Suicide Note (song)
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|from the album |
|Released||May 22, 1996|
|Length||4:44 (Pt. I)|
4:19 (Pt. II)9:03 (full song)
"Suicide Note" is a two-part song by the American
"Suicide Note Pt. I" features 12-string acoustic guitars, keyboards, and bass drum beats in the style of a heartbeat. Dimebag Darrell told
The song breaks into "Suicide Note Pt. II", which in stark contrast to Pt. I, is a fast-tempo song featuring low tunings, screamed vocals throughout, and a breakdown at its climax. The main riff in Pt. II features extensive use of the Digitech Whammy effects pedal which is used throughout most of the song including the chaotic solo.
Pt. I was omitted from the original vinyl pressing of The Great Southern Trendkill in 1996. It was however included on a limited edition 24 bit audiophile pressing in 2012.