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  1. Rainbow Connection by Kermit The Frog (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    The opening piece to the Muppet Movie. Beautiful banjo solo by our favorite Muppet frog and the late great Jim Henson.
    Recordings: Other · 3384 Hits · Posted on 9/12/2000 by Dave Mastromatteo (110)
  2. The Ballad of Buckethead by Buckethead (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Go to for the on-line video of "Ballad of Buckethead" -- a "song" that is featured on Buck's new CD "13th Scroll" due out Sept. 21st.
    Recordings: Other · 3143 Hits · Posted on 9/13/1999 by Inactive Member

  3. Perspective by Jason Becker (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Life after guitar for Jason Becker, victim of ALS. Broad compositional scope and varied instrumentation. He may not shred anymore, but there's still a lot of music left in Jason.
    Recordings: Other · 1997 Hits · Posted on 11/1/2001 by Tony Cook (2424)

  4. Sometime Tuesday Morning by Johnny A. (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Instrumental guitar work of the first order. Strong songwriting and great covers. In the vein of a Les Paul or Chet Atkins.
    Recordings: Other · 1795 Hits · Posted on 7/6/2001 by Howard Owens (3129)

  5. Passion And Warfare by Steve Vai (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The most famous recording from Steve Vai. I think the most who play guitar know this one. An enormous variety of songs and styles mixed with each other: metal, rock, blues, ... It is one of the best guitar albums ever!!!
    Recordings: Other · 1729 Hits · Posted on 8/17/2002 by Csaba Varszegi (1686)
  6. Zoot Soot Riot by Cherry Poppin' Daddies (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Released in 1997, during a short swing revival, the Cherry Poppin' Daddies cashed in with Zoot Soot Riot. The disc features 14 tracks of new, unreleased tracks as well as old ones.
    Recordings: Other · 1703 Hits · Posted on 9/3/2002 by Solid James (97)
  7. High Tension Wires by Steve Morse (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Insturmental fusion
    Recordings: Other · 1688 Hits · Posted on 7/4/2001 by Philip Wallace (1071)
  8. The only way I can descibe this is Celtic Groove. Its mainly Celtic/Irish/Scottish music with some originals and other genre thrown in, all done like no one else could do it!
    Recordings: Other · 1678 Hits · Posted on 11/27/2000 by Maria Hamilton (75)

  9. Monuments To Thieves by His Hero is Gone (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    How did you conceptualize punk as a child? Music your mother would hate? Well here you go.
    Recordings: Other · 1465 Hits · Posted on 4/2/2003 by William Glover (1064)
  10. Beyond Hypothermia by Cave In (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    "Beyond Hypothermia" rages through the aural landscape... a potent blend of raging duel guitar thrash, foot stomping breakdowns and dark atmospherics. The palm-mute was invented for these boys.
    Recordings: Other · 1400 Hits · Posted on 11/22/2002 by William Glover (1064)

  11. We Are The Romans by Botch (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Mathcore? Or is it Mathmetal... whatever you call it, they're at the forefront. Effects laden hardcore shattering your preconceived notions with virtuosity and intensity.
    Recordings: Other · 1386 Hits · Posted on 11/22/2002 by William Glover (1064)
  12. Everyday by Dave Matthews Band (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    If your used to Dave's sound this album is kind of a draw back. I'm Sorry for the way music is being directed by producers.
    Recordings: Other · 1355 Hits · Posted on 7/26/2001 by Peter Martins (394)
  13. Serious Young Insects by On The Virg (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is a prog outfit featuring Virgil Donati on drums. This guy is a monster!!! I used to think that Vinnie Paul or a Dave Lombardo type was good, but this guy can smoke em with one foot!! this album is not for the timid or stupid...This is SICK!! :)
    Recordings: Other · 1345 Hits · Posted on 1/27/2001 by Philip Thoma (230)

  14. A Picture Of Nectar by Phish (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Stylistically diverse offering from Phish at the height of their creative peak
    Recordings: Other · 1331 Hits · Posted on 1/11/2002 by Tony Cook (2424)
  15. Redneck Jazz Explosion by Danny Gatton (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Breath taking live Danny Gatton featuring the great Buddy Emmons.
    Recordings: Other · 1305 Hits · Posted on 6/23/2001 by Randy Hano (12149)
  16. Purified Yellow Banana Jams by Canine Smyrk (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    My band's 2002 release, it's hard-edged funk-rock without lyrics
    Recordings: Other · 1251 Hits · Posted on 7/19/2002 by Inactive Member
  17. An Anthology Of Dead Ends by Botch (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    To be sure this disc is as chaotic as one would express. The tag "evil math-rock" certainly applys.
    Recordings: Other · 1229 Hits · Posted on 5/26/2003 by William Glover (1064)
  18. Times Of Grace by Neurosis (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    What's the Nietzche quote about staring into the abyss? Well...listen long enough to the echoes of the abyss and this is what you'll hear: tribal beats, heavy guitars and dark atmospheric keyboards.
    Recordings: Other · 1223 Hits · Posted on 11/23/2002 by William Glover (1064)

  19. 24 Deep by Brotha lynch hung (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This was the first album released by sacramento rapper Brotha Lynch Hung.Lynch produced this disc with alot of samples and some gangsta lyrics.
    Recordings: Other · 1189 Hits · Posted on 6/7/2004 by Sigh Zigh guy (25)
  20. Acoustic Planet by Craig Chaquico (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    New Age, borderline Jazz? instumental guitar music. I heard this from a friend and enjoyed this very much and recommend it highly. I don't own it yet, but will be buying it.
    Recordings: Other · 1187 Hits · Posted on 10/27/2000 by Alvin Mullen (1442)