Black Utopia is the third solo album by keyboard player Derek Sherinian. In addition to the returning members Zakk Wylde, Simon Phillips and Steve Lukather, three new musicians joined Sherinian: bass guitarist Billy Sheehan and guitarists Yngwie Malmsteen – with whom Sherinian had toured in 2001 – and Al Di Meola.
Black Utopia is a music studio album recording by DEREK SHERINIAN (Jazz ive Rock) released in 2003 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Black Utopia Armoury Records 2014. Black Utopia by Derek Sherinian (2013-05-04) Armoury Records. Sort: Recent best-seller Results cached. DEREK SHERINIAN BLACK UTOPIA 10tracks Album Music CDs Japan USED.
Derek Sherinian – Black Utopia. Label: Inside Out Music – IOMCD 124. Format: CD, Album. Licensed From – Derek Sherinian.
Album · 2003 · 9 Songs. Derek Sherinian, Zakk Wylde & Billy Sheehan.
Artists Derek Sherinian Black Utopia. Black Utopia Derek Sherinian. This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Black Utopia. BPM Profile Black Utopia. Album starts at 89BPM, ends at 120BPM (+31), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Derek Sherinian.
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On this album, Derek Sherinian managed to avoid this, which maintains a good sense of coherency while still featuring many progressive ideas and constructions. But as already mentioned, some of the songs don't seem to go anywhere at all. Stony Days just has the same melody played over and over with solos underneath it. Sweet Lament is pretty much the same all through as well, with keyboards building the spine of the song and some nice, mellow soloing plays over it. It's quite good, but it needs to go somewhere.