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Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer Gray/Martinie/Mcdono
Arranger Mudvayne
Artist Mudvayne
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Bass Recorded Versions
Catalog # 00690798

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Lost and Found Composed by Gray/Martinie/Mcdono. Arranged by Mudvayne. Performed by Mudvayne. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00690798, UPC: 073999590166)

This songbook matches the 2005 release from these thrash rockers featuring note-for-note transcriptions of Ryan Martinie's bass lines for all 12 tracks, including: Determined · Happy? · IMN · Just · and more. PARENTAL ADVISORY FOR EXPLICIT CONTENT.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL THAT YOU ARE MUDVAYNE GURRG/KUD/MCDONOUGH/  
CHOICES MUDVAYNE AMOROSIA/GRAY/MARTIN  
DETERMINED MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
FALL INTO SLEEP MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
FORGET TO REMEMBER MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
HAPPY MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
IMN MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
JUST MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
PULLING THE STRING MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
PUSHING THROUGH MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
RAIN.SUN.GONE MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  
TV RADIO MUDVAYNE GRAY/MARTINIE/MCDONO  

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