All My Best Friends Are Metalheads" taken from the album
As recorded by Less Than Jake. From the 1998 Album HELLO ROCKVIEW). Transcribed by James Godbold. Gtr I (E A D G) - 'Untitled'. W - whole; H - half; Q - quarter; E - 8th; S - 16th; T - 32nd; X - 64th; a - acciaccatura + - note tied to previous;. Multibar rests are notated in the form Wxn, where n is the number of bars to rest for. Low melody durations appear below the staff.
Album Hello Rockview. All My Best Friends Are Metalheads Lyrics. This is a fair request and I promise I will not judge any person only as a teenager, and you will constantly remind yourself that some of my generation judges people by their race, their belief, or the color of their skin, and that this is no more right than saying that all teenagers are drunken dope addicts or glue sniffers. You think its strange, that there's a way Of how you looked, and how you act, and how you think Pretend they're not the same as you You think its strange, that there's a way.
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Album: Hello Rockview Tabbed By: Michael Baker (thecheezail. I was kinda surprised to find that such a cool song by LTJ wasn't here and so I took the opportunity to tab it out as best I could. This is as good as I can get it and it sounds about right. It's not too hard, although there are variations on parts. If you know the song it's not too bad. - the cheez - /. INTRO (0:21) - Half Distortion. Repeat X1
Less Than Jake’s All My Best Friends are Metalheads is taken from their album Hello Rockview featuring Roger Manganelli on bass and vocals. It roars past at a blistering 184bpm and the bass is on pretty much full throttle for the entire track. I recommend you check out a live video of the band playing this track, to see Roger playing this intricate line whilst singing is impressive to say the least. It’s based around the major scale up at 7th fret and played with a pick.