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Guitars That Rule the World 2: Smell Fuzz Import


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1. Disintonation - Hellecasters
2. Ascendo - Billy Corgan
3. Strip & Go Naked - Victor
4. Blues For 2-XL - J. Yuenger
5. Cherokee Boogie - Ace Frehley
6. Brewicide - Dark Load
7. Explosion - Unheard Of
8. Niacin - Billy Sheehan
9. One Song - John Christ
10. Sunset Collage 1 - Robert Fripp

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
'Guitars That Rule The World,Volume 2:Smell The Fuzz' - V/A Oct. 2 2004
By Mike Reed - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I usually don't care for guitar oriented/various artist CD's,but this one was different.I find myself giving it a spin more often than usual.The tunes that I liked best were Victor(Alex Lifeson of Rush)'s "Strip And Go Naked",the smoking Ace Frehley's "Cherokee Boogie",Robert Fripp's "Sunset Collage" and J.Yuenger(White Zombie)'s "Blues For 2-XL".'Guitars That Rule...' assembles some truly outstanding tracks,that I'm not even sure if a consumer can find on any other release.Exclusive music always gives you another reason to get a copy of a title as such.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Fuzzy, but not Guitar Hero stuff... Aug. 3 2003
By Tim Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I think that people who buy this album is expecting a full barrage of guitar playing, but the only tracks I really liked were the Hellecasters, the Unheard Of (featuring Ralph Santolla, and a couple other death metal players) and Billy Sheehan's track (and he's not even a guitarist!).
This CD was made with a lot of commercial stuff in mind featuring White Zombie's J, and Billy Corgan. As well as Alex Lifeson doing a strange track not complacent with his Rush years.
Overall I gave this CD a 3 because it is not comparable to the first volume, however, the Unheard OF and Billy Sheehan tracks COMPLETELY satisfy my Guitar Hero fix for the day.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Solo Guitar Album April 14 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a fine solo guitar album. Spanning the playfulness of the Hellecaster's Disintonation, the fuzzy motion sickness inducing Blues For 2-XL by J. Yuenger, and the overpowering crunch of Ace Frehley on Cherokee Boogie, Smell the Fuzz should be an exciting listen for any electric guitar fan. Another highlight is the incredible speed of three death metal guitarists on Unheard Of's Explosion. Although some songs left me feeling unsatisfied, this CD spends more time in my stereo than Guitars that Rule the World, Vol. 1.
No bad tunes in there for sure.... Jan. 10 2013
By Chng Eric - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I got this as I have Guitars That Rule The World, Vol. 1. It's as good as Vol. 1 if not better. If you got this but do not have a Vol. 1 then get the Vol. 1 as well.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The first G.T.R.T.W. is hundred time more better ... Feb. 14 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I heard the first ¨Guitare that rule the world¨,and I rate it 5 star, but the second vol.sound so fuzzy that it isn't rock n'roll at all.This one spoiled the rock n'roll spirit!


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