Supersonic Shred Machine Review

artist: Joe Stump date: 03/10/2006 category: compact discs
Joe Stump: Supersonic Shred Machine
Release Date: May 21, 1996
Label: Leviathan
Genres: Heavy Metal, Guitar Virtuoso, Neo-Classical Metal
Number Of Tracks: 10
Guitar shred master Joe Stump continues to keep the proverbial pedal to the metal on his third solo release.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
Supersonic Shred Machine Reviewed by: Oblivious16037, on march 10, 2006
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Sound: Joe Stump is very talented and he really shows it off in this CD. Eveything fits together perfectly, the bass, drums, and guitar all blend together into one kick-ass sound. This CD starts off fast and in your face with Deamon's Eye. It then goes straight into a power chord heavy song called, Wrecking Machine. Then, later in the CD, it slows down for the shortest, slowest, and only acoustic song on this album, Fall From Grace. Directly after Fall From Grace it goes into The Dark Gift which is the last song on this Album and it ends the CD perfectly. // 10

Lyrics: Well considering every single song on this album is an instrumental I have nothing to say in this category. // 10

Overall Impression: Holy damn this CD kicks so much ass. Joe Stump is unbelivable. Everything is perfect about this album. The best songs on the album are Deamon's Eye, Wrecking Machine, Fall From Grace, and my personal favorite, Backstabber. I would definatly recomenc getting this CD. // 10

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