- Wes J.
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Pollyn - Gave It Up
It's not a particularly intensive song, by any means. I have only played the guitar track thusfar, but the other instruments don't appear to be anything that may attract the difficulty hawks. Still, I picked it up due to hearing the preview sample and being intrigued by the sound. If I enjoy listening to the song while playing it, be it an expert romp or something a little more Sunday Drive-like, then I make a frequent choice.
It's a neat song and I'd recommend it to just about anyone.
I'm not even lying; my favorite song outside of the ones I've authored for RGS is Alias Unknown's "Top Back". I became a fan of it very early on in the playtesting cycle, and it's great to see them stepping out of the box to bring a wide variety of music to the platform. (It helps that the song doesn't suck, either -- I love the darkside bell riff they charted to guitar!)
Other than that, additional favorites have been Juke Joint Jezebel (an old favorite I was pleased to see show up), You're My Everything (very synth-poppy and fun to play), Approach the Podium (stunning metal), Love During Wartime (probably my favorite of the multitudes of Main Drag tracks), Not My Fault (insanely fun on bass), and The Heist (all around epic!).
The Complexity of Light - by Children of Nova
Seriously, I couldn't stop smiling the first time I played this song. Giving off a very progressive and experimental vibe the band reminds of several other prog bands but has their own defining sound. The drum chart is one of my favorites to play and the guitar and bass charts are interesting. I'm not a very good vocalist and did rather terribly on medium hahaha.
Oh and this song inspired me to go to their website and buy the album.
Last edited by TheUnrivaled; 03-07-2010 at 08:07 PM.
I just got done playing "Sissyfuss" by Surprise Me Mr. Davis on guitar and bass. Out of all the launch day songs this one is by far my favorite. I like playing both equally and I think the tiering is pretty acurate. I gave this song 5 lighters for both guitar and bass and highly recommend anybody pick it up.
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Not only is "Complexity of Light" the standout track for me among many excellent others at RBN launch, I would say it is now one of my 10 favorite Rock Band tracks (on guitar) out of the more than 500 I own. I also love the sound...kinda reminiscent of The Mars Volta but less indulgent and with their own unique touch...and I plan to check out more of their stuff.
Turn Yourself Around by Nick Gallant is the funkiest song on the RBN so far and it is a lot of fun on the guitar - not hard, just fun. I haven't tried it out on the other instruments yet, but I would definately reccommend checking it out.
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White Heat- Cetan Clawson and the Soul Side
Sorry I dont have the tierrings on this song, but I certainly recommend this song for anyone who plays guitar or drums. This was an early preview song for Rhythm Authors that had always caught my fancy. Only problem is that it is too short and leaves you wanting for more.
WGG Radio- SgtDill- Sting never saw a song where he didn't think, "You know, I think it would be better with 2 more minutes of chorus at the end."
"Fade Away" - Of Last Resort
This is easily my favorite guitar song out of the 15 or so songs I purchased. The riff during the chorus is incredibly fun. The solo is challenging, but not finger cramps challenging. And you really feel accomplished if you can hit the part right before the first and second choruses.
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