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Released December 17, 2009 for Rock Band

1864 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Emo
Album: This Is War (2009)

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This Is War (Rocksmith)
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YES. Vocals are the high point for me on this song. It's pretty awesome.

The verses and the bridge are not too difficult, I just sing in a whisper tone, and it gets me through just fine, but during the chorus I need to raise my voice to a falsetto, which I try to avoid doing because of my naturally low voice. But it seems necessary for me. Still, a must get for vocalists.
03.22.10 3:35pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
A good song, but it's lacking on guitar Caleb
I admit I love this song, but compared to the other 30stm songs this is the weakest guitar-wise. Lots of alt-strumming, and plenty of chords, and then an entire two minutes of blank space. I somewhat regret buying it, as I see myself not playing it again on guitar. But it's a great song, and it gives me shivers.
03.22.10 3:32pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
This song is amazing on vocals. It starts off fairly low, and progressively gets higher until the chorus, which is the highest part. It then drops low again, and then jumps to high again. The chorus ensues once again, and afterward is the bridge. The bridge is a lot of fun to sing. Finally is the the finally chorus, and the ending of this chorus is just beautiful. A true master piece.
12.24.09 11:42am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
I'm not the first to say it. This song would be fantastic throughout if it weren't for the 42 measure break in the middle of the song. The parts that are there, however, are a lot of fun. You've got lots of quick triple strums in places, fun chord changes, and other varied riffs that are a joy to play. It's just a shame that all the adrenaline from playing the song is taken away from you during the long break section.
09.10.16 2:06pm 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Having Lots of Fun, Then a Long Instance of Nothing... Gigakoops
When the guitar's playing, there's a bit of variety and movement. It's actually a lot of fun. Then the bridge hits, and nothing. Not one solitary note for over a minute. Though it's a long instance of nothing it's not long enough to check email/Twitter/whatever, so it's not really worth it :p

The parts before then though are a lot of fun. Just try not to randomly strum during the long break.
06.07.13 8:08am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
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