Song Info
Released June 12, 2012 for Rock Band

1140 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Alternative
Album: Make Yourself (1999)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Drive (Guitar Hero)
Drive (Rocksmith)
Drive (Guitar Hero Live)
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A familiar song, but is it easy? moopuns
I should say, being an Incubus fan, this is a too familiar song to me. I try not to be biased here, but this song has a laid back feel with a strict vocal track. Even the come-down at the end of the chorus is, however floaty it sounds, charted very tightly. If you're used to the song, this should be no problem, but if you're new you may have some trouble with this song.

The harmony oart give a great addition. Though it may only be a two-part, it still feels like the harmony is tight.
Through its strict-ness, however, it is a very strong addition. Just be prepared to sing it right.
06.14.12 3:29pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
A nice chilled bassline Poinkish
Much like the Guitar chart, the bassline for "Drive" has a nice laid-back feel to it, but instead emphasizes on slow and steady movement up and down the fretboard having you playing a series of slow sustains and spaced out single notes at first, followed by a really fun series of steadily strummed bass notes, and some slow hammer-on patterns thrown in in-between too. While it doesn't sound like much, playing it is a different matter. You get into the groove and it flows really well. One of the better slower bass songs in the game in my opinion. And a good wind down song after playing some of the "busier" bass songs in the game!
06.12.12 12:04pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Best Incubus song on Guitar! Poinkish
Gotta say, this took me by surprise when I played it. Incubus 01 left a bit of a sour taste behind for me on Guitar. Nothing really stood out in that pack. But "Drive" is a fun little ditty on Guitar with it's mixture of 3 note, and 2 note chords with strummed single notes thrown in between. You'll be switching between these 3 types of notes throughout the songs 4 minute running time and it flows quite naturally, with it's short bursts of steady strumming that allows your hand to bounce up and down the fretboard comfortably, there's even a nice little sustain-laden solo to give you a bit of time to wind down towards the end.

A strong Guitar song for such a lonely DLC week, and I'd recommend it.
06.12.12 12:04pm 3 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Not very diverse, linear Madotsuki
Its not surprising that this song isn't anything special on drums. Its very linear, without many changes, and thats pretty clear when listening to the actual song.

For the majority of this song, you're playing over the hi-hat at a simple rhythm, with an inconsistent kick here and there, but nothing too tricky, and this pattern doesn't really change at all for the choruses.

The only real trick in this song is a fast roll that pops up every once in awhile, usually after the choruses.

Overall, this song isn't very diverse, theres very few changes in the chart and nothing that would really cause you to break your FC besides the uncommon rolls. But at least your consistently playing for the majority of the song.
Not recommended for drummers, unless you really like the song.
07.30.12 9:09pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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