TheKrazyKatzzz;553985 said:You know, if one of us mastered bass, another mastered vox, another mastered guitar, and another mastered drums, and then we coordinated to all play to a Muse song at the same time, it'd be like we were in RB...
Muse13;554230 said:Muse should have packages, a couple songs from each of their Cd's. All these songs have a great guitar, drums, bass lines, and challenging vocals. These are the songs that I think would be the best to play on Rockband.Muse Packages:Black holes Package:Knights of CydoniaAssassinMap of the ProblematiqueAbsolution Package:HysteriaThe Small PrintStockholm SyndromeOrigin Package:Hyper MusicDarkshinesBlissPlug in Baby*Microcuts*Showbiz Package:Muscle MuseumCaveUnoMisc Package:The GrooveFuryFuturismCrying Shame*
Muse13;554230 said:[...]Plug in Baby*Microcuts*[...]Crying Shame*
Killbasa;554336 said:You know... I've been thinking about learning the guitar. I want to be able to pretend I'm playing RB... even when I'm not near my PS3.
Sveppi;555075 said:I'm guessing that it means something along the lines of "not sure i'd have it instead of another track". It's only noted on tracks that exceed the "three pack set up"
vicious136;555137 said:LOL that really puts this whole RB & GH phenomenon in perspective.
TakeABow;555865 said:And people say that being able to pick up a plastic guitar and press buttons to make notes is killing the desire to actually play guitar.
S1ckH4nds;555876 said:I'm telling ya. As soon as I get my tax refund, I plan on hitting up Guitar Center and picking up a beginner's bass and amp. I'm trying to convince my bandmate to buy a set of drums with hers, or failing that, to actually learn how to play the guitar she already owns.
LinkStrifeLeonhart;555643 said:Hey, another Muse lover here. I'm not quite as 'crazy' as some others, but I have done my fair share to convert my peers to the path of Muse. I can't quite pinpoint which song I'd like, but Plug In Baby is definitely near the top. Many others would be great as well and I can't wait to get Hysteria.
vicious136;555944 said:Welcome to the party! It's good to see some more Muse love.Hey, have you guys seen http://www.musewiki.org before? I just stumbled upon it today. It's pretty crazy. My favorite part: they've got full summaries of practically every concert Muse has played, complete with photos of the setlists and even transcripts of their on stage bantor. Muse fans are scary! LOL
Bonez;554868 said:That's pretty sweet, but how could you forget New Born in the Origin pack? :eek:
xdoctorblindx;556554 said:this thread has more posts then any other thread on this forum...is hmx getting the point?
vicious136;555944 said:Hey, have you guys seen http://www.musewiki.org before? I just stumbled upon it today. It's pretty crazy. My favorite part: they've got full summaries of practically every concert Muse has played, complete with photos of the setlists and even transcripts of their on stage bantor. Muse fans are scary! LOL
Sveppi;556595 said:I suggested the site a few (well, tens) of pages ago. Got washed away in the post flood Love that site though, like reading about the gigs and stories behind songs and albums.
vicious136;556741 said:I think I remember that. It was so many pages ago! I'm a little slow on the uptake when it comes to internet things. As a side note, I'm listening to a bada$$ bootleg recording of the Muse concert I went to last Sept here in Seattle. It is awesome!!! I found it on the musewiki site.
stxbomber191;556996 said:For the love of God, 109 pages! Wow!I think an album or a 6 pack is in order.Maybe a greatest hits compilation, like:New BornPlug In BabyThe Small PrintCitizen ErasedCaveMuscle MuseumStockholm SyndromeShowbizThoughts of a Dying AtheistAnd maybe a 3 pack of their mainstream songs:StarlightKnights of CydoniaHysteriaEven though the first one would be better.