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Released July 24, 2008 for Rock Band
Nine Inch Nails 02
3190 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Rock
Album: Broken (1992)

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A bit drawn-out, not a whole lot of diversity Madotsuki
For Last, you're mainly playing a chord riff that repeats very often throughout the song, and especially alot during the drawn-out outro.
During the chorus it picks up a bit and you start doing some chord sustains, then theres a bit of empty space for the second part of the chorus...('this isn't meant to last..this is for right now').
Theres a cool riff after the chorus where you have to jump all around the fretboard, which is alot of fun.
The outro, is a bit long, but what do expect? Its Nine Inch Nails, Reznor always has a habit of having long endings.
Overall, this song is okay, theres not alot of movement, and the outro is a bit long.
If you're looking for a good guitar chart, you best look elsewhere.
06.20.12 4:44am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Grr, so close! moopuns
The verses are perfect, since you can scream this in pitches... But the bridges... Damn, if only they payed more attention and at least put it into talkies! Fun to sing, a bit different from the album version... Just so close to a perfect NIN vocal chart!
01.07.12 12:06am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
The vocals on this song have a lot of energy and tend toward the upper pitch levels. This usually spells death for me, but I was able to just sing naturally and pull off a 94%. It seems very well charted and the lyrics are wonderfully dark.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
Has a cool little riff followed by some rapid strumming. There's also parts where it goes into a sort of mini-guitar-solo and those are pretty fun to play.

Some people think it doesn't end soon enough, but I don't think that's too much of a problem. It's sort of the NIN style to build and climax like that. If that doesn't bother you then this is a great guitar song.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
Simply put, this is an awesome bassline. Think of a slightly tamer version of Hysteria, but not by too much. It goes back and forth a lot, and varies in style enough not to get old. This song did not disappoint. Must-have for bassists.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
This is a song that has a lot of emphasis on the drum beat, and it just feels really cool to be playing along with it. It has 3 basic patterns, one that is is easy-going and just allows you to get in the groove, one that is really fast paced and intense, and and one that is off-beat.

The intense one isn't as fast as The0ldMan made it out to be. It's fast, but not so fast as to be impossible. I'd say it's about 2/3 as fast as Blinded By Fear.

I didn't have too much trouble with it, and found it to a be a lot of fun.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
TheRiversCuomo
So, it started off promising, a pretty fun riff. Then you realize, that riff is the only good thing you play, and its the only thing you play for 80% of the song. Not only that, long pauses where it SOUNDS like you SHOULD be playing, but you arent, haunt this song. When I started, I thought it had the potential to be the best of the second NIN Pack, it ended up being tied with Burn for most boring. If you are a NIN fan, this song is great, and you should buy it just to have it, but otherwise, steer clear, my friends.

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07.24.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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