Song Info
Released June 8, 2017 for Rock Band

171 users have this song ($2)   
Genre: Prog
Album: Images and Words (1992)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Pull Me Under (Guitar Hero)
Pull Me Under (Rocksmith)
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Runa216
IT's hard to rate vocals as how much fun a song is to sing is almost entirely dependent on how much I love the song, but that doesn't stop it from being fun.

Love the song, I've been belting it out a lot over the last decade of my life, and that prepared me for singing it in Rock Band even though some of the higher notes proved to be a bit more challenging to hit than I expected.

Still a great song to sing, and unlike other Dream Theater Songs, the vocals actually fill a pretty big portion of the song instead of leaving you high and dry for 2/3 of it like Metropolis (Even though that's like, the second best song in the entire game next to 2112)

5/5 - It's an early 90s classic, get it!
06.08.17 6:08am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Runa216
The Bass chart is pretty much imitating the Guitar Chart, so much of what I said there applies here.

It's long, it's reasonably hard, has a few particularly challenging spots with sweeps and awkward strumming but none of it feels out of place or frustrating.

5/5 Great for any bassist (or any instrument, really)
06.08.17 6:08am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Runa216
I have to say, I've been waiting on this song for years and it didn't disappoint.

To be honest, it's not my favorite Dream Theater song, but that's like saying something isn't the best steak or poutine, even the stuff on the lower end is still great!

As with many (if not all) Progressive songs and especially Dream Theater, the chart is all over the place in a good way, mixing simple strum patterns and basic hammer-ons/pull-offs all the way up to two particularly complicated and extended sweeps and odd riffs and everything in between.

Honestly, I'd say that it doesn't deserve top tier in difficulty if not for those extended sweeping patterns, and even then I'm not sure if they last long enough to make the song that difficult, as it doesn't get frustrating or overstay its welcome.

All in all, a very well balanced guitar song, difficult without being frustrating, lots of variety despite its long running time, and it's Dream Theater's single big hit, so it won't be hated by anyone.

5/5, get this song no matter what instrument you play!
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