Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Stand in Line
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
PAL/Region 0. The debut live DVD from The Dissociatives, comprised of Daniel Johns from Silverchair and electronic producer Paul Mac. Features a full-length concert from the 2004 Enmore Theatre Show in Sydney including th... more »
PAL/Region 0. The debut live DVD from The Dissociatives, comprised of Daniel Johns from Silverchair and electronic producer Paul Mac. Features a full-length concert from the 2004 Enmore Theatre Show in Sydney including the singles 'Horror With Eyeballs', 'Young Man, Old Man' plus an exclusive cover of the Tom Waits track 'Goin' Out West'. Also includes three award-winning animated video clips. Eleven. 2004. * Please note you will need an All Code DVD player to view.
You can't handle the truth!!
Chris Kaiser | The comfort of home | 02/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Impelliteri's STAND IN LINE interested me since Graham Bonnet was listed as the singer. Otherwise, I had never listened to anything by Impelliteri. Shame on me. Don't pay any attention to the negative reviews you might see about this CD. This is not for the weak at heart by any means. Chris Impelliteri and his guitar are a lethal combination and with Bonnet's vocals this album will knock you out."
Just when you thought it couldn't get any faster...
Nikiforos V. Skoumas | Athens Greece, Cambridge UK | 03/05/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Debut album from American neoclassical guitar shredder Chris Impellitteri originally released in 1988. At the time the narrow neoclassical metal scene was dominated by Yngwie Malmsteen's "Rising Force". Obviously wanting a piece of the sales pie, Impelliteri recruits Graham Bonnet (who had once taken Malmsteen under his wing) and put together the greatest alterative the scene had to offer with the addition of bassist Chuck Wright (Quiet Riot, House of lords) and Pat Torpey on drums (Mr. Big).
Music wise the songs sound quite like an updated version of "Alcatrazz" while certain riffs sound more than familiar to Malmsteen's "Rising Force-Marching Out" album. From there on things get rocketed. For starters the production is top quality with devastating guitar sound and perfectly sustained drums. The real selling point of Impellitteri however is the speed at which the guy plays; It is quite difficult to describe what is like soloing twice as fast as Malmsteen but "Guitar racer" could feed the imagination, the guy's guitar just erupts with notes.
Although in theory it has all been done before, one can not help but be impressed when hearing Impellitteri shred for the first time.