#1
Hey guys, long time no talk here. Been really busy with school and the like.

http://www.guitar9.com/centrifugalfunk.html

Anyways, I recently picked up this album titled "Centrifugal Funk" featuring Frank Gambale, Shawn Lane, and Brett Garsed. I am defintely blown away. It features some of the finest guitarwork I've heard in a while. I REALLY recommend you pick it up if you're a fan of the Holdsworth, Gambale, Di Meola, Lane melodic fusion type stuff.

Anyone else listened to it? Thoughts? Opinions?
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#2
I've heard of the album, but I haven't bought of listened to any of it...if anyone feels generous enough to upload a track or two that would be cool.
#3
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=292528

It's good, but if it weren't for Tokyo Blue, it wouldn't be more than meh. The mixing is terrible, imo.
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#4
good record but the mix has much reverb.
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#5
Yeah, the more I listen to it, the more I realize how poor the studio work is. Some of the backing tracks are a bit lame, with not much movement. It's still good though, and since I love all three players, I give it about a 8/10.
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