Song Info
Released April 3, 2012 for Rock Band
Evanescence 02
1049 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Nu-Metal
Album: Evanescence (2011)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band
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Fun, but a warning... Poinkish
"What You Want" is sort of a double edged sword on keys depending on the demographic you belong too. On one hand you have bursts of fast tapped single notes that could prove annoying for less experienced players, but great for more advanced keys players, and on the other side you have a fantastic section that has your fingers zipping up and down the board hitting single notes scattered everywhere, whilst hitting 2-3 note keys every once in a while that's fun for pretty much every player. It's a fun chart, especially for experienced players.
04.06.12 2:15am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
Bass song of the Week! Poinkish
Gotta admit, this is a pretty kickin' bassline. Throughout the whole thing you'll be playing a crunchy, bouncy bassline that throws in a good mix of steady strumming, and bouncy alt-strumming, the beat switches around every now and then, it's an example of a fun bassline that can drift into off-beat territory, and towards the end the alt-strumming gets pretty intense with time signature switches all over the place. It's a catchy song to boot. So bassists, get this song if you want a good mix of fun and challenge.
04.06.12 2:14am 0 Replies | Reply +4 Relevance
A Solid Guitar song. Poinkish
The newest song in this Evanescence pack is probably the weakest song for Guitarists this week, but it's by no means a bad one. The meat of this song is split into two parts, the first being a series of steadily strummed 2-3 note chords, followed by a bit of zig-zagging up and down the board with some strummed single notes. A good warm-up for the more difficult part, which is fairly offbeat mix of rapid chord and single note strumming. This is the weaker part of the song in my opinion, as it doesn't really feel that fun to play, despite not being difficult. The pattern does switch up towards the second half of the song with more longer more laid-back strings of chord strumming, and even a really fast alt-strummed string of chords towards the end.

The weakest Guitar song this week, but not bad. If you're getting the other two songs you may as well get this too.
04.06.12 2:14am 0 Replies | Reply +3 Relevance
Relentlessly fun Oscarvarium
This is one of those songs that never gives you time to catch your breath, but as long as you can manage that it's a really enjoyable fast-paced vocal chart with lots of movement. Definitely my favourite vocals song from the Evanescence Pack 02.
04.04.12 7:45pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
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