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Alien Metaljazzbluesrock

Imagine this: You step into a futuristic space travel machine and end billions of light years away on some unknown alien planet that has highly advanced technology. You pay a visit to a guitar shop (yes, they have guitar) and ask the local shredder (yes, you speak alien) what kind of instrumental guitar players have acheived legendery status on their planet. He hands you an album. Dave Martone's "When the Aliens Come" is that album. This album is strange, otherworldly, and just plain awesome. Dave manages too fit so many complex layers into his song that you can't begin to classify them. This is not your run-of-the-mill instrumental rock album, this is your rock-like-its-3999 guitar album.

Impressive

I'm hard to please when it comes to guitar players. But this guy is up there with Kiko Loureiro, Steve Vai, Mattias IA Eklundh, John Petrucci, Guthrie Govan, etc. He's pretty damn good, and take it from me... I know. "His words are absolute, let his review sway you into buying this album" - The New York Times

INSANE GUITAR !!!

This is brilliant, imaginative music with absolutley blistering guitar work. I'd never heard of this guy ( Dave Martone ) until I stumbled on this tonight, but anyone who is a fan of guitar based rock should totally love this !!! I will be recommending this to all my musician friends.

When the Aliens Come, Martone
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