I bought the latest Oz Noy album earlier this week and I've listened to it several times and, overall, I like about 95% of it. The 5% I don't like is the part in seemingly every song where, for several bars, he just rips off these long runs of outside playing that, while technically impressive, sound like chaos and nonsense. 99% of the song has a great groove and tasty playing, only to be interrupted by skronk and noise that comes out of left field and seems entirely out of place. I admit that it's a small thing and entirely personal, but I find it annoying and distracting and I have never understood the appeal of such playing. Can someone clue me in on the purpose or appeal of this sort of thing? I'm more than willing to be corrected if I'm just some ignorant dilettante who has no idea what he's talking about.