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Project 86 - Another Boredom Movement

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Song:		Another Boredom Movement
Artist:		Project 86
Written By:	Project 86
Album:		Truthless Heroes
Tabbed By:	Shem Reyes (bad_habit_6@hotmail.com)
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When I tabbed this out the guitar was in Drop D and a half step down. 
I'm pretty sure all Project songs are in plain old Drop D.
Just fiddle around w/ it and see what you like best.

Intro:
Listen to the Cd to get how many times to play it ring out the very last
chord for the verse
E----------------------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------5------------
D-0-0-------------/0------0---------0------0--5------------
A-0-0-ring out----/0--55--0--5/6/5--0--55--0--3------------
D-0-0-------------/0------0---------0------0---------------

Chorus
Play four times
E-----------------------------
B-----------------------------
G-----------------------------
D--5555-6666-00--777/8/7------
A--5555-6666-00--xxx/x/x------
D--5555-6666-00--555/6/5------

Chorus 
E-----------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------
D--5555-6666-00--77/----------------------------
A--5555-6666-00--xx/-slide back to the intro----
D--5555-6666-00--55/----------------------------

Interlude
This is almost defintely wrong because this part is impossible to tab out.
Just take what I've given u hear and play around w/ it and you should have
some luck.
E-///////////---//////////---\\\\\\\\------
B-//////////---///////////---\\\\\\\\------
G------------------------------------------
D------------0-------------0---------------
A------------0-------------0---------------
D------------0-------------0---------------
Let loose a few open chords everynow and then and keep rapidly playing
those first two strings

Bridge: 
E-------------------------
B-------------------------
G-------------------------
D-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---------
A-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---------
E-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---------

Back to intro

This song is lots of fun to play. I'm working on "Shelter Me" and
another version of "Little Green Men".
Email me at the addy above and lemme know wutcha think. God Bless  

Comments about this tab

Bind Guitarist - 2004-05-18

I decided to correct my own intro and interlude tab thanks to the other tab and after watching Randy play it live a few more times. The harmonics leading into the main riff are still off though.

Intro
d-00-------------------------0000------------------------0---------------
a-00-rips these really hard--0000------------------------0---------------
D-00-------------------------0000---/12~~~~~~12h13-12h13-0---/12~~~~~~~--

Verse (pick the main part just behind the bridge pick up)
e--<5>-----------------------------------------------------|---------|-------
g----<5>----<5>--------------------------------------------|---------|-------
b------<5>----<5>------------------------------------------|---------|-------
d---------------<5>---0--------0------------0--------0---8-|--888-88-|--8/0--
a---------------------0--------0------------0--------0---8-|--888-88-|--8/0--
D---------------------0--1212--0--12h13p12--0--1212--0---8-|--888-88-|--8/0--
2nd measure

Interlude

This part is still kinda sketchy but this is more or less how Randy plays it live. On the album he used some kind of pitch shifter but he pulls it off live without one. Very,very fast tremolo picking here.

d--0----------------0--------------0--/17^^^^^^^^^--0---
a--0--/15^^^^^^^^^--0--------------0----------------0---
D--0----------------0--/12~~~~~~~--0----------------0---

After that use either a slide, mic stand, monitor or whatever u have nearby(I use my guitar stand) and starting at around the 12th fret slowly slide down the fretboard trem picking the g and d strings. Break with an open power chord every few frets. As you get closer to the pickup slide slower and pick faster. Keep going until you slide over the middle of the neck pickup and your hand is pretty much bursting into flames. Then rip those open chords and finish the song. Hope this helps cuz I know my first tab left this part kinda up in the air. www.Bind7.com


Bind Guitarist - 2004-05-18

I never noticed I didn't put the ending

d-0-0-00-x-0-0-00-8----0-0-00-8\-0-0-00--8-----0-0-00---0-0-0-0----------|
a-0-0-00-x-0-0-00-8-x2-0-0-00 8\-0-0-00--8-----0-0-00---0-0-0-0-ring out-|
D-0-0-00-x-0-0-00-8----0-0-00-8\-0-0-00--8-----0-0-00---0-0-0-0----------|

Thanks to anyone who emailed me about this tab. Check out my band at www.Bind7.com.


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