Song Info
Released April 16, 2011 for Rock Band

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Genre: Pop/Rock
Album: Everything Under the Sun (2010)
Author: GamerBeatsInc

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Full Band
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So much energy Oscarvarium
This has quickly become one of my all-time favourite songs on vocals. Part of what makes this so fun to sing for me is that the range of the vocalist just about sits in my range, with the exception of the really high "half cra-zy" parts. For those I need to either drop an octave (surprisingly easy in this song for some reason) or break into a falsetto (quite difficult but lots of fun, although perhaps not for anyone who can hear me). I also need to octave switch in the bridge in order to keep my voice from breaking, but again I find it easier here than I do in most cases.

The vocals move around a lot throughout the whole song and there aren't any significant gaps. This is a must-have, or at least a must-try, for people who enjoy vocals.
10.12.11 2:20pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Variety and challenge Oscarvarium
Lots of interesting chord stuff, a few simple single-note melodies that are fun to play, and then that wicked chorus riff. This consists of blazing 16th note zig-zags which are, in all honesty, fairly annoying to play thanks to the RB3 engine's really tight timing window on keys. It's not quite that kind of near-impossible difficulty that the Amberian Dawn and Andromeda songs are, but it still feels harder than it should be.

Fortunately the rest of the song is still really fun to play, so the fast part is actually not too big a problem.
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