Scar tissue can refer to:
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... He also had surgery in the following offseason to remove scar tissue that had built up in his elbow, and early in the 2004 season he had additional surgery to remove scar tissue from ... However, his workout was cut short he returned to Texas, where he had surgery to remove scar tissue on his forearm and was declared out for the season ...
... pain, bleeding, swelling, blowouts, and scar tissue ... stretching can be induced in other piercings by massaging the tissue, playing with the jewelry, and tugging it in small circles ... to cause piercings to migrate and can, especially in ears, lead to a thinning of tissue that is disfiguring or requires reconstructive surgery ...
... Scar Tissue is a music group that emerged from California's electro-industrial scene in 1990 ... Scar Tissue's music has been described as "dark electro" and is generally characterised by dense layers of percussion, ambience, and found sounds ... Most of Scar Tissue's live performances were in California, although they toured the United States three times once as a headliner with opening band Luxt, and twice as the opening band ...
... Frusciante approached the guitar line present in "Scar Tissue" as an attempt to use two notes that are played far apart, but produce a "cool rhythm" ... Frusciante considers "Scar Tissue" to be a "very simple example of the technique, but I think it's a style that sounds like me" ... and "Right on Time"), it leaned towards more melodic riffs (for example, "Scar Tissue" and "Otherside") and focused on songs with implemented structure rather than jams ...
Famous quotes containing the words tissue and/or scar:
“Whether or not his newspaper and a set of senses reduced to five are the main sources of the so-called real life of the so- called average man, one thing is fortunately certain: namely, that the average man himself is but a piece of fiction, a tissue of statistics.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“I could see the thing
with its black head
but there wasnt a tear left
and the scar of my wound
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)