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Super Colossal
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Just Like Lightnin'
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It's So Good
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Bedshift Riders
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Ten Words
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A Cool New Way
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One Robot's Dream
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The Meaning of Love
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Made of Tears
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Theme for a Strange World
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Movin' On
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A Love Eternal
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Crowd Chant

Joe Satriani : Super Colossal

© 2006 Sony

Super Colossal is a 2006 album by instrumental rock solo artist Joe Satriani. It is his tenth studio album recorded at Studio 21 by Joe Satriani.

One of the most innovative voices in contemporary American music, guitarist Joe Satriani celebrates two decades as a recording artist by releasing yet another consistently strong and refreshing record. Like his former student and sometime sparring partner Steve Vai, Satriani shows his virtuosity not only in his command over his instrument but also in his composition.

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Super Colossal is Satch's best cd since his debut, this one is stuck in my cd player.

 
Other CDs / DVDs By Joe Satriani

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Premonition
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Pyrrhic Victoria
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Littleworth Lane

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Joe Satriani : Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards

Electric Guitar / Rock

Black Swans is pure guitar prog, filled with compressed boogies, sci-fi synths, exotic flourishes, and all of Satch’s phasers and flangers in full-tilt overdrive.

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Oriental Melody
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Chords of Life
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Mountain Song

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Joe Satriani : Strange Beautiful Music

Electric Guitar / Rock

Satriani set himself apart from other would-be kings of the six-string in the 1980s by combining impeccable technique with great feel and pop hooks. With those qualities, he produced great guitar-driven albums like Surfing With the Alien and Flying in a Blue Dream. On this 2002 release, Satriani tries to make his music fresh by incorporating world music influences and a bit of techno flava.

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Up In The Sky
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Crystal Planet
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Lights Of Heaven

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Joe Satriani : Crystal Planet

Electric Guitar / Rock

Crystal Planet is a 1998 instrumental rock album from guitarist Joe Satriani. It is likened to his classic 1989 release Flying in a Blue Dream in terms of sonics (returning from the blues/jazz toned "Joe Satriani", and the "big sounds" The Extremist) and songwriting, and features his first recorded use of a 7-string guitar (an Ibanez "Universe" model - this was before Ibanez had made him a custom "JS" seven-string) on the track "Ceremony".

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Always With Me, Always With You
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Satch Boogie
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Echo

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Joe Satriani : Surfing with the Alien

Electric Guitar / Rock

Surfing With the Alien is the second album by instrumental rock solo artist Joe Satriani, released in 1987. Often regarded as one of the most important guitar albums of the 1980s, Surfing helped Satriani establish his reputation as a top virtuoso in the field of guitar playing.

G3 Live : Steve Vai, Eric Johnson, Joe Satriani : DVD

Concert DVD

Three of the greatest rock instrumental guitarist of the past decade finally get together and performed one of the finest guitar shows ever. The video captures the three virtuoso players with individual sets and together at the grand finale.

G3 Live : Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Joe Satriani : DVD

Concert DVD

If musical notes were gold nuggets, then King Midas would look like a pauper next to Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Yngwie Malmsteen. Performing both individually and together in this 112-minute concert, the three die-hard rock guitarists prove their virtuosity beyond a doubt.

G3 Tokyo: Steve Vai, John Petrucci, Joe Satriani : DVD

Concert DVD

G3 returns in fine form with "G3 Live in Tokyo". Joe Satriani teams up with Steve Vai and find a third guitarist (John Petrucci) worthy of sharing the stage with them. Each member performs his own set and then all 3 jam on stage together.

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