Song Info
Released October 30, 2012 for Rock Band
Sublime 01
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Genre: Reggae/Ska
Album: Sublime (1996)

Instrument Rating Difficulty Video
Full Band

Other Versions
Wrong Way (Rocksmith)
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Horn solo! Poinkish
The only thing you need to know about this song is that you play nothing at all for the first half, and then there's a kick-ass horns solo halfway through that's pretty nuts, having you quickly scrape your fingers repeatedly up the keyboard from orange to red for a bit, whilst throwing in some fun note zig-zagging too. Then you play a bit of brisk horn playing towards the end, and that's all you get. If there was a LOT more horn playing in this song, I'd easily bump this up to a 3-4 but unfortunately you only get a little taste, and it's far too late into the song.

Sadly, I'd say pass unless you like the song keys players!
10.30.12 3:23pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
This bass.... it's not going the wrong way! Poinkish
A pretty jammin' bass riff that I like to describe as a "Staircase" riff, for the most part you'll be steadily descending down the fretboard from Green to orange, playing each note twice before moving down to the next one, it's an energetic, fast paced riff that's pretty fun to play, and there's even a fair few deviations from the main pattern, throwing in smaller shorter bursts of notes between the main riff, with some fun little two note hammer-ons that reside at the blue/orange end of the fretboard.

Worth getting fer sure!
10.30.12 3:12pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Gasp! A Ska riff that's actually fun!? Poinkish
Yup, never thought I'd see the day, when a fast paced ska song would actually be fun to play. Throughout you'll be playing the stereotypical Ska riff that switches between single notes and chords at a brisk pace one after the other, but it's at a much more managable speed than the likes of say "Come On Eileen", and "Why Can't We Be Friends", and there's even a fair bit of variety, throwing in some pretty tricky 3 note chord switches too that require you to move down the neck a lot.

The fact that you also get brief gaps to relax also adds to the songs playability unlike it's ska brethren. Get it.
10.30.12 3:08pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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