Where were you when you first heard "Passion And Warfar

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zappadons
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Surbiton, Surrey 1992.
The_Illusionist
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sitting in front of my dad's stereo in 2000 when he played me "the audience is listening"... changed my life forever!
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sitting at my pc, in september 2005. what an afternoon...
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Haha I think it was in '04. It was like at 2AM so I was just like Wow man...
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I was in heaven to be exact :lol:

But seriously

My friends Dad got the G3(The one in Minneapolis) DVD and I briefly saw Steve Vai and asked what song it was, and he told me it was for the love of god. I immediately was interested, and got the album. I played For the Love of God, and it completely blew my mind. All of the Metallica and metal stuff just dissapeared in an instant. I wanted listen to Steve Vai.
The solo was so powerful to me. The first time I heard the solo was the best Ive ever heard it. I cant get the same experience anymore.
That was also the time I decided to start playing the guitar.
Ive never looked back from Steve, and I know I never will. You always know when youve found something special.
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I was waiting for two weeks waiting for it to come in (because I had to order it) and it finnaly came in and man I went into my room and put my volume up real loud put it in and just did everything u can think about listining to that album. I got this album from a recomendation from my cousin and that album changed my life! STEVE VAI IS THE BEST!
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I have a walkman and i listened passion (from the first time) and warfare when i washed the car of my father !!!!
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