Guitar god shredder 331Erock takes on John Petrucci of Dream Theater: “Well, had to sit down for this one haha. The top comment on the last solo challenge video was “Dream Theater”. That narrowed it down pretty much haha. The 2 that were mentioned the most were “Stream of Consciousness” and this one. I learned “As I Am” and SOC off of Train of Thought somewhat before so I decided to go with the one I never touched. Hope I showed a sloppy tribute to JP’s nastiness :P”
Check out Graham Hartmann‘s personal favorite albums of 2016!
1) Astronoid – Air
2) The Devin Townsend Project – Transcendence
3) Meshuggah – The Violent Sleep of Reason
4) Sumac – What One Becomes
5) Wormrot – Voices
Loudwire’s Joe DiVita picks his personal Top 5 Albums of 2016!
1) Fates Warning – Theories of Flight
2) Sumerlands – Sumerlands
3) Destroyer 666 – Wildfire
4) Goatess – Purgatory Under New Management
5) Purson – Desire’s Magic Theatre
Jesper Frostgaard asks:
I would love to hear your opinion on what is best – vinyl, cd, streaming or maybe high-res audio (like HD-tracks). And about what you use and how?
Reese Riverson asks:
What turn table would you recommend to buy for those who don’t have a very good one or wish to get one to start collecting or expand upon their vinyl collection?
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Sergio Elisondo is a musician who released a full digital audio album on NES cartridge format – A first of it’s kind! This is not 8bit chip tunes but real instruments played like a real digital album. It is the results of several people overcoming technical challenges and in this video we talk about the making of it.
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* All music in this episode is from Sergio Elisondo
Here are the new, re-issued and used records I have picked up in the last couple months.
Steve Vai – Passion & Warfare
Testament – Brotherhood of the Snake
Airbourne – Breakin’ Outta Hell
Judas Priest – Turbo
Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here
Anthrax – For All Kings
Five Finger Death Punch – Got Your Six
Volbeat – Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie
Greenday – Revolution Radio
Whitechapel – Mark of the Blade
Mastodon – Blood Mountain
AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Here are 16 vinyl records I have added to my music collection over the last couple months. Those albums include:
Dream Theater – The Astonishing
Bloodbath – Grand Morbid Funeral
Ozzy Osbourne – Tribute
Conan the Barbarian Soundtrack
Zero 7 – Simple Things
Whitesnake – Come An’ Get It, Ready an’ Willing, Ain’t No Love
Stryper – No More Hell to Pay
KISS – Music from The Elder
KISS – Alive! The Millennium Concert
Cocteau Twins – Stars and Topsoil
Motley Crue – Dr. Feelgood
Halestorm – The Strange Case Of…
Halestorm – Into the Wild Live: Chicago
Rob Zombie – Everybody is Fucking a UFO
Troy Nelson from KEXP joins me to talk about one of the craziest and unique vinyl records ever made: Jack White’s Lazaretto Ultra LP. There are over 10 unique things about it:
-180 gram vinyl
-2 vinyl-only hidden tracks hidden beneath the center labels
-1 hidden track plays at 78 RPM, one plays at 45 RPM, making this a 3-speed record
-Side A plays from the inside out
-Dual-groove technology: plays an electric or acoustic intro for “Just One Drink” depending on where needle is dropped. The grooves meet for the body of the song.
-Matte finish on Side B, giving the appearance of an un-played 78 RPM record
-Both sides end with locked grooves
-Vinyl pressed in seldom-used flat-edged format
-Dead wax area on Side A contains a hand-etched hologram the first of its kind on a vinyl record
-Different running order from the CD/digital version
-LP utilizes some mixes different from those used on CD and digital version
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Game Boy music is a type of chip music produced using a portable gaming device from the Game Boy line of consoles. To produce music of this genre, one needs a Game Boy and a cartridge containing appropriate tracking software, such as Little Sound DJ.
I am excited to announce a new music recommendation podcast! Do you like new and old rock or metal? 70s, 80s, 90s or newer? The classics and beyond? Maybe electronic music? Indie? Funk? Progressive rock? If it’s GOOD MUSIC, then I’LL PLAY IT! I’ll explore all of those genres of music and much more plus you’ll get insight into my band’s original music and hopefully I’ll even have on some special guests too! To listen, go to :
Rob Scallon YouTube channel: “Killing In The Name” – Rage Against The Machine… but on a shovel.
A one string shovel guitar. Can ya dig it?