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No More Heroes

by Erock

Superhero 80s guitar instrumentals, flame on!!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Keyser Soze (Intro)
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2. Flame On!
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3. Tonight's the Night
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3:15 $0.99
4. Lantern's Light
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5. Hayley's Comet
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6. Permission to Die
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7. Shazam!
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8. Switch to Kryptonite
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9. Devil in the Pale Moonlight
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10. Fuggettaboutit
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11. The Dr. Manhattan Project
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Album Notes
Inspired by Jason Becker, Paul Gilbert, Andy James, and my love for comics.


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Miguel Carvalho

It gets better and better...
I've been following all yours "meets metal" on youtube and, bro, your music is getting more awesome everytime I see something new.

Keep up the good work!

Jonathan Cragle

No More Heroes is played by a Guitar Hero!
I was first introduced to Eric's Youtube webpage about 9 months ago and was instantly hooked. Once I saw he'd released this CD I immediately downloaded it. It's been in my car CD changer, since it dropped. You'll hear so many influences & styled in this 11-song CD. I identified Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Buckethead, Yngwie, Becker, Gilbert, Van Halen, and more.

The CD starts with a chugging guitar sound and ends with a shred-fest called "The Dr. Manhattan Proejct". In between there are more highs, lows & changes of direction than the ultimate roller-coaster. It's is an electric guitar tour de force that takes no prisoners, except for our ears!

Todd Doiron

Just straight AWESOME!
This album is what the title says, AWESOME! Every track is great, not just a few. There aren't to many albums that you can say that for. There are no lyrics but if anyone who didn't know was listening to this would say its at least a 4 piece band. Just knowing it is all one person making this music makes it that much more killer. Not only is Eric an awesome guitar player, but he has a great feel for making fully orchestrated songs. Every instrumental part is well done and put together so that the music sounds as if its very well rounded, and not just a guitar player playing with some cheesy drums and bass in the background. Every song, rift, and note is catchy and makes you want to listen to it over and over. From jamming heavy rhythm guitar, lightening fast killer shreddin solo's, to brutal double bass slappin drums. I gotta say this whole album is one that I always crank up when I'm driving my car with the windows down. My only confusion is how Eric isn't more well known.