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Was listening to Tempt's album this weekend and while the song ''Aamina'' was playing I noticed the singer saying the word ''guitar'' right when the solo starts. Every now and then you'll hear a song where a guitar solo is introduced like that. Another example is ''Relentless Renegades'' by Santa Cruz.

 

I know it's very specific but for some reason I notice it. I have nothing against it I just think it's kind of ''funny''. What are some of the songs you know that share this trait?

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Off the top of my head, "kickstart my heart" (i think).

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Theres a song on the HEAT debut like this.

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Off the top of my head, "kickstart my heart" (i think).

Correction. It's actually Dr. Feelgood.

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Poison's "Talk Dirty To Me".

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The only one that comes immediately to mind is Def Leppard's "Rocket," but it's not before a solo, so it doesn't count.

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The Darkness.... I believe in a thing called love?? maybe

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Aerosmith - What it takes.

I knew there was another one i knew.

Spent all day trying to remember this one.

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Def Leppard's 'Armageddon It' - "C'mon, Steve, geddit ...." ... okay, so it's not quite the same, but it IS right before the solo ....

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Def Leppard's 'Armageddon It' - "C'mon, Steve, geddit ...." ... okay, so it's not quite the same, but it IS right before the solo ....

Was thinking of that too. Also De La Cruz in S.E.X. with ''kick it in the guts, Casey''

 

And Bret Michaels says it AFTER the solo in ''Nothin But A Good Time''

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Kiss - I Stole Your Love

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In the car at work today listening to an asstd. artist sd card of mine and lo and behold on comes Keel - Rock n' Roll Outlaw and good old Ronny lets out a "guitar" just before the solo.

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Theres a song on the HEAT debut like this.

"Never Let Go" I think.

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Here's another one.

Good song too.

 

 

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A classic AC/DC's "Let There Be Rock".

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Another one to add. Solid album from these Croatian guys also.

 

 

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It's so the thick f*cks know when to play otherwise they shred over everything    :D:D:D   

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