QUOTES FROM THE WOLD WIDE WEB

Tune: APOLLO, Band: CUTHEAD, Genre: Instrumental Rock

great player

nice guitar work right off the back. great groove, nice harmonized lines.. steve vai-ish. first time i've heard mandolin mixed with super high energy hard rock, really cool idea. this track is great. superb player with great chops and melodic sense. worth a few listens

- elevatortunes Rigby,Idaho July 29th, 2006
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Awesome production, great instrumental

Very nice mix and production here. The guitars are very well spaced in the mix. Great technique and excellent songwriting. The clear acoustic guitar lick adds a lot and works wonderfuly with the heavyer guitars.

- Reviewed by: Wallimann from Chattanooga, Tennessee
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solo-nator

Nice drums intro. I'm liking this! The bass has got a great EQ and I like the oriental licks! The solos are amazing. Very original! I wish I could say something else... I am speechless this is so great!!! Definately a 'listen to again'!

Extra Credit: Guitars, Drums, Production, Originality.

- fraser193 West Bridgford, Nottingham, United Kingdom, August 26th, 2006
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Tune: TONES ||, Band: CUTHEAD, Genre: Instrumental Rock

Soulful, emotive, passionate - kicks arse :)

Bluesy, passionate playing. Dripping with feel, and very soulful. Impressive :) Some very imaginative progressions in the guitar lines in there. The song twists and turns in unexpected directions, which definitely keeps the interest level high. Bass is funky and has a great tone. And well mixed too - rare on many GB tracks, I've found. Very strong musicianship throughout. The band is very tight and the performance is solid. Mixing and mastering is of a high standard. The guitar has just enough bite. It's a really engaging piece - a rare thing in my experience for most instrumentals on GB.

Extra Credit: Guitars, Production, Melody, Originality.

- SOULARFLAIR Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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legendary

This is maybe some of the best guitar music I have heard yet on Garageband.com and I mean it. Nice tones. Fat and juicy and with the choice of notes of a champion. The sweet and sour bends are indicative of a seasoned and mature player. I hope this is on a CD somewhere, because I think I want to buy it.

Extra Credit: Guitars, Production, Originality, Most Rocking Track.

- manosalmono Santa Rosa, Netherlands Antilles, Netherlands
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Tune: NO NO YES, Band: CUTHEAD, Genre: Instrumental Rock

Ever so Groovy!

Yes, you can chill to this excellent groove, and it's sonic palette engages one's senses in a pleasing fashion. Very tasteful guitar work, and love the organ. Top of the line arrangement and production. This song should find it's rightful place in the universe.

Extra Credit: Production, Most Rocking Track.

- Rizzer Waukegan, Illinois August 27th, 2006
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Review.

Great mix, and fantastic production from the offset. This sounds like a nice laid back smooth jazz song. The arrangement is well thought out, and easily understandable from the listeners point of view. A nice lead solo kicks in at around 1:40 or so, and the playing is excellent, and encompasses a great amount of feel. Great song people, really good, oh, and the guitar playing is spot on.

Extra Credit: Guitars, Drums, Bass, Production, Melody, Beat.

- garflord August 26th, 2006
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