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Ogg
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Another tribute album

Post by Ogg » Wed Feb 16, 2005 3:06 pm

http://www.magnacarta.net/releases/subdivisions.html :shock: audio clips available here.

"RUSH TRIBUTE ALBUM:
Subdivisions



Pre Mix Editing by Terry Brown
Artwork by Hugh Syme

Featuring Performances By: Sebastian Bach (Skid Row); Robert Berry ("3", Ambrosia); Dave Brooks (Slammin' Gladys): Dominic Cifarelli (Pulse Ultra); Jeff Feldman (Pulse Ultra); Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai): Daniel J. (Solo Artist, Jordan Rudess); Randy Jackson (Zebra); Andreas Kisser (Sepultura); Jani Lane (Warrant); Mike Mangini (Extreme, Steve Vai); Vinnie Moore (Solo Artist, UFO); Alex Skolnick (Solo Artist, Testament, Tran Siberian Orchestra, Attention Deficit); Jeff Stinco (Simple Plan); Kip Winger (Winger)

Tracklist: "Distant Early Warning" - Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson; Guitar Solo: Daniel J.
"Lakeside Park" - Lead Vocals: Sebastian Bach; Guitar Solo: Daniel J.
"Limelight" - Lead Vocals: Kip Winger; Guitar Solo: Andreas Kisser
"Subdivisions" - Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson; Guitar Solo: Dominic Cifarelli; Keys: Jeff Feldman
"Different Strings" - Lead Vocals: Robert Berry; Guitar Solo: Robert Berry
"Tom Sawyer" - Lead Vocals: Sebastian Bach; Guitar Solo: Dominic Cifarelli; Keys: Jeff Feldman
"Bastille Day" - Lead Vocals: Jani Lane; Guitar Solo: Alex Skolnick
"A Farewell To Kings" - Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson; Guitar Solo: Andreas Kisser
"Spirit Of the Radio" - Lead Vocals: Kip Winger; Guitar Solo: Jeff Stinco
"Didacts and Narpets" - Drums: Mike Mangini
"2112 Overture/Temples Of Syrinx" - Lead Vocals: Jani Lane; Guitar Solo: Vinnie Moore

Rhythm Guitars Tracks - Vinnie Moore
Bass Tracks - Stu Hamm
Drum Tracks - Mike Mangini
Keyboards - Robert Berry
Keyboards - Jeff Feldman
Keyboards - Trent Gardner "

Great line up eh? Kip Winger??? :shock: .
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Post by New World Man » Wed Feb 16, 2005 10:48 pm

The clips didn't impress me, but everyone pales to the original. I don't care for Dream Theater's covers either.

Different takes on the same song would be interesting instead of attempting to just mimic.
I'm in motion.
I am still.
I am crying.
I am still.
I'm together.
I'm apart.
I'm forever.
At the start.

Still... I am.

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Post by Ogg » Thu Feb 17, 2005 6:11 am

New World Man wrote:The clips didn't impress me, but everyone pales to the original. I don't care for Dream Theater's covers either.

Different takes on the same song would be interesting instead of attempting to just mimic.
I heartily agree mate.
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Post by Lyra » Tue Mar 08, 2005 1:50 am

I've heared this new tribute album,that's cool but a little bit different from the previous one,probably 'cause all the excellent artists playing in there are more into their own style,that's a nice one though :)
Throw off those chains of reason and your prison desappears :-

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