Song Info
Released June 19, 2012 for Rock Band

840 users have this song ($2)    
142 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Alternative
Album: Lullabies to Paralyze (2005)

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Full Band
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The real coolness of this song are the harmonies. On solo vocals seems ok, just shifting from falsetto to high pitch vocals.

On harmonies it's another thing. One of the sickest harmonies in the game, 3 part stuff through almost the entire song. At the end you have two tracks goin' together and a third one goin "ba ba ba"... I've tried it yesterday and it's fantastic. Almost at the same level of tubthumping.
06.21.12 6:51am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Surprisingly Good. Poinkish
Gotta say when I first heard this song, I wasn't expecting much. I thought it was just going to play like a slower version of "Go With The Flow", but it actually ended up being more than the sum of it's parts on Guitar!

The main meat of this song is a section that starts off with you strumming some steady single notes, which then turn into 2 note chords, and followed by 3 note chords shortly after, there's a lot of switching between all the aforementioned notes as well. and some gallops every once in a while which transition into short bursts of chords too. It flows nicely, and it feels kinda spacey when listening to the song as well. You can easily groove out to this.

This is a pretty consistent pattern throughout the songs 4:16 running time, but there are little deviations that pop up from time to time that make this much more entertaining, such as hammer-on transitions between single notes, and two note chords that keep you on your feet, and a cool sounding, laid back solo towards the end to that acts as a nice break
and a strong end to the song.

Best Guitar song of the week for me. And the most fun QotSA song overall.
06.19.12 1:45am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Pro Keys: Repetitive, some sustains Madotsuki
For most of the entireity of this song you're playing a E note in the Blue and Red sections at the same time repeatedly.
It does get a bit tiring after awhile, especially since they're too far apart too play with one hand.
Thankfully, there are some one-note sustains in the Yellow section in some parts of the song.
Overall, this song is pretty annoying on keys because of so many repetitive E's, however, I'm giving this a 3/5 because at least you're consistently playing and there are some breaks with the sustains, and its not completely boring.
06.23.12 2:12am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
I got Green And Orange "In My Head" after playing Keys. Poinkish
If there's one thing that I can't fault "In My Head" for, it's the fact that it doesn't really leave you hanging and you at least get a consistent part throughout.

What I will fault it for though, is the total lack of variety the song has on keys. For the vast majority of the song you'll be pressing the Green and Orange keys together over and over, it gets tedious after a little while and for some of the less experienced keys players, I guess it could get a little tiring after a while.

Thankfully though, players do get a brief reprieve though, in the form of a few sustained notes that move slowly up and down the keyboard.

But that's all there is to it, it's back to pressing Green and Orange over and over again after that. As I said it's not leaving you hanging around waiting to do something like most keys charts but what's there isn't that exciting or varied.
06.20.12 1:41am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Run of the mill, but with multiple twists AeonFrodo
Queens of the Stone Age has many great hits, including this song right here, that really appeals to Rock Band fans here. This bass chart appears pretty run of the mill, but it does have multiple areas to take the player by surprise and easily stuff up their multiplyer.

Most of the time, players would see a straight line of notes as the riff of the song. This is pretty normal for not-so spectacular bass charts, but it's a good thing that the player sees that there will be parts where they would have to move their fingers across the fretboard to hit hammer-ons and pull-offs as well as alt-strumming a line of red notes at least twice during each verse. And very early on in the song too, as the first alt-strumming part can take a player by surprise and miss out on the first unison overdrive bonus.

The chorus does have some hammer-ons and pull-offs to execute, as well as some triplets that appear from out of nowhere to spice things up.

The song isn't overly difficult, but it does keep you on your toes and has replayability value to nail the alt-strumming sections and get them in the overdrive path. Get it if you're a fan of this band or if you enjoy things popping up in an easy riff.
06.20.12 1:14am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
A strong bass chart, that compliments the Guitar chart. Poinkish
This is a nice example of a pretty run of the mill bass chart that does just enough to differentiate itself from it's peers.

For most of the song, you'll be playing a steady line of single notes that come down the fretboard at a brisk pace, followed by a nice little series of hammer-ons that bring your fingers back up to the green fret to do it all over again.

There are a couple of other deviations from the songs predictable structure that'll help you stay on your toes though, such as a series of fast alt-strummed sections that reside in the red lane, and a section later on full of brief sustains and single notes that throw a few offbeat bursts of alt-strummed notes at you that change lanes.

It's a nice little compliment to the solid Guitar chart and for me, it's the most balanced QotSA song in the game. Pick it up.
06.19.12 1:45am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Play this for the other instruments sageamagoo
One of the worst songs on pro keys. Good thing the music is good, or I would go out of my mind playing the chart. Very, very repetitive.
01.29.14 7:33pm 0 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
Sorry but everyone is completely overrating this miniviking10
I've only played this song on guitar and the ratings this song is getting from users on here baffles me. The song is just okay to listen to and much less fun to play on guitar. I am not going to get in to details but most of it is very boring to play and the solo is not much of a send-off.
06.20.12 9:18pm 6 Replies | Reply -13 Relevance
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