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Lowest Common Denominator bass

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Lowest Common Denominator
I don't know any of the guitar parts, just the bass.

Intro:
|-----------9-9-------------------|
|-----------9-9-------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|-0-0---0-0-----0-0-0---0-0-0---0-|

Freakout part:
|---------9-9-9-9---------9-9-9-9-|
|---------8-8-8-8---------8-8-8-8-|
|-0-0-0-0---------0-0-0-0---------|
|---------------------------------|
during this part the guitar plays what sounds like random notes the
first time, and every time after he plays behind the bridge to get
that nasty high pitched noise (you can get a similar sound by 
playing with a slide above the pickups, if your guitar doesn't have
that type of bridge on it).

Verse:
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|---------------------------------------|
|-11-12-0-10-7-------11-12-0-10-7-------|
                       "I'm working on..."

Build-up:
|---------------------------------|
|---------------------------------|
|-------------------------8-8-8-8-|
|-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-6-6-6-6---------|
"puzzled by the math..."

            
            
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