Song Info
Released January 18, 2011 for Rock Band
Stone Sour 01
1675 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Metal
Album: Come What(ever) May (2006)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Through Glass (Rocksmith)
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Especially fun for a large group.. Everclearboy
First off, the genre listed for this song is completely wrong.. this isn't metal.. It's Alternative Rock with some Post-Grunge qualities to it.

Vocals-wise, its just a great and very fun tune. On a setlist it works well as a nice break for the drummer/bassist as their sections are limited in comparison to the lead guitarist/vocals. The Harmonies are fun as well with its playful melody if you have a large group of people chances are they'll all join in at the start of the song.

Not too much of a vocal challenge as there aren't too many octave changes and the melody doesn't change too terribly much, but fun none-the-less.
06.25.11 1:13am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Eric4372
PRO KEYS: Nothing going on here. A lot of time idle then you play a few sustains. Really, really easy. Buy it because you like the song, not because you want a good pro keys chart.
01.31.11 7:44am 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Bim
Love this song and really enjoyed playing it on guitar - it's very fun strumming wise not much challenge on fret work. the intro mainly consissts of 4 & 5 quick strummed notes followed by a few single strum then another 4/5 quick strum switching frets every few seconds.

after that a slower part of steady single strumming for around 20/30 seconds and then after that the song kicks in with all band members and the quick strumming starts again with longer runs of the face paced strums and finishes with a simple solo.
02.02.11 3:21pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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