Song Info
Released March 29, 2011 for Rock Band
Days of Peace 01
1984 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Classic Rock
Album: Surrealistic Pillow (1967)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Somebody to Love (Rocksmith)
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Surprisingly Pretty Awesome Dead Player
I bet everyone who have heard this though "this will defintly be a chord-fest". Oddly enough, it isn't!

The song actually jumps between the audiable rythm guitar parts and a silent lead guitar that seems to go on in the background, where the lead have some interesting 12th beat rythms and Ho/Po patterns. The song also got 3 guitar solos!

So if you don't mind playing easy songs, this should be an instant buy. It is defintly worth it for everybody who is a fan of good old phsycedelic rock, and the apperentice guitarists who have just started to get the hang of playing the plastic axe.

Final Verdict: A weak 5 Stars (9/10)
03.31.11 5:37pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Dat Green, consistent chart, not too diverse Madotsuki
Although this drum chart isn't too diverse, its quite consistent, has a couple of minor changes in most sections of the chart and it makes you feel like Meg White on acid.

You're often times playing a consistent sort of tribal beat on the green tom and snare, with consistent kicks alternating between starting and stopping (so I guess they're not really 'consistent' kicks), that are pretty catchy, especially with the addicting rhythm.

Theres not a whole lot of changes in the song, during the choruses you hit some crashes while keeping the consistency like the rest of the chart.

Overall, this song is fun, easy, but is not very diverse and doesn't really pose much of a challenge unless you don't use that green tom often (who does?). Its funner than White Rabbit, but then again, its completely different as well.
Not really recommended for drummers, unless of course, you like the song, in which case, you will enjoy this one.
07.27.12 1:43am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
A bass chart with lots of variety AeonFrodo
Despite bass being drowned out by guitar, drums and vocals, the chart is quite fun to play. It's not too difficult, and it keeps bass players on their toes. And the song grows on you after playing it three times through. So, if you miss out on the guitar spot in the band, bass would still be quite amusing to play. It's definitely worth purchasing as a bassist.

And to end this on an off topic note: What an awesome album title!
04.02.11 6:33am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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