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Released September 18, 2012 for Rock Band

545 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Pop-Rock
Album: Fush Yu Mang (1997)

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Sweet mother of chords. Legato Suzuki
(Pro Keys review)

Very seldom does a song come along that absolutely wrecks me on a sightread, but this song did it and then some. The chart begins with some simple notes, but as soon as you hit the verse, it hits the fan. Big time.

On Expert, the verses consist of an extremely uncomfortable chord pattern that would honestly be better suited for two hands. You'll alternate extremely fast between a single bass note, and a three note chord higher up. These aren't simple chords, either, forcing you into some awkward fingerings if you want any hope of keeping a combo going. Normally I avoid using two hands during a song at all costs in order to ensure that I can use the whammy bar or deploy overdrive without risking a mistake, but during this verse I would highly suggest figuring out a two handed approach. Otherwise, hand cramps will likely ensue.

Ultimately, the difficulty of the verses creates an erratic feel to the flow of the song on Pro Keys. When you're not having a chord-induced seizure during the verse, you're playing simple sustained chords during the chorus. This means that scoring is HEAVILY based on your performance during the verses, which makes this quite difficult to 5-star.

Overall, there is a decent fun factor to the chart, but one that if you want to be even decent at, practice mode is a must.
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