Song Info
Released October 26, 2010 for Rock Band
Rock Band 3 Import
615 users have this song ($15)    
9 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: New Wave
Album: Images of Sigrid (2008)

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Full Band
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Maybe I'm the only one Oscarvarium
But I actually quite like playing this on guitar. It's fiddly but a fun challenge. It's difficult to combo without being so crazy that you feel like you're just flailing at the frets like in some crazy solos.
05.29.12 1:33pm 1 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Depends on your skill level zyyzyyzyy
Good gosh. This song can throw you off rhythm and kick you off the stage in a hurry. Making matters worse, it gets very repetitive and it's not fun at all for players who aren't already stellar at keys. I don't see where all these positive reviews are coming from, it's constant ascending triplets that will slap you right in the face with its constant tempo changes and confusing patterns that hurt your hands. This song isn't meant for the average player at all, but if you're a good keys player this could be a lot of fun, especially if you're playing keytar.

To be honest, this song is an F for below average keys players and an A+ for above average keys players, so I think a C+ is appropriate.

Grade: C+
Rate: 3/5
Difficulty: 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴
08.03.16 8:16pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Mixed bag that's a bit on the better side zyyzyyzyy
Harmonix decided to not actually chart the bass line for this song (if they did this song would be an easy 1-star), and instead chart a jam instead that isn't really bass. It's pretty fun to play, but it's not fun enough to be repetitive for four straight minutes. The last part of the song is more difficult and a blast to play, but it will definetly stump a lot of players.

Overall, this chart can get repetitive at times, but overall I found it pretty fun to play, though I will say that there are much better bass charts in Rock Band 3, especially of this songs tier (see: Llama, Hey Man Nice Shot, No One Knows, Free Bird, Roundabout, and many more)

Grade: B-
Rate: 4/5
Difficulty: 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴
08.03.16 8:10pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Don't listen to everyone, it's not that hard zyyzyyzyy
I don't really understand what's up with everyone complaining that this song is wildly undertiered on guitar. There's nothing particularly hard about this song on guitar at all, it's just a sea of chords that don't really require your hand moving all over the place. It does require alt-strumming and in many places there's "holes" with no notes between the chords that could cause an overhit, but that's the only thing that was really annoying with this song for me. It might be a bit annoying to gold star or full combo this song because the chordfest may get frustrating at times, but it's absolutely not the behemoth everyone makes it out to be. It's still just a bit overtiered, but it's nothing compared to Fly Like an Eagle or Jerry Was A Racecar Driver.

It's not exactly fun to play, but it's not terrible and I wouldn't mind playing this again. It may hurt your strumming hand if you choose to grind this song, though, so the replay value game is pretty weak.

Grade: C
Rate: 3/5
Difficulty: ⚪️⚪️⚪️⚫️⚫️
08.03.16 8:03pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Pretty good zyyzyyzyy
Not bad for a drum song that gets a lot of hate on most of the other instruments. It starts out with a standard beat but during the chorus the hi hat note is hit every two notes instead of four, which I found to be fun to play for a change. It definetly made the song sound better, if anything.

The second half of the song is a disco beat that goes at a pretty respectable speed. It's a lot of fun to play around with and the fills will make your hands bounce around your kit. It's a bit harder than I expected it to be, but it's probably the best chart to play on this song unless you're a stellar keyboard player.

Grade: B+
Rate: 4/5
Difficulty: ⚪️⚪️⚪️⚪️⚫️
07.22.16 8:01pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Actually very fun, IMO Nicolas-1223
I know this song gets a lot of flack in Rock Band 3, but quite honestly I love it. People complain that this song isn't fun to play, and I can see where they're coming from, but Harmonix has introduced me to this band and I'm very happy about that. I've listened to the entirety of Poni Hoax's debut album and parts of their second and third and I really like what I've heard. Their music is hard to categorize - very erratic electro-rock on some songs, but other songs have more conventional structures. This is definitely an underrated gem on the disc.

But I digress. Despite its devil tier on keys, it's really not as bad as some other songs in its tier ("Roundabout", lord have mercy). I haven't tried legacy keys for it but on pro keys, it's not bad with two hands if you play that way - it's actually very fun and bouncy. As others have said it's mainly sharps and flats that you're playing on. It starts with a single-note melody, then goes into octave-wide chords for the chorus. For the outro, you play these neighboring chords that vary slightly as the outro progresses.
04.21.13 1:05am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
PRO Keys DoofiestDoofz
I know this song on both legacy and PRO, and they're both fun. Neither are worthy of a 5 star.

The legacy chart is way too active and if it's compared to the PRO chart, it just doesn't even make sense.

The PRO key chart, however, it's repetitive throughout the song. This song, I'd love to see someone do this song with one hand and see them get a good score. Almost every note in this song are on the sharp and flat keys. Usually that will trick a lot of people out, but most keys players have a really unorthodox way of playing this song, including myself.

Despite it being so weird to play on the pro keys, it's still crazy fun to play, because it has you bouncing up and down the keyboard without it being as ridiculous as they make it seem

This song, I would give a strong 3 to a weak 4.
05.28.12 1:59pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
PRO Bass DoofiestDoofz
Honestly my least favourite PRO bass song in the game. I love the legacy bass, one of my favourites in the game, but the pro sucks.

Throughout literally the entire song, you're strumming on the first string, and the fourth string on alternating notes. Your fret hand does NOT stop moving up and down the board, even in between measures. The song is just way too active, and if anybody can actually listen to this song without bitching and complaining that "this song sucks on Rock Band," you might be able to notice that the bassline you play on both legacy and pro isn't the actual bassline in the song. The actual bassline is much more basic and boring. You're playing a synth on the bass in this song.

Not much more to say about this song other than the fact it's way too active and it's just not even fun.
05.28.12 1:55pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
PRO Guitar DoofiestDoofz
Giving this song the benefit of the doubt, and giving reviews on all instruments for pro.

The PRO guitar honestly isn't even that bad. It's basically the same notes over and over, but you don't have to move your fret hand at all. It's all strumming challenges, and with how Rock Band is with its strumming on the PRO Guitar, you're bound to do good. Not even lying, you move your hand positioning twice through out the entire song.

The end of the song is actually the same chord over and over, but the only difference is that the low sounding notes are muted strings, the middle is 0-7-7-7-7-7, and the highest is a 0-7-7-9-7-7.

It's MUCH, MUCH more fun on the PRO guitar, even though it's repetitive. It's a GREAT strumming test, a great warmup song.
05.28.12 1:52pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Awkward RBAddict666
This song is very annoying to play on guitar. Not only is it undertiered but the chart is very awkward and horrible to play. The song starts of with some single notes and alt-strum chords and the pattern carries on until the chorus with simple 3-note chords and sustains. After that, the same pattern of annoying notes continues until the chorus once again.
Finally, after that is the most annoying part of the song. All this is, is a really awkward pattern of alt-strum notes and 2/3-note chords. This goes on until the end of the song. The only good thing I can say about this is that the choruses are easy to play. Everything else is just annoying. I just cannot understand how HMX thought this was Tier 2 when that ending surely makes it at least Tier 4.

Rating: 1/5
08.16.11 4:17pm 3 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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