Farther Than The Sun

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  • This song finds Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti taking back-to-back leads on their respective guitars. Tremonti told MusicRadar.com: "I tracked my lead first, and I didn't hear what Myles did until I went in to do my vocals. Needless to say, I was blown away. Myles is always very soulful with his bends and the emotion he puts into his guitar playing. His vibrato and phrasing are always pretty impressive. On a few places, he really went for the shred."

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