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Satellites And Astronauts Bass Tab

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

IN FLAMES - SATELLITES AND ASTRONAUTS (BASS)
From the Album Clayman

Transcribed by: DUFFMAN [inflame81@aol.com]

..  - palm mute          /  - slide up to
 \  - slide down to      ~  - vibrato
 h  - hammer on          b  - bend
 p  - pull off            Suffixes for bend
                          ph - pinch harmonic
                           f - full bend    h - half bend
*  - see comment           r - release      t - tap bend
X  - percussion mute       ~ - vibrato bend
@  - slight palm mute     () - ghost note, sustained note

This is a real cool song, its very fun to play because there is alot
of room to make up your own shit. This is more or less how it was recorded,
with a few personal touches. I really only figured this out a few days ago
so i might update it.


Tune Bass to (C,F,Bb,Eb)

Riff A (Intro and main "mellow part" Riff)
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------7--5--------------------------------------------|
|--0--2--3--5--------------------------------------------------|

NOTE : ( Technically, the bass doesnt come in until the heavy riff,   )
       ( but I think it sounds ok if the bass comes in on the second  )
       ( time of Riff A, with just the guitars.                       )

Riff B.1 (Heavy part, just keep hitting the note in time with the drums)
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Riff B.2
|---------------------------------------------7~---------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------7~-------------7~--5--5--5--5-------------------|
|--0--0--0--0------0--0--0--0----------------------------------|

Riff B.2 (continued)
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--2--2--2--2---3--3--3--3--3(3--------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Riff C.1 ("buy me a trip to the moon....")
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--7-7-7-7-7-7-6-6-6-6-6-6-5-5-5-5-5-5/12-12-12-12-12-12-------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Riff C.2
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--3--3--3--3--2--2--2--2--0-----------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Riff D (Neat little bass fill)
|--------------------------------------------------------------|
|--7--5--------------------------------------------------------|
|--------9--7--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------|

FINAL NOTE:
This is more or less the whole song here; the parts just keep repeating,
so listen to the CD for the order. Other than that, its a cool song to
mess around with, and you can put all kinds of fills in it and it still
sounds good. Once again, if anyone needs any Metallica, new Anthrax,
Overkill or Life of Agony tabs, contact me. I'll also be taking any
requests for the next song to tab, because any In Flames song is a good
one. Email me with any comments, suggestions, new recipes, ect.

 Contact:
  Inflame81@aol.com (please put "Duffman" as the subject of the email)
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