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This is the only known version. A beat loop characterised by quick double kicks opens this track, with deep bass and quiet vocals creating the first verse. Choruses open up with a simpler, clearer drum loop, a different bassline, and strange guitar layering that acts like a strings keyboard patch, creating a large stage for Reznor's loud and echoing vocals. The second chorus is followed by a new distorted guitar riff, which repeats as synth and percussion layers build; these eventually give way to a solitary piano melody, which quietly segues into "[[In Two]]" in a method recalling "[[Lights In The Sky (song)|Lights in the Sky]]" becoming "[[Corona Radiata]]" on ''[[The Slip]]''.
  
 
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Revision as of 22:10, 27 August 2013

"I Would For You"
Album: Hesitation Marks
Length: 4:33
Tempo: 146 BPM
Versions: I Would For You
Live: N/A


"I Would For You" is the eleventh track on the 2013 release Hesitation Marks.

Appearances

  • Hesitation Marks

Versions

I Would For You

This is the only known version. A beat loop characterised by quick double kicks opens this track, with deep bass and quiet vocals creating the first verse. Choruses open up with a simpler, clearer drum loop, a different bassline, and strange guitar layering that acts like a strings keyboard patch, creating a large stage for Reznor's loud and echoing vocals. The second chorus is followed by a new distorted guitar riff, which repeats as synth and percussion layers build; these eventually give way to a solitary piano melody, which quietly segues into "In Two" in a method recalling "Lights in the Sky" becoming "Corona Radiata" on The Slip.

Previous track - "Running" Track 11 from Hesitation Marks Next track - "In Two"