DragoonXD;3682295 said:No. There are some official DLC songs even that you can't get five or gold stars on because of the amount of notes and overdrive activations, etc.
taylorlee;3695982 said:I hope this song sells well.Songs that are good musically but rather simplistic to play within the scope of the game are such fragile creatures. I'd like to see more of that supported, lest the RBN be flooded by death metal bands with devil-heads everything except for vocals.Song was a breath of fresh air, although it's disappointing that it cannot be five starred on bass. At least Rock Band 2 fails at showing bass scores/stars anyways, so it's not a decidedly trackable issue yet.
mogwaimon;3696273 said:You know, I agree. I love my death metal and intricate fretwork, but sometimes I don't feel like blistering me fingers and just wanna get lost in the music. I find a lot of the RB1 songs are good for it...and in RBN You're A Wolf - Sea Wolf and Midnight Ride - Midnight Riders are go tos for me. I will have to try this track too...
dmbdaw;3697909 said:The Funeral is like that too. Mellowing out is a good thing...glad I'm not alone.
taylorlee;3697461 said:Both this track, Summertime Rolls and Up The Beach (Jane's Addiction), and Oceans and Release (Pearl Jam) are really great atmospheric tunes that are easy enough to play when you're half-asleep and just want to listen to something more melodic.In fact, aside from Ocean Size, those two are the only Jane's Addiction songs I've picked up. I have an affinity for quiet and easy songs in the game.