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Released May 21, 2009 for Rock Band
Alice Cooper 01
3231 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Rock
Album: Classicks (1995)

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Yo I Heard You Like Guitar Wankery... Gigakoops
I originally didn't want to get this song when I got it, but decided to because there was a gaming event I was bringing Rock Band to and needed more memorable songs. Turns out, there's an upside to this being a live version: the guitar is amazing.

The main riffs are memorable and fun in that sense, but are also fun, as they change a bit every time you play them. Whether it be HOPO chords or random guitar noodling, there's a lot here to enjoy.

The guitar solo is surprisingly intense. There's quite a few parts I still screw up badly, but it's still fun.

If the other Alice Cooper tracks are like this, I'll get them next round of purchases.
06.12.13 1:16am 2 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Not bad. Bront
I'm not a huge Alice Cooper fan, but when I heard this song was coming out I knew I wanted it.

It's a lot of fun on guitar. The main riff isn't too tough, but there's some showboating thrown in here and there so it's never quite the same each time though, and there's a tough little Chord-HO-HOChord part that I've never seen before. Durring the chorus there's some solo-esque showboating going on as well between lines that are pretty tough as well. The solo goes nuts for a bit, but it's short.

There's a few woah moments in the the song, but it's broken up by parts that are easier to recover on, and OD will take you all the way though the solo, which may be the only fail out point for guitarists still working on expert. No real tough fail out points, and anyone who knows how to use OD won't be failing out. Ultimately, it's got some difficult parts, but is full of fun variety in general.

My only real complaints about the song are that it is short, and the Big Rock Ending comes a little too early, but I think the only instrument that it really effects is vocals.

I'll note I never listened to the original much (Had it played for me once as a kid by my dad, and it always stuck with me), so I don't know how well it compares to the studio original, but it sounds good, and is fun, and not a bad party song (because who doesn't want to scream out the chorus?).
06.21.12 6:57am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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