Sangeet Rcknrol

 
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Stone Pushing Uphill Man ~ Paul Gilbert
Stone Pushing Uphill Man ~ Paul Gilbert
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars No Boo ... No Wow, 18 Aug 2014
I have been Paul Gilbert's fan since Mr. Big. From his old school rock albums King Of Clubs, Flying Dog and Burning Organ AND instrumental Get Out Of My Yard, Silence Followed By A Deafening Roar and Fuzz Universe, I know my expectations. I was not sure at first but later I liked Vibrato also. BUT Stone Pushing Uphill Man, I just don't know what to say about it. I got it on the release day, still listening to it for a week but it did not grow on me and I know it won't, that's it. This is full of cover songs and Paul only did the improvisation because that's all he is doing here. The technical ability is all there but not just THAT soulful playing. Sorry!
The Studio Albums 1992-2011 ~ Dream Theater
The Studio Albums 1992-2011 ~ Dream Theater
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Dream Theater studio albums -
01 (1989) WHEN DREAM AND DAY UNITE - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/Dominici/Moore)
02 (1992) *IMAGES AND WORDS - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Moore)
03 (1994) *AWAKE - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Moore)
04 (1997) *FALLING INTO INFINITY - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Sherinian)
05 (1999) *METROPOLIS PART 2 - SCENES FROM A MEMORY - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Rudess)
06 (2002) *SIX DEGREES OF INNER TURBULENCE - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Rudess)
07 (2003) *TRAIN OF THOUGHT - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Rudess)
08 (2005) *OCTAVARIUM - (Petrucci/Myung/Portnoy/LaBrie/Rudess)
09 (2007) *SYSTEMATIC CHAOS -… Read more
Redeemer of Souls ~ Judas Priest
Redeemer of Souls ~ Judas Priest
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
It's been a long time since Turbo, Ram It Down and Painkiller when I was a huge worshipper of the Priest. That was long haired me with torn jeans, leather jackets and heavy boots. After that I changed my direction to instrumental rock such as Joe Satriani and Steve Vai. I am still not sure if I liked the last Nostradamus. But I am fully enjoying this new album regardless of line-ups. I love Rob Halford. I liked the album art just like the Painkiller's. The album is blasting in my iPod since I received my pre-ordered copy yesterday. My favourites are Dragonaut, Redeemer Of Souls, Halls Of Valhalla, March Of The Damned, Crossfire and still more adding. Hail Priest \m/,