Song Info
Released August 30, 2011 for Rock Band
I'm With The Chili Peppers
1386 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Alternative
Album: I'm With You (2011)

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Full Band
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It reminds me of something... CloudWolf
This is by far the worst songs in the pack guitar-wise. This chart is very much like the guitar charts for Kung Fu Fighting, Kiss Them for Me, Rio and others in that it's really painful and absolutely not fun to play.

The song basically consists of three parts. First, you've got the strumming pattern in the choruses. This is excactly like the strumming patterns in the three mentioned songs in the first paragraph. Semi-fast single notes with chords at seemingly random places. Now, before you go like "Oh, but that's only the choruses, that's not much", I have to stress that this is a Red Hot Chili Peppers song, which means that 75% of the song is chorus.

The other 25% are a solo and some verse-stuff. The solo isn't worth noting since it's one of those "mellow" solos that have only ten or so sustains. Those work if the rest of the song is mellow, but since the rest of the song is some sort of fast-paced disco song, it feels incredibly out of place.

As for the verse stuff, that's also nothing interesting. The verses exist of two chords and some sustains, before going back into the chorus. There's one small section in the song that sounds excactly like Freaky Styley (an older RHCP song) and that's slightly fun, but only because it's something different than what you've been playing the entire song up until that point.

Definitely not recommended.
08.30.11 2:50pm 5 Replies | Reply +5 Relevance
A Bass chart that will never bore you AeonFrodo
After two months (since the Incubus pack), I finally get this pack thanks to having my Wii broken. Although this may not be the best song in the I'm With the Chili Peppers Pack for bass, this definitely takes second place.

Why? Once the song begins for bass, you are met with easy hammer-ons and pull-offs. It's a fun little riff to begin the song, and it's only just the beginning.

Well, the bass riff during the verses are run of the mill of what you see of usual bass charting, except with a few easy hammer-ons and pull-offs included to keep the player entertained. While for veterans it may be a little bit bland, but it does keep the player on their toes. Although, for new players, especially if they're playing Expert bass, it's a welcome sight for them.

Here's the trick to this song. In the chorus, there are slightly different hammer-ons and pull-offs patterns, and they get slightly more difficult throughout the song. The slight difficulty increase for each chorus is what makes this song so varied and so much fun to play through. So nailing the more difficult sections during the bridge and at the end of the song would make anybody feel great.

I highly recommend this song to any bassist, whether they're Rock Band veterans or new to Rock Band.
11.30.11 6:56am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
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