Song Info
Released September 4, 2012 for Rock Band
Linkin Park 02
993 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Nu-Metal
Album: Meteora (2003)

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Full Band
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bass is even worse than guitar GoldAnthro
red sustain, blue sustain, yellow sustain, quick 20 second break, repeat. for the first half of the song, with the sustains eventually spreading over all 5 color frets for the second half of the song. avoid on bass on all costs if possible.
09.19.12 10:02pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Worst of Both Worlds Dr Sardonicus
When they announced the Linkin Park pack, Breaking the Habit was the song I was looking the most forward to. Not because the guitar would be great, but because it was the best song in the pack. Sadly, the guitar chart, in my opinion, is lacking.

The main problem is that it's the worst combination for a Rock Band chart; repetitive and hard. You play one pattern for the verse, and one for the chorus. In the verse, you play a relatively fast pattern involving the green and yellow notes, with high notes played on orange, followed by the same pattern with the high note on blue. It's very repetitive, but also hard, meaning that you can't just drift off. You have to focus on the chart, which kills it.

After this is the chorus, which consists of the red, blue and orange notes going up the fretboard, played with sustains followed by a single note before moving up. You also play this a lot. In short, this is not a great guitar song, and if you just play guitar, avoid this song. It's not the worst, but I can't call it good, so it gets a 2.
09.15.12 9:52pm 1 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
TheDescent
Great song for vocals. It's nothing too difficult, and the harmonies have exactly the same notes, just in different octaves, but still, it doesn't have empty parts, and doesn't give you too much rest, making it really fun.
09.07.12 8:53am 2 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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