Song Info
Released August 28, 2012 for Rock Band
Rock Band Blitz Soundtrack
2095 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Rock
Album: Stunt (1998)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
One Week (Lips)
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Chickety China (Revenge of the Chinese Chicken) dragoninforcer
Probably one of the best vocals songs I've played in a while. It's a little fast paced in the chorus, and then POW it just hits you in the verses. The "rapping" verses are just great to sing along to if you can keep up with the lyrics.

I would highly recommend playing this song in RB3 if you get Blitz. Very fun to sing. 5/5
08.26.12 4:21am 5 Replies | Reply +5 Relevance
Pleasant surprise! Legato Suzuki
(Pro Keys review)

When I originally saw this song on the list for Blitz, I really didn't pay it any mind as far as keys were concerned. Boy, was I wrong.

This is one of those charts that if you didn't actually hear it amplified in the game, you might never know it existed in the song. Nonetheless, it's a pretty fun track that isn't too difficult.

During the chorus, you'll bang out a pretty simple chord progression. There are no curveballs to be had here, a pro keys enthusiast should be able to sightread them. Where things get fun is when the rapping starts. Instead of chords, you go into an arpeggio of sorts, a three note jam session that spans one octave. It sounds simple enough, but the variation on when each note is hit makes for a fun change of pace from the chords.

Towards the end you'll get a nice little chromatic line that repeats a few times, so be ready for that because it's nothing like what you've been playing the entire song.

Overall, I wouldn't really rate this past a 3 in terms of difficulty. Very strong fun factor here though, and a solid pro keys track that I'd play any day.
09.24.12 12:08pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
It's guaranteed to satisfy. Dr Sardonicus
As my 5th Blitz review, and my last for today, we have One Week. One of the songs everyone was hoping for, it's finally here, and how is it? Pretty damn good.

Starting with a chorus formed out of three chords, we soon go into the verse pattern. With an acoustic pattern, you stay on the yellow note, with a mix of single notes and YB chords. Near the end, you also start switching to YO chords. I found the part fun to play, and not nearly as annoying as it could have been. After this, you play the chorus again, and then a bridge with a pattern of hammer-ons up the fretboard, followed by single notes. This part was the highlight of the song, after which it goes back to the verse, than one last chorus, and an outro.

Sure, the song isn't varied. But it's never repetitive. Seeing as how it's less than three minutes, the parts never last long enough to annoy, meaning that from each type of pattern, it's only the finest of the flavors. Recommended, especially for full band.
09.01.12 2:21am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Why is This Rated So Lowly? Gigakoops
This song, while lacking a tiny bit in the variety, is a lot of fun to play.

We open with simple chord progressions, slowly adding more notes to strum, ending up with alt-strumming root notes and HOPO chords. The fast-singing parts have you alt-strumming Y-B chords with stylistic pauses to keep it from getting stale, as well as some Y-O chords thrown in at times. Then we have some ascending G-Y-O rows that aren't that hard to hit once you're able to move your fingers in such a fashion.

Though yes it is a bit repetitive, each segment offers a unique style of fun, and I happen to enjoy it for what it is.
08.29.12 12:54pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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