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What's your favourite guitar solo in the trilogy?

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Well, there are a lot of good solos along the trilogy, but if you have to choose one, what would be?

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In technical terms, Dirty Rotten Bastards. In terms of just being awesome, Stay The Night.

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Makeout Party & Wow That's Loud

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Dirty Rotten Bastards and Wow! That's Loud are the greatest.

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Tie between Wow! That's Loud and Dirty Rotten Bastards.

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Troublemaker,Wild One and The Forgotten

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Fuck Time hands down

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Dirty Rotten Bastards/Makeout Party

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Troublemaker, Dirty Rotten Bastards, Wild One.

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In terms of difficulty, Dirty Rotten Bastards. My favorite.....i cant choose just one. I'm gonna go with Wild One. It just fits the slower tempo so well and still adds flavor! there is no "bad" solo though. Each one is great!

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one of each album:

loss of control

makeout party

dirty rotten bastards

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trouble maker and wild one are part of my top ones but its hard to choose DEY ALL SOO GNARLY

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Easily Troublemaker.

shit's groovy.

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Makeout Party and Dirty Rotten Bastards. Though the solo in The Forgotten is a really great addition.

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Though it isn't very long, the solo in Stray Heart is cracking!

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Inn terms of just sounding awesome the lead breaks in Stray Heart and X-Kid are wonderful. Not technically solos in the same sense as Fuck Time or Troublemaker though.

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troublemaker and lyg

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Let Yourself Go and Dirty Rotten Bastards

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Troublemaker, WOW! That's Loud, Dirty Rotten Bastards

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Oh Love!

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I thought Kill The DJ was quite a good one. Its coherent to the song and that clean guitar.

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So many good ones. Lately I've been loving Amanda. Such cool neck slides

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Dirty Rotten Bastards all the way.

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Troublemaker, Wild One and Dirty Rotten Bastards

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Wild One #UnpopularOpinion

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