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Released March 9, 2010 for Rock Band

1304 users have this song ($1)    
Genre: Other
Album: The Hockey Theme (2010)

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Excellent, Short DrumRUSH For The Price Alluminated Guy
Similar to Cory Wong's Upstream, which is the first song in the Rock Band series to only have one instrument, the main focus on this song is one instrument... Neil Peart's Drums.

As for saying Neil Peart, who is well known in the Rock Band world and actual drumming world for technicallity, showmanship and ability to pull off a kickass drumsolo, he does not dissapoint in this short one and a half minute song.

By following the well known rhythm in this song, Neil Peart accents on the brass section whilst rolling about his 10+ tom-tom set.

Through the difficult sticking techniques leading to the solo and during the solo, this not only provides nostolgia for lovers of the original song, but a unique drum challenge.

Due to it's ability to challenge while not straining the drummer, and the length, this song has one of the highest replayability for drums in the Rock Band series.

5/5
04.18.10 12:21pm 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
For $1, worth it for drums! nascarfan19
Many people have flamed this song, saying that paying $1 for a 1 minute song is a waste, espically for those who play guitar and bass. This may be true, but for those who are drummers, you are missing out!

The song is very fun to play for the drums. It is challenging for the speed of the song and amount of notes it contains, giving it it's high tiering. It is also a good song that challenges you to try to FC because it is very hard to do in my opinion!

Give this song a chance for drums!
05.31.10 8:27am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Short, cheap, but not so sweet ManInBlackXIII
Guitar isn't really that fun or interesting; it's an overall pretty easy song. It's kinda catchy, but probably much better to play on drums than anything. It's priced right ($1) considering it's really short, but again it's not too fun, but it is Neil Peart so that might be enough for someone to buy it.
03.09.10 1:40pm 1 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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