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Released September 8, 2011 for Rock Band

66 users have this song ($1)  
Genre: Other
Album: N/A (2010)
Author: DLCquickplay

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Dum dum dum dum SlayerIsTheStuff
So this song's Bass is pale in comparison to the Keys and Drums.

It starts with very easy strumming, but halfway in the Keys solo, a chain of red strumming starts to unfurl.

Meh chart. Buy for Drums or Keys.
10.31.16 2:21am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Praise Raptor Jesus!

This song starts with sustains and then it starts to move a little bit faster with mini-sustains.

This song, being as short as it is, has a solo immediately. The solo is super fun, with a bunch of triplets going up and down.

Buy it and read the Raptor Bible
10.31.16 2:20am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Short song, challenging keys GoldAnthro
This song could have been at least a little longer in my opinion, but what is their for standard keys is a decent challenge and the pro keys even more so. For key players this song is what you would call "short and sweet", and as long as you don't mind experimental electronica, it's hard not to reccomened getting this at the current price of 80 ms points.
09.25.11 8:45pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
not much more than a novelty GoldAnthro
While this song has a funny chart/audio, the song isn't much more than a novelty on vocals, and probably will only be played occasionally by vocalists, even for fans of the genre and/or artist.
09.25.11 8:45pm 0 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
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