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Mattias IA Eklundh - Freak Guitar (1999)

29-11-2015, 07:40

Title: Freak Guitar
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Thunderstruck Productions
Genre: Instrumental Rock, Progressive Rock
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 01:05:03
Total Size: 171 Mb


01. Apparatus
02. God - The Mechanic
03. The Grey Hat Of Compromise
04. Lisa's Passion For Heavy Metal
05. La Bamba
06. Evil Shower
07. When Sam Played It Again...
08. Midsummer Night In Hell
09. Numb
10. (Friday Afternoon) In A Galaxy Far Away...
11. The Satanic Moonwalk
12. Cornholed
13. Detroit Rock City
14. The Territorial Thing
15. Time To Breathe
16. Mumbo Jumbo
17. The Mud Man
18. Dr.Pangloss Goes To Lisbon
19. Faith In Chaos
20. Revenge On The Bambi Loving Terrorist
21. Squirrel
22. Our Man In Beuing

The title sums it up perfectly: 22 tracks of nearly all-instrumental, mostly original guitar music that is at once over the top, wild, intense, silly, screeching, humorous, and beautiful. The thirty-something Swede, a Frank Zappa disciple, recorded Freak Guitar on an eight-track in his bathroom with little or no effects (despite the outrageous sounds you hear). Most of the cuts are heavy and intense doses of headbanging material filled with lightning-fast shredding and mind-boggling runs up and down the fretboard. A few songs, though, stand out from the rest and serve to break up the somewhat tedious pattern (Eklundh himself -- in the informative and entertaining self-penned liner notes -- says, "Listening to this record from the beginning to the end nearly drove me insane."). There's the fastest version of "La Bamba" you're probably ever going to come across. There's a reeling, upbeat, pseudo-folk music theme that incorporates a 9/8 time signature. There's Kiss meets Django Reinhardt in a hilarious acoustic version of "Detroit Rock City." Best of all, there's a jazzy original called "Squirrel" that features warm, multi-layered harmony vocals. This song is just plain cool. Freak Guitar is a must-have for six-string nerds, but anyone who loves and appreciates groundbreaking music from a truly talented player will find plenty to smile -- and laugh -- about.

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