Jason Sadites | The Learning Curve

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The Learning Curve

by Jason Sadites

Incredible Rock Fusion guitar based music that seamlessly melds numerous genres to create a unique listening experience. Featuring the incredible Marco Minnemann on the drums...
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. Appeal to the Stone
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2. Hopelessly Optimistic
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3. Petitio Principii
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4. All My War Is Done
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5. Vacuous Truth
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6. Tu Quoque
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7. Fallacy
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8. Conspicuous Absence
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9. Fuzzy Math
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10. The Learning Curve
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jason returns with his 6th studio release called 'The Learning Curve'. Through the albums 10 tracks listeners are taken on a musical roller-coaster ride melding everything from heavy-rock, to Latin influenced fusion, to odd-time twists and turns that will keep even the most hard core prog listeners coming back for more. Once again Jason is working with world-renowned drummer Marco Minnemann on all tracks and as usual Marco does not disappoint, turning in incredible performances throughout! Tracks 9 and 10 also feature the amazing bass playing of the incredible Martin Motnik. For fans of music in general, do yourself a favor and get this album without delay!

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