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  1. "War" by Joe Satriani from his 1992 album, "The Extremist". An amazing song, you should definitely check it out.
  2. Unfortunately, I was only 5 years old back in 06/07, so that wouldn't have been possible. But in terms of gear: Guitars: American Fender Stratocaster HSS Custom-made DoubleBFoot knock-off Camps NAC-4 acoustic guitar Bass: Harley Benton PB-50 SB Vintage Series Sound (Guitars & Bass): Digitech RP1000 effects pedal Mad Doctor stutter pedal E-Bow E-Bow Plus Microphones: Tonor BM 700 Shure SM7B (with Millenium IP 3 preamp) Mixer: Behringer Xenyx Q802USB Keyboards & digital instruments: Kawai CA63 Steinberg Groove Agent SE Steinberg HALion Sonic SE
  3. I have recently released an album to honor the album "Chinese Democracy", named "10 Years of Democracy", featuring unreleased tracks "Silkworms", "The General", and fake GNR song "Blood In the Water", after more than a year of recording and re-recording. I hope I can do this often disliked album justice. If you would like to buy or stream the album, here's a smartlink to Spotify, Google Play Music, iTunes, Soundcloud, etc.: https://ampl.ink/7aBRb If you go to Bandcamp at https://aienofficial.bandcamp.com/album/10-years-of-democracy, you can pay what you want. Please let me know what you think of it! P.S. If you listen to the album on YouTube or Soundcloud or download the album on Bandcamp, you can listen to the samples from various movies from the song "Madagascar", in case you're interested. Follow me on Twitter and Instagram! @aienmetal
  4. It was not intended to be screamo, just nu metal. The only thing I'm using is a Digitech RP1000 pedal, simulating an amp. I don't know which one, though.
  5. I'm planning on releasing an album to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of Chinese Democracy. Here's a cover of Shackler's Revenge: