Song Info
Released August 23, 2011 for Rock Band
Incubus 01
1210 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Alternative
Album: If Not Now, When? (2011)

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Full Band
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My least favourite song in the pack, ends up being the best Poinkish
Go figure eh? It's actually a really interesting chart, the main bulk of the song consists of long strings of hammer-ons that travel all over the fretboard with chords thrown in, in between, which are really fun to play. And then during the main chorus, you get a long stream of really fast strummed notes that'll keep you on your feet to say the least. It's the best overall song and makes what would've been a pretty average, run of the mill modern artist pack that little bit better.
08.23.11 3:18pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
If Bassists want to pick an Incubus song, pick this one AeonFrodo
Being such a big Incubus fan, I have to review the songs. This song stood out as the best one to get for Bass.

Why is this the case? It does have an element of difficulty to it, especially stretching your hand from doing a fast hammer-on to slow hammer-ons across the five button fretboard during the verses. Although there are gaps in the verse, you only have to wait for five seconds until you see that pattern again (as personally I think the other reviewer exaggerated how long the gaps are). Personally, this is where the song is undertiered, and Adolescents could've been pushed to a tier 2 in bass.

The chorus is probably the easiest part of the song, where you could easily strum everything there.

The bridge is also pretty simple too, but throw in the occasional hammer-ons and pull-offs to keep your eye on the chart.

This song also has re-playability value if the player wants to get a high score or gold stars. The Overdrive notes are pretty spread out across the song, and the player may easily be fooled into not getting an incredibly high score.

So, if you're a bass player, and if you're not a big Incubus fan as I am but still like them, then get this song.
08.24.11 2:56am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Guitar good, bass? Rubbish. Poinkish
On the opposite end of the spectrum is the bass chart. Lots of long gaps in this song, with barely anything going on when you do get to play, there's a fun G,R,Y,0 hammer-on between the gaps that you get to hit, but not a terrible lot happens until you get to the last minute and a half which is just a lot of steady single note strumming. Pretty rubbish overall. At least it's not as bad as "Pour Some Sugar On Me (Live)" on Bass.
08.23.11 3:21pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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