Fear (fer), n. [A.S. faer, danger] an unpleasant, often strong emotion cause by anticipation or awareness of danger. Pain (pan), n. [ Gr. Poine, penalty] physical or mental suffering caused by injury, disease, tribulation, etc. (punishment). Love (luv), [A.S. lufu] unselfish, loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another Fear-Pain-Love is Jimmy Caterine's second solo release. It is also a little more indulgent then his 2003 release, Cognition. With tracks like Looking Glass, Prelude To The End Of Time, and the eerie March Of Doom he embraces his youth, these tracks having a sound reminiscent of his days with Hawaii's heavy metal icon Sacred Rite. There are no keyboards or orchestral arrangements to be found on CATERINE: Fear-Pain-Love. It is a guitar album. Credits: Jimmy Dee Caterine- Everything I am the tree and I never get board!! -JDC Fear-Pain-Love, Lost and Found Phoenix, AZ January 20, 2005 -- Rock guitarist, Jimmy Caterine, releases CATERINE: Fear-Pain-Love following the disasters that inundated the world beginning Dec. 26, 2004 which have caused fear and pain to millions but have also caused us to put aside our political differences in a show of love for mankind. Jimmy Dee Caterine is best known as the founder of underground heavy metal outfit from Hawaii, Sacred Rite. In the years since Sacred Rite's demise, Caterine continued playing and recording but spent 2000-2003 recovering from several mishaps, including a severe car accident. Fear-Pain-Love is the guitarists second solo release, even though it was intended to be his first. His original basic tracks for the project were recorded in the mid 90's but in '97, when he prepared to complete the project, the master tapes turned up missing. His reaction to this dilemma caused him to create an altogether different disc, Cognition, which indicates that Caterine has the gift of vision. Freelance writer Michael Popke stated in a review that, 'Caterine's fluid sense of melody and exceptional flair for aural details borders on the miraculous.' Now with the help of modern technology, Jimmy Caterine has been able to piece together rough mixes and whatever could be found on digital audio tape (DAT). He cranked up his 400 watt stack as he emoted and shred out some of his best lead guitar work to bring closure to a project that was envisioned almost 10 years ago. Fear-Pain-Love is it's original title, yet it is given new meaning by the most recent world events. Jimmy Caterine is an idealist and in his world of idealism he hopes that one day the world won't need disasters to bring people together. Caterine himself is noted as saying, 'Hate may sell but love conquers all.'
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