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Released January 22, 2009 for Rock Band

2638 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Alternative
Album: Mute Math (2007)

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mfranko88
Darren King, the drummer for Mutemath, routinely goes into concert with a pair of headphones (for foldback) duct taped to his head. He does this because he drums with such intensity that it normally flies off of his head without the tape! That intensity is transferred into this drum chart pretty well. The verses have you on the hi-hat, with a snare drum hit on 3 with some bass drum kicks mixed in (think Tom Swayer). The choruses will have you all over the drumset though. I'd describe the chorus rhythms, but the closest thing Mr. King has to a constant rhythm is a cymbal hit on every beat. Aside from that, he mixes it up quite well and you'll be showcasing quite a few rudiments here (including a few drags made difficult at this speed). There are two parts where you're going to a Foreplay-like RLL section which, as I already said, at this speed is pretty difficult!

Players going for perfection/FCs, this will challenge you! Solo players looking for a fun and challenging chart, this is for you! Players looking to add variety to their band setlists, this is for you! This chart is great!
07.05.10 9:41pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
non_zero
This is a bassist that isn't content to just keep the beat. Plenty of variation throughout the song while keeping the same overall feel. Frequent use of ho/po's. It also keeps going even when the guitar is doing its sluggish riffs in the middle of the song. This is a must-have for any bass enthusiast, and it wouldn't be bad at all for someone who usually plays guitar.

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01.22.09 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
non_zero
This song feels awesome. Very fun bass patterns, fun rolls, and even some Foreplay-esque double-snare hits in various places in the song. The drum track in this song is very prominent (not in the background), so it feels good to drum it just by the way it sounds. Definitely nothing boring about this song, highly recommended.

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Fallout Phoenix
Typical on vocals is an extremely fun experience. When the first word come scrolling at you, you'll notice that the chart is literary slugging at you, even then the pitch changes constantly and it's also a decent challenge, it's fun. Don't hold back on buying the song, especially if you play drums.

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01.22.09 1:00am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
TheRiversCuomo
Let me start off by saying that I am a big Mute Math fan, and even if you dont buy this track, I'd highly recommend you checking out some of their other stuff.

Its a decently fun song from start to finish. Nothing new in the guitar chart. Power-Chords and some alt-strumming. Stays pretty consistent the whole way though. Even though the chart is simple by nature, its still fun to rock out to. Like I said earlier, its a great song to listen to, and that ALWAYS helps a songs playability.

The solo at the end is only some alt-strumming, but anyone who has been with Expert Guitar for at least a month or so will have no problem.

Fun song, maybe my favorite of the week (yeah, not a great week).

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