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Artist: Mark St. John

Title: Magic Bullet Theory

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Category: Instrumental Wizard

Year: 2003

Label: Loch Ness Monster Records

Catalog Number: LNMRCD1003


Mark St. John All Electric & Acoustic Guitars,Mandolin,5-String Banjo,Bazooka,Balalaika,12 String Classical Guitar,Tenor Guitar
Michael Norton Bass
Dave Goode Drums,Percussion

All tracks are instrumentals


1.  Awol  
2.  Magic Bullet Theory  
3.  Bourbon Street  
4.  Slave Driver  
5.  Utopian Trip  
6.  Communicator  
7.  Baghdad  
8.  Wait No More  
9.  Between The Lines  
10.  The Lone Gunman  

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From: Scandinavia Date: February 18, 2004 at 14:11
Thought he had problems with his hands or something...

From: Tony Date: February 22, 2004 at 3:15
MUCH, much better than White Tiger or his 5 song e.p. he put out a few years ago. One listen and it's pretty obvious he's got chops galore and why Kiss selcted him in the first place. Very fast on the frets without being overindulgent. An odd think about this guy is for all his ranking on heavy metal and Kiss' style of music he himself follows a lot of the same cliches he rips on. Really shoud relax and be comfortable as the great shredder and soloist he is. Worth checking out guitar fans

From: Brian Pate Date: January 5, 2005 at 16:55
Well Mark is Mark. His playing is still as incredible as it was the first time I heard him in his parents garage in Garden Grove. (He taught me how to play Karn Evil 9 on piano from his guitar. One of the best ears in the buisness.) Hope everything is well with you. By the way this CD is great, buy it.

From: Eva Galli Date: August 22, 2009 at 15:14
I have to confess after listening his preview band White Tiger, those songs sound pretty good, catchy melodies n of course the quality of Mark still alive in this album. R.I.P. Mark a genuine guitar hero.

From: sabace Date: November 22, 2012 at 8:21
excellent cd of instrumentals

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