Song Info
Released April 12, 2011 for Rock Band
Fleetwood Mac/Stevie Nicks 01
1702 users have this song ($2)    
222 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Classic Rock
Album: Bella Donna (1981)

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Full Band
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One of the Most Dreadful Guitar Charts Released Lately Santa
There's no easy way to say this, but this song has one of the worst guitar charts ever released for Rock Band. Obviously that is very arguable as there have been some really bad ones before.

Remember "Lucky Denver Mint"? Remember how that song's guitar chart was incredibly annoying? Remember how that song consisted of nothing but constantly strumming various chords? Yeah, well this is worse.

How so? Well for starters, this song is actually more repetitive. At least with LDM there were a lot of chord changes; they were still annoying, but at least you would be changing your finger positions. This track has three notes. Yeah, three notes. Those notes are red, yellow, and orange. You will be holding one of those colors (changing colors on occasion) for the entirety of the song!

There are brief instances throughout the song where you will actually play chords, but this only occur two or three times and only last a second or two. Then it's right back into the constantly strumming notes.

How Harmonix deemed this song worthy of a Pro guitar chart is beyond me. It truly shows that Harmonix plans only to abuse the Pro guitar for the money, and not as an actual educational tool as they suggested months ago (after all, any other song this week would have been more educational than this on Pro guitar).

Would I recommend buying the song for guitar? Hell no! It's a horrible guitar song! I can't speak for the other instruments, but if you play guitar, you should avoid this like the plague. And what about the Pro chart? Well, if you really want to learn this song's guitar, then I would recommend watching a Youtube video of it. Let's face it, you're only going to be learning three frigging notes anyways, so why waste the dollar?
04.12.11 11:01am 3 Replies | Reply +10 Relevance
OUCH!!! RBAddict666
This is undoubtedly the most PAINFUL guitar chart I have ever played. About 99% of the song is alt-strums with only 3 notes used; red, yellow and orange. There are brief occassions where you play some chords but they don't last long and then it's back to the strumming once again. Then at one point you will see some RY alt-strum chords but then it's back to alt-strumming those single notes again with a VERY BRIEF use of the green and red notes near the end.

With more than 2,300 notes and lasting more than 5 minutes this song will leave you with a VERY tired hand.

04.13.11 5:17pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
The yellow O_o tman692
Non. Stop. High hat. Roll.

You've been warned.

Good song though.
04.13.11 4:41am 1 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
1/5 ordealbyfire
It's already been said, but I'll say it again - among the worst songs to play on guitar in Rock Band. The only plus about it is that if you're trying to learn how to alt-strum, this would be a good song to try it on. A great song - Grand Theft Auto IV, anyone? - but it's a chore as well as a bore to play on guitar.
05.24.11 8:36pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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