Feel free to disagree with my post. It just seems that a bulk of the songs coming from the RBN is heavily biased towards being something from the metal genre, and not all that pleasant to sing.
I'm not saying the songs suck, but it would be nice to have a couple of slower songs to give us vocalists a break. Just like you guys want something fun to play on guitar or drum along to, I just want a couple of songs that I still enjoy singing on RB3, available in RB4. I don't think i'm being unreasonable.
There's a tonne of great songs and artists on the RBN that aren't metal, that don't involve screaming our lungs out to sing. Surely we could find some middle ground, or if 4 releases become the norm, have half metal, half non-metal/not hard rock. I'm open to compromise. There should be something for everyone.
The part I'm disagreeing with is that you say that all the songs involve screaming your lungs out, when that just isn't the case. I understand wanting something different, I don't mind that part at all. It's just when you say that all these songs involve screaming your lungs out and are no fun to sing, I have to feel inclined to disagree, since not only do a lot of these songs have no screaming in them at all (even entire weeks where you talked about not wanting to scream your lungs out, when neither of the songs had that, like the week with Nonpoint and Flogging Molly), but in my opinion a lot of these songs are really fun on vocals. Vocals is one of my main instruments, and I actually enjoy singing faster-paced songs over slower songs, so I've been happy with the RBN re-releases thus far.
What I'm trying to say is, I don't mind that you want slower songs, I just don't agree that the songs aren't fun on vocals, and feel the need to point out that not all these songs even have the issues you seem to have with some of these RBN re-releases.