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Rusty Cooley

Postby Doobie » Fri Aug 15, 2008 7:41 am

Rusty Cooley - S/T (Enhanced Edition) - Rusty Cooley is arguably one of the world's most famous shredders in 2008 thanks to his classic debut album and band works in Outworld. Being a frequent columnist in numerous guitar magazines worldwide and a perpetual fans favourite on thousands of guitar websites and forums online; with one listen to Rusty's self-titled solo album its easy to hear why.
With a technique that can only be described as flawless across not just 6, but 7 and 8 strings, Rusty takes the shreds foundations as laid down by the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen, Randy Rhoads and Edward Van Halen and overdrives the intensity throughout a myriad of complex progressive arrangements all of which will have even the most hardened guitar fan scratching their head in amazement. Yet the Rusty Cooley experience isn't just about technique, Rusty is able to lay down his formidable fretboard skills into strong song frameworks that maintain the listener's interest and hold up to countless spins. Its little wonder that high profile guitarists such as John Petrucci (Dream Theater) who stated, "There is a guy who kicked my ass in a major way – Rusty Cooley who I have become friends with. He is an ultra technical ultra shred monster man, a real kick in the ass. As I've said, it's like you really think you can play and then you hear that stuff!" - ( interview) and Mark Tremonti (Alter Bridge) "When you hear Rusty Cooley's ability you will swear he wasn't human") hold Rusty in such high regard.
Now Lion Music offer up Rusty's debut solo album with a remixed and re-mastered sound, bonus tracks, new artwork and the added extra of a bonus DVD featuring a guitar lesson from Rusty, a promo video for the track"Under The Influence" as well as tablature to allow fans to the chance to master Rusty's technique.
This bonus packed re-release is a must own for fans of old and is the ideal starting point for music fans that wish to get a taste of the Rusty Cooley experience.
Track Listing: Under The Influence, The Butcher, Dark Matter, Dominion, E.B.E., Hillbilly Militia, Jazzmine's Song, War Of The Angels, The Duel Piece Of Mind.
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Re: Rusty Cooley

Postby frethead » Fri Aug 15, 2008 1:48 pm

Holy most over- the- top- and- through- the- woods- to- grandmother's-house- we- go review of a guitar player I've ever read, Batman!!!
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