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Inferno - Deluxe Edition
Technical Difficulties is the third studio album by heavy metal band Racer X, released on December 8, 1999 through Mercury Records, and on April 25, 2000 through Shrapnel Records and Mascot Records. The album's title track evolved from the introductory song "Metal Dog" on guitarist Paul Gilbert's 1994 instructional video Terrifying Guitar Trip; it later appeared in the 2009 video game Brütal Legend, and was covered by cellist duo 2Cellos on their 2012 album In2ition, for which they also shot a promotional video. "B.R.O." stands for "Bach Rip-Off", a homage to a previous track, "Y.R.O.", from the band's 1986 debut album Street Lethal.
Jason Becker Collection
Collection is an album by Jason Becker released by Shrapnel Records on November 4, 2008. The album includes three new songs in addition to some older recordings. It includes many musicians and features guitarists such as Marty Friedman, Greg Howe, Joe Satriani, Michael Lee Firkins, Steve Vai, and Steve Hunter.
Odyssey is the fourth studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen, released on 8 April 1988 through Polydor Records. The album reached No. 40 on the US Billboard 200 and remained on that chart for eighteen weeks, as well as reaching the top 50 in five other countries. As of 2019 it remains Malmsteen's highest-charting release on the Billboard 200.
The Essential Shred Guitar Collection
Tony MacAlpine is the self-titled tenth studio album by guitarist Tony MacAlpine, released on June 14, 2011 through Favored Nations Entertainment and King Records. The album is MacAlpine's first solo release in ten years following Chromaticity, as well as being the first to feature his extensive use of seven- and eight-string guitars—a staple of his playing which began in the days he spent with Planet X throughout the 2000s.
Michael Angelo Batio
No Boundaries is the debut solo studio album by American heavy metal musician Michael Angelo Batio, credited as Michael Angelo. Recorded at M.A.C.E. Studios in Chicago, Illinois, it was released on September 1, 1995 by his own label M.A.C.E. Music. Batio performed the majority of instruments on the release, as well as producing, engineering and mixing the album.
Get out of My Yard
Get Out of My Yard is a 2006 album by guitarist Paul Gilbert.
The only lyrics the album features are "Get out of my yard" which are yelled through the guitar pick-ups at the end of the first track, as well as "1, 2, 3, 4!" at the beginning of the eighth track.
In The Core
To the Core is the seventh studio album by guitarist Vinnie Moore, released on May 26, 2009 through Mascot Records.
Passion And Warfare
Passion and Warfare is the second studio album by guitarist Steve Vai, released in September 1990 through Relativity and Epic Records. It has been certified Gold by the RIAA. It was written based on a series of dream sequences that Vai had when he was younger, and in the guitar music book of the album, Vai sums it up as "Jimi Hendrix meets Jesus Christ at a party that Ben Hur threw for Mel Blanc". It was all recorded in The Mothership studio at his home in the Hollywood Hills, a 1,600-square-foot building in which his guitar parts for Whitesnake's 1989 album Slip of the Tongue were also recorded. As such, Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale has small spoken parts on Passion and Warfare.
Vai states that planning the album started as early as 1982, but was shelved after joining the David Lee Roth band and not picked up again until parting ways with Roth in 1989. Vai utilized many unusual recording techniques on the album. For what would come to be one of his most popular songs to date, "For the Love of God", he fasted for ten days and recorded the song on the fourth day of the fast.
No Gravity is the first solo album of Brazilian heavy metal guitarist Kiko Loureiro. Kiko recorded with Mike Terrana in drums. It had a worldwide release in 2005. Both a "No Gravity" songbook and a playback CD were also issued and are highly sought-after by musicians and fans alike.
The title, "No Gravity" comes from the feeling that musicians feels while playing. "The further we know and dominate the rational and mathematical part of the music, the intuitive parts take control of us and really take us to 'travel' with the music we're playing. It's this point that the musician wanna hit the people, but he must achieve with himself first. For this feeling I have chosen this term: 'No Gravity'"
Working Man: A Tribute to Rush is a tribute album to progressive rock band Rush recorded by various artists and released on Magna Carta Records in 1996. The album was mixed by original Rush producer Terry Brown at Town Music Studios in Toronto, Canada. Mike Portnoy was the main creative consultant.
Out Of Oblivion
Sonic Stomp II
Out of the Sun
Out of the Sun is the first studio album by guitarist Joey Tafolla, released in 1987 through Shrapnel Records. The album features fellow shred guitarists Paul Gilbert and Tony MacAlpine in various roles.
That Was Then, This Is Now
When Gravity Fails
When Gravity Fails is the eighth studio album by Neil Zaza released in 2006. Peter Frampton and Jordan Rudess are guest musicians on the album.
There's Hope is the first studio album by guitarist Marco Sfogli, released on February 15, 2008 through Lion Music.
Aerial Visions is the eighth studio album by guitarist Vinnie Moore, released on October 23, 2015 independently through Mind's Eye Music.
Joe Stump's Reign of Terror
Return to Metropolis
Return to Metalopolis is the first studio album by former Megadeth guitarist Chris Poland, released in 1990 through Enigma Records and Pony Canyon; a remastered edition containing two bonus tracks was reissued through Lion Music in 2002.
Freak Guitar: The Road Less Traveled
Mattias IA Eklundh
A Matter of Perception
Sons Of Apollo
Psychotic Symphony is the debut studio album by American supergroup Sons of Apollo, released on October 20, 2017. The album was produced by drummer Mike Portnoy and keyboardist Derek Sherinian under the name "The Del Fuvio Brothers", a nickname they adopted during their time together in Dream Theater. All members were involved in the creation of the songs, with Portnoy and Sherinian as the main songwriters. The album was released as CD, digital download, vinyl and a special edition containing a bonus disc with instrumental versions of the song and an alternate mix of "Opus Maximus". The band began touring to promote the album in early 2018.
The Winery Dogs (Special Edition)
The Winery Dogs
The Winery Dogs is the debut album by the American hard rock supergroup of the same name, released in Japan on 5 May 2013, and worldwide on 23 July.
Blood Of The Snake
Blood of the Snake is the fifth solo album by keyboard player Derek Sherinian. It has contributions from Billy Idol, Zakk Wylde, Guns'n'Roses guitarist Slash, John Petrucci of Dream Theater, in addition to previous collaborators Simon Phillips, Yngwie Malmsteen, Tony Franklin, Steve Lukather and Brian Tichy.
A video for a cover version of Mungo Jerry's "In the Summertime", with Sherinian, Idol, Slash, Franklin and Tichy, was released in conjunction with the album. In a reference to Idol, the bass drum is painted with the script "Derek Sherinian and The Rebellious Yellers!".
Sherinian also worked with duduk master Djivan Gasparyan on the song "Prelude to Battle" on the release, written for his great grandmother, who had survived the Armenian genocide.
No Parole from Rock 'n' Roll
No Parole from Rock 'n' Roll was the first album by the American heavy metal band Alcatrazz led by veteran singer Graham Bonnet, released in 1983. It spent seven weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart, peaking at No. 128. It is considered by fans of the group to be the best Alcatrazz release and launched guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen into a glittering solo career. The album is most famous for the singles "Island in the Sun" and "Jet to Jet". Other notable offerings are "Hiroshima Mon Amour", for which a video was shot, "General Hospital" and "Incubus", a solo by Yngwie J. Malmsteen he continued to play during his solo career. It has always had a strong following in Japan and songs from which can still be found in karaoke bars today.
25 Years of Guitar Instrumental Madness
Guitarists of Leviathan Records
Michael Lee Firkins
Michael Lee Firkins
Michael Lee Firkins is the self-titled first studio album by guitarist Michael Lee Firkins, released in 1990 through Shrapnel Records.
In a 2009 article by Guitar World magazine, the album was ranked eighth on the all-time top ten list of shred albums.
Live at Metalworks
Mind over Matter
The Way of the Exploding Guitar
Andy Timmons Band
Transcendental Sky Guitar: the Phoenix & the Dragon, Vol. 1 & 2
Uli Jon Roth
Bad Boy Live
Bad Boy Live! is a live album recorded by John Sykes in April 2004 during a solo tour in Japan. It features Marco Mendoza on bass, Tommy Aldridge on drums and Derek Sherinian on keyboards. This album includes songs from his Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy and Blue Murder eras, and also some songs from his solo albums.
Big, Bigger, Biggest! The Best Of Mr. Big
The Order Of Control
Into The Black
Into the Black is the fifteenth album by guitarist/vocalist Richie Kotzen. It's the only Kotzen's album with a parental advisory sticker on it.
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