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marty friedman: Infernocompact discs
Marty Friedman: Inferno

Released: May 27, 2014. Genre: Progressive Metal, Shred. Label: Prosthetic Records. Number Of Tracks: 12. Former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman unleashes a compilation of incohesive guitar elements and the occasional addition of deafening screams on "Inferno."

POSTED: 06/10/2014 - 07:50 am

6.8
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marty friedman: Tokyo Jukebox 2compact discs
Marty Friedman: Tokyo Jukebox 2

Released: Sep 14, 2011. Genre: Progressive Rock/Metal, Shred. Label: Avex Trax. Number Of Tracks: 13. Marty Friedman's latest solo album "Tokyo Jukebox 2" is a very pepped up super charged album and suitably named cause you can sense the Japanese culture seeping out of it.

POSTED: 01/12/2012 - 05:47 am

7.9
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marty friedman: True Obsessionscompact discs
Marty Friedman: True Obsessions

Release Date: Sep 24, 1996. Label: Shrapnel. Genres: Contemporary Instrumental, Guitar Virtuoso. Number Of Tracks: 10. The fourth solo release from Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman finds the guitarist mostly repeating the same formula that worked so well on Introduction.

POSTED: 01/10/2008 - 02:39 am

8.6
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marty friedman: Loudspeakercompact discs
Marty Friedman: Loudspeaker

Release Date: Jul 3, 2006. Label: Avex. Genres: Rock. Number Of Tracks: 11. "Loudspeaker" is exactly the kind of record that Friedman fans have been waiting for. It is heavy, melodic and digs down deep to his roots, reminiscent in style of his best selling Shrapnel solo record "Dragon's Kiss."

POSTED: 08/15/2007 - 06:39 am

9.7
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marty friedman: Music For Speedingcompact discs
Marty Friedman: Music For Speeding

Release Date: May 20, 2003. Label: Favored Nations. Genres: Heavy Metal, Guitar Virtuoso. Number Of Tracks: 13. The sound on this album is amazing, from the extreme shred sounds to the slow acoutic guitars.

POSTED: 04/29/2006 - 02:07 am

9.2
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