Song Info
Released November 17, 2009 for The Beatles: Rock Band
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
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Album: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

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Full Band
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While practically none of this chart is actually guitar, what you're playing is really interesting and fun. You start off by playing some organ chords, which are pretty simple and repetitive, but then, the solo kicks in, where you play a rapid-scaling crescendo effect that is extremely fun, followed by a mandolin riff (which is the closest thing you play to a guitar in this chart). After that, it's back to the organ chords, and to end it off, another short hammer-on crescendo like earlier.

All in all, a pretty good chart full of good and meh.
08.14.13 10:00pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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This song is not fun at all times on vocals due to instrumental sections that are devoid of any vocals, though the dreamscape and audio themselves help to distract you during the instrumental parts. For those of you that can sit through them and enjoy parts of just listening, this will be a fun DLC song to play/sing, but for those can't, this could somewhat annoying to play on vocals. the vocal phrases aren't too hard and the harmonies are fair in quality. three stars out of five becuase of the devoid spots, but what is there is very fun for those with an open mind and the proper amount of patience.
02.13.12 12:51am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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