Call It Sleep (5:06)

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  • lukasz_pulawski

    one of his best compositions

    12 Nov 2012 Reply
  • gdcman

    I have a bootleg double album from a gig he did in San Diego in support of this tour. A must for any Vai fan. His "Fuck Yourself" song is hilarious.

    20 Jul 2012 Reply
  • gdcman

    Stu is on this CD as well. It's an aquired taste, but pure genius.

    28 Apr 2011 Reply
  • espycare

    Back when Steve was finding his sound, much more interesting playing on this album then his later stuff.

    15 Apr 2010 Reply
  • Mawapako5150

    I think the confusion is a play on semantics to create logical premises falsely. What really happened here was a practical joke on Steve. One day while recording, Steve and the guys smoked too much weed...Steve passed they super-glued his knuckles together, then smeared peanut butter into the frets of his guitar, and hypnotized Steve to play in his state of dilerium. Laughing so hard, they joked and said "let's call it sleep". Somehow the piece was recorded. It was deleted, however, it remained in the 'recycle bin' until a transient cyber bum stumbled upon it. The piece made it's way up the ranks of the black market landing in the hands of junkie sufian777 pictured down below. He somehow uploaded Steve's mishap to the scobbler as revenge and sabotage for the earlier recorded piece "Love Secrets" which was coincidentally a reflection of Sufian's Gay affair with ahab666, pictured right below. This is the story how this crappy tune made its way onto, sorry !

    28 Jul 2009 Reply
  • ahab666

    hmmm - steve's great - but i still have a problem with that malmsteen character listetd as similar artist - that's BS .

    4 Jul 2009 Reply
  • rodperezto

    don't call it death,...

    26 May 2009 Reply
  • austisrocker

    What a boy, is he?

    27 Aug 2008 Reply
  • sufian777

    mmm sleep

    21 Mar 2008 Reply

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