Speed Lives [DVD] Review

artist: Michael Angelo Batio date: 11/25/2005 category: compact discs
Michael Angelo Batio: Speed Lives [DVD]
Release Date: 2003
In Speed Lives, Michael breaks the song "No Boundaries" (the intro solo from Speed Kills) into 27 parts. He first explains each section then plays the part at normal speed, slow fretting hand, slow picking hand, and ends with the animated tab at slow speed.
 Sound: 10
 Content: 9
 Production Quality: 9
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 9.5
Speed Lives [DVD] Reviewed by: Flea_Metallica, on november 25, 2005
3 of 12 people found this review helpful

Sound: This guy rules. He is fast! I swear man if your a guitarist you'd be scared, amazed, and angry at him. I am only amazed since I'm not a guitarist, but who! If you check out the intro to Speed Lives on his website you'd feel exactly like what I just mentioned up there. I sorta don't like the background music at some points it good, in others it sounds like a porn movie. // 10

Overall Impression: In no way those this DVD compare to other artists. It was just cool to see the guy play period, I mean he's pretty underrated to me so it was a hassle trying to find something by him in the stores. I liked eevrything about it was great, amazing, I guess you could even say epic which is weird cause its an instructional video. if it were stolen I'd seriously be more upset then I ever have been, cause I wouldn't like to look for it again in the stores not saying that I wouldn't but it was kinda tiring, trying to find it and all. // 10

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