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Return to the City of the Dead by Powerman 5000 (Powerman5000.com)
Tabbed by Crater(Michael Gorman Craterburnsyou@gmail.com)
Off of the Album Destroy What you Enjoy
Standard Tuning, Decent amount of Distortion on both Lead and Rhythm.

Intro
Gtr1:

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-888888888888/11-11--|
-888888888888/11-11--|
-666666666666/9--9---|

Gtr2: Some Fill with

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----8~8~8~8~-|
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Lick 1:
Gtr1: Same As Intro, with some muting in between

Gtr2:

---------------6--------------------|
-6---6-6---6-6---6---6-6---6--------|
---8-----8---------8-----8------6---|
------------------------------8-----|
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------------------------------------|

Chorus 1:
Gtr1: Hit Each Chord 8 times. Repeat 3 times.

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-8-----------------------------------|
-8--8---6---8------------------------|
-6--8---6---8------------------------|
----6---4---6------------------------|

Gtr2: On the second chord of the third time through the Chorus
b= half bends, listen to the track to get it just right.
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--9----8---6---4-----------------------|
-11b--10b--8b--6b----------------------|
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Repeat Lick 1

Chrous 2:

Gtr1: Same as Chorus 1. i believe 5 repeats this time.

Gtr2: on 5th repeate, second chord.
b= half bends, listen to track to get them right
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--9----8---6----------9----8----11----13-------|
-11b--10b--8b--------11b--10b---13b---15b------|
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Riff:

Not sure if this is both guitars or not, or which is doing what, but it can all be played on one.

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-88--------8-------6--88--------6--------------|
-88--6-7-8---6-7-8----88--6-7-8---8-7-6-4-6----|
-66-------------------66--------------------4~-|


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---------------------6------------------------------|
-88--------8-8--------8--88---------6---------------|
-88--6-7-8-----6-7-8-----88---6-7-8---8-7-6-4-6-----|
-66----------------------66---------------------4~~-|

End:
Gt1: This is sorta Muted, and then it unmutes after Gt2's Lick.
First two Chords are struck 8 times, last one 16, repeates several times, ends on last 
letting it ring, then hitting it hard 1 last time.
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4----6----8--------------------------------------|
4----6----8--------------------------------------|
2----4----6--------------------------------------|

Gtr2:Fills with

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--9--7---6~----------|
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Then repeates Lick 1:

---------------6--------------------|
-6---6-6---6-6---6---6-6---6--------|
---8-----8---------8-----8------6---|
------------------------------8-----|
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