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The song Suicide Solution by Ozzy Osbourne has been a misinterpreted song for many years About the dangers of alcohol Ozzy wrote this after Bon Scott the lead singer for ACDC died as the result of a drinking binge Randy Rhoades guitar sounds Ozzys voice and the lyrics make this song one of the best ever written The song starts with the guitar sliding into a droning almost heavily sedated rhythm The distortion used on the guitar is vintage Randy Rhoades a low grinding ugly sound a good ugly Randy takes liberty with guitar swells at specific times of the song when needed especially after the lyrics make a point about the danger involved in drinking There are parts where one can almost feel the swell as Ozzy speaks about sorrow There are appropriate harmonics strategically put into the ends of each verse The bridge is filled with an ominous sound that leads to the guitar being alone to introduce the last verse There is no solo only the eerie guitar swells and random notes with heavy delay and chorus at the end of the song capturing the feeling of emptiness Ozzy uses his vocal techniques from the very beginning with a vintage style of an almost whining sarcastic style thats made him one of the best At the end of the first verse he changes octaves with the phrase Away tomorrows which echoes out in an empty feeling that is complimented by the feeling of loneliness that alcohol can bring The bridge is filled with scattered laughs groans and words that add to the confusion that is felt by an alcoholic induced time He keeps this pleading way of singing into the very last part of the song where the mesh of vocal sounds bleed together with the guitar Along with the vocals the lyrics add the feeling of hopelessness of someone who has been a slave to alcohol for a long period of
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