Song Info
Released November 2, 2010 for Rock Band

2302 users have this song ($2)    
267 users have the Pro upgrade
Genre: Prog
Album: Signals (1982)

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Full Band

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Subdivisions (Rocksmith)
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Nothing Special Caleb
It's a good song, but it's really nothing too special for guitarists. Mostly chords, and a slow ascending scale during the chorus.
It has a solo, but it's pretty much sustains.
If you solely play guitar, I only recommended if you like the song.

Definitely get it for drums, bass, or keys instead. They are miles better than the guitar chart.
11.02.10 9:05am 3 Replies | Reply +6 Relevance
One of the greatest songs on one of the greatest games. HansonA64
I honestly think this song is a true classic. When I first heard this song I couldn't stop playing it. And now, its on rock band. The drums are beast when it comes to most rush songs. Peart never disappoints. Since I like the song, I have had patients gold staring this. So I really recommend this song in your library. When playing pro drums, every part of your kit gets a lot of attention.
02.07.11 10:43pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Great Caleb
This is a tough keys song, at least it is for me.
It's got a lot of chords, and that one cool melody part during the bridge. It's really fun.
Your fingers don't move a whole lot, since the majority of the song is chords. But I found it really enjoyable, especially because I love the song.
11.02.10 9:01am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
One of my favorite solos! Legato Suzuki
(Pro Keys review)

I love this track to death. When you're not rocking out the synth solo, you'll mostly be hammering out some chords that follow a really enjoyable progression. I especially love the broken chords in the middle. (Around the "Nowhere is the dreamer" section.) Not much changes until the synth solo.

Let me just say, I LOVE this solo. You'll get to play it twice during the song, and it just feels fantastic once you've got it mastered. The note trills that you play going into the sustained note feel sexy when you nail them, and I especially love alternating solos with the guitar. Makes for a really fun dynamic when there's a guitar in the group.

Major fun factor here, and should not be missed by any keys player. I should note that this really should be more of a mid-4 in terms of difficulty. Once you understand the chord progression there really isn't much else to get, and for difficulty purposes the solo is very accessible, even on expert.
09.24.12 12:20pm 1 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
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