Milan Polak | Dreamscapes

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Dreamscapes

by Milan Polak

Instrumental guitar virtuoso
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Panic Room
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2. Girlfriends
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3. Dreamscapes
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4:20 $0.99
4. Spanish Romance
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5. Quicksilver
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6. Slowgold
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7. Joyride
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8. Contrapunctus III
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9. 4 A.M.
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10. Shadowdance
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11. Ground Zero
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12. Straight Ahead
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13. Sometimes I Still Miss You
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Dreamscapes sees guitar whiz Milan Polak unleash his fresh music vision for a new generation of guitar fans. The 13 tracks Dreamscapes has to offer showcase the impressive compositional skills and stellar production values that are making Milan Polak one of the hottest players on the guitar instrumental scene. Reviewer Eric Van Den Bosch had this to say, "it's high time this guy gets more famous with others than just his peers. Instrumental guitar albums are released almost constantly, most of them with lots of muscle flexing, but this is one of the better ones. Especially since Polak regularly takes it down a notch for some nice dreamy blues, a lovely bit of acoustic guitar or even a jazzy intermezzo. His style shows some kinship with Steve Lukathers solo work: lots of variation, songs that don't need 10 notes a seconds, and often somewhat dreamy in atmosphere. As far as I'm concerned Polak is one of those guitarists that deserves a wider audience."


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