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Various - Smell The Fuzz (Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2 - The Superstar Guitar Album) album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Smell The Fuzz (Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2 - The Superstar Guitar Album)
  • FLAC: 1485 mb | MP3: 1277 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Country: US
  • Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 978
  • Format: APE VOC AIFF MPC MP1 DTS MP2
Various - Smell The Fuzz (Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2 - The Superstar Guitar Album) album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Hellecasters Disintonation
Drums – Steve DuncanGuitar – Jerry Donahue, John Jorgenson, Will Ray
2:59
A2 Billy Corgan Ascendo 4:07
A3 Victor Strip And Go Naked 3:58
A4 J. Yuenger* Blues For 2-XL 3:54
A5 Ace Frehley Cherokee Boogie 4:01
B1 Dark Load Brewicide 5:49
B2 Unheard Of Explosion 4:20
B3 Billy Sheehan Niacin 3:52
B4 John Christ One Song 2:57
B5 Robert Fripp Sunset Collage 1 4:26

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – C108065
  • Manufactured For – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.
  • Licensed To – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P2 50589 Various Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Comp) Metal Blade Records P2 50589 US 1996
THRUST025 Various Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Comp) Metal Blade Records, Thrust THRUST025 Australia 1996
963-2 Various Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Promo) Metal Blade Records 963-2 US 1996
MBD 50589 Various Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Comp, Club) Metal Blade Records MBD 50589 US 1996
6051-2 Various Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Comp) Metal Blade Records 6051-2 1996


Guitars That Rule the World, Vol. 2: Smell the Fuzz: The Superstar Guitar Album.

Guitars That Rule The World Vol. 2: Smell The Fuzz/The Superstar Guitar Album ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Promo).

Being Ozzy's former guitar player and fromntman for the ultra heavy Black Label Society you expect a country intro for his song on this album but that's exactly what you get. He starts off with a lightning speed country piece before kicking into the metal style that he's known for. He like pretty much everyone else on the album plays with amazing speed. This song is also great because it shows all of his influences.

Drums – Steve DuncanEngineer – Michael McDonald Guitar – Jerry Donahue, Will RayGuitar, Bass, Organ, Percussion – John JorgensonMixed By – John Jorgenson, Michael McDonald Producer – The By – John Jorgenson. Bass – Paul LarkinDrums – Bill Reiflin Engineer – John SchiuckebeirGuitar – Kim ThayilMixed By – Paul LarkinNoises – Jeff Gilbert Producer – Paul LarkinWritten-By – Kim thayil, Paul Larkin, William Rieflin. 7. –Unheard Of featuring The Death Metal Summit. Bass, Chapman Stick – Sean MaloneDrums – Paul MazurkiewiczGuitar – Allen West, Jack Owen, Ralph SantollaProducer, Engineer, Mixed By – Scott BurnsWritten-By – Jack Owen, Sean Malone.

Band Name FG3. Album Name Vo. - Guitars that Rule the Free World. Released date 15 October 2009. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleGuitar Hero. Members owning this album0.

Guitars That Rule the World 2: Smell Fuzz. 92 руб. EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 49925058949.

I play guitar in such an unorthodox way," he told Guitar World in 1996. I've never taken a guitar lesson. One of our assistants brought it to my attention a few months ago that, sometimes, when I play chords, my thumb is on the fretted side of the neck. I have no idea why or how I do it, but I d. "I remember a time early on when Ace and I would play," added Paul Stanley, "and I would do vibrato with my hand, and Ace would get vibrato by shaking his whole arm against the neck of the guitar. Signature Les Paul Guitars. Cherokee Boogie" – Song on the 1996 compilation album Smell the Fuzz: Guitars that Rule the World 2. The song was written, produced and engineered by Frehley, who also played all guitars on it. "Rocker Room Theme" – Song on the 1998 Still Wicked album Something Wicked This Way Comes. Frehley played rhythm and lead guitar.

Effects that could take the meekest guitar and make it roar like a doorman on steroids, or soar like jet planes in an aerobatics display. Creating sounds you could actually taste and smell. So while we’re looking down, let’s discuss the roots. Spacemen 3 have sometimes been referred to as godfathers of shoegaze, and that may be true in some small part; I may not be the best judge of that. It was released in 1989, when shoegaze was still fledgling, and it’s a varied sampler of the eventual staples of shoegaze: zonked-out space rock, drone-laced rhythms, gossamer guitars. The divergence from the eventual genre lies in Lawrie’s vocals, which don’t so much swoon as sock you in the stomach, especially on the lysergic Threadbare.

My guitar is gone" are four words that no guitarist should ever have to say. Outside of death or injury, there’s no bigger bummer for a musician than having your prized instrument stolen. As players around the world have regretfully and routinely discovered, you can always get a new guitar, but you can never truly replace a guitar that you’ve deeply connected with. Historically, when your gear gets stolen, you need luck on your side to get it back. Throughout this era and up until the album’s release in July ‘66, this was the guitar through which Clapton distinctively displayed his mastery of the blues, the guitar Clapton was playing when Londoners proclaimed on the walls, "Clapton is Go. Beano was set to be Clapton’s main axe in Cream too before its theft just days after the release of the Blues Breakers album.