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I would say this is tied with Passion and Warfare for my favorite Steve Vai albums.
The other day i just felt like getting some of the good guitar music I have been missing (Santana inspired me) in again so I picked this album up.
The music is orignal and intricate, but accessible, displaying a diversity of styles...very little heavy metal or shredding.
The longer I listen to this album, the more I love it! Every riff and every nuance is crafted in the unique Vai manner. It is ultra good!Published 22 days ago by jeff feitshans
crazy playing from a master doin his thang. "oooo" is worth the price of admission by itself. other good tunes here but that one is the best imho.Published 3 months ago by K. Hodges
the ultra zone is a pretty cool album.more great music from a man with a great insight in music.overall a good album.Published 7 months ago by TREVOR G.
I have been a Steve Vai fan all the way back to his Whitesnake days but it I did start getting into his solo stuff until years later after seeing him play with Joe Satriani on... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Crafty12player
Great CD and the price was so low I bought it and gave the second copy to a friend. He's now a big Vai fan as well.Published 12 months ago by Mitzdawg
This was one of Vai's long awaited albums for me that I always wanted since I began playing guitar and studying his music closely, but was somehow pushed to the back of my list for... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Richy Hall
I haven't been a Steve Vai fan for long because I just discovered him last year. I've bought a couple of his albums and so far I like them both. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Hallucious
I have long been a fan of Steve Vai, His body of work both solo and with outher including Frank Zappa, show just how great this guitarist truly is. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Richard Glenn
I've liked Steve Vai, since he became a part of David Lee Roth's band, back in the mid-80's (Eat 'Em And Smile is such a good album, minus That's Life). Read morePublished on June 16, 2011 by D. Blakeman