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  • "Peace Sells," Dave Mustaine, Dave Ellefson, Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover gave the ravenous crowd one heaping help of virtuostic metal for their aural consumption.

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  • James Blood Ulmer has developed an art which is virtuostic and experimental in the great tradition of Jazz, yet retains the emotional authenticity of Rock and Blues.

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  • On the strength of his now virtuostic abilities, Dweezil must surely now rank amongst the best electric guitarists on the planet, and his old boy would be proud I am sure ...

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  • The 'delay' effect serves as the theme as well as the catalyst for some extended range playing and other virtuostic delights.

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  • The Danforth's executive director, French called the exhibit "an amazing, virtuostic display" with a broad appeal.

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  • TJ's virtuostic playing and singing are complemented by a stellar band of Austin veterans who know how to turn out the funk.

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  • Navarro tossed off virtuostic solos effortlessly, sucking down cigarettes while executing some of his most nimble fingerwork, rarely glancing down at his own hands.

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  • Then again, Post-Rock has never been about virtuostic musicianship.

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  • Somehow, frontman Evan Younger's jaunty, self-assured voice manages to hold its own alongside his bandmates 'virtuostic instrumentals, and ties the entire venture together.

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  • "women can be as violent, powerful, angry, aggressive, competitive and virtuostic as men."

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