Song Info
Released October 9, 2012 for Rock Band

620 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Classic Rock
Album: Emotions in Motion (1982)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Everybody Wants You (Guitar Hero)
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Easily the weakest instrument in this song. Poinkish
Much like "The Stroke", the keys fall into the same underwhelming structure. Opting to give you little tastes of action before throwing a ton of blank space in between. You'll play 2 sustained 2 key notes before going back to staring at a blank note highway.

There is a slightly interesting part that'll test your rapid tapping skills, switching between the green and note keys at two different points in the song, towards the middle, and at the end, but then it's back to the same old monotony.

Dull, and pretty underwhelming, not recommended.
10.09.12 6:43pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Kinda repetitive, but serviceable. Poinkish
A great sounding tune, but sadly the bassline suffers from extreme repetition. For the most part you'll be playing a brief riff that switches between red and yellow single notes, sometimes zig-zagging between red and blue. You occasionaly will get a hammer-on and some steady lane strumming up and down the neck, but to be honest, it rarekt strays from this samey, simple pattern much and leaves a lot to be desired.

It's a serviceable and competent bassline, but that's all I can really say about it. Like the song? Buy it, just don't expect that spectacular of a bass chart.
10.09.12 6:30pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Everybody Wants Chords! Poinkish
"Everybody Wants You" is a good example of a rockin' tune that sounds great, but really doesn't offer anything outstanding in terms of gameplay. For the most part you'll be playing a series of chords that revolve around you anchoring the green note and moving your other finger over the other frets as you go, there is one interesting part to take note of, and that's a rather unusual Green/Blue chord hammer-on that's tucked away rather snuggly in the main riff, could be tricky for some of you less experienced Guitar players!

There's also a bit of steady single note strumming in between this riff to stave off repetition slightly. Overall it's a solid Guitar chart, but nothing particularly special. If you like the song, get it.
10.09.12 5:51pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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