The fourth solo release from Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman finds the guitarist mostly repeating the same formula that worked so well on Introduction. This time around, though, there is less emphasis on new age stylings in favor of a more rock-oriented approach. "Rio" is impressive, and the session's best track, "Intoxicated," offers a glimpse of what Friedman sounds like without the metal riffing.
Performance CreditsMarty Friedman Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Guitar
Carmine Appice Drums
Jimmy Haslip Bass
Brian BecVar Piano,Keyboards
Gregg Bissonette Drums
Tony Franklin Bass
Nick Menza Drums
Stanley Rose Vocals,Background Vocals
Alex Wilkinson Percussion
Technical CreditsMarty Friedman Producer
Steve Fontano Producer,Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
True Obsessions [Shrapnel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This album contains everything you could hope for from Marty Friedman. There are exciting melodies, slow ballads, exotic instrumentals and so on. This is a great album with good variety. Stanley Rose on vocals is perfect for the tunes. Rio is soft and explosive! Marty rocks. This is a 5 star album!
Marty has great technique and grasps all the right notes in a wonderful melody content that you will get chills! I am writting Music in this sort and would like you all to hear it! if interested please write!