Unstoppable Momentum – Joe Satriani: Album, Review

Instrumental rock album, Unstoppable momentum by Joe Satriani, released 2013 by Epic records. The album reached No. 42 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and remained on that chart for three weeks, as well as reaching the top 100 in nine other countries.

A thrilling, expansive, creative and extremely well composed album. Seriously, music has never been as good as this album or any other album by Joe for that reason. The sounds are so different from his other albums, more versatile, more out there and in your face. This is a fast paced, feel good album, with highlights such as Shine on American Dreamer, Jumpin in, Three Sheets to the Wind, Can’t go Back and basically every song on the album. Definitely a recommendation for fans and those who like instrumental albums.

Track 10 – The Weight of The World, sounds like an eighties song, or some other feel good movie type composition and really begins to close the album in the most excellent manner. It’s a euphoric, energetic album, so have a listen to one or two songs!

I would talk about this album all day, but honestly let’s just get to the score and final review rating, because that’s why you are here!

My Rating: 4 out of 5

Excellent, clean and easy distinguishable from every other album.

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