All Day and All of the Night is a song by the British band The Kinks from 1964. It reached #2 on the UK Singles Chart and #7 on the United States Charts. Like their previous hit "You Really Got Me", the song relies on a simple sliding power chord riff, although this song's riff is slightly more complicated, incorporating a B Flat after the chords F and G. Otherwise, the recordings are similar in beat and structure, with similar background vocals, progressions, and guitar solos.
Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Tier 2)
|This song appears as a Cover Version.|
Most of the song consists of repetitive, easy sections. However, the short solo can easily catch a sightreader off guard.
This song's main riff, played twice, can be entered in the game's Cheats section to unlock the Precision Mode cheat. A hint regarding this is given when you beat the Expert career.
|Songs of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith|
|Getting the Band Together|
|All the Young Dudes - Dream Police - Uncle Salty - Draw the Line - Make It|
|First Taste of Success|
|I Hate Myself for Loving You - All Day and All of the Night - Movin' Out - No Surprize - Sweet Emotion|
|The Triumphant Return|
|Complete Control - Personality Crisis - Livin' on the Edge - Rag Doll - Love in an Elevator|
|She Sells Sanctuary - King of Rock - Nobody's Fault - Bright Light Fright - Walk This Way (Run DMC cover)|
|The Great American Band|
|Hard to Handle - Always on the Run - Back in the Saddle - Beyond Beautiful - Dream On|
|Rock N Roll Legends|
|Cat Scratch Fever - Mama Kin - Sex Type Thing - Guitar Battle vs. Joe Perry - Toys in the Attic - Train Kept A-Rollin'|
|Bonus Songs (The Vault)|
|Walk This Way - Rats in the Cellar - Kings and Queens -Combination - Let the Music do the Talking - Shakin My Cage - Pink - Talk Talkin - Mercy - Pandora's Box - Guitar Battle vs. Joe Perry|