The Infinite Steve Vai: An Anthology is Steve Vai's compilation album that was released in 2003 (see 2003 in music). This two-disc compilation spans Vai's entire solo career, featuring the best tracks from most of his albums including Fire Garden, Passion and Warfare, Alien Love Secrets and The Ultra Zone. One song is even included from his Whitesnake days ("Kittens Got Claws") and one from his Alcatrazz days ("Lighter Shade of Green"). The songs on the album do not appear chronologically relative to Vai's career.
This album mirrors Joe Satriani's album The Electric Joe Satriani: An Anthology. This is because both artists styles are very distinctive, but similar too, and Joe Satriani was Steve Vai's teacher at one point, which influenced his style.
In March 2011, the album was re-released as part of Sony BMG's The Essential series, named The Essential Steve Vai
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