Song Info
Released October 26, 2010 for Rock Band
The Doors Greatest Hits: Special Edition
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Genre: Classic Rock
Album: The Doors (1967)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Light My Fire (Rocksmith)
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Another Overly Repetive 4-string Part. Dead Player
Before I am getting flamed, I just wanted to say that I love The Doors, and that I am just critizising the note chart. Anyways, back to the review:

The Door's songs are defintly best enjoyed while playing keyboard. This becomes very clear when playing Bass to their longer tracks, like this one.

Basically, you play the same slow rythm for over 7 minutes with no Ho/Po's, Bass fills or any variation at all. In fact, the only variation is that there seems to be missing one note somewhere in the endless riff, but that might aswell be a charting error for all I know.

Bassist should probably stay away from this track and just play the Keyboard track with their plastic Basses instead. The only postivie thing I can say about this Bass track is that it atleast warms up your fingers well, as it have no breaks. But even as a finger warmer it is extremely boring due to it's length.
03.13.11 11:11pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
One of the Single Greatest Keys Tracks. Dead Player
Unless you have lived under a rock and never watched any music channels you should have heard this song (or atleast the main keys riff). And wouldn't you know it, it is just as awesome to play as it is listening to.

First, the song starts off with that very familiar riff that I would say is the single greatest riff of all time, before going over to some relatively easy chords and single notes in the verses and chorus.

But the thing that makes this song so fantastic to play is that most of the song consists of one long and varried keyboard solo that doesn't have a single dull moment in it! You might say that this is the easy keyboard version of Caprici Di Diablo, just with even more variation and nothing that is so hard and fast that it burns of your fingertips.

Basically, buy it if you play keyboards and for some odd reason haven't already done so. It is worth every single MS point/cent/penny spent.
11.07.10 1:50pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Long Caleb
Good song.
But it kinda drags on.
The frets move a lot, but it's got a repetitive guitar part during the organ solo. The fingering is really weird during that part, so it'll take a little getting used to.

Right when you think you'll quit because it offers no challenge whatsoever, the solo happens.
It's not a tough solo per se, but it's not easy either.
It will ruin your SRFC.

Anyway, it's pretty cool, the solo was fun, and it's a nice tune despite being nearly as long as Panic Attack if not longer.
10.27.10 9:47pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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