Sealine

(The Church)

Transcribed by Brian Smith

Sealine:
Verse: Bm D Em Fmaj7 C G Am (rpt)
Chorus: E D C Bm A G D/F# E (rpt)

Fairly straightforward, but I'm particularly impressed by the chorus' chords 
(that first E is actually an E5 "power chord"first time round on the record, 
with no minor OR major 3rd being played, but acoustically they play it as 
E major). Look at those chords - it's a descending "reverse alphabetical order"
run of chords until the second last one. The bass appears to just play the root
note of each chord, except the second D in the chorus.

Song in Space

(The Church)

Transcribed by Brian Smith

Opening: F#m D
Rest of the Song: A D9 (change on "they SAY..."),
F#m (on "CAN'T spend..") D

(D9 = D with the high E string left open)

You can hear that even while that loooong A chord is being played, that wonderfully 
ragged bass-line keeping popping down to G. Simulate that by lifting two fingers
off the A chord (I think it sounds best when the 3rd and 4th strings are let go,
and the 2nd string's C# remains held).

Stefan Horlitz adds:
Analogically, you can rev up the D9 chord by making it oscillate between D7 and D9. 
Do D7 but leave out the F# on the E-string - just with index and middle & use the 
ring to do the D9. just in case you haven't a second guitarist to play those
wonderfully out-of-metrum high notes.

The Theatre and its Double

(The Church)

Transcribed by Jens Berke

Bm
Em (7th fret)

Telepath

(The Church)

Contributors to this transcription:
Jens Berke 
Brian Smith

This songs uses the same 4 chords all the way through the song:

Bm D D/F# G

Don't You Fall

(The Church)

Transcribed by Jens Berke

Verse:
F Am C E 

Chorus:
Am Em

Nothing Seeker

(The Church)

Transcribed by Stefan Horlitz
Little addition by Jens Berke

OK. This actually works on e-guitar only. this is one of those ultimate textured e guitar songs, and
you will have to improv a little to make it work on acoustic guitar. the main trick is to let ring
and accidentally, randomly hit some of the open strings


intro riff - something like e minor with the F played...you can randomly add the open G, B and e for
a little more chordal blubber.

e------------------------------------------------
b------------------------------------------------
g------------------------------------------------
d-----2---2-------2---2-------2---2------2------2
a-----2---2-------2---2-------2---2------2------2
E---1---1-------1---1-------0---0------0------0--


the stinging, devilish descending riff is very simple:

e--12----10--8--7----5--3--
b--12----10--8--7----5--3--
g---9-----7--5--4----2--0--
d---9-----7--5--4----2--0--
a--------------------------
E--------------------------

if you play solo, why not hit the deep E in between, to fake a bass note, the G also works!

now for the "verses" (this song has no verse-chorus structure), i.e. the singing bits, your best
choice might be the classic power chords. bang bang chugg chugg!! think smells like teen spirit and
play really really angry!!

e-------------------------------------------------------------
b-------------------------------------------------------------
g-------------------------------------------------------------
d--2-2-2-2-2----7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5-9-9-9-9-9----7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5--
a--2-2-2-2-2----7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5-9-9-9-9-9----7-7-7-7-5-5-5-5--
E--0-0-0-0-0----5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3-7-7-7-7-7----5-5-5-5-3-3-3-3--


this is it, enjoy!