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Notes by Wolf Marshall.

"A Whiter Shade of Pale" by Hagar-Schon. GPM, September, 1984. &
"Black Star" by Yngwie Malmsteen. GPM, March, 1986. & Reprinted in Guitar Classics, Vol. III.
"Cat Scratch Fever" by Ted Nugent. GPM, October, 1984. &
"Captain Nemo" by Michael Schenker. GPM, April, 1985. &
"Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers" by Jeff Beck. GS, September 1991. &
"Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne. GPM, October, 1984. &
"Dee" by Randy Rhoads. GPM, October, 1985. & Reprinted in The Acoustic Classics, Summer, 1988. &
"Don’t Tell Me You Love Me" by Night Ranger. GPM, June, 1984. &
"Flying High Again" by Ozzy Osbourne. GPM, June, 1985. &
"I Don’t Know (Live)" by Ozzy Osbourne/Randy Rhoads. GPM, August, 1987. Reprinted in Guitar Classics XIII: Live!
"Impressions" by Pat Martino. GE, Vol.1 No.4. Winter 1991. &
"Jump" by Van Halen. GPM, April, 1985. & Reprinted in Guitar Classics VI. &
"Knocking At Your Back Door" by Deep Purple. GPM, March, 1986. &
"Looks That Kill" by Motley Crue. GPM, August, 1984. &
"Mediterranean Sundance" by Al Dimeola. GPM, October, 1984. &
"Mr. Crowley" by Ozzy Osbourne. GPM, April, 1986. &
"Panama" by Van Halen. GPM, November, 1984. &
"Road Games" by Allan Holdsworth. GPM, April, 1987. &
"Rock in America" by Night Ranger. GPM, September, 1987.
"Rock ‘n’ Roll Rebel" by Ozzy Osbourne. GPM, February, 1986. &
"Rock You Like a Hurricane" by the Scorpions. GPM, September, 1984. &
"Room 335" by Larry Carlton. GPM, October, 1986.
"Sharp Dressed Man" by ZZ Top. GPM, June, 1986. &
"Shy Boy" by David Lee Roth band. GPM, April, 1987. &
"The Spirit of Radio" by Rush. GPM, July, 1984. &
"Suicide Solution (Live)" by Ozzy Osbourne/Randy Rhoads. GPM, January, 1988.
"Twisted Blues" (partial) by Wes Montgomery. GE, Premier issue.
"When You Close Your Eyes" by Night Ranger. GPM, August, 1985. &

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Premier issue, No.1: Kurt Cobain cover. 12 songs.
"Rock And Roll" (Led Zeppelin), "(Oh) Pretty Woman" (Van Halen), "Man In The Box" (Alice In Chains), "Smells Like teen Spirit" (Nirvana), "Man On The Moon" (R.E.M.), "The Thing That Should Not Be" (Metallica), "Helter Skelter" (The Beatles), "Fire" (Jimi Hendrix), "Smoke On The Water" (Deep Purple), "Tears In Heaven" (Eric Clapton), "Mother" (Danzig), "Come Out And Play" (Offspring)

Issue No.2: Jimi Hendrix cover. 12 songs.
"Wipeout" (The Surfaris), "Born Under A Bad Sign" (Cream), "Mystery Train" (Elvis Presley), "Cinammon Girl" (Neil Young), "Zombie" (Cranberries), "Fall Down" (Toad the Wet Sprocket), "Running From An Angel" (Hootie and the Blowfish), "More Human Than Human" (White Zombie), "Wild Thing" (Jimi Hendrix), "My Generation" (The Who), "Same Old Song And Dance" (Aerosmith), "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" (The Clash)

Issue No.3: Eddie Van Halen cover. 10 songs.
"Aeroplane" (Red Hot Chili Peppers), "Ironic" (Alanis Morissette), "Big Me" (Foo Fighters), "Walk Don’t Run" (The Ventures), "All Over You" (Live), "Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love" (Van Halen), "Satellite" (Dave Matthews Band), "Love Struck Baby" (Stevie Ray Vaughan), "For Whom The Bell Tolls" (Metallica), "Whole Lotta Love" (Led Zeppelin)

Issue No.4: Dimebag Darrell cover. 10 songs.
"Blow Up The Outside World" (Soundgarden), "Firehouse" (Kiss), "I Feel Fine" (The Beatles), "Trippin’ On A Hole In A Paper Heart" (Stone Temple Pilots), "Anarchy In The U.K." (Sex Pistols), "Sad Caper" (Hootie and the Blowfish), "Iron Man" (Black Sabbath), "People Of The Sun" (Rage Agianst the Machine), "Take It Easy" (The Eagles), "Wonderwall" (Oasis)

Issue No.5: Kim Thayil cover. 9 songs.
"Counting Blue Cars" (Dishwalla), "Run-around" (Blues Traveller), "Hero Of The Day" (Metallica), "Shine" (Collective Soul), "Start Me Up" (The Rolling Stones), "Over Now" (Alice In Chains), "Sunshine Of Your Love" (Cream), "Beck’s Bolero" (Jeff Beck), "Glycerine" (Bush)

Issue No.6: Best Riffs Of 1996 cover. 9 songs.
"Open Up Your Eyes" (Tonic), "You Oughta Know" (Alannis Morissette), "Plush" (Stone Temple Pilots), "You Shook Me All Night Long" (AC/DC), "Misirlou" (Dick Dale), "Uncle John’s Band" (Grateful Dead), "Thunder Kiss ‘65" (White Zombie), "Foxy Lady" (Jimi Hendrix), "Dust In The Wind" (Kansas)

Issue No.7, April, 1997: James Hetfield cover. 10 songs.
"I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man" (Muddy Waters), "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (U2), "What I Got" (Sublime), "Unchained" (Van Halen), "The Man Who Sold The World" (Nirvana), "Outshined" (Soundgarden), "Roll With It" (Oasis), "Greedy Fly" (Bush), "No Particular Place To Go" (Chuck Berry), "That Thing You Do!" (The Wonders)

Issue No.8, June 1997: Ace Frehley cover. 10 songs.
"Lakini’s Juice" (Live), "Bleeders" (The Wallflowers), "My Generation" (The Who), "Have You Seen Mary" (Sponge), "Paranoid" (Black Sabbath), "Louie Louie" (The Kingsmen), "A Long December" (Counting Crows), "Sweet Dreams" (Marilyn Manson), "We Will Rock You" (Queen), "Freak" (Silverchair)

Issue No.9, August 1997: Joe Perry-No Doubt-Jimmy Page-Offspring cover. 10 songs.
"Lovefool" (The Cardigans), "Falling In Love (Is Hard On The Knees)" (Aerosmith), "Gone Away" (Offspring), "Blackbird" (The Beatles), "Roxanne" (The Police), "Tired Of Waiting For You" (Green Day), "Disciplined Breakdown" (Collective Soul), "Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You" (Led Zeppelin), "Everyday Is A Winding Road" (Sheryl Crow), "Spiderwebs" (No Doubt)

Issue No.10, October 1997: Eric Clapton-Foo Fighters-Dave Matthews-Jonny Lang-Rage Against the Machine cover. 10 songs.
"Hey Jonny Park!" (Foo Fighters), "Push" (Matchbox 20), "Layla (Unplugged)" (Eric Clapton), "Who Will Save Your Soul" (Jewel), "Born To Be Wild" (Steppenwolf), "Crash Into Me" (Dave Matthews Band), "Vietnow" (Rage Against the Machine), "Crossfire" (Stevie Ray Vaughan), "Attitude" (Sepultura).
*note: "Hero Of The Day" (Metallica) is reprised and appears w/o Performance Notes in this issue. See issue No.5 for matching performance notes.

Issue No.11, December 1997: Live-B.B.King-Megadeth-AC/DC cover. 10 songs.
"Semi-Charmed Life" (Third Eye Blind), "Bitch" (Meredith Brooks), "Back In Black" (AC/DC), "All For You" (Sister Hazel), "My Sharona" (The Knack), "The Thrill Is Gone" (B.B.King), "Villains" (The Verve Pipe), "Looks That Kill" (Motley Crue), "Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)" (Pink Floyd), "Fell On Black Days" (Soundgarden).