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Okay, this is about very small part of a song you really like, perhaps less than 3 seconds long of a part that you really like.

For instance, I really like in Gimme Shelter when the female vocals sing the part "Rape, Murder.." the last time she says murder her voice cracks. and I just love it. Start of the second syllable "der" it like peaks I guess.

Also the last part of the solo of Buddy Holly by Weezer. Awesome.

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The bridge of "She Looks to Me" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers

The riff that comes in at about 6:08 in "How Many More Times" by Led Zeppelin.
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#4
0:48 of So What by Miles Davis when the high hat makes itself known, but it definitely needs the build up.
#5
In Paul McCartney's Maybe I'm Amazed, the little piano run after the first line of each verse. So awesome
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The end of Pink Floyd's Have a Cigar where it sounds like you're being sucked into a radio basically, or the sound of a blown speaker. Whichever fits better at the time.
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#9
The end of Grim Heart/Black Rose by Converge... Has a massive build up and then just unleashes this breakdown on you with ten or so seconds left of the song. so worth it.
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The solo to Neil Young's Cinnamon Girl...yea it's one note, but has one note ever kicked so much ass? I think not
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Some of my favorites

The intro to Seek and Destroy by Metallica

The last line before the solo in Blackened by Metllica

The intro to Deadman Walking by Mortal Sin

Mille's first scream on Voices of the Dead by Kreator

The intro to Eyes of Wrath and True Believer by Testament

Seriously, almost anything by Testament except from Demonic.
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#12
Half way through The decade of statues by BTBAM where it stops and then goes boom and the music starts again. (3:15)
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At 2:05 of Trampled Underfoot by Led Zeppelin, that break down like deal...**** YEA
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Probably the happiest thing I've ever heard is the start of The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) off of Simon & Garfunkel's greatest hits collection when they do a little "Ooooo" right before they start and crowd responds with "Awww!"

Also I would like to say all of "Heroes" by David Bowie, but keeping with the thread; I love the vocals in the last verses when the reverb on Bowie is huge and he is belting it out with so much emotion and the background vocals finally come in. Oh god it's an eargasm.
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The second to last chorus in Clapton's cover of I Shot the Sheriff, the riff he plays after "but I didn't shoot the deputy" he plays it twice that one time.
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UPON US ALL, A LITTLE RAIN MUST FALL!
-The Rain Song, Led Zeppelin

Words I literally live my life by. The equivalent of "**** happens".
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UPON US ALL, A LITTLE RAIN MUST FALL!
-The Rain Song, Led Zeppelin

Words I literally live my life by. The equivalent of "**** happens".

Truer words haven't been spoken. <3
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Monster Hospital - Metric

Right before the chorus when she yells "I've been bad"
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Quote by DoTheEvolution
Okay, this is about very small part of a song you really like, perhaps less than 3 seconds long of a part that you really like.

For instance, I really like in Gimme Shelter when the female vocals sing the part "Rape, Murder.." the last time she says murder her voice cracks. and I just love it. Start of the second syllable "der" it like peaks I guess.

Also the last part of the solo of Buddy Holly by Weezer. Awesome.

Your turn

I have more when I remember I will post.

That would be one of mine too. Another is in "Black Star" by Malmsteen when there is that ascending run he is doing but one guitar is just playing the single ascending notes and the other is sweeping chords behind it then they meet together after a couple notes/sweeps. It's like 2 seconds but it is so good...
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Also, Duane's solo on In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed from At Fillmore East especially 11:48 - 12:03.

And the guitar/flute solo on Peaches En Regalia by Frank Zappa.
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That would be one of mine too. Another is in "Black Star" by Malmsteen when there is that ascending run he is doing but one guitar is just playing the single ascending notes and the other is sweeping chords behind it then they meet together after a couple notes/sweeps. It's like 2 seconds but it is so good...

What time is it? Like, in the song
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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In Penny Lane by the Beatles the line "The barber shaves another customer" I really like how it sounds when Paul says customer. Kind of like coastamer.
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Oh, in Outlaw Blues by Bob Dylan: the way he delivers the line "I feel just like Jesse James!" is so great. And on the the following track On The Road Again, at the end of each verse Dylan gives his different replies to the line "...and you ask why I don't live here." it's just hilarious. A couple times you can hear him crack a little bit because he's holding back laughter.
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What time is it? Like, in the song

3:01-3:03
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In Little wing the little part that leads down, just before it starts going back up from 5--7 ect. It's where he hammers on from 4-5 on the g string.

and secondly

In Welcome to the Black Parade where it says for the last time, "Carry On!"
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Oh yeah that is pretty good
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there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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The "...there's no love in feeeaaaaaaaaaaaaar!.." Part of pu**** by Tool.
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the epic bass part just at the end of the solo of End of All Hope by Nightwish
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#32
the first chorus of "its been thirteen seconds since you all last SAID" in francis the mute by the mars volta. its just never as good as the first time.
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the first chorus of "its been thirteen seconds since you all last SAID" in francis the mute by the mars volta. its just never as good as the first time.

Song or album?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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Song or album?


It's been a while since I heard it, but that's the song isn't it?
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That part in 'Parabola' by Tool, when it transitions from the slower, lighter part, to the heavier part.
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It's been a while since I heard it, but that's the song isn't it?

yea, the "super secret decoder ring song".

its all a bit much, but ya gotta love it.

oh, and the aborted little guitar solo off that same song.
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Avantasia - The Scarecrow

When Jorn's singing his heavy verse.

Iced Earth - Dante's Inferno

LUCIFER! ANGEL OF LIGHT!

Iced Earth - A Question Of Heaven

Why won't you let me die?

Iced Earth - Come What May

When Matt starts hitting those high notes.

Sonata Arctica - Gravenimage

Silence is a CRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIME!

Ayreon - Dawn Of A Million Souls

When Michael Romeo's solo starts getting heavier

Ayreon - Loser

Devin Townsend's screeches
#38
I really like the bit in Steve Vai's Tender Surrender, at 2:55 to 3:04. it just sounds so awesome to me!
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Quote by Zugunruhe
yea, the "super secret decoder ring song".

its all a bit much, but ya gotta love it.

oh, and the aborted little guitar solo off that same song.


That whole song/album is awesome.

*looks at his vinyl lovingly*

One I remembered. On Tools "Vicarious" end of the intro where you can hear the bell ringing, then BOOM! Riff kicks in!
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


I've got a handle on the fiction.

I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
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*looks at his vinyl lovingly*

oh, damn you. if i was still your pancreas i would totally pull a zenomorph move and snatch that!
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