Clearbrook Project, Brian Page & Erik O'Dell | Dictators Fall

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Dictators Fall

by Clearbrook Project, Brian Page & Erik O'Dell

Dictators Fall is a combination of hard, dark rock music, with lyrics in spoken word. This song tells the tale of why we, as a planet, should not stand for the tyrannical behavior of those few who are fortunate enough to have, or take, power.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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Clearbrook Project, Brian Page & Erik O'Dell
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This song was conceived when my friend Erik started playing a little "diddy" on his guitar. This rif was created by Erik using his left hand on the frets of the guitar, his right hand on the volume knob of the guitar, and a delay box that holds the signal of the string until he raises the volume to get the effect he is after.

My inspiration for writing the lyrics stemmed from the injustices and tyrannical behavior of the empowered elite around the world. Until this song, I had never written lyrics for a "rap" song but found myself with little say in the matter because I just plain couldn't find a melody to go with the delay part.

Brian Page is playing the drums, doing the rap parts, and doing back up vocals for the chorus'

Erik O'Dell is playing all of the guitar parts, playing all of the bass parts, and doing all the vocal parts of the chorus'


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