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Released August 11, 2009 for Rock Band
Gorillaz 01
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Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
Album: Gorillaz (2001)

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Fun for awhile, gets repetitive eventually Madotsuki
For most of this track you're usually playing a pretty entertaining bass progression that consists of some single notes and some HO/POs that slide around the fretboard.
And thats pretty much it.
You play this progression over and over, and it eventually gets pretty repetitive. Its alot of fun at first, but you play it so many times that it gets a bit boring after awhile.
Overall, it IS pretty fun and entertaining enough to deserve a 4/5, but it gets a bit bland by the end of a song so I'm giving this bass chart a 3/5.
If you're mainly a bass player, this is pretty nice the first time you play it, but you probably won't want to play it a whole lot after that, so you may want to look elsewhere for a better bass chart.
06.11.12 11:13pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Above-average chordfest, a few tricks Madotsuki
This song was actually better than I had expected it to be on guitar.
You're mostly playing alot of 2-note chords at a fun rhythm with some alt-strumming and pre-chord alt-strumming with some sneak HO/POs hidden in between chords, as well as a bit of easy single-notes on Blue and Orange sometimes.
The chord patterns throughout the song change a little bit here and there, but are always entertaining and theres always something going on.
Overall, this song is quite fun, definitely an above-average chordfest with a few little tricks to keep you interested.
If you mainly play guitar, this is probably the best guitar song of the Gorillaz pack, however Clint Eastwood is pretty fun as well, so you may or may not enjoy this one.
06.11.12 11:13pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
*title* Heyo_Jake
This song tramples Clint Eastwood's drum chart (in my opinion!) because the song's faster, shorter, and it's more varied. Now, compare that to Clint Eastwood, which has a 5-6 minute song length and has a slow and boring beat.
04.26.15 11:32pm 0 Replies | Reply -1 Relevance
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