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dee heringtone/pendulum 7 / Bio

Real/full name:Dee Harrington
Age:N/A Place of origin:United States
Guitars (1988-1989, 1999-2003, 2004-2009, 2011)

Saint - Too Late For Living (Pure Metal) 1988

1. "Too Late for Living" (3:57)
2. "Star Pilot" (3:29)
3. "Accuser" (2:00)
4. "The Rock" (2:50)
5. "On The Street" (3:38)
6. "Returning" (4:48)
7. "The Path" (3:48)
8. "Through the Sky" (3:49)
9. "The War is Over" (3:16)

1988 Too Late for Living Guitars
1999 The Perfect Life (EP) Guitars
2005 Live 05 (Live album) Guitars
2006 The Mark Guitars
2008 Crime Scene Earth Guitars, bass
2010 Crime Scene Earth 2.0 Guitars
Holy Danger
Guitars, Vocals (backing)

1986 One Way Guitars, Vocals (backing
1. "The Spirit" (3:28)
2. "The Vision" (3:58)
3. "Ride to Kill" (3:29)
4. "He Reigns" (4:29)
5. "On and On" (3:13)
6. "The 7th Trumpet" (4:09)
7. "The Mark" (4:20)
8. "Bowls of Wrath" (4:24)
9. "Babylon the Great" (4:09)
10. "Reap the Flesh" (4:20)
11. "Gog and Magog" (4:52)
12. "Alpha & Omega" (5:15)

1. "The Conquest" [instrumental] (1:15)
2. "Half A Times Measure" (6:05)
3. "Terror in the Sky" (5:30)
4. "Everlasting God" (4:23)
5. "Crime Scene Earth" (4:25)
6. "The Judas In Me" (3:35)
7. "Too Many" (5:03)
8. "Invader" (4:15)
9. "Bended Knee" (3:29)
10. "Lost" (4:05)
Employment History
Musician26 Total References
Web References
Saint - Too Late For Living review at Angelic Warlord - Christian Metal Resource
www.angelicwarlord.com, 18 Aug 2012 [cached]
New guitarist Dee Harrington, who replaced the departed John Mahan, proves responsible for the "heavy" and "metal" aspects to the Saint sound.
One of the main reasons being is the number of songwriters in the Saint line-up: Four to be exact in that songwriting contributions are made by Lynch, Harrington and Kramer in addition to former guitarist John Mahan.
The song, as one might imagine, allows Harrington to stand out with his deft lead guitar abilities - blazing, fluid and at times emotional - while also playing up some darker low end undercurrents (there is almost a power metal feel here that brings to mind Sacred Warrior).
Dee Harrington - Guitars
According to the bands website, guitarist ...
www.angelicwarlord.com [cached]
According to the bands website, guitarist Dee Harrington is looking into writing several songs based around the Holocaust....
Richard Lynch and Dee Harrington of SAINT are working on new material and hope to have an album out in the next year or so.Reshredded--Hard Rock Heavy Metal Instrumental Shred Guitar Music!
www.guitarjams.net, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]
Dee Harrington
I record the lead on the first half and Dee Harrington played the lead parts on the second half.
With the help of the likes of Richard Lynch and Dee Harrington of SAINT, PB has put out over 65
Reshredded, it is also worth noting, actually goes under the heading Pastor Brad AND Friends; and nothing could be more fitting when considering the talented guest musicians who make guest appearances on it: Saint guitarist Dee Harrington lends his abilities to three of the albums tracks, his work on the heavy duty "The Conquest" being of particular merit.
The second half to "Tear Down The Walls", on the other hand, features the first appearance of Dee Harrington who furnishes a run of his trademark technical soloing abilities.
After the song breaks for a passage sustained by marching boots and machine gun fire, a driving riff holds sway over the bristling atmosphere until Harrington makes a cameo appearance with a run of furiously played lead guitar. PB takes what is one of the albums heaviest tracks to its conclusion in stylish manner.
An acoustic guitar underlines the airy tones of "A Lighter Side Of Melancholy" its full distance. PB imparts his clean sounding lead work to the songs first half, while Harrington adds his unique touch to the second: the solo he cuts loose with at the 3:23 mark is nothing less than jaw dropping.
"Religious Club" centers around narration taken from a sermon by PB in which he talks about the true meaning of Christian love. The song, backed by an acoustic guitar, breaks at its halfway point for a passage of riveting lead guitar.
Tight sounding guitar harmony supports the first minute of "March To Mordor" before things takes off a snarling upbeat tempo. PB proceeds to cut loose and demonstrate in no uncertain terms why he is a top notch talent on lead guitar.
Richard Lynch and Dee Harrington of Saint fame appear on this recording too.
On this album Pastor Brad has cool guestplayers like Richard Lynch and Dee Harrington from Saint, Jon Hooper (Unforsaken), Andy England, David Jacob and several others.
Rich and Dee from SAINT, Jon, Joe, David and Andy---they're all great brothers and just insane musicians.
Saint - The Mark review at Angelic Warlord - Christian Metal Resource
www.angelicwarlord.com, 18 Aug 2012 [cached]
Dee Harrington represents my favorite Saint guitarist. Yes, John Mahan, appearing on the first two Saint albums, and Jerry Johnson, debuting on In The Battle, are very talented, but Harrington is a special musician.
Dee Harrington - Guitars
Saint - Crime Scene Earth review at Angelic Warlord - Christian Metal Resource
www.angelicwarlord.com, 30 June 2010 [cached]
Produced By: Richard Lynch & Dee Harrington
This leaves Saint with a VERY talented guitar team when factoring in the contributions of holdover Dee Harrington.
Dee Harrington - Guitars & Bass

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dee heringtone
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Rock / ballad / Sequester rock

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Eugene, OR

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