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Released March 22, 2010 for Rock Band

451 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Alternative
Album: A Little Faster (2009)
Author: RockGamer

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The song isn't that fast. Saccian
I have always wanted to review this song as I feel it is a hidden gem amongst the songs in the Rock Band Network. Most of the songs that Harmonix has recommended aren't to my tastes but I really enjoy playing this one.

The song itself can be best described as having an upbeat alternative rock style to it. The vocalist of this band really reminds me of the singer, Chris Brown from Trapt. To be honest, this song would fit perfectly on Trapts debut album, so any fans of Trapt would probably like this song. I enjoy playing this song on both vocals and drums as well but this is a guitar review of the song so I won't say anymore on that topic.

The charting for this song is pretty simple on guitar. It is only a moderate rating but I find it entertaining to play. The verses consist mostly of chords and a few simple lead guitar riffs and the chorus is just steady chord strumming with slow changes. There is no guitar solo although there is small bridge after the second chorus that is similar to the intro lead guitar riff. For the average expert level player, there isn't much that should cause any difficulty. There is one part with quick chord strumming but that is about it as far as tricky parts.

At the time of this review, only about 2500 scores have been registered for this song on Keldon's site for all systems. I would encourage anyone who hasn't heard it to at least check it out on YouTube to see what you think. If you are looking for a challenge on guitar, this song won't really give you one but if you like the song itself then I think that this is an excellent pick up.

My rating for this song gets a boost because I have fun while playing it. I think it is a lot of fun for a Moderate Tier song.
08.07.10 11:29am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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