Song Info
Released October 23, 2008 for Rock Band
Nirvana 01
3796 users have this song ($2)    
129 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Grunge
Album: Nevermind (1991)

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Hey kids! You can FC this! So can everybody else! Dead Player
There is really not much to say about this. There is just about 5 two-cymbals-with-footpedal-hits troughout the whole song, nothing else. You can practicaly beat this song by hitting no notes. On expert.

Unless you get the whole pack or want your 2 year old to be a new Youtube phenomen or something stupid like that, do not buy.

Pros: So easy even your cat could FC it... probably.

Cons: This is not a drum track, it is 5 notes.
07.30.10 8:25am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Once again, probably a pretty opposite opinion compared to everyone else, but I liked it, and we need to put an end to all this negativity...

First off, its an acoustic guitar song. I'd pay good money for a whole album of acoustic guitar songs. I love playing the acoustic guitar on Rock Band. Its not something I ONLY want to play, because the epic sound of an electric guitar cant be duplicated. But with about 400 songs of Electric guitar, this song fits VERY nicely with the few other Acoustic guitar songs in the game. Its fun, its a great soung, and a very welcomed change of pace.

Polly, while not perfect, isnt all that terrible, either. Trust me, I dont want to be the one who plays it on drums, but at the same time, its still a perfectly fine guitar song. Its got chord changes, held notes, all your standard Tier 1 fare. Not to mention, its probably one of my three or four favorite Nirvana songs, and that helps a little bit (if Xygni can review a song higher because he likes the song alot, I can too).

Is it a must buy? Only if you are a Nirvana fan, thats really all I have to say about that. Its a solid acoustic guitar song, and it will be great fun to any Nirvana fans out there. Not to mention it, along with Something in the Way, are GREAT alternatives to the rest of this weeks power-chord fests...

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10.23.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Easiest drum song in Rock Band history zyyzyyzyy
This song is 3 minutes long, and in those three minutes there is a whopping eight (!) notes in the song, which consist of 4 double yellow-green crashes that are each seperated by 40 seconds of doing absolutely nothing. This song shouldn't even have a drum chart since it's virtually irrelevant to this song. There is nothing else I can say about the drum chart that would be of any relevance, so I'm going to stop here.

Grade: Irrelevant
Rating: 1/5
Difficulty: It's eight notes long...
07.19.16 11:11pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Flawless Drumming achievement unlocked! lightsup55
I'm very bad at drums, so I only purchased it for the Flawless Drumming achievement in Rock Band and Rock Band 2.

Pros: Great song for unlocking that Flawless Drumming achievement in Rock Band and Rock Band 2 finally!

Cons: Um... this is a drum track? My dog could easily FC this.

If you ask me... stick to the vocals or play guitar/bass instead. And if you don't do any of those, don't buy.
06.06.11 1:52pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
I don't understand why people are writing such detailed reviews about the drums in this song. There's a grand total of 8 notes. That's all you need to know.

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10.23.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
It's a nice acoustic song for you to sing. Lyrics are interesting, but you can get the hang of it pretty fast because there isn't much variety. It all stays in the mid-pitch range and isn't very challenging.

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10.23.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
You're pretty much playing the same chords over and over at a pretty slow pace. The experience isn't unbearable, but there isn't anything in this song that'll make you want to come back to it.

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10.23.08 2:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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