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-/
/ The following is the author's own interpretation of the song, to be used  /
/ for private use and studying                                             /
/-------------------------------------------------------------------------/
                            SLAYER - SEX, MURDER, ART  
                        From the Album DIVINE INTERVENTION 
                         Copyright 1995 AMERICAN RECORDS
                      
                           Version 1.0 - October 1998

Transcription By: Mike Kimball

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.  - 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

Tuning: Eb(Eb,Ab,Db,Gb,Bb,Eb)


Fig. 1
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|----------5-------7---6---5--------------------------
|--4-6-7-4---7-4-6---6---6---7-6-5--------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
	Play four times.

Fig. 2
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|----------1-------3---2---1--------------------------
|--0-2-3-0---3-0-2---2---2---3-2-1--------------------
	Play four times; on fourth time hold last note.

Fig. 3
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------4p3-----------------
|--3-33334p3333333336p333334p33333---336p333334p33333-
   |__||___||__||__||___||___||__||___||___||___||__|

                  I & III     II
|----------------|-------    |-------
|----------------|-------    |-------
|----------------|-------    |-------
|----------------|5---4--    |6---5--
|----------------|3---4--    |6---5--
|--33334p3333333-|-------    |-------
   |__||___||__|
		Play sequence three times with corresponding chord 
		changes; then fourth sequence in full--

fourth sequence
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------4p3-----------------
|--3-33334p3333333336p333334p33333---336p333334p33333-
   |__||___||__||__||___||___||__||___||___||___||__|

|--------------------
|--------------------
|--------------------
|------6---5---5---4-
|------6---5---3---4-
|--3333--------------
                   End Fig. 3

Fig. 4
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|--1-1111114p11111113p11111112p1111111----------------
   |__||__||___||__||___||__||___||__|

	Play twice; then twice more, a half-step up.
	Note:  Some of the pull-off notes sound like double-stops; use 
your own judgment.

Fig. 5
|---------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------
|---------------------------------------------------
|--3-33333333334p36p34-44444444445p47p45-5555555555-
   |__||__||__||____||__||__||__||____||__||__||__|

|--------------------------
|--------------------------
|--------------------------
|--------------------------
|--------------------------
|--6p58p56-6666666---5---4-
   |____||__||__|
	Play twice, but last time stops on the 6th fret for a power 
chord; then--

|-----------------------
|-----------------------
|-----------------------
|------5----------------
|------5----------------
|--665-3----------------
		End Fig. 5


Second verse is the same as first; Fig. 3.

Second chorus is almost the same as first; Fig.4. (End is a little 
different; use your ears).

Fig. 6
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|-----------------------------------------------------
|------2---5-4---7-6---9-------2---5-4---8-7---10-----
|------2---5-4---7-6---9-------2---5-4---8-7---10-----
|--0-1-0-0-3-2-0-5-4-0-7---0-1-0-0-3-2-0-6-5-0-8------

	This riff lasts through the rest of the song.  It has one 
variation, which uses more of the open E string, but the same chords.  

 Note:  I play all the chords of Fig.6 with the root on the E
string because of the sliding of the last chord in the sequence (B in 
first; C in second), especially the last chord of the song.


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