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Released February 11, 2010 for Rock Band
Rust In Peace
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Genre: Metal
Album: Rust in Peace (1990)

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Vampire-Jekyll
In Rock Band tiering, this song is the most difficult in both Guitar and Band from the Rust In Peace album. I have yet to play this song with a full band but I'll certainly agree that this song is the hardest, though not overall. The only reason this song is the most difficult is because the opening is ridiculous. It starts off quite entertaining but quickly descends into madness. For the most part it's descending triplet HOPO's but with a yellow to green back to yellow. It's fast, like BLAZING fast. Thankfully it stays within the green-blue area and never uses a single orange note, though it probably wouldn't matter even if it did. Oh, and did I mention it's not a solo? No solo button useage here.

If you can manage to interperet, let alone play the intro, you'll be treated to a not-so-surprising song of awesomness. There's lots of nice fast yet manageable HOPO's littered throughout the song and playing one leaves you begging for more... which is exactly what you get.

Great song, though it seems to be missing something throughout the whole thing. Difficult, but only for a little bit. Lot's of replay value but if your going to buy just this song, you'd be better off just buying the whole album.
07.02.10 7:21am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
My Favorite Guitar Song JiggyJay
This song is simply beautiful on guitar. As of today, it is the preferred song in my library.
It starts off with this great chord hammer-on combination that is perfectly manageable and quite fun if you hold down the green fret the whole time. After around 20-30 seconds, it jumps into this fast set of cascades that, if you can hit it, is AMAZING. It only lasts around ten, maybe fifteen seconds, so it shouldn't kill skilled players. I can streak it no problem.
The rest of the song is a mess of chords and hammer-ons. They are very frequent, very fun, and perfectly reasonable to hit. There is never a dull point in the song, and it is only three minutes long.
If you are going to nit-pick the album, get this song. If you want a challenging guitar song, get this song. If you want to improve your hammer-on skills, GET THIS SONG.
01.16.11 10:58pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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