Wayde Cooper | Voiceless

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Voiceless

by Wayde Cooper

All new Instrumental guitar release from Wayde Cooper. This CD combines the rhythm styles of modern metal with the shred guitar styles of 80’s and 90's Shrapnel Recording Artists.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Wicked Offerings (Instrumental)
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2. Street Racer X (Instrumental)
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3:04 $0.99
3. Lady Death (Instrumental)
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5:00 $0.99
4. Transmogrifying (Instrumental)
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4:16 $0.99
5. Fearmakers (Instrumental)
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6. Unstoppable (Instrumental)
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4:03 $0.99
7. Theater (Instrumental)
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8. Amusement Park of Doom (Instrumental)
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9. Voiceless (Instrumental)
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4:51 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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All new Instrumental guitar release from Wayde Cooper. This CD combines the rhythm styles of today's modern metal with the shred guitar styles of 80’s and 90's Shrapnel Recording Artists. If you are fans of Racer X, King Diamond, Megadeth, Cacophony, Psycroptic, Daath, Paul Gilbert, Arch Enemy, Jason Becker and many other amazing musicians you will probably enjoy this addition to your CD collection.


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Jeff Smoots

Technical, Melodic, Heavy Shred on Display
This is Wayde's finest instrumental album yet. It's technical and shreddy while still offering up melody. This is not easy to do, but Wayde pulls it off here.
Listening to Voiceless for the past couple days, I'm reminded a bit of Testament -- there are some kick ass thrashy sections in many of the songs. I'm also reminded a bit of more contemporary bands like Nevermore, bands that use low tuned guitars and are not afraid to play guitar solos. Wayde is not afraid to cross genres -- and that makes this music more interesting, IMO.
Did I mention some staggering guitar solos? You will find them here. Arpeggios abound, as do some off-kilter solo leads I wouldn't have a clue how to play.
All in all, this a kick ass album. Give it a listen, then support a musician and buy the album. You won't be sorry!