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Song: Nugget Man       Karmeleaux
Aw, we've got two of these, one under 'Paul and Storm' and the other under 'Paul & Storm.' Aw.
08.21.11 2:27pm 1 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Song: Up in Arms       "DAT FILL" Karmeleaux
So, I'm not the only person who intentionally misses overdrive to play that fill, right?

I guess nowadays you can switch over to Beatles activation though, huh.
06.03.11 6:15pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Artist: John & Yoko, The Plastic Ono Band       "DLC...." Karmeleaux
Needs less Ono, and needs more Kanno.

I will shut up about this when there is finally Seatbelts DLC.

I will never shut up about this.
12.21.10 5:37am 2 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Song: Hold On Loosely       "A Note on the Harmonies" Karmeleaux
Of course I picked up this song, because it's awesome. And when one of my friends was over, we decided to try harmonies, because this song is awesome.

The harmonies are not awesome. The entire thing is one vocal part, except the 'who told me' before the chorus. I imagine it's not a bad song to sing solo, but as harmonies go it was a HUGE disappointment because there's only one (recurring) part, which easily can be sung by the lead vocalist too.

It's fine to grab it for the vocals, but if you're explicitly looking for good harmony DLC, I know I feel the Bee Gees I grabbed was amazing, the Bon Jovi I grabbed was pretty good, and I imagine pretty much all the Queen next week will set a new high.
12.06.10 4:43pm 2 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Song: Light My Fire       "Wait..." Karmeleaux
So the 'awkward guitar part' you guys keep going on about is the part before the solo? That's not awkward. That's just sliding. You guys.
11.09.10 7:14pm 3 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Artist: The Von Bondies       "Von Bondies Fun Facts" Karmeleaux
Jack White helped kickstart their career, and also he beat the crap out of the lead singer in a bar once.

04.17.10 8:36am 0 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Artist: Bill Bruford's Earthworks       "For the Uninformed" Karmeleaux
Bill Bruford was also the original drummer for Yes, playing on their first five albums. He has also played with a number of other bands, notables including King Crimson and Genesis.

Dude's a pretty good drummer, is what I'm saying.
04.15.10 6:22am 2 Replies | Reply 0 Relevance
Song: Cream and Bastards Rise       "This song is free on their site, just so you know" Karmeleaux
Along with the rest of the album:

Cream and Bastards Rise is probably the best suited for Rock Band (well, maybe Cool James), but to me Moral Centralia and Little Round Mirrors are far stronger songs.

I'm not sure if this is relevant enough for a discussion topic, but it's good and it's free so I'm going to try pushing it here and seeing what happens.

While we're here, for some relevance: The title of the song "Cream and Bastards Rise" is a quote by Paul Newman's character in Harper (1966), according to Wikipedia. Now you know.
04.14.10 10:24am 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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