HMX, I love you. You introduced me to my favorite band, The Beatles. And now you're making a game for my first favorite, Green Day. Thank you so much
Guitar = Back In The U.S.S.R
Bass = ISHST
Drum = I Wanna Be Your Man (No, not the EndeverafteR version)
Vocal = I Me Mine
Eh? Eh? Eh?. Ayyyyyyyyyy!
LOVED Green Day: Rock Band
Recent DLC: My Chemical Romance 2 Pack
Won't Remove Until Weird Al is DLC
This really shows how subjective the vocal difficulty is. A lot of these songs are some of my favourites to sing, and I can sing them a lot better than the others...I Me Mine in particular is very easy for my friends and I; we could probably get a complete vocal FC on Expert and we usually play on Medium.
Upgrade for Harmonies:
2. Opening Band
3. Tenacious D songs
Upgrade for Keyboard:
1. The Cars
2. Opening Band
3. The Who songs
Guitar: Mr. Kite, just because of the solo.
Bass: Helter Skelter, I guess. Not really sure though... I Saw Her Standing There is also pretty fast.
Drums: What Goes On. I know there's supposedly no booing in this game, but I swear to God I heard it when I was playing (or rather, failing) this song on expert. Managed to get through it though. But I swear the Shea crowd was booing me.
Vocals: Helter Skelter. Easily. It's the only song where I actually flunked out on expert vocals. Probably because I'm better at singing the softer songs, especially George's.
Drums: What Goes On
Guitar: All You Need Is Love
Vocals: either Paperback Writer or I've Got A Feeling
Strange that some people find Taxman harder than Helter Skelter on Bass.
Drums: What Goes On (What the hell, Ringo?)
Guitar: Get Back (Screw that 4-5time diddeldi sound after "Get Baaack!")
Bass: Helter Skelter
Vocals: I've Got A Feeling
For me, it's...
Guitar: Dear Prudence (the hammer-ons kill my wrist)
Bass: Helter Skelter/I Saw Her Standing There
Drums: I Wanna Be Your Man/What Goes On/Birthday (the bass drum kicks my ass)
Vocals: Lovely Rita
Taxman and Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite solos are probably the hardest parts of the game.
I Me Mine is still the only one I can't get gold on guitar. So, I guess that one.
Guitar: Dear Prudence.
Bass: Helter Skelter.
Drums: Birthday. (The bass pedal really hurt half way through)
Vocals: The End. (The 'love you' parts in the middle catch me out every time)