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Future Addict

Marty Friedman

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 12th, 2008
Catalog ID:
AVCD-23546
Version desc.:
Japan, enhanced
Label:
Avex Trax
Format:
CD
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1. Barbie 01:00   instrumental
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2. Simple Mystery 03:44  
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3. Tornado of Souls (Megadeth cover) 05:23   Show lyrics
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4. Burn the Ground (Cacophony cover) 04:27  
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5. Where My Fortune Lies (Cacophony cover) 04:45  
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6. Breadline (Megadeth cover) 03:54   Show lyrics
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7. The Pit and the Pendulum (Aloha cover) 05:18  
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8. The Killing Road (Megadeth cover) 04:22   Show lyrics
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9. Static Rain 02:48  
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10. Secret of the Stars (Vixen cover) 04:12  
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11. Massive (Deuce cover) 03:00  
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12. Tears of an Angel 05:17   instrumental
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13. Simple Mystery (Music video) 03:52  
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Band members
Marty Friedman Guitars, Bass (tracks 1, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12), Vocals (backing) (track 5)
Jeremy Colson Vocals (lead), Drums (tracks 1-9, 11)
Guest/Session
Tom Harriman Orchestration (track 12), Conductor (track 12)
Alan Steinberger Orchestration (track 12)
Elizabeth Schall Vocals (backing) (track 4)
Billy Sheehan Bass (tracks 3, 5, 7)
Jeff Loomis Guitars (solo) (track 4)
Tom Azevedo Vocals (backing) (track 2)
Jimmy Amason Guitars (slide) (track 8)
Nicolas Farmakalidis Programming (additional) (track 1), Programming (atmospheric) (track 7)
Tetsu Mukaiyama Drums (track 10)
Ryuichi Nishida Drums (track 12)
Yukiko Takada Piano (track 12)
Stefanie Fife Cello (track 12)
Martha Lippi Cello (track 12)
Mary Anne Steinberger Cello (track 12)
Maurice Grants Cello (track 12)
Shanti Randall Viola (track 12)
Lynn Grants Viola (track 12)
Karie Prescott Viola (track 12)
John Hayhurst Viola (track 12)
Susan Chatman Violin (track 12)
Roberto Cani Violin (track 12)
Rasdan Kurjuman Violin (track 12)
Philip Vaiman Violin (track 12)
Kirstin Fife Violin (track 12)
Josephine Vergara Violin (track 12)
John Wittenberg Violin (track 12)
Haim Strumm Violin (track 12)
Endre Granat Violin (track 12)
Ed Stein Violin (track 12)
Bob Peterson Violin (track 12)
Alan Gruenfeld Violin (track 12)
Masatsugu Shinozaki Chinese Erhu (track 12)
Takeomi Matsuura Audio Manipulation (tracks 7, 11)
Masaki Bass (tracks 2, 4, 10)
Alyssa Pittaluga Voice (track 8)
Miscellaneous staff
Allen Isaacs Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Charlie Pakkari Engineering
Ryosuke Maekawa Engineering
Alyssa Pittaluga Engineering (assistant)
Mike Laza Engineering (assistant), Sequencing (track 8)
Dino Alden Mixing
Yuji Chinone Mastering
Marty Friedman Producer
Hiroshi Inagaki Executive producer
Shigetomo Sugawara Executive producer
Takaaki Henmi Photography
Masa Ito Liner notes (Japanese)
Marty Friedman Guitars, Bass (tracks 1, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12), Vocals (backing) (track 5)
Jeremy Colson Vocals (lead), Drums (tracks 1-9, 11)
Tom Harriman Orchestration (track 12), Conductor (track 12)
Alan Steinberger Orchestration (track 12)
Elizabeth Schall Vocals (backing) (track 4)
Billy Sheehan Bass (tracks 3, 5, 7)
Jeff Loomis Guitars (solo) (track 4)
Tom Azevedo Vocals (backing) (track 2)
Jimmy Amason Guitars (slide) (track 8)
Nicolas Farmakalidis Programming (additional) (track 1), Programming (atmospheric) (track 7)
Tetsu Mukaiyama Drums (track 10)
Ryuichi Nishida Drums (track 12)
Yukiko Takada Piano (track 12)
Stefanie Fife Cello (track 12)
Martha Lippi Cello (track 12)
Mary Anne Steinberger Cello (track 12)
Maurice Grants Cello (track 12)
Shanti Randall Viola (track 12)
Lynn Grants Viola (track 12)
Karie Prescott Viola (track 12)
John Hayhurst Viola (track 12)
Susan Chatman Violin (track 12)
Roberto Cani Violin (track 12)
Rasdan Kurjuman Violin (track 12)
Philip Vaiman Violin (track 12)
Kirstin Fife Violin (track 12)
Josephine Vergara Violin (track 12)
John Wittenberg Violin (track 12)
Haim Strumm Violin (track 12)
Endre Granat Violin (track 12)
Ed Stein Violin (track 12)
Bob Peterson Violin (track 12)
Alan Gruenfeld Violin (track 12)
Masatsugu Shinozaki Chinese Erhu (track 12)
Takeomi Matsuura Audio Manipulation (tracks 7, 11)
Masaki Bass (tracks 2, 4, 10)
Alyssa Pittaluga Voice (track 8)
Allen Isaacs Engineering, Mixing, Producer
Charlie Pakkari Engineering
Ryosuke Maekawa Engineering
Alyssa Pittaluga Engineering (assistant)
Mike Laza Engineering (assistant), Sequencing (track 8)
Dino Alden Mixing
Yuji Chinone Mastering
Marty Friedman Producer
Hiroshi Inagaki Executive producer
Shigetomo Sugawara Executive producer
Takaaki Henmi Photography
Masa Ito Liner notes (Japanese)
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Released as enhanced CD, contains multimedia bonus - music video "Simple Mystery" (filmed in the Los Angeles area in January 2008).

The album is a collection of reworked, reconstructed and completely remade versions of songs spanning Marty's entire career from his first band Deuce to his current J-pop themed metal, including a few songs from his Megadeth years. In addition there are also 3 new songs on the record: "Barbie", "Tears of an Angel" and "Simple Mystery".

Songs written by Marty Friedman (1, 12); Marty Friedman, Jeremy Colson (2, 7, 9, 10); Dave Mustaine, David Ellefson (3); Marty Friedman, Jason Becker, Jeremy Colson (4, 5); Bud Prager, Dave Mustaine, Marty Friedman (6); Dave Mustaine, Marty Friedman, David Ellefson, Nick Menza (8); Tom Gattis, Marty Friedman, Jeremy Colson (11).

Tracks 3, 6, 8 originally recorded by Megadeth ("Rust in Peace", 1990; "Risk", 1999; "Youthanasia", 1994; respectively);
Tracks 4 and 5 originally recorded by Cacophony ("Speed Metal Symphony", 1987);
Track 7 originally recorded by Aloha (Demo, 1982) and later by Hawaii ("One Nation Underground", 1983);
Track 9 originally recorded by Marty Friedman (1st Press "Loudspeaker", 2006);
Track 10 originally recorded by Vixen (Demo, 1981) and later by Hawaii ("One Nation Underground", 1983);
Track 11 originally recorded by Deuce (source unknown).

Recording information:

Recorded at Alden's Gate Studios, San Francisco; Capitol Studios, Hollywood; Pro-Mere Studios, Hollywood; The Boat, Hollywood, all California, USA; Bazoka Studios; Power House; Sound Inn; Sunrise Studios, all Tokyo, Japan
Mastered at Sony Music Studio, Tokyo, Japan

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