"Love Spreads" is a song by The Stone Roses, released in November 1994 as the first single from their second album Second Coming. The record was a number two hit in the UK, the highest peak for any song by the band, as well as the only Stone Roses song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay, charting at number 55, making the song their most commercially successful track. It showcased a bolder, edgier direction for the Roses' sound, especially John Squire's Led Zeppelin-tinged guitars.
On Guitar, the song is one of the harder to FC songs, not harder songs per se, though. The reason for this is all the HOPO's, and some are in tricky patterns. It is a very fun song to play, however, and a fan favorite on Guitar Hero World Tour
On Bass, the song is not as hard as it is on guitar, but it is pretty tricky. It has alot of open note-note combinations, but once you get the hang of it with practice, it won't seem as hard.
On Drums, it is one of the harder songs to FC, mostly because of the bass drum patterns. There is a video on Youtube entitled "BEST Hand/Foot Coordination Song For Drummers In Rock Band" as it shows Love Spreads. It still helps as its the same chart.
For Vocals, its pretty hard. Its not as hard as a Queen song or as Never Too Late by The Answer, but its up there. Mostly because you have to hit a couple of odd notes, but with a few tries and maybe getting vocal tips can help you with this.
Guitar - 18. Sunna's Chariot (Asgard)
Bass - 15. Tesla's Coil (Australia)
Drums - 18. Sunna's Chariot (Asgard)
Vocals - Recording Studio (Canada)
Band - 18. Sunna's Chariot (Asgard)