For The Love Of God - Steve Vai - Passion And Warfare (CD, Album)

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8 thoughts on “ For The Love Of God - Steve Vai - Passion And Warfare (CD, Album)

  1. Bralmaran Reply
    The song "For the Love of God" is available for download for the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, and was voted the 29th best solo of all time by a readers' poll in Guitar World magazine. In , Vai embarked on the Passion and Warfare 25th Anniversary World Tour, where he played the album in its entirety for the first Instrumental rock, progressive metal.
  2. Mikacage Reply
    Jun 24,  · Steve Vai's 3rd album Passion & Warfare is a gem. That being said, I feel this album along with Satriani's "Surfing with the Alien", pushed the bar for guitarists so high that technique and aesthetics have become hard to achieve/5().
  3. Meztikree Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Passion And Warfare on Discogs.
  4. Meztizshura Reply
    STEVE TALKS ABOUT THE ALBUM. Notes: “Passion And Warfare” This album was summed up pretty well in Guitar Player magazine as “the mother load.” It took many years to make, considering that I started before even joining David Lee Roth. Sketches and concepts for .
  5. Togor Reply
    Passion and Warfare is a case where the hits continue to justify their status as such. "For the Love of God" is every bit the virtuoso staple that it deserves to be. intensely spiritual (Vai went.
  6. Shakall Reply
    Passion & Warfare Steve Vai. Released For the Love of God Lyrics. 8. The The album is best described by Steve himself, who has called it “Jimi Hendrix meets Jesus Christ at a party.
  7. Akitaur Reply
    Jun 24,  · In , Steve Vai’s “Passion And Warfare” remains one of the most lasting documents of the guitar virtuoso genre. The chicken-pickin’, Van Halen-esque riff of ‘The Audience is Listening’ and the ‘80s radio rock of ‘I Would Love To’ clearly place this album in the era of bright spandex and grandiose, hairspray-coated locks.
  8. Grojar Reply
    Widely acclaimed as his best album, Passion and Warfare finds Steve Vai coming into his own as a composer, as well as bypassing vocals almost entirely. His style isn't quite as derivative of influences Frank Zappa and Joe Satriani as it was six years earlier on Flex-able; while some of Vai's sense of humor is still evident on tracks like the cock rock strut of "The Audience Is Listening," it.

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