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april 29 1992 miami   Sublime











Date: Tue, 08 Apr 1997 21:45:46 -0700

To: guitar@nevada.edu
Subject: Artist: Sublime  Song: April 29, 1992 (Miami)

Artist: Sublime
Song: April 29, 1992 (Miami)
Album: Sublime
Tabbed by: Huey Burnside (Jimmyb.@ix.netcom.com)

Intro Fig. 1 X2
Slight Palm Mute......................................
1-----------------------------------------------------||
2-----------------------------------------------------||
3-----------------------------------------------------||
4-----------------------------------------------------||
5--5-5-5-5---5-3-3-----3--5-5-5-5---5---------3-3-3-3-||
6----------5-------3-5------------5---1-1-1-1---------||

Verse Fig. 2 X4
Slow Upward "Ska" Rythm
Slight Distortion
April 29....        You were sitting....
1--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5-------------------||
2--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-5--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7--||
3--6-6-6-6-6-6-6-6--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7--||
4--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7--||
5------------------------------------||
6------------------------------------||

Bridge Fig. 3 x4
1------------------------||
2------------------------||
3------------------------||
4--------3-5---------3-5-||
5--5-5-5-----5-5-5-5-----||
6------------------------||

Piano Break

Verse Fig 2 X4
Bridge Fig. 3 X2
Fig 4. X4
1--------------------------------------------||
2--------------------------------------------||
3--------------------------------------------||
4--------------------------------------------||
5--5---5-4-3-3-----3--5-5---5--------3-3-3-3-||
6----5---------3-5--------5---1-1-1-1--------||
Piano Break 2
Fig 2. X4
Bridge Fig. 3 X4
4th Time                Slide Down
4------3-5---------3-5------------||
5--5-5-----5-5-5-5-----5/4/3/2/1--||


Date: Thu, 03 Apr 97 13:31:09 -0600
From: Henry Nicholson 
To: Guitar@OLGA.net
Subject: April 26, 1992

April 26, 1992 
             
             by SUBLIME: The most cheerful song about 
                         anarchy, stealing, and arson
                         that ever existed.

intro/verse-
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-4--4--4-2--2---2-4--4--4------2(2)-2-|
-----4-------2h4------4----0000--(h2)-|

Interlude, part 1-
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------2-------2-------2-------2-|
00002---00002---00002---00002---|

Interlude, part 2-
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4-----4p2-2--2---2-4-----4p2-----2--2-|
----4---------2h4------4-----0000-----|
..reapeat this part once, then take a short rest,
   then cut into the second verse.

Later, during the "Won't you let it burn, let it burn, 
let it burn?" part-
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444444442-200-|

Now, wasn't that fun? Good.


"They said it was for the black man, they said it was for 
the Mexican, and not for the white man. But if you look in
the streets, it wasn't about Rodney King. It's this fucked
up situation and these fucked up police. It's about comin'
up, and stayin' on top and screamin' 1-8-7 on a motherfuckin'
cop." -Bradlee Nowell (RIP), from "April 26, 1992"






                                    -Poodgie








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