Stoked, thanx for the welcome party. Good to know, I was never the biggest fan of the shred or thrash/speed stuff but I love the guys riffs they always have a groove just like a lot of the LA groups.
Certainly, I must say I fell in love with the unmixed version of that album instantly. Way more of a raw feel like the first album, I feel the record company had a lot to do with his tone being downplayed on that album ( as well as the solos and bridges being cut on certain tunes) but ya never know they may have been trying to reach a more mainstream audience too I guess.
Slaughter would have been rad on that album, but it's cool hearing both guys.
Guitar Screechin' Heart Teasin' n' Hair Teasin!!!