toymachine
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Variety Pack XI – $9.99

* Bombay Bicycle Club “Your Eyes”
* Escape The Fate “This War is Ours (The Guillotine Part II)” – Drop C
* George Strait “All My Ex’s Live in Texas” - Alt. Lead
* The Flaming Lips “She Don’t Use Jelly”
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texx1986 said:
go listen to elton john then pantera kicks even gods ass
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Karmeleaux
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More country is cool to see, though I certainly have songs I'd prefer more. Not the last week of DLC yet though. Really still confused by what they deem worth alt-charting, no idea why we don't see the fiddle on either lead part.

She Don't Use Jelly is cool to see, definitely prefer it to play over Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1, but it's still middle of the road to play at best. If I had my choice One More Robot/Sympathy 300-21 would the only one I care about because that's a tasty bass lick, but I think it'd probably be driven into the ground by the end.

Speaking of getting weak at the end, Your Eyes is a blast to play and listen to for the first half, then kinda keeps going. Still I enjoy it and recommend it if it's your style, I learned Shuffle from the Sleepy Dogs soundtrack which I'd love to see as well. I wouldn't be surprised if they do more, from the two songs I now know they seem into having guitar play the vocal part so like it was made for Rocksmith.

I ain't tunin' down to D Drop C yet, I'll letcha know when I get there by the end of the year.

Overall, quite a variety indeed.
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