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Released May 19, 2010 for Rock Band

131 users have this song ($1)  
Genre: Pop-Rock
Album: FUNdamentals (2005)
Author: ChrisHandy

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Oh boy, here we go m2cks
It seems as though I have finally reached the point in where I want to dive into these more obscure little ditties I have downloaded from RBN. Regarding this song, I just knew, from the goofy cover art to the literal title, I just had to try this song out. The fact that it is only a dollar seals the deal.

I am sure many of us know this song from our respective childhoods. It is a staple for those elementary soundtracks that plays in the car's stereo while your parents tolerate them with a knowing smile. I do not feel much need to discuss the chart of a song that nearly everyone knows from the get-go, but I will mention a few points of interest. For one thing, I noticed that CJ sung the iconic verses with a little bit of a smoother rhythm while I grew up singing the song with more of a bouncy "swing" to the lyrics. Thus, a few phrases caught me a little off-guard on sightread because of the odd lyrical placement. In addition, I was extremely disappointed that the clever little auto-tune part was not charted at all, opting instead for a bland tap section. What a bummer that was to be sitting there tapping away while listening to something new and a little creative to an otherwise standard song. After a while, the song a abruptly shifts up a key, which could potentially surprise some less experienced vocalists. A few repeats later, the song slowly drifts off, eventually ending.

Overall, the song had a few original details to the public domain song, but because the author did not act upon those little flairs of creativity, the song feels painfully short and standard (it is, after all, a bit more than a minute long). But, for what it was, I found some fun singing this song purely on a novelty scale. Try the song out if you are in the mood for a quick, cheap laugh.
07.24.11 7:01pm 5 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
A few years after the fact... Gigakoops
I dare you to play this song in practice mode at 70%-90% speed (or turn background music all the way down).

Major undercharting for teh lulz. This isn't just undercharted. It's like playing Medium on Expert.
12.23.11 7:58am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Bottom of the barrel of the attack of the wrath of the under SlayerIsTheStuff
Oh God, I thought I Can See for Miles was undercharted, but this is worse!!! At least ICSFM had a lot more notes. This song is very slow. There is also a Guitar playing in the background that you would think they would chart, but they don't because potatos. It's also very overtiered. It should be tier 0.

Rating: 1
Tier: 2
10.23.16 5:41pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
ODJT CAME THE SUN AND DREID UP AL THE RAYN SlayerIsTheStuff
While the Guitar chart is stupid, the Bass is amazing.

It starts with some easy stuff, then goes into the chorus. This part has a whole bunch of HO/PO's that are incredibly fun and fast. The rest of the song (being as short as it is) is pretty easy, but you'd probably still need to look at the screen in order to FC it.

Great Bass. Wow, I never thought I would say that about a song we all listened to as babies.

Rating: 5
Tier: 3
10.23.16 12:35pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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