Jump to content

Avatar

KISS - "I've Had Enough (Into the Fire)"


KISS I've Had Enough (Into the Fire)

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Auto/CAT)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (3)

Band:
Guitar:
Drums:
Vocals:
Bass:
Keys:
Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

GUITAR: Freewaymad
 



9 Comments

Avatar
InJohnWeTrust
April 18, 2019
Thank you so much for digging deep into the KISS catalog! The songs are awesome. I cannot wait to see what comes next. Thank you thank you thank you!
Avatar
AJFOne23
April 18, 2019

Thank you so much for digging deep into the KISS catalog! The songs are awesome. I cannot wait to see what comes next. Thank you thank you thank you!

 

it is a deep catalog and I enjoy introducing to you people

Avatar
jesskell51
April 20, 2019

Thank you for this! Here's me hoping for No, No, No to be the next release! ;-)

Avatar
AJFOne23
April 20, 2019

Thank you for this! Here's me hoping for No, No, No to be the next release! ;-)

 

You'll have to convince mister Freewaymad. He's my 80's guitar god for KISS 

"Nothing and No One is Stopping Me Now!"

 

This song flat out kicks ass! Whenever I go through one of my "healthy phases" and start any kind of work-out routine, this is the first song on my playlist and it always does the trick. No matter how much I'm dragging ass and don't feel like exercising, I pop this one on, crank it up to 11 and within a minute the blood starts pumping and I'm off to the races. Yet another fantastic KISS song that I never thought I'd ever get to play in RB...amazing!

Do you intend for a ton of fast guitar notes to be forced strums instead of HOPOs in the solos? Becuase many are.

Avatar
Freewaymad
April 23, 2019

Thank you for this! Here's me hoping for No, No, No to be the next release! ;-)

 

 

You'll have to convince mister Freewaymad. He's my 80's guitar god for KISS 

Thought you all would want to know, Freewaymad would be up for doing the guitar for KISS - No No No. So there isn't much convincing over on this end. No No No is a kick ass tune.

Avatar
AJFOne23
April 23, 2019

Do you intend for a ton of fast guitar notes to be forced strums instead of HOPOs in the solos? Becuase many are.

 

to quote the charter of the guitar track Mr. Freewaymad:

 

"Okay, I will walk you through this. The opening solo is straightforward.
 
Bar 12 - is picked, because it follows a sustained note.
 
Bar 13 - is picked, because it is the same note as the previous note. If you play guitar, you can hear it. 
 
Bar 13.2, 15, and 17 - are all picked, because they follow a sustained note.
 
What the comment seems to be about, is in the main solo. Mark St. John plays his solos on this track in sequences basically strung together (like a lot of other guitarists do). Here is the run down of the main solo:
 
Bar 92 - is actually picked, because St. John is basically doing the sequence again.
 
Bar 93 - is picked, because it follows a sustained note, and thus, another sequence.
 
Bar 94 - I'll admit is a tricky one, but honestly, it, too, is picked. This time the sequence is running up the fret board.
 
Bar 95.3 - same as bar 93.
 
Bars 98.4 and 98.4.50 - are both picked (two in a row, I know).
 
Bars 99.2.25, 99.4.25, 100.2.25, and 101 - same as bar 93.
 
Bar 102.3.50 - is picked with the wammy bar at the same time.
 
Bar 103 - same as bar 93.
 
I've gone over this, again, very carefully to make sure I did not miss anything. So, based on the above, no changes are necessary. This is at five dot (borderline devil heads) for a reason. It's not an easy track to play. "

Yeah, I was just wondering. IMO it's a borderline case between accuracy and viability in gameplay but it's not so quiiiiite fast enough that I think it's unreasonable to force the strums.