Song Info
Released December 17, 2009 for Rock Band

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Genre: Emo
Album: This Is War (2009)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Kings and Queens (Guitar Hero)
Kings and Queens (Rocksmith)
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Really busy song! There are some really fun chord sections that merge sing notes into double notes into triple notes, and a lot of fun to play single note riff sections. Not a lot in terms of hammer ons, but the variation in the song more than makes up for it. However, there is a little bit of a lull towards the end with a 24 measure break, and a slightly less occupied second verse. That doesn't ruin the song though. Just keeps it from being at that next level.
09.10.16 1:59pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Lots to Do Here Gigakoops
As I've stated in my Battles and Brotherhood review, I like songs that keep both hands busy. This song does precisely that. The chorus riff is a bit bleh, but the rest of it is actually a lot of fun. There's a surprisingly large amount of variety here that if you like to use both strumbar directions should keep you busy (except for those dreaded long pauses. That's the main reason it's four instead of five stars).
06.07.13 7:59am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
This song is superb on drums. The chorus isn't the most fun, but it's still exciting. There are plenty of rolls here and there to keep one on there toes. Don't even get me started on verse 2. Very challenging. Visions and Peace Sells are the only two songs I have yet to pass on disc, and this verse fails me sometimes. Certainly not a song for the weak.
12.24.09 11:38am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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