Armored Saint - Dropping Like Flies - Solo[source]

    <title>Armored Saint - Dropping Like Flies - Solo</title>
        My recording of the solo from Armored Saint's "Dropping Like Flies"
    <category>Music recording</category>
    <series order="43">2022 music project</series>
    I found an <a href="">Armored Saint</a>
    tab book in a used book store, and it looked amusing enough to buy. I had never
    heard of them before, but they looked pretty hard core and had a song called
    "Reign of Fire", which I hoped inspired the totally metal 
    <a href="">movie of the same name</a>
    featuring Christian Bale and Matthew McConaughey fighting dragons (yes,
    really). But I don't think there's any relation between the two works of art.
    <em>Dropping Like Flies</em> is a decent song with probably the most
    interesting solo(s) from the album. They were kinda fun to learn and
    play. I mostly chose it because I think the singer just wanted to
    have a chorus hook with the line "Sweet as pie" in it.
<glacius:figure glacius:src="dropping-like-flies-solo-book.jpeg" type="image">
        Transcription of the solo from <em>Dropping Like Flies</em> 
        from the 1991 album <em>Symbol of Salvation</em>
    No video for this one. The World Series ate into my music project time
    and frankly, I never played either of these solos the same way twice
    so pantomiming them would've just looked silly. I honestly found them
    kind of awkward and counterintuitive to play. I guess it's just not
    my style.
        Cover of Phil Sandoval's and Jeff Duncan's solos from 
        <em>Dropping Like Flies</em>
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        Screenshot of my 
        <a href="">Ardour</a>/<a href="">Hydrogen</a>