog, Billy Sherwood (ex-Yes) sings two songs and Troy Donockley (Nightwish, IONA) plays Uilleann pipes and whistles. For more information please check out the album’s MySpace page or the InsideOut page as well. Stay tuned!

    Luglio 2009
  • GrantRS

    I hadn't noticed bits of his earlier songs in GIFT - There's some big chunks in 天城越え (third track) though. If I didn't know it was a covers album I think I'd be a little bit suspicious in places, but you're right he does stamp his own style all over it. I'm just confused now as to what extent he ripped off these songs to create his style in the first place. I certainly don't think I'd ever be able to listen to it without thinking "this is Marty Friedman" - it is so distinctively him that you could never mistake it for any other guitarist I can think of. It's pretty much great all the way through, but there can only be a certain number of standouts, and for me those are still 1, 5, 11 & 12. Maybe also 3 which seems to be a rather huge adaptation from its original version.

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    The original version of that last track is quite impressive in its own way too if you're interested. The girl singing does have quite an impressive voice, I'd say and some of the original backing music actually sounds like it might have been written by Marty anyway (it wasn't but it sounds like it could have been, he near exhausted the Tibetan style in the 90s). On an unrelated note, while we're talking have you ever listened to Tony Williams, or more specifically The New Tony Williams Lifetime. It's well worth checking out their 1975 jazz fusion album called 'Believe It' if you haven't.

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    The last two tracks are awesome. Slightly reminiscent of his 90s stuff, other than the fact these are covers. I'm not sure they're particularly representative of the album, but they are some of the best moments on the album.

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    Sorry, I miscounted, I meant track 8 "雪の華" seems to be cut abruptly just after 4 minutes. Track 5 "ポリリズム" though seems to be one of the best on the album after the first 2 and a half listens.

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    As far as I can tell "世界に一つだけの花" (track 10 here) is exactly the same as the Loudspeaker version (where it was track 5), track 5 on Tokyo Jukebox is (or should be) ポリリズム. The version I found seems to have the correct fifth track, though the seventh track seems to have been cut short (though that is a different matter altogether).

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    Not all j-pop is from an anime, but it is all j-pop covers. One of the ones from Loudspeaker (Static Rain) was the instrumental version of the Rock Fujiyama ending music apparently, which was (I believe) Marty's song in the first place. The Loudspeaker liner notes aren't too enlightening though are they? It barely says anything in that sleeve. I've searched a few of the original tracks covered on the album on youtube for comparison though and it seems like a large portion of the music is actually written by Marty and just inserted around the riffs and themes already in the j-pop songs (particularly the fast guitar licks). This album is a hell of a lot better than the near-unlistenable Future Addict album of last year.

    Maggio 2009
  • GrantRS

    Do you know the new Marty Friedman album is out (in Japan) and as such has leaked onto the internet? I don't usually try to download music I intend to buy but since there's no guarantee it'll even be released outside of Japan I thought it was okay to make an exception for this one. If and when you get to hear it, it might be fun to compare notes on it.

    Maggio 2009
  • flamencodiablo

    Great charts! Killer Taste! Check out my band Wolvengard's new album (with full length previews!). www.last.fm/music/wolvengard Support new metal worldwide!.. \m/\m/ Sorry for the spam, but its the best way to promote our music and meet people with awesome taste!

    Gennaio 2009
  • Micky_Beauchamp

    hey! i joined your west sussex group... because I live in west sussex! :D

    Gennaio 2009
  • cygnus_ater

    Thanks, but I already know it. Besides, it looks like this track doesn't really exist. There's only one(!) listener of it here, at last.fm I searched for a link to download it in many places but I found nothing yet. Seems like this song' s a myth.

    Gennaio 2009
  • Akall

    =D

    Gennaio 2009
  • theBrianDunn

    thanks for stoppin in, grab my albums while they are free to download... be well. My Artist page: Brian Dunn

    Dicembre 2008
  • Ice_9

    Hellman Jigokuotoko

    Dicembre 2008
  • Ice_9

    Fromuz: check them out

    Dicembre 2008
  • GrantRS

    Wow, that's a diverse bunch of songs. I've got no idea what to make of Sebkha-Chott though. That's quite probably the weirdest music I've ever heard. Very French...I guess is the only way to describe them having looked at a few youtube clips as well as the free stuff on last.fm. I think they're certainly much better in the studio, and there are bits that are really cool, but it's so changeable it's hard to really get it straight in my head whether I like it as a whole or not. Very cool though, glad I've heard it. I definitely like the other two though. Will have to look into more detail on the black mages, I think we probably talked about them before, but I'm not totally sure if we did or not. Thanks for checking in though, it's always good to hear recommendations - I'll have to compile a list to return the favour soon, won't I? ;)

    Novembre 2008
  • GrantRS

    Zen Shred Zone, weirdly tagged but fully streamable.

    Settembre 2008
  • GrantRS

    Cheers, will look into that. As for the Planet X stuff though, it's fairly similar ot Devil's Slingshot, but with the added creative input of Derek Sherinian. Their track Dog Boots is often cited as one of the best examples of double bass drumming many people have come across. All in all though fairly similar as Donati seems to be the primary writing force in both. For more of the same, it's easy to check out Donati's one-off On the Virg project as it's actually available as legal free downloads on last.fm. There are some good tracks on the On The Virg album, but I'll tell you know if you listen to the first track on that album, it IS supposed to start like that, it's not a corrupt mp3 file.

    Settembre 2008
  • GrantRS

    Where's this duel track to be found then? I'm afraid I haven't heard of it before. I will have to check out that Aurelius stuff, sounds very interesting, thanks for that. You thought the Devil's Slingshot album was bland though? I guess I can see where that criticism comes from. I actually like it a lot though, I think they've got a really nice tone and sound out of the instruments and there are a fair few interesting drum moments (mostly on the Donati penned tracks) that really provide the hooks for me. I don't know if you ever listened to Planet X before, but Donati and MacAlpine used to regularly collaborate with Derek Sherinian on those albums which have generally been well received. Neither Devil's Slingshot or Planet X are complete show-off shredfests, and if that's what you were expecting then it's understandable you'd be disappointed. If you see them live though, you get plenty of jaw dropping improv sprinkled generously throughout.

    Settembre 2008
  • Ice_9

    Pinkly Smooth =O

    Luglio 2008
  • Ice_9

    The RH Factor

    Luglio 2008
  • koichi-hayakawa

    Hi, My name is Koichi Hayakawa. I am a rock guitarist. If you have time please listen to my music. http://www.last.fm/music/Koichi+Hayakawa

    Luglio 2008
  • Ice_9

    Note - Hated Sunday by Black Box recorder = awesome.

    Giugno 2008
  • GrantRS

    Hey, it's been a while so I thought I'd pop over and see if you're up to anything interesting. Spotted that you've been listening to Biomechanical - their singer did an album with the band Balance Of Power (Heathen Machine) which is probably worth checking out if you haven't already.

    Giugno 2008
  • Ice_9

    Infact, just look through more So-called Avant Garde music.

    Marzo 2008
  • Ice_9

    AND DIABLO SWING ORCHESTRA!

    Marzo 2008
  • Ice_9

    Unexpect! Buy some!

    Marzo 2008
  • avivalaya

    i think through joe satriani. haha, our compatibility is not doing so well though.

    Febbraio 2008
  • Ice_9

    Another note: Mizraab and Biomechanical

    Febbraio 2008
  • Ice_9

    Note: Don't forget The Black Mages, new album and Live DVD!

    Febbraio 2008
  • kidofthecentury

    I will, I promise, but my internet connection's been *awful* lately, I can't download anything! :(

    Gennaio 2008
  • falsodar

    Im getting confused here. You lead the group Joe Satriani but there is NO Joe Satriani in your top artists list. O_o PS: nice compatibility :)

    Gennaio 2008
  • Ice_9

    Self Note: Throne of Chaos

    Gennaio 2008
  • Bartulus

    none of the Necrophagist's songs are intrumental, vocal always there. I got used to it after listening to necrophagist for the 30th time :)

    Gennaio 2008
  • foryou

    Also, since you're a fan of SG, I recommend you check out Amaran's Plight - DC Cooper, Gary Wehrkamp, Nick D'Virgilo.

    Gennaio 2008
  • foryou

    In reply to your Vanden Plas inquiry: Yes, totally worth it. Beyond Daylight, Far Off Grace, The God Thing - all amazing! Get the rock opera Abydos too. You won't regret it.

    Gennaio 2008
  • kidofthecentury

    Hahahaha, I guess. Check out Matraz, prog metal lover :D

    Gennaio 2008
  • kidofthecentury

    Bah, you've a last.fm account the same as I have, that's my way for discovering new bands. You only have to pay attention to your neighbours' charts and most of all, to your recommendations radio :P

    Gennaio 2008
  • kidofthecentury

    Hahahaha, I don't think so, I've been listening to SUE since Mental Torments :P

    Gennaio 2008
  • Marzeh

    It's San. Good comic. Sooo many laughs. Also, high taste is awesome.

    Dicembre 2007
  • aflyingnat

    If no one's answered it yet, they Arctopus song you're looking for is Sensory Amusia off of Nano-Nucleonic Cyborg Summoning (pardon the spelling, though it's not that bad from memory)

    Dicembre 2007