Tony Bullard wrote and played the rhythm section, Dave Goode got it from Minusdrums.com, created the drum tracks, and Gary added some leads that could break your heart. GOODE/SKOPICK PROJECT with drummer, Dave Goode from Mahogany Rush.
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Smooth verse, heavy chorus track in style of Linkin Park, Hollywood Undead, Marilyn Manson. Definitely has hook potential with right singer/rapper over it. Re-made by request. Available for lease. Rattlehead remix. Guitars: Paul E. Melwiki.
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Loose translation : Music For People Who Severely Suffer From Homesickness ( SUPER headphones recommended! ) Most important influence - Jimi Hendrix. Standalone piece.
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POST-ROCK : gently fading in, gently fading out. Processed drums, looped and detuned guitar, and sequenced sounds. Songpraise is Russian. Spoken word at the end : American Sermons Radio. SUPER headphones recommended!
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Swampman & The Machine produced this beauty and he allowed me to do some slide work. Quite an honor!!!!!
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Guitar Duet - Sequel to 'Lost In Time' Drums added to the original melody. Lost In Time III coming soon, with lyrics.
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Guitarboy's Instructional DVD at guitarboy.com* Written & Played by Guitarboy. Produced by Baker Scott for Guitarboy Productions
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My cover version performed by 'Public School' formerly 'Avatar'... recognized by the Henry Mancini Association. William Anderson and Craig Massey on keys. Vic Danger bass, Rande Powell drums, and myself on guitars.
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