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Under-Radio

by Under-Radio

progressive rock/metal adventure from U.S. guitarist Eric Zimmerman, that also features Fates Warning drummer Mark Zonder and bassist Matt Bissonette
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Acrobat
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2. Spinningwheels
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3. How was the Funeral?
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4. Swing It!
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5. Elmer's Revenge
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6. Every Time
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7. Lifeline
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8. Bigger Fish To Fry
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9. Drinking Blood
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Under-Radio is the self-titled slightly progressive rock/metal adventure from U.S. guitarist Eric Zimmerman, that also features Fates Warning drummer Mark Zonder and bassist Matt Bissonette. Zimmermann's eclectic musical tastes and styles are evident throughout the Under-Radio release. You're bound to get many colors on your easel when you incorporate performances of members ranging from the Los Angeles Philharmonic to Fates Warning. One minute you're taking a peaceful walk on the beach, the next you realize there is a tsunami.


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DJKuulA

It's 1980 again (in a good way)
If you took David Lee Roth-era Van Halen and progged it up just a smidgen, this is what you'd get. Features nice guitar work and a sense of fun. Very entertaining.