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Best Bassline On Each Album: Roll The Bones


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    • Dreamline
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    • Bravado
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    • Roll The Bones
    • Face Up
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    • Where's My Thing?
    • The Big Wheel
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    • Heresy
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    • Ghost Of A Chance
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    • Neurotica
    • You Bet Your Life
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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

Well, there you go, then! I knew that about Scars, but not Neurotica.

 

:cheers:

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Neurotica is one of my least favorite Rush songs ever, bottom five. Geddy doesn't sound very good on it, the instrumental drags along, and the chorus is a much less enticing rewrite of Def Leppard's Hysteria.
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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

Well, there you go, then! I knew that about Scars, but not Neurotica.

 

:cheers:

I had no idea it was sequenced! I knew Scars was, though.

Neurotica is one of my least favorite Rush songs ever, bottom five. Geddy doesn't sound very good on it, the instrumental drags along, and the chorus is a much less enticing rewrite of Def Leppard's Hysteria.

I've never thought of it that way, but you're absolutely right. It's very similar to Hysteria
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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

Well, there you go, then! I knew that about Scars, but not Neurotica.

 

:cheers:

I had no idea it was sequenced! I knew Scars was, though.

Neurotica is one of my least favorite Rush songs ever, bottom five. Geddy doesn't sound very good on it, the instrumental drags along, and the chorus is a much less enticing rewrite of Def Leppard's Hysteria.

I've never thought of it that way, but you're absolutely right. It's very similar to Hysteria

Geddy's added "Whoah oh ooo oh ooo oh ooo oh..." brings the song waaaaaay down.
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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

Well, there you go, then! I knew that about Scars, but not Neurotica.

 

:cheers:

I had no idea it was sequenced! I knew Scars was, though.

Neurotica is one of my least favorite Rush songs ever, bottom five. Geddy doesn't sound very good on it, the instrumental drags along, and the chorus is a much less enticing rewrite of Def Leppard's Hysteria.

I've never thought of it that way, but you're absolutely right. It's very similar to Hysteria

Geddy's added "Whoah oh ooo oh ooo oh ooo oh..." brings the song waaaaaay down.

 

That part makes Tai Shan sound like Limelight.

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That dude covers eight songs from Bones, but not Neurotica. Must be tricky to play.

 

That's vote-worthy.

Like Scars, Neurotica's bassline was also sequenced. Perhaps that could be why

Well, there you go, then! I knew that about Scars, but not Neurotica.

 

:cheers:

I had no idea it was sequenced! I knew Scars was, though.

Neurotica is one of my least favorite Rush songs ever, bottom five. Geddy doesn't sound very good on it, the instrumental drags along, and the chorus is a much less enticing rewrite of Def Leppard's Hysteria.

I've never thought of it that way, but you're absolutely right. It's very similar to Hysteria

Geddy's added "Whoah oh ooo oh ooo oh ooo oh..." brings the song waaaaaay down.

 

That part makes Tai Shan sound like Limelight.

:lol:
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