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Released January 19, 2011 for Rock Band

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Genre: Metal
Album: Constellations (2009)
Author: TheAuthority

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Not a Bad Way to Spend Four and a Half Minutes Gigakoops
This song as a lot of variety and doesn't disappoint. It starts with a pattern of eighth notes that ascend and descend down the fretboard, followed by a strumming bit. After repeating the opening riff, we have the verse riff, which has you gliding around the neck through HOPO patterns while strumming power chords. Then he have a chordy part that keeps you busy until the next HOPO patter, which switches between TTFaF like "green note-higher note" patterns and ascending HOPOs.

The solo isn't as hard as many other solos in the RBN, but it's not a cakewalk either, as HOPOs have you going up and down the neck at a moderate speed. After a variation of the riff before it, we have a breakdown, which has you first strumming for short periods of time, then builds up to strumming up and down the neck as ascending and descending pairs of notes line up.

Mark this as another recommendation for guitarists who can take a challenge. Though it's not the hardest song ever, it does provide a lot of fun.
06.13.13 4:05am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Love it! Matty Mullet
A really fun song to play and a beautiful song to listen to in the intro i would highly recommend this song if you like the band or enjoy heavy music in general
07.24.11 3:12am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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