The deep dark past of Vai.com

This is the forum for all Steve Vai-related discussion including Steve's albums, videos, performances and frequently asked questions.
Petie
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Very first website I ever visited!

http://web.archive.org/web/199610181657 ... w.vai.com/

If that link doesn't work for you, go to http://web.archive.org/web/ and type in www.vai.com - this will bring up a list where you can choose from many many different archives of the site over the years.
Ice9
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Me too! I was at my brother in laws house. He always had the cool toys first. It took forever to load. And when it did, we had to leave. I do not miss dial up!
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now that is old school!

aw the Guitar section is under construction, when will they finish!?



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SRVoodoo
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WOW!!!
What an improvment THIS site is.
Cheers to Mikey! .. and everyone else involved ;)
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Leanne_777
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Me too!!! I still like the old one though :D
seljer
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thats pretty impressive actually. How many bands even had websites in the mid 90s?
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the old interview haha, windows into different times and personalities
i like the postcards alot better heh
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Azyiu
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Man, good times... I still remember that layout, designs and all...
Masi
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Neat...I did'nt have access to the web back then, so this is the first time I saw those pages...thanks for sharing...
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cooooool
Mr.crapo
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fantastic ! back in France at that time, i didn't have access to Internet (french and their Minitel .... awww :twisted: ) . complete vids of ALS are there too ;)
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Wow!

Reading "In The Works " Steve was working on a record Named "Fire Coma" loosley based on a screenplay, that he was working on.

From what I've read, I could see that he would do something in that jenra of the arts.

I'm sure it would be a hit especially with all us Vai fans!

Maybe he put Fire Coma on the back burner to do at a future time.

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miker
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Maybe "Fire Coma" became "Fire Garden" ...yah. Pretty much.

Check it:
http://www.vai.com/AllAboutSteve/stories.html
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Oh My!!! :shock: Wow! thanks for the link. Some real intense reading!

A screen play, hmmmmmm, I wonder who would produce it. Some pretty graphic details, I must say. Steve a multi talent wraped into one! I wonder if he has ever though about doing a " Rock Opera"





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