To get Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 2 items. I hate it when a sweet spot is interrupted by an atonal lick, which is then repeated a few times and then doubled in dissonant harmony! He, like Moore before him, doesn't play as many notes as Jordan, but ultimately the atmosphere and wide range he brings to the table are far more valuable. He's always been one of the better shredders out there, but he can also write a song. Taking over guitar duties is Brett Garsed, a personal favorite of mine. Posts: From: USA. I thought some of the songs sounded too similar and that the band played individual solos rather than jams that allowed everyone to show off while still keeping a rhythm. I really like what Garsed and Holdsworth have brought to the table.
Quantum is the third studio album by instrumental rock/progressive metal supergroup Planet X, released in through Inside Out Music.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digi-Pak CD release of Quantum on Discogs. Quantum is a music studio album recording by PLANET X (Jazz Rock/Fusion/ Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.
Diamond Head The Coffin Train. This segues nicely into a solo from Derek, before Brett and Virgil hop back in at different tempos start gently slowing things down until your brain can't take anymore of the contrasting time signatures and levels out to an extent, although the challenging riff keeps until the end. The thing is, upon more and more listens, with the exception of perhaps Space Foam, there's no lasting impression created in your psyche.
Username Password Login. The news that Brett Garsed was taking over didn't really help me much not because I don't value his skill but because I had honestly never heard him and had only once heard of him.
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Again, like the band Sherinian was trying to one up with Planet X, I am not Why I got around to checking their latest album, Quantum, was primarily the news.
The band that I just couldn't get suddenly came out and released one of if not the best jazz fusion albums since its mids heyday. I have slowly become obsessed with this album.
Iron Maiden Powerslave. Fusion Jazz Progressive Technical Metal. So a matter of tastes all the way and I'll stick with "Universe" which I played today for a comparison because I hadn't heard it in such a long time and thought maybe my tastes had simply changed since I last spent some time with it. Quantum is an album of a mature group that mixes up all Metal attitude with jazz influence.
Quantum. By Planet X. • 9 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Alien Hip Hop. 2. Desert Girl.
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3. "Quantum" is a real mixture of Rock, Heavy Metal, Jazz and Fusion and it's obvious that Planet X is one of the craziest instrumental bands in the. Planet X - Quantum review: Scroll to the bottom of the page. Enter Planet X; a band of stellar musicians who take things a few steps further.
Sure, it's interesting at first, but that doesn't change the fact that there is a real lack of metal-inspired aggression here, as well as something that is central to progressive music -- progression.
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Iron Maiden Powerslave. The music on this album is complex but the synth-like keyboards leave me cold much of the time, I'm just not into them but when Derek creates atmosphere with those spacey sounds or when playing the piano I'm impressed big time.
The album closes with the monstrous Quantum Factorand if you thought the rest of the album was complex, strap yourself in. But this album has it down.
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|The album opens with Alien Hip Hopwhich gets the ball rolling with some orchestration courtesy of Virgil Donati.
Charts Top of Top Taking over guitar duties is Brett Garsed, a personal favorite of mine. However, this album made me realize that he's perhaps the most musical of any DT alum his only competition being John Myung and Kevin Moorecapable of actually tempering that skill with a song I want to listen to.
It mixes nicely with keyboard line before Virgil jumps in with a quick and impossibly complex drum roll, only for the band to suddenly shift to a lower gear, add the guitar and start chugging. Imperial Triumphant.