Passion And Warfare
"Passion And Warfare" is a total guitar album from top to bottom, in which Steve Vai creates brilliant instrumentals of every kind. This 1990 release is so good, it's impossible to pick a highlight -- just listen to the whole CD, start to finish. "Passion And Warfare" contains brilliant compositions, astonishingly deep guitar playing and even examples of Vai's sense of humor. Critics have called this record, "...arguably the richest and best hard rock guitar-virtuoso album of it's time." You be the judge.
|06:02||For The Love Of God||Instrumental|
|05:30||The Audience Is Listening||Vocal|
|03:40||I Would Love To||Instrumental|
|02:57||Greasy Kids Stuff||Vocal|
|01:10||Alien Water Kiss||Instrumental|
|Steve Vai||Guitars, Keyboards, Bass, Arrangement, Production, Engineering, Art Direction|
|Pia Vai||Keyboards on One Chord, Vocals, Production (Not Really)|
|Jamie Firlotte||Boy Vocals|
|Nancy Fagan||Vocals, Hysteria|
|Bob Harris||Keyboards, Vocals|
|Pascal Fillet||Engineering, Vocals|
|Bill Reim||Art Direction|
|Dave Bett||Art Direction|
|Written, arranged and produced by Steve Vai.
Recorded at the Mothership.
Additonal vocals by Farmin' and The Honorable Reverand Something.