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Audioslave

Revelations

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‘Revelations’ is also a song by power metal band DragonForce. “Revelations” is the second (and, with the departure of Chris Cornell, final) single by Audioslave from their third album Revelations. The song is believed to be about ignorance and its effects on people, its lyrics apparently being a sarcastic imitation of hero-worship. Musically, the song begins with a unique, dreamy, slightly flanged arpeggio that is unusual for Tom Morello. After a repeat, the main riff of the song crashes in accompanied by drums and bass. Tom’s solo once again invokes the toggle switch technique, with one handed tapping in the left hand that creates a hectic array of notes which seem to bounce off each other before entering the closing bridge of the solo, where the whammy pedal is put into... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Your revelations ... Cut me in, I don't want to live without ... Such a shame that I wouldn't know by now

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