Steve Vai - Flex-Able (1984) 1988 U.S. Pressing With Bonus
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Hard Rock, Progressive Metal, Instrumental Rock | Akashic Records | UR777-2 | 55:06 minutes | 5% WinRar Recovery | Hosted on: FilePost
This is Steve Vai's first as a solo artist, and was created in Stucco Blue, a shed converted into a studio in Vai's old back garden. It is very different from many of his other albums, and is largely influenced by Frank Zappa. Flex-Able is not as based around massive guitar arrangements and shred moments as the rest of his output from the 1990s onwards, with the exception of 'Leftovers' which is a compilation of bonus tracks and remasters from his sessions at 'Stucco Blue'.