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Released July 24, 2008 for Rock Band
Nine Inch Nails 02
3231 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Rock
Album: Year Zero (2007)

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non_zero
This song is mostly talkies followed by a pitch-based chorus. None of the talkies are broken that I can tell.

The lyrics are pretty campy and funny, definitely a good song to just goof around on. It's also a catchy tune.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
Doesn't get started until the chorus, but then goes into some chord strumming, then some interesting little riffs thrown in every now and then. Some of it is stuff I've never seen in any other song, so it's interesting.

I'm gonna go out on a limb here and rate it great because I think it would be a really good full band experience. And it's still pretty good if you're by yourself, you just have to overlook how long it takes for it to start.

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non_zero
The bass isn't just constant strumming, it has a little style to it. It doesn't change much throughout the song but it makes all of the funky sounds that you hear. This song just lets you get into the groove.

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non_zero
Has an above-average tempo on the hi-hat and rides. You basically repeat the same pattern over and over again, but it gets a little more interesting in the last 20 seconds. Probably the worst NIN drum song, but I still had fun with it.

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