For The Love Of God- Steve Vai
shredmaster1393
Nov 10 2009, 06:07 AM
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this song seems so emotional and his playing is great, especially some of the techniques he uses. I almost kinda cried during the song. it is when he played with the Holland Metropole Orchestra in 2005.

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Santiago Diaz Ga...
Nov 10 2009, 06:59 AM
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A classic!. I like to hear all the stories around this song

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The time when I felt most moved by this song was when I was listening to the whole "Passion and warfare" album entirely for the first time,

and then you reach "for the love of god" , everything turns so epic and serious, it´s an amazing feeling,

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