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Artist: DZ Deathrays
Song: Gebbie Street
Album/EP: Brutal Tapes EP (track #2) and Ruined My Life EP (track #6)

http://www.myspace.com/dzdeathrays

Most of this is just synth (especially if you know of DZ Deathrays).

Short bio of DZ Deathrays:
Two lads from Brisbane, Australia (Shane Parsons (vocals+guitar) & Simon
Ridley (drums)) decide to take a minimalistic approach to heavy-ish music.
The duo is based off 3 instruments: Vocals, Guitar and Drums making their
first few songs very simplistic. The vocals consist of shouting and screaming
(to an extent) and guitar often focuses on dirty low sounding riffs (like the
following song Gebbie Street which is almost low enough to sound good on
bass). The first thing relevant is though the band is a duo of 2 guys
(guitar, drums and vocals) there are aditions of other insturments (mainly
synths). This song has featured in many places, but if you are english you
most likely heard this song on a TV advert for Press 81 Premium Cider.


The following song is played on bass but is meant to be ideal for a bassist
to play along to without over-textualisation. Which does mean you can just
jam; however, this is not ideal as it would sound off as the song is made for
a guitarist and drummer only.



Intro (before and during guitar riff):


|2~---2~---2~---2~---|
|--------------------|
|--------------------|
|--------------------| x2



Verse 1:


|2~------------------|
|-----4~---2~---0~---|
|--------------------|
|--------------------| x4


|--------------------|
|--------------------|
|2222----------------|
|-----4444-2222-0000-| x2


|2~------------------|
|-----4~---2~---0~---|
|--------------------|
|--------------------| x2


Rest for 2 bars



Chorus: (121212 are 12th frets)


|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|7~9~-----7~9~-----7~9~-----7~--121212--|
|----7979-----7979-----7979-------------| x2



Verse 2:


|2~------------------|
|-----4~---2~---0~---|
|--------------------|
|--------------------| x2


Rest for 2 bars



Chorus 2: (121212 are 12th frets)


|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|7~9~-----7~9~-----7~9~-----7~--121212--|
|----7979-----7979-----7979-------------| x4

TIP: you can play with the 12s by sliding etc...



Outro:


Rest for 1 bar (guitar solos with a variation of chorus)


|--------------------|
|--------------------|
|2~------------------|
|-----4~---2~---0~---|


|--------------------|
|--------------------|
|2222----------------|
|-----4444-2222-0000-| x4

            
            
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