A single guitar thrashes out in fiery fury over a thick foundation of bass and drums.
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Live Stratocaster guitar - Lee Fitzsimmons * Live Ibanez 5-string bass - Lee Fitzsimmons * Drums - Lee Fitzsimmons
This rock track is very raw and very simple. The drums and the bass begin the piece by playing a repetitive figure that repeats throughout the entire track. Suddenly, at the beginning of a new eight bar section, a single guitar smashes its way into the groove, playing an overdriven riff on two strings. After this riff is over, the bass and drums continue until the guitar enters several bars later. The piece continues in this fashion until it fades out.
This track is about the simplicity of anger and the basic primal emotions that are derived from it. The guitar represents anger and the periods when it is not playing are moments of rest that allow this violent fire to rejuvenate so that it may burn once again.
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This track is free for personal use. It may be distributed freely and shared with anyone that wishes to listen to it at home, in a vehicle, or on a mobile device. No permission is needed to do this. If this track is desired as music for an internet presentation (such as a book trailer on Youtube or a blog) that will not be displayed anywhere in the mass media, then permission for this type of usage will be granted in exchange for credit and a functioning link to this website. Just contact Lee at the e-mail address below (or on Facebook or Twitter) after the presentation is online and a functioning link to this website is in place, so he can tweet it out and give it a "like"...
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