Dizzy Mizz Lizzy  Dover  Guano Apes  More Miley Cyrus
 The Rasmus  The Veronicas  More Volbeat
And I agree that there are songs that are harder on hard, at least certain parts of. Take Sky Is Falling, for example. The constant bass during most of the song on expert is much easier than the half of them removed. Alternating GO RG GO is harder than constant bass, in my experience.
So far the only chart I've come across that feels genuinely broken/wrong on Hard is Jumper '09. Just after the 10% mark (checked in Practice mode) there's a string of snare hits that are completely uncharted. They're charted fully in Expert and represented in Medium (albeit in simplified form, of course) but they're simply missing in Hard mode. It's mind-blowing. Please, someone else back me up on this.
Last edited by LuigiHann; 06-04-2010 at 12:32 AM.
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I can't go above Medium on Drums, and I'm not too good at that difficulty level. Then again, I don't think I've played Drums on Rock Band since RBN released...
I just cannot grasp Hard and Expert difficulty. I need an extra finger on my hand. And before you go saying "It's not that hard, just slide your fingers!" I really am not that capable.
anyway, all the RBN songs I own I would consider myself completely happy with the easy and medium charts. The RBN authors do a great job on them.
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I've been playing with friends/coworkers a lot lately and I'm the only one who plays expert. Last Train to Awesometown, Motorcide, and Bra Off Party On have become regular novelty favorites. We play Bodies quite a bit too. Other RBN tracks get plays once in a while as well.
Seriously, I'm not taking the link out of my sig until we've got Dethklok.