Song Info
Released March 20, 2012 for Rock Band

1357 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: New Wave
Album: Business as Usual (1982)

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Full Band
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On a Hippie Trail, Head Full of Zombie! Poinkish
Yet another surprise Guitar chart from "Men At Work", much like "Overkill" this was another that really took me by surprise. It's a really bouncy guitar chart with short bursts of alt-strummed single notes, 3 note chords, hammer-ons, and chord sustains. It's a simple, yet engaging Guitar riff that'll keep you entertained throughout, plus it makes for a great Voxtar song. While it's nowhere near the caliber of "Overkill's" Guitar chart, it's still a very strong addition to a Guitarists DLC collection.
03.21.12 1:31am 1 Replies | Reply +6 Relevance
Great! Nicolas-1223
This chart is definitely a great one, and one of the more interesting ones in this song. You play 2 different parts: this Australian-sounding one-note riff that goes an octave up, then an octave back down, and then my favorite part of the song: the flute riff! I actually expected this to be charted as a solo, but either way, it's still bouncy and really fun to play.

The only problem I have with it is that it's a tad overtiered in my opinion. A 3 would suffice, as it's not really hard, and the flute bits aren't too tricky.
02.24.13 3:35pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Pretty uninteresting for the most part, but it has its perks Nicolas-1223
It's a pretty uninteresting chart for the majority of the song, but the rolls are really fun to play and not too hard. The beginning roll, of course, and then there's a part where the drums go into a break-down, with rolls every few seconds. Other than that, it's a pretty bland chart with your average hi-hat snare beat to it.
02.24.13 3:35pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Great song but boring bass chart RBAddict666
The bass chart is nothing special. At 4.2 stars it's a bit too overrated. The song starts off well with a nice intro consisting of hammer-ons and chord HOs which somewhat mimics the flute at the start. However, after that, the rest of the song is just single strummed notes throughout with some occassional hammer-ons. If you are only a bass player, I'd pass on this.

I gave the song an extra star for the intro which was fun while it lasted.
03.23.12 8:19pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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