These guys are playing all 500 someodd songs in Rock Band. Cheer them on!
N.B. They're ending with "Those About To Rock" from the AC/DC pack. EPIC!!!
First off and most importantly, my 21st Bitrthday! I want... uh... I don't know...a...multi-effects pedal? Any of these? Something Awful forum account? AC/DC track- Listen, I don't even have PayPal or GoogleAds, so I don't expect anything from you guys (all 3 of you).
Also, 2 things I won't even DARE to mention yet, since that usually jinxes them.
But more importantly, Tier 4. I haven't finished Limelight or Creep yet, but we can also vote on the DLC song! REMINDER: My choice for DLC song was Coheed and Cambria's "Ten Speed", because I love my brother for some reason, and that's his favorite song. And the lead singer has a funny voice.
"Saints Of Los Angeles" by Motley Crue- I don't really listen to Motley Crue, but it's interesting, since the Rock Band sales of this song were higher than other. traditional media.
"Going Mobile" by The Who- Because I wanted a Who song, damn it!
"Dammit" by Blink 182- Huh, how well that fits together. Yeah, Blink 182 fan here.
"3s and 7s" by Queens Of The Stone Age- I'll delve more into this if you vote for it or when I get to Guitar Hero 3, but note that this is a Tier 7 song in GH3.
"Bang A Gong (Get It On)" by T. Rex- Ever hear one of those songs all the time and can never put a name to it? Yeah, this is that song for me. Plus it'll get some Glam up in this.
"Dr. Feelgood" by Motley Crue- Someone reccommended this song (not for the experiment, just in General), and I like it. I now have a new name for...uh...nevermind...
"Hard To Handle" by The Black Crowes- Another song I hear all the time, love, but didn't know the title until Rock Band came along.
"Mr. Brightside" by The Killers- Radio-ready classic, that I'm 99.99% sure cribs "Ode To Joy"
"Rock n' Roll Band" by Boston- The only thing that disturbs me is that it sounds kinda like "Peace of Mind". Anything from Boston's self-titled album is gold though.
"Wonderwall" by Oasis- The basis for Green Day's "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams", and it sounds so similar, the two songs got mashed up into an awesome mix called Boulevard Of Broken Songs. The most accessible version (can't be bother to find a download link) is this cool video on NewGrounds.
"Stop!" by Against Me!- I have never heard this song I just picked it out at random
"Toxicity" by System Of A Down- See above.