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Released December 18, 2008 for Rock Band
Going Country 01
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Genre: Country
Album: Fly (1999)

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non_zero
This is fun song to just belt out the words in your best southern accent. As far as challenge goes, it's got a lot of sudden highs and lows to keep you on your toes. It's just really fun.

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non_zero
This song is really, really confusing. It's completely littered with HO/POs, in a bunch of patterns that I've never seen before and didn't quite know how to do at first. It gives you little breaks after each difficult section, which makes it passable, but it's still pretty difficult. The solos are insane as well, with trills and zig-zags going everywhere.

I'll give it a "great" because it's definitely not boring, but it gives me the impression of a song that's trying too hard to be impossible (maybe overcharted). If you want a challenge without the usual metal sound, this is definitely for you. The only difference is you're shredding banjo instead of electric guitar.

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non_zero
Well, this is something a little out of the ordinary. You start out by keeping a steady bass beat while doing two or three snare hits at a time, and while that may not sound special, it's hard not get into the country rhythm. After that you get a pretty standard bass-heavy pattern, but it's fast and there's plenty of little fills to keep you entertained along the way. I really liked this song.

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non_zero
This song is kind of a mixed bag. At first it start up with a pretty slow up and down single note pattern, and it seems like it's going to be boring. But you get some strummed triplets every now and then to keep it interesting, and even some HO/POs. Near the end of the song is picks up and you get some fast strumming, some 4-5 hammer-on note cascades, and some other tricky fret work. It's definitely a unique bass chart and gives variety, if you don't mind the pacing.

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