Song Info
Released October 26, 2010 for Rock Band
Rock Band 3 Import
619 users have this song ($15)    
9 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Rock
Album: Songs for the Deaf (2002)

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Full Band

Other Versions
No One Knows (Guitar Hero)
No One Knows (Rocksmith)
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The Gift that You Give to Me Iantagonist
The bass chart for No One Knows is a blast to play. The central pattern for the song is varied alternating notes with occasional fast hammer-ons. These parts are really enjoyable to play as they have a nice groove and remain moderately challenging. During the chorus, the difficulty racks up with a combination of fast strumming and alternating hammer-ons. My favorite section, however, is during the drum/guitar solo. From there, you alternate your fingers constantly while fast strumming, and it is a blast!

Overall, No One Knows is my favorite song to play on bass in RB3 because it's varied, enjoyable, and has the perfect amount of difficulty.
06.25.15 10:40am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Likeable zyyzyyzyy
This almost has to be a 5-star rating. It has one of the 4 drum solos in the game, and said drum solo is very challenging and very fun to practice. It's nowhere near as hard as the behemoth of a drum solo on Beast and the Harlot, but it's still a major challenge. The rest of the song is actually pretty chill for a song of this tier, and really it's not that hard of a song overall. They'res some triplet fills that are difficult to hit at places, one of those places being the end of the drum solo.

But overall, this is a pretty chill drum song with a very hard drum solo that many good players will like. I normally have a lot of fun playing this song.

Grade: A-
Rate: 5/5
Difficulty: ⚪️⚪️⚪️⚪️⚪️
04.03.17 4:50am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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