Okay. The beginning isn't too bad. I-- okay, "Panic Attack" watered down a bit. Not much of a complaint.
Bass break. Okay. :I Not difficult. Sounds nice, though.
Okay. Solo. Not difficult. Tricky part if you aren't exp-- oh, hi "Slightly Manic Episode", nice to see you again. Very prominent drums in the--
OKAY SOLO HI
WHAT ARE YOU DOING
I GOT THIS
I GOT THIS
I DON'T GOT THIS
Okay, this isn't so-- OH MY GOD
DID SOMEBODY JUST SPILL THEIR SKITTLES OR SOMETHING
Atmospheric part now. Kinda. Slooooow... At least, we aren't trying to break my fingers.
And now nothing. Oh, wait, nevermind. We got some sweeps. Well, "sweeps".
And now the bass is picking up. Not bad, not--
i cant hit dis
dats alotta skittles
OH MY GOD IT GETS WORSE
MY HAND HURTS
I IMPLORE THEE
wat was dat
OH WOW MESSY SOLO GEE THANKS I NEVER WOULD OF GUESSED IT
And the rest of the song is relatively easy to hit. YEAH THANKS
So, this song is just beyond my comprehension. First solo isn't bad. Second one is pretty fun, though a bit random and somewhat like Petrucci at his most spastic. But then, we come to the third solo, which is something like DragonForce and a broken arpeggiator teaming up and making a guitar-only album by two-hand tapping for an hour straight, then throwing the damn things at each other. It's a good song, but it's only for those who want a fun little challenge. And by "fun little challenge", I mean fuck-stupid hard guitar chart.
I would recommend this, but my misanthropy is somewhat limited.