I only said it had the most playing, and it does. It's the only one that goes for the entire song.
But it is literally static single notes and four-note chords. It's still a bit boring for someone of MMB's caliber.
Currently shooting for the top 10 total Pro Keys ranks on 360.
Yeah, a song can still be boring even if it has constant playing and a song where you only play at certain parts can be tons of fun.
Well I still want it cause I love the song. I just wanted to watch the chart cause I don't have the MSP right now to buy it.
Last edited by MagicMurderBag7; 10-09-2012 at 12:39 PM.
Tubbs has a new home
I'm gonna buy all three because I want to do my impression of the singer's contortions while I FC I Ran.
Also, it's hard to pass on a song that will net nearly a quarter of a million points. :P
I'll get the Squire because I like both of those songs. I'm sure that I'll have fun playing them online even if there are huge breaks in them.
IMO, songs like these, with minimalist parts, are ideal for those who like to multitask.
| PSN: ZigZag2005 | Runnin' on Empty! |
Okay so here is the final scoop on these three songs for me.
Stroke. I loved the song back in the day and saw Billy in concert when this was at its peak in popularity. It was not fun to play on pro keys. Oh well, I downloaded the upgrade as well so maybe the guitar part will be more fun. FC'd it on sight read.
Everybody Wants You. This wasn't as bad as Stroke. Another song I like as a listener and I'm not unhappy that it's in my library even if it isn't exactly the most fun to play. Got nearly 5 stars on sight read but I'm sure I can FC it after a few plays.
Now for the one everyone was waiting for, I Ran by Lox and Bagels....er I mean Flock of Seagulls.
I couldn't resist writing like a worm on a hook and singing along in a sarcastic manner as I played through this one. As I guessed it is mostly one note a whole step above another note and so on. I was wrong about it being G to F, it's actually A to G but I don't have perfect pitch to sue me.
I got an FC on it for my sight read even while warbling and pretending to have a slow motion convulsion throughout. In spite of the surprisingly present major chords with an octave above the roots (when I saw them I bellowed for the amusement of my daughter who was watching me, "Oh no an A major chord! However will I cope?") Sorry about being so mean, but this song always bugged me. To be honest I don't think I have ever enjoyed I Ran more than I did during that play. I'm sure I will be playing it again (as I tend to play with randoms online) and I'm not really bothered by it as much as I rip on the song. At least I do get to play from beginning to end (as pointed out by jibjqrkl earlier).
On the whole I give Stroke a D-
Everbody Wants you a C-
and I Ran a C (for being so goofable and still FCable at the same time).
Last edited by skyp1e; 10-09-2012 at 03:18 PM.