Ok, here is what I like about this song, let me lead off with that, I think I will get less hate mail and buring dog turds thrown at my house this way.
Its a pretty good song, as far as Metal since 1990 goes. Its not going to wow many people as far as a genre-bending classic, but its a good metal song, and really good when you compare it to other crap coming out these days.
Next, the Note Chart, excluding the solo, is actually kinda fun. Its incredibly challenging but still do-able. Nothing too insane here (Its not Snow or Thrasher, but its up there).
My biggest complaint with this song, is the wall of notes that it thrown at you for no good reason in the Solo. If you want to know what its like, its very similar to Ride The Lightening, on Steroids. Not the sissy, HGH-type steriods. I'm talking hardcore, anabolic, Barry Bonds and Marion Jones having kids Steroids. Its probably the "Hardest" solo in the game to this point. Its nothing like Jordan or Through the Fire and the Flames, but its up there.
My biggest problem with a solo like this, is that for 99.8% of Expert Guitarists out there, beating this song is pretty much a crapshoot. Between Luck, knowing your OD, and some Skill, you will beat this song. Otherwise, its going to be a slap in the face, and then it has sex with your mother.
At least with songs like Afterlife and Green Grass and High Tides, those solos are incredibly hard, but also very attainable. You know with the right mix of practice and honing your skills, you could even 95+% those solos. With Constant Motion, its just so incredibly hard, that you know, the only time I'm going to beat this is when I get INCREDIBLY lucky, and thats also going to be the LAST time I play this song.
Sadly, once this one got beat, I KNEW that would be the last time I play this song. So, if you love impossible songs, or want to pay 2 bucks to beat a song once, buy this, otherwise, steer clear my friends.
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