Tony MacAlpine | Violent Machine

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Violent Machine

by Tony MacAlpine

originally Released in 1997, Violent Machine is the 10th recording by virtuoso guitarist/keyboardist Tony MacAlpine. This record was a musical departure for MacAlpine, as he explored a different direction, incorporating more of a fusion jazz sound into hi
Genre: Metal/Punk: Instrumental Metal
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1. Violent Machine
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2. Unfortunate Lazarus
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3. Circus Du Soleil
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4. Sophisticated Domination
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5. Chopin Etude #12 Opus 10
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6. Shoe Shine Cyber Boy
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7. Carolina Blue
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8. Mr. Destructive
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9. ARS Nova
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10. Space Ritual
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Released in 1997, Violent Machine is the 10th recording by virtuoso guitarist/keyboardist Tony MacAlpine. This record was a musical departure for MacAlpine, as he explored a different direction, incorporating more of a fusion jazz sound into his metal/neo-classical contexts, but all the while capturing his trademark guitar style. Anyone who has heard MacAlpine play live knows what an incredible keyboardist he is -- and this is the first record that Tony has released that displays his virtuosity on what is his primary instrument. The CD was recorded in the summer of 1996 in Los Angeles and features Mike Teranna on Drums (Yngwie Malmsteen, Rage), Kevin Chown on bass and MacAlpine on guitar and keyboards


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