Masi | Fire in the Rain

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Fire in the Rain

by Masi

heavy metal
Genre: Metal/Punk: 80's Metal
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1. Rock Your Soul
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2. Livin On The Highway
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3:56 album only
3. I'm A Liar
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4:02 album only
4. Daybreak
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4:27 album only
5. Waiting For The Night
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4:31 album only
6. Fire In The Rain
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4:48 album only
7. Nothing To Lose
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4:11 album only
8. Fallen Angel
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9. Movements
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Predating "Downdown Dreamers", or both of Italian guitarist Alex Masi's late '80s instrumental solo releases "Attack Of The Neon Shark" and "Vertical Invader" was the band Masi's 1987 Metal Blade release Fire In The Rain. The CD, a textbook example of mid '80s metal/hard rock, was released with praise from the critics, lots of airplay on the new KNAC LA radio and received massive response from the public. Fire In The Rain features a good bit of Alex Masi's squalling lead guitar riffs, and each song offers a typically blazing solo passage with enough energy to stop a charging rhino dead in his tracks. The albums closer, "Movements", hints at Alex Masi' forthcoming solo work - a four minute instrumental complete with jagged, at times dissonant, axe work and a solo piano passage right in the middle of the piece - easily the most creative offering on the recording. Heavy Metal/Hard Rock


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