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8 thoughts on “ Beethoven Mosh (5th Symphony) - The Great Kat - Beethoven On Speed (CD, Album)

  1. Mar 22,  · Check out Beethoven's 5th Symphony by The Great Kat on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on emexboutabreper.anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.infoinfo3/5(3).
  2. Mar 04,  · Exciter is the fifth studio album by the Canadian speed metal band Exciter, released through the Canadian label Maze Music in The album was re-released in Magnetic Air Records and again by Megaforce Records in with the title O.T.T., which stands for Over the Top.5/5(2).
  3. Billing herself as the "High Priestess of Shred Guitar" and "the Reincarnation of Beethoven," the Great Kat issued her debut album, Worship Me or Die, in 's Beethoven on Speed continued her approach of blending originals with speed metal arrangements of well-known classical pieces.
  4. Guitar virtuoso the Great Kat was born Katherine Thomas in Swindon, England. After her family moved to Long Island, Thomas began studying music, taking up piano at age seven and violin two years later. Thomas won a scholarship to Juilliard and studied classical music, but upon graduating with honors, she took up heavy metal guitar in addition to violin and retooled herself as the Great Kat.
  5. Ms. Kat's ‘Beethoven on Speed’ album elevates furiousness to a would-be world view." - John Rockwell, NY Times. The Great Kat's "BEETHOVEN ON SPEED" is the revolutionary speed metal/Classical album featuring "BEETHOVEN MOSH" Music Video. Warner Music is now releasing the Official Music Video for "Beethoven Mosh" on iTunes Videos and more.
  6. Beethoven on Speed () > Beethoven Mosh The Great Kat. Type: EP Release date: Catalog ID: RR PROMO Label: Roadrunner Records Format: 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM) Reviews: None yet Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; Side A: 1.
  7. "'Beethoven on Speed' showcase The Great Kat's unique mixture of classical compositions and speed-metal madness. Based on the works of her greatest inspiration, Ludwig Van Beethoven (with an addition of one song by Paganini), the record featured over 30 minutes of insanely fast guitar shreds and a powerful message to stimulate the listeners' minds with the metal reincarnation of classical motifs.".
  8. So Beethoven is served on speed immediately with the title-track which provides the essence of the 9th Symphony within 2-min the girl shredding like demented producing a hyper-active speed/thrash "symphony". The man's 5th Symphony is also treated well under the title "Beethoven Mosh" executed under more control, not as frenetic, a really nice.

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