Joe Satriani stream

2013-05-03 by tempest-- | 30 Comments
Legendary rock guitarist Joe Satriani's upcoming fourteenth studio album, titled Unstoppable Momentum, is streaming now on MSN Music's Listening Booth, ahead of its May 7th release date.

http://music.msn.com/music/listeningbooth/?ocid=muhfpS1L

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Brostep
Emeritus
May 3rd 2013
4294 Comments


duuuuude

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
May 3rd 2013
26423 Comments


ugh, not a fan of this guy.

Digging: Floorplan - Let the Chruch

tommygun
May 3rd 2013
26600 Comments


wank wank wank

ButteryBiscuitBass
May 3rd 2013
11139 Comments


Wankidy Wank

Pestiferous
May 3rd 2013
1368 Comments


sweet

dante1991
May 3rd 2013
620 Comments


Was wavering between a 3.5 and 4 for this. There's some different things going on but at the same time it all seems very similar and there's no real "awesome!" moments

Black Swans was better IMO. Fans should find something to enjoy here.

ReAnimator
May 3rd 2013
356 Comments


Wankety wankety wankety wank

MikeC26
May 3rd 2013
3355 Comments


joe satriani doesn't really even write songs he just composes backing tracks to noodle over.

Digging: Texas T and the Jangle Sheep - Texas T's Janglin' EP: A Damn Good Time

dante1991
May 3rd 2013
620 Comments


The people critisising him of "wanking" or "noodling" obviously have only listened to his older material. He's a lot slower and more melodic now. Three Sheets to the Wind is a cool track

Dunpeal
May 3rd 2013
4101 Comments


i'm a Satch fan but this, for me, is not as memorable as Professor Satchafunkilus and the Musterion of Rock

Digging: VHS Glitch - Evil Technology

Vespiion
May 3rd 2013
1224 Comments


I've only heard Surfing With The Alien.

bloc
May 3rd 2013
41589 Comments


Not really a fan of solo guitar albums to begin with, but I'll check this out of curiosity.

Digging: Yellow Magic Orchestra - Solid State Survivor

NickGrouwen
May 3rd 2013
80 Comments


Yawn

Jade
Emeritus
May 3rd 2013
10694 Comments


Voldemort has a new album, cool, will listen

Asdfp277
May 4th 2013
14164 Comments


shit music, cool

dawija1017
May 4th 2013
676 Comments


At least he's a more solid wanker than any of you will ever be.

NapalmCrusader
May 4th 2013
1738 Comments


Never thought that in this website some people will hate satriani's work.

evilford
May 4th 2013
40304 Comments


wankitty wank [5]

darkknight3993
May 4th 2013
26 Comments


"Never thought that in this website some people will hate satriani's work."

Are you joking? People on this website find reasons to hate on anything.


darkknight3993
May 4th 2013
26 Comments


"Never thought that in this website some people will hate satriani's work."

Are you joking? People on this website find reasons to hate on anything.


NapalmCrusader
May 4th 2013
1738 Comments


Are you joking? People on this website find reasons to hate on anything.

I mean. I can understand that a lot of people in sputnik and similar websties hate a lot mainstream acts, false metal groups, scene and core bands, some rappers and shit like that. But in almost every rock circle that exists this guy is untouchable and only a bimbos and jerks disrespect the work of satriani.

freedomofspeechnoway
May 5th 2013
426 Comments


But in almost every rock circle that exists this guy is untouchable and only a bimbos and jerks disrespect the work of satriani.


No different here, just more bimbos.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
May 5th 2013
26423 Comments


I think there's plenty of people out there who consider Satriani's playing to be nothing more than soulless wankery. It's not just a Sputnik thing.

tempest--
May 5th 2013
20158 Comments


but that's the point

NapalmCrusader
May 5th 2013
1738 Comments


I can understand that some people classify as souless wankery acts that I love like dream theater, between the buried and me and malmsteen, but this? I'm sure most of them haven't heard properly a big part of the discography made by this guy. Tracks like revelations and cloud race across the sky have also passion and intensity.

And the disrespect is only seen here and in a really small minority of RYM.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
May 5th 2013
26423 Comments


Personally I've never liked this guy's guitar playing. Even when he plays more melodic parts it seems so lacking in depth and emotion. He's technically a very good guitarist, I can't deny that, but for me he lacks the ability to compose anything that is in any way engaging.

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
May 5th 2013
26423 Comments


I've never been a fan of this kind of guitar playing (shred, wank, whatever you wanna call it) anyway so it's no surprise that I'm not a fan of this guy.

tempest--
May 5th 2013
20158 Comments


yes, wank is the technical term

minorswing
May 6th 2013
45 Comments


this is music for hairy virgins and bedroom guitarists who wouldnt know how to put on a condom

evilford
May 6th 2013
40304 Comments


soulless wankery [2]



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