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Thread started 05/31/14 1:01pm

databank

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Would u like a rock-oriented guitar instrumental album

Just listening to a Buckethead album right now and thinking of Habibi and the jazz-rock instrumentals released by 3EG last year and wondering how a prince guitar-oriented, purely instrumental album with 3EG, just guitars/drums/bass, no synth and no horns, could sound. I'd be curious biggrin

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Reply #1 posted 05/31/14 1:58pm

thebanishedone

No i want analogue synth driven electro funk and i am a guitar player smile
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Reply #2 posted 05/31/14 2:10pm

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thebanishedone said:

No i want analogue synth driven electro funk and i am a guitar player smile

lol lol lol OK, count me in, anytime for anologue synth driven electrofunk biggrin biggrin biggrin

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Reply #3 posted 05/31/14 2:52pm

thebanishedone

I love guitar and guitar solos.But i like guitar solos as a part of a composition.

10songs of guitar fiesta can be boring .

on the other hand Prince didnt use analogue synth since middle

section of the song Around A World In A Day.

He plays those crappy digital keyboards and its strange,he was a kick ass mother funker on analogue synths,how come he dont miss the beauty of analogue?

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Reply #4 posted 05/31/14 2:53pm

EddieC

I'm up for either one.

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Reply #5 posted 05/31/14 4:49pm

chopingard

Yes to the Rock and yes to the funk

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Reply #6 posted 05/31/14 8:24pm

njemelbourne

If we are talking instrumental I would rather have a new Madhouse album wink

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Reply #7 posted 05/31/14 8:37pm

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njemelbourne said:

If we are talking instrumental I would rather have a new Madhouse album wink

Well 4 one thing it's more than time 4 an official release of 24 (1988) and 24 (1993) alongside 8 and 16's remasters biggrin

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Reply #8 posted 05/31/14 8:38pm

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databank said:

njemelbourne said:

If we are talking instrumental I would rather have a new Madhouse album wink

Well 4 one thing it's more than time 4 an official release of 24 (1988) and 24 (1993) alongside 8 and 16's remasters biggrin

Amen to that!

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Reply #9 posted 05/31/14 8:39pm

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databank said:

njemelbourne said:

If we are talking instrumental I would rather have a new Madhouse album wink

Well 4 one thing it's more than time 4 an official release of 24 (1988) and 24 (1993) alongside 8 and 16's remasters biggrin

A 5 CD Madhouse boxset with the 4 albums + a bonus CD with the single versions and b-sides and a few outtakes, now THAT would rock biggrin

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Reply #10 posted 06/01/14 1:34am

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databank said:

databank said:

Well 4 one thing it's more than time 4 an official release of 24 (1988) and 24 (1993) alongside 8 and 16's remasters biggrin

A 5 CD Madhouse boxset with the 4 albums + a bonus CD with the single versions and b-sides and a few outtakes, now THAT would rock biggrin

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Reply #11 posted 06/02/14 7:35am

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Remember when it was rumoured that Plectrum Electrum was an instrumental album, ah they were the days. We're still no closer to the album. I bet it's gone through a few changes since then
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Reply #12 posted 06/02/14 1:51pm

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databank said:

Just listening to a Buckethead album right now and thinking of Habibi and the jazz-rock instrumentals released by 3EG last year and wondering how a prince guitar-oriented, purely instrumental album with 3EG, just guitars/drums/bass, no synth and no horns, could sound. I'd be curious biggrin

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Reply #13 posted 06/02/14 2:06pm

NouveauDance

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Well it would be more welcome than the usual 'throw enough shit at the wall and see what sticks' pop/r&b mish-mash album, but I can't say I've ever pined for an instrumental rock album.

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Reply #14 posted 06/02/14 2:13pm

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If we're talking about good melodies, Santana ish guitar solos and none of P's boring funk.. yes.

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Reply #15 posted 06/02/14 5:13pm

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thebanishedone said:

No i want analogue synth driven electro funk and i am a guitar player smile

This.

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Reply #16 posted 06/03/14 3:34am

hw3004

No....

....but I would buy it.

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Reply #17 posted 06/03/14 3:44am

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databank said:

Just listening to a Buckethead album right now and thinking of Habibi and the jazz-rock instrumentals released by 3EG last year and wondering how a O( > guitar-oriented, purely instrumental album with 3EG, just guitars/drums/bass, no synth and no horns, could sound. I'd be curious biggrin

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I love the guitar rock but I want Prince singing.

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Reply #18 posted 06/03/14 1:48pm

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If Prince did a Steve Vai like album with a Bad Horsie type song or more, I'd really like that.

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Reply #19 posted 06/04/14 6:52am

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No....

....but I would buy it.

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