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Silverchair (Bk/Cd)

Silverchair (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Dale Turner
Arranger Dale Turner
Artist Silverchair
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Signature Licks
Catalog # 00695488
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Silverchair (Bk/Cd) Composed by Dale Turner. Arranged by Dale Turner. Performed by Silverchair. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695488, UPC: 073999645446)

This step-by-step breakdown of the guitar styles and techniques of Daniel John s lets guitarists learn the trademark riffs and solos from 12 hits by this Aus sie grunge trio. Includes tunes from Frogstomp, Freak Show and Neon Ballroom, plus an interview with Johns. Songs: Abuse Me * Dearest Helpless * Emotion Sic kness * Freak * Pure Massacre * Suicidal Dream * Tomorrow * and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ABUSE ME SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
ANA'S SONG (OPEN FIRE) SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
ANTHEM FOR THE YEAR 2000 SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
DEAREST HELPLESS SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
EMOTION SICKNESS SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
FREAK SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
ISRAEL'S SON SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
NO ASSOCIATION SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE TURNER,DALE  
PURE MASSACRE SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE JOHNS/GILLIES  
SLAVE SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
SUICIDAL DREAM SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  
TOMORROW SILVERCHAIR TURNER,DALE  

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