Metropolis

(Kilbey / Willson-Piper / Koppes / Ploog)

Taken from Shadow Cabinet

Verse:E A9 Bsus4/E (rpt)

Chorus:C#m7 F#m A E

Bridge: A C#m F#m C#m A C#m A E

Monday Morning

(Kilbey / Willson-Piper / Koppes / Ploog)

Transcribed by Mick Anderson

    d   d e f# c#   c# d e b   b c# d c#   c# d e

    d   d e f# c#   c# d e b   b c# d c# d e   d e

     D    A          G             A
    Beyond this city, and evening dust

      D       A        G            A
    Dreams and thunder, rattle the rust

        Em7                    A
    You had an idea, that you won't have again
    She's forgotten your name, now it's nearly the same
    Started with ash, but end with a flame

   G
    Burning you, turning you

      D      A           G              A
    There was a lifetime, spent in the sun

     D      A           G            A
    Hundreds of chances, blew every one

     D         A           G                   A
    Dice rolled double six, double six double six

     D   A           G                  A
    Owner of trouble, flesh blood and bricks

        Em7                    A
    You had an idea, that you won't have again
    She's forgotten your name, now it's nearly the same
    Started with ash, but end with a flame

   G
    Turning you, burning you

    F#m       Em7    F#m                         Em7
    Oh monday morning,  the cracks become quite clear

    F#m       Em7     G
    Oh monday morning, take me back, leave me here

    d   d e f# c#   c# d e b   b c# d c#   c# d e

    d   d e f# c#   c# d e b   b c# d c# d e   d e

     D    A          G             A
    Beyond this city, and evening dust

      D       A        G            A
    Dreams and thunder, rattle the rust

        Em7                    A
    You had an idea, that you won't have again
    She's forgotten your name, now it's nearly the same
    Started with ash, but end with a flame

   G                            D
    Burning you, turning you around


    
    
Here's a short on taken from Shadow Cabinet:

  D A G A (x2) Em A (x3) G

  Last bit: Bm7 A Bm7 G Bm7 Em G

Russian Autumn Heart

(Willson-Piper / Kilbey / Koppes / Ploog)

Taken from Shadow Cabinet

A G D (rpt)

Bm G (x2) C G

Essence

(Kilbey / Willson-Piper / Koppes / Ploog)

Taken from Shadow Cabinet

Verse: A

Chorus: C9 Bm7 C Bb

Middle: Eb A

Laughing

(Kilbey / Willson-Piper / Koppes / Ploog)

Taken from Shadow Cabinet

Verse: D G F#m G

Chorus: C F

Bridge: A5 Dm (I understood before I knew)

Grind

(Kilbey / Willson-Piper / Koppes / Ploog)

Result of transcriptions by Jens Berke and Scott Jobson

The intro is Dm picked in the following way

---1---0---1---3-1-
----3---3---3------
--2---2---2---2----
-0---0---0---0-----
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Verse:

From Scott:

verses: Dm Dm/C A#maj7 Am
choruses: Gm Am A# C

if you are playing this song by yourself (as so many of us bedroom
performers do) you might want to play the full chords as listed for the
chorus. for the pedants,  you will notice that on the recording, these
are played as simple power chords.

Dm     xx0231
Dm/C   x30231
A#maj7 x13231 or x1323x (if yr lazy like me)
Am     x02210

Brian also suggests playing Asus4 for the first two beats of the Am
chord...and it works for me, so here's the chord along with my thanks
to Brian for the corrections.

Asus4  x02230

Jens has a similar suggestion for the verse:

Dm           [xx0231]
Dm4          [xx0233]
Dsus2/A#     [x10230]
A7sus4       [x02030]
Cadd9        [x32030]

Dm        Dm4   Cadd9          Dsus2/A#
The wine in your hand is worth
        A7sus4  Cadd9
two at the bar

And so on. It sounds much better if you do some picking with these chords.

Chorus:

Gm (full chord) 355333 or G5 (power chord)  355xxx
Am (full chord) x02210 or A5 (power chord)  x022xx
A# (full chord) x13331 or A#5 (power chord) x13300
C  (full chord) x32010 or C5 (power chord)  x355xx

LEAD RIFF

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SOLO

this solo isn't too hard, just alot of work to transcribe, so just
try noodling around in the key of D minor... Marty seems to use
alot of descending runs in this solo (which also features a delay,
or echo, effect throughout).