Here is a full set of isolated multitracks for the song “Under Pressure” by Queen. The piano at the start of the song is so simple but catchy to the point where most people can name this song after 1 or 2 bars of music. The intro was so catch Vanilla Ice decided to try and rip it off for his one hit wonder “Ice Ice Baby”.
Under pressure is a 1981 hit written in collaboration with David Bowie who provides vocals on the track. The song topped the UK singles charts and was released on Queen’s 1982 album “Hot Space”. It was performed at every concert since it’s release until the final tour of the band. Enjoy!
Through the fire and the flames is a blistering track by metal band “Dragonforce” made famous by the video game guitar hero. The song showcases unbelievable fretwork from guitarists Herman Li and Sam Totman who really push the boundaries of what is humanly possible on a guitar. Listening to the guitars in isolation really helps you appreciate the speed of their playing. With A LOT of practice this set of isolated multitracks might help you tackle some of these guitar parts. Enjoy!
Here is a full set of isolated multitracks for the track “Seize the Day” by the modern metal band “Avenged Sevenfold”. The track was released in 2005 as the fourth single on their third studio album “City of Evil”.
City of Evil was the bands first album on a major label and what many believe to be a more mainstream release by the band which is evident with a sizable absence of screaming vocals by lead singer M.Shadows. However this allowed the band to exploit there musical creativity and really let’s the guitar mastery of Synyster Gates shine through with the support of Zacky Vengeance.
For those of you looking to learn a few guitar solos, the solo in this song is one of my favorites and it is not overly difficult. Synyster Gates uses a very melodic approach to this solo and really emphasizes that it’s not all about speed and shred. Watching him play it ion top of a coffin in the video clip is also pretty cool! Enjoy…RIP The Rev…
Here is a set of isolated multitracks for the classic rock tune “Thunderstruck” by Australian rockers AC/DC. This is the first track from their 1990 album Razor’s Edge and the song peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream rock tracks. The title of the song was supposedly conjured following a flight carrying guitarist Angus Young was struck by lightning.
Obviously the intro and main lead guitar line played throughout the track is the highlight and being able to listen to this in isolation is valuable and will greatly assist anyone wanting to learn how to play it. Contrary to what many people believe, Angus Young picks every note in the lead as opposed to employing a single hand tapping technique. You will see this if you watch any live videos of this song. The only video that shows Angus Young tapping this Riff is the official music video. Enjoy!
Here is a full set of isolated multitracks for the hit song “The Boys are Back in Town” by Thin Lizzy. If you are a bloke I’m sure you will have great memories of this song. I remember driving down the street with mates belting this tune out as loud as our voices and the car stereo would allow!
“The Boys are Back in Town” was released in 1976 on Thin Lizzy’s album Jailbreak. In 2004 it managed to scrape in at position 499 of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Given Thin Lizzy were an Irish Hard Rock band, the song is played before most Irish rugby matches.
The twin lead guitars by Scott Gorham and Brian Robertson really ad the color to this song and they do a great job of grabbing our attention. It’s good old rock.. done well… Enjoy!
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