Song Info
Released April 5, 2011 for Rock Band

1150 users have this song ($2)    
180 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Rock
Album: Freeze-Frame (1981)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Freeze-Frame (Guitar Hero)
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Surprisingly fun XeMpLiFyy
I got every track this week, and thought to myself that Freeze Frame was going to be the weakest of the drum charts, me being a drummer.

Boy, was I wrong. This chart is just... fun. It isn't anything too tricky, I got a sightread FC of it and didn't think there were any parts that I'd normally miss. However, this chart is upbeat, filled with interesting kick patterns, and was enjoyable to play. Not to mention, the song itself is pretty awesome.

I will most likely find myself playing it again in the future, and definitely recommend it for a drummer.
04.06.11 11:47pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Absolutely not a 1/5 difficulty. Legato Suzuki
(Pro Keys review)

All I can really think is whoever decided the difficulty based it on the first few measures.

Yes, the basic melody is extremely simple, following the simplistic organ melody that is so prevalent in the intro. However, this is only a foundation for what's to come, as the part gets much more complex.

You'll be hammering out chords quite fast during the second part of the intro, and jammin' along with the verses using the basic melody. One of my favorite parts comes with the pre-chorus, offering a fun little chromatic progression of chords that goes back and forth a few times before resolving in the "Freeze frame!" C major jam session.

If I were to assign this a true difficulty I'd say a 3/5. The more complex melody is actually quite difficult to FC, and the chromatic bits are tricky to nail if you bother holding down each chord to the end. Serious fun factor here, and a solid pick for a keys player.
09.29.12 10:19am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Cool song, not so cool chart Bront
I love the song, and I'm sure it will be a party favorite, but the guitar chart? Not so much.

It's pretty repetitive, with a lot of quick double hit strums and chords, with some quick chord changes and an occasional cadence changes. There's only a few patterns in the song, so there's almost no variation, which means if you don't get one, you'll be doomed to fail it again, and again, and again. That said, if you're not playing expert, most of these problems probably go away, making the chart more fun.

I found it more difficult than a 1 dot song as well, probably closer to a 3 dot song.
04.06.11 10:18am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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