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  • Audio CD (7 Jun. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Shrapnel
  • ASIN: B0009KQOL0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 666,845 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
This is an excellent cd by Paul Gilbert.

Those who know of PG will know that he is one of the worlds best guitarists, so the music on this

cd may be dissapointing if you're expecting a typical instrumental shred cd which this is not.

It is however, a cd full of excellent pop/rock songs, each different and ranging from

hard rock to power pop and bluesy rock, and there is also an excellent cover of George Harrison's 'It's

All Too Much', sounding somewhat similar to the excellent 1976 cover by Steve Hillage.

There is one instrumental which clearly demonstrates Paul's ability to shred as well as, if not

better than every other shred guitarist around today.

Where Paul stands out from his contemporaries is in his ability to write great songs.

The songs on this cd vary in style and all are sung by Paul who has a great voice which is perfectly

suited to all of the songs.

The guitar solo's do not dominate the songs, which clearly shows that PG applies a mature attitude

towards the music and his guitar playing.

PG knows that he can shred better than most when he wants to, but also knows that a good

song should not be a vehicle for lengthy guitar solos, but that the solo should compliment the song,

which is exactly what all of the solos on this cd do - they compliment the song perfectly.

The solos are all just right for each song, and are all perfectly constructed, demonstrating Paul's

mastery of composition and musical knowledge.

For guitar lovers, the solos are always very enjoyable to listen to and never boring making you

want to listen to each song again and again.
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sadly this album is a bit of a disapointment .After hearing his previous album accoustic samurai, it just doesnt seem to cut it.It starts strongly with the title track but then seems to loose its way. Paul Gilbert is a fine guitar player but sadly let down by the quality of the songs.
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Paul Gilbert has made some fantastic pop/rock albums, this one is more of the same, superb playing as always from paul but I do get the idea that the inspration could be drying up, a version of The Beatles (Harrison) "All Too Much" for me is a bit out of place and perhaps could have been left for better use on a b-side and made the album more streamlined, I think it's time for Paul to get back to the chemistry that you have when in a band like Mr Big, too many solo albums (from everybody not just Paul Gilbert) happening right now, I think solo projects are a good thing but the chemistry you get with a band like Mr Big is not to be underestimated, how ever another great album delivered from Paul Gilbert.
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Coming from someone that listens to radiohead and pink floyd, it may suprise you to find that I strongly recommend this album. I normally dispise all sorts of bubblegum rock or pop rock, but this is just excellent and above all FUN.

Paul is known formerly as somewhat of a shred god, so if you are reading this you probably listen to the likes of Steve Vai, but this is far better than that. Infact its not even the same genre. There is not a single confusing shred guitar song on this album, and the album comprises of mostly vocal focused but guitar driven pop rock. The solos are often short and tasteful and theres quite an obvious Beatles style of song writing going on (Especially on Boku No Atama, an album highlight).

After the first song (Space Ship One, which is probably the album highlight) the following songs may feel somewhat of a dissapointment, but after a couple of listens the punk-pop-rock vibe will get to you and you can almost imagine the band as three kids playing at a school 'battle of the bands'.

Fun, awesome, great catchy songs are all in plenty here. Oh, and don't worry, the guitar playing is absolutely out of this world (No pun intended).
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