Song Info
Released December 11, 2007 for Rock Band
Punk 01
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Genre: Punk
Album: The Clash (1977)

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I Fought the Law (Rocksmith)
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Some quick alt-strumming, interesting solo Madotsuki
The intro of this song is pretty simple, your just playing a single note followed by a hammer-on repeatedly until a few more single notes and this repeats a few times.
The verses have you playing some quick alt-strummed chords that is alot of fun, however it doesn't last too long, as you start playing some single note sustains.
These fast alt-strum sections are played again every once in awhile, and its pretty entertaining.
The solo sounds a bit different from the recording, on the original theres 2 guitars playing the same solo at the same time, except one guitar is playing it backwards.
In this, you're playing the part of one of the guitars (although I think it partially dabbles in the other as well), and its pretty easy for the most part, making it not too hard to 100%.
Overall, this song is pretty entertaining, its not the greatest guitar song ever, but its interesting enough to play again.
If your mainly a guitar player, you may enjoy this, but if you're looking for something more challenging, you may want to look somewhere else.
06.12.12 9:28pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
non_zero
Crazy drum intro, but the rest of it is pretty normal. It's still a good time.

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02.01.08 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
Goes all over the place, but at a reasonable pace. Will keep you interested for the most people.

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02.01.08 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
For some reason I have a lot of trouble singing Clash songs. A lot of these sections I couldn't find the pitch for and I couldn't sing it naturally. It just seems a little off.

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02.01.08 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
non_zero
Some really fast riffs, then some not too challenging solo-ey sections. Then a weird power chord section at the end. Probably not one you'll come back to too often.

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02.01.08 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
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