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  • Audio CD (April 13, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
  • ASIN: B00701QREU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,728 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By C. Shaw on February 12, 2006
Format: Audio CD
All one can EVER say of Joe Satriani is...Wow. After all this time, as so many "guitar heros" have come and gone...along with big hair, grunge, heavy metal, industrial, and all the other labels which have at times been dominating -- but never lasting -- aspects of what passes for rock...Satch remains the undisputed king of technical, melodic guitar music. Eddie Van Halen invented a sound and style that are as recognizable as his face -- as did Stevie Ray Vaughn, Clapton, Beck, Page, Hendrix, Zappa, Iommi and too may other greats to list. But in my opinion (and 13 years of guitar playing), there is simply no one who has ever played with such melodic, beautiful proficiency.

"Is There Love In Space?", "If I Could Fly", and "Searching" are all uniquely different styles and 'feel' of songs, yet each is totally Satch. The latter is probably my favorite song on the album, but as with each album he's done, you never dislike songs...only favor some more than others. In my mind, very few artists create music of such consistently good quality. I literally put him up there with the Stones, Zeppelin, and that small few of others who produced nary a bad song.

More proof of his talent, I have NEVER seen anyone play live who sounded as true to their 'studio' sound. No overdubbing, 35 takes, digital processing...just his fingers, his Ibanez, and a 12" Mesa Boogie and digital delay pedal.

Least anyone forget, this is the man who "taught" Steve Vai, Kirk Hammett, and several other notables how to play. That's right, he was their guitar teacher when he was just a studio player, long before people who he'd for many years played studio guitar for convinced him that he HAD to cut an album.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By John Terry on July 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Guitar hero Joe Satriani returns with what might be his best album since "Surfing With The Alien". Now in his late forties, Joe started out teaching guitar with students such as Steve Vai, Kirk Hammett and Charlie Hunter. Vai scored a gig with with David Lee Roth and praised his teacher and the rest is history. "Is There Love In Space" is simple, satisfying Satriani. Free of gimmickry, Joe just burns from start to finish. It's a myth that guitar instrumental albums are just for other guitar players. This is just great rock and roll and belongs in anybody's collection who appreciates an incredibly talented musician. Thanks Joe!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul HItch on November 13, 2004
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Thanks for reading my Review. I am a huge Satriani fan. I have all his albums, and I play guitar myself, both electric & acoustic.
Personally I like the direction that Joe has taken since "Crystal Planet". All his stuff is brilliant in it's own way, and each album unique. Being a guitarist I can appreciate his speed, technique and pure brilliance in creativity & innovation which at times is so incredible it is beyond words.
"Is there love in Space" is not his best album, but by no means is it his worst.
This album is definitley rawer and raunchier than the last couple, with a few exceptions.
The first track "Gnaaah " is a great starter, with terrific solos and a great upbeat sounds. Love this one.
The next two tracks " Up in flames " and "Hands in the air" are typical Satriani fare along the lines of the "Surfin" album.
Then the album gets interesting.
"Lifestyle" yeah he sings on this ones- and yeah his singing is not the best this time- it sounds a little flat. His singing was better " Flying in a blue dream" .
And by the way C. Butigan "COKE08" who reviewed earlier. This is NOT the first time that Joe has sung since " Flying in a Blue Dream" He sang "Crazy " on "Time Machine"- 1993, and " Look my way" on "Joe Satriani"- 1995- and you have all his albums? Can't be much of a fan....
But the song " Lifestyle" is awesome. Brilliant solo- just way too short. I bet when he does this live, the solo will be extended. Some awesome potential for an extended solo here.
" Is there love in Space" the title track is brilliant. (I can imagine the video clip with Joe floating through space playing his guitar ). It does sound wonderfully eerie and haunting. I agree with the reviewer who said it's worth buying the album for this song alone.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pezman on April 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Two years after the his last studio album, "Strange Beautiful Music", Joe's latest studio album has a distinctive fusion of rich and brooding guitar work combined with synth-pop. The result is a mixed bag of futuristic progressive and insturmental rock. To truly appreciate the scope of this album, a second listen is recommended.
The opening track "Gnaahh" breaks new ground with a wonderful mix of Rock and Funk. "Up in Flames" immediately grabs you with its catchy beats and is a sure-fire Joe trademark. The title-track "Is there Love In Space" has a mellow theme reminiscent of songs from his "Flying In A Blue Dream" album. The brooding and heavy "Searching" has some of the album's most incredible technique and Satch fans will love every minute of it.
Other highlights include the radio friendly "If I Could Fly" and the dark and mysterious and haunting "Bamboo."
If you are expecting another "Surfing With the Alien" or "The Extremist", this album will probably not be for you. But if you have an appreciation for the evolving sound of Satch, give this album a spin.
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