Song Info
Released December 10, 2009 for Rock Band

2118 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Classic Rock
Album: Sounds of Silence (1966)

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All Hail This Vocals. Alluminated Guy
In the 60s, for known folk singers, there was Bob Dylan, Donovan, and more importantly, Simon And Garfunkel.
Luckly for us, Harmonix was able to grace us with one of their best songs to sing.

The opening meloncholy, harmonies of these two bring the purpose of why you want to sing it in the first place.
Throughout the song, it provides fairly easy melodies combined with enchanting lyrics.

If you are a vocalist, consider picking this up, as it is truely Awesome to sing anywhere, anytime.

An Instant Classic.
12.09.09 12:22pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Comfortable to strum and hum Drumony
A classic '60s folk tune that is a must have! Yet "The Sounds of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel is not at all challenging on guitar it has a simple alignment of spread out notes that follows along the fret buttons quite nicely with an occasional two/three chord note thrown in. The note arrangement is a big fun factor to this song on guitar. Comfortable enough for any novice wanting to improve their guitar play and easily a great tune to hum along to as well. You won't find any solos in this track or BREs but what you'll find is an all-around nostalgia to appreciate great American music since the first time you saw The Graduate.
12.10.09 12:46pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Slow bass for a slow song non_zero
This song is pretty mellow, so if you like this sort of thing and you're a bassist you may not mind the slowness of this bass chart. However, there isn't anything happening aside from the steady "do... do-doo" strumming, the pacing is very slow, and the chart doesn't start until the end of the first verse. It's not terrible to play given its context, but it's really not too interesting either.
12.07.09 11:18pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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