Song Info
Released August 28, 2012 for Rock Band
Rock Band Blitz Soundtrack
2105 users have this song ($2)   
Genre: Pop-Rock
Album: Hands All Over (2011)

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The Bottom of the Barrel Dr Sardonicus
There's not much that needs to be said here. There is one pattern. One. And it never stops. You go from YB to BO play that four times, then follow that up with GY to YB. I have described the entire chart to a 3 1/2 minute song. The only time you change is for two green notes after the Christina Aguilera's verse. This song is easily in the top 10 worst guitar songs in all of Rock Band. If the vocals weren't great and the drums weren't fun, it would be absolutely intolerable. If I could, I'd give it zero stars.
09.01.12 2:23am 0 Replies | Reply +8 Relevance
It's one friggin' pattern! Gigakoops
The entire song (save two whole notes) is a single pattern involving fast HOPO chords. It does not change at all during the duration. It gets dumb and repetitive really fast. This song was obviously selected for Blitz gameplay in mind, or at least with no thought given to Guitar at all.
08.29.12 12:56pm 0 Replies | Reply +6 Relevance
Interesting outro but still boring RBAddict666
The majority of the song is just strumming single red and green notes with the occasional blue and oranges thrown in. The chart starts to pick up when Christina's section comes in with slightly faster strums and more frets used. When the chorus comes in again, the chart gets interesting with some fast alt-strums and hammer-ons where you have to move up and down the fretboard. However, this only lasts for about 40 seconds. Overall, this is a pretty boring song to play on bass. The only thing that saves it from a one star is the outro.
09.13.12 8:23am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Drum machine beats are weird Edfan
One thing that irks me about Rock Band drum tracks, is that usually the drum machine songs are awkward to play. This song is no exception.

The song begins with the very, very basic bass-only pattern for the first verse. But once it hits the chorus, that's when things get really interesting.

You then begin a very odd pattern consisting of the snare, yellow cymbal, and blue cymbal for the first half, then begin a strange, hard-to-maintain disco beat.

The 2nd verse is similar to the first, except with an awkward red drum roll. Now the second, harder disco beat is in effect for both parts of the chorus. The bridge is a mixture of the bass-only and first-chorus parts. The last chorus is no different than the second.

This song is extremely frustrating and awkward to play if you're new to drumming or can't manage disco beats well. But once you master the weird patterns, it can be quite an enjoyable song to play. It's definitely not one of the best drum charts out there, but it delivers quite well for being a 2010's pop song... although, that really doesn't say too much.
10.17.12 9:47pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
...it has amazing vocals, at least UltimaThule
Let's get this out of the way: in every other regard, Moves Like Jagger is simply not fun to play. It is, however, fun as hell to sing. The pitch goes all over the place, and the singer may find themselves at a loss for breath at times (especially during the chorus, where there's very little breathing room). If you have this song, you also have the other 24 songs from Blitz (ranging from decent to amazing) to make up for it.
08.28.12 9:12pm 1 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
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