|Appears in||Guitar Hero World Tour|
|Tier||Will Heilm's Keep|
The song was first released by The Police in their fourth album, Ghost in the Machine (1981). Sting first re-recorded it for the soundtrack to the 1993 film of the same name, which starred Sylvester Stallone in the main role.
Guitar Hero World Tour (Will Heilm's Keep)
|This song appears as a Master Track.|
Guitar - 12. Will Heilm's Keep (England)
Bass - 12. Will Heilm's Keep (England)
Band - 12. Will Heilm's Keep (England)
This song is notable for its interesting slide sections. The slide sections look, hard, but are actually very easy if you hold the green button with your left hand, and tap out the rest of the notes on the tap pad. If you don't have the GH:WT controller, you can tap regularly or muscle through it like regular hammer-ons. It's easier than other similar sequences in previous versions of the game because even if you miss a note, you don't have to strum to keep going. The rest of the song is easy, however there is a short slide section later on that is similar to "Raining Blood's" first solo, but not as fast.
This song is pretty tough on bass. It could make your hands burn after a minute or two on expert. On hard, its not as bad. Sting plays this song on bass in real life, so the bassline is even more prominent as well as the vocals.
100% on Expert