Song Info
Released January 7, 2010 for Rock Band
Blink-182 02
2497 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Punk
Album: Blink-182 (2003)

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Full Band

Other Versions
I Miss You (Lips)
I Miss You (Rocksmith)
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Good song,but terrible,repetative drums (i know I did'nt spell that right)fill the whole song.The terribleness comes to a climax about every 15 seconds when you have to go from a single blue to a double red hit followed by a single blue bass hit.This is my problem,I would be able to do the double red if their weren't so many of them but my left arm seems to get a little worse at hitting it every time I try to hit those double reds,and you can't use both hands on this part beacuse the game dosen't give you enough time to go to the double red from the blue or it dosen't give you time to hit the bass blue directly after it.ANGRY FACE
01.06.10 12:26pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Not Really That Bad Edfan
The chart is repetitive, I'll admit, and it doesn't really have as many fun HOPOs like Alabama Getaway or Blue Sky. However, it's still a nice song to play.

Personally, I think one of the biggest highlights of this song's guitar part is being a nice, simple song for beginners to practice or start learning alt-strumming, which is crucial to get a high score on this song.

The pattern is near constant, so you'll be doing chord-changing alt-strums the entire song. The chorus is also a bit tricky to nail, making this a nice warm-up song to play before you tackle a harder song.

In short, great for beginners, not so much for hardcore veterans.
10.17.12 8:09pm 3 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Fallout Phoenix
This song is naturally easy, there's not much to the formula, the Mark segments of "I Miss You" are generally low pitched and Tom's segments are more high pitched. Think of it as another version of Down except this one will more than likely be more popular.

In addition once the song hits it's climax and Tom repeats "Don't waste your time on me..." the song gets repetitive. This song along with Adam's Song is one of Blink's more "serious" songs and how fitting we get both in the same pack. In terms of vocals I can only recommend it to people who liked the song prior to it appearing on Rock Band.

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01.07.10 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Oh goodness. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new candidate for the Top Ten of most boring guitar songs ever released for Rock Band. This song is seriously down there with Sex Machine, Naked Eye and Geraldine for sheer repetition and boredom on guitar. Two riffs - one for the verses, one for the chorus - with next to nothing of interest thrown in.

The song itself is not bad, and vox sounds pretty interesting with the two singers, but if you were considering getting this for its different-from-other-Blink-songs guitar track, think again. The difference is there, but it's for the worse.
01.05.10 7:29pm 4 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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