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Released May 3, 2011 for Rock Band

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Genre: Rock
Album: A Picture of Nectar (1992)

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Very repetitive, but ultimately pretty fun XeMpLiFyy
The first few minutes are going to be a simple hi-hat section, a few pretty easy scattered bass pedals thrown in, but nothing that will get you failing out. Add in a few small, slow rolls (not highlighted rolls, there are none of those in this song), and you get a fairly boring 3-4 minutes.

Towards the middle, you get a weird polyrhythm that may throw you off, but if you have strong limb independence, it is the same speed as the rest of the song thus far, and is overall fairly easy.

Then, you get to the outro, and things get quite intense. A nice triplet pattern will greet you with tons of high hat, and a few random bass pedals. If you are an unexperienced drummer, this may even fail you out, but if you have proper sticking techniques for triplets, you shouldn't have TOO much of a problem at least keeping yourself in the green.

Overall, fun song, it's a shame you have to play the first 3-4 minutes of the drum track, because it just about put me to sleep!
05.04.11 8:44pm 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
"Stash" is a really good song in itself. But if you're a big Phish fan, you know that Phish's songs don't focus on the vocals. This is a good example, as there's lots of space where you don't sing.

When you start the song, you play a tambourine section for a few minutes, which in all honesty, is actually really fun and variated for a tambourine section. Then, you sing the first verse, which is pretty basic and nothing too difficult, but the pitch of the "Whoa"s could throw you off. Then another long tambourine section, then the next verse, which is a little longer than the last, then another long tambourine section. Then towards the end, a few "Maybe so and maybe not"s are thrown in, and they get rather repetitive after singing them so many times.

All in all, this is an alright chart, nothing super spectacular, but still okay, and fun to sing in the parts that you DO sing. It's at least fun to jam to the music during the tambourine sections.
04.20.13 11:14pm 3 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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