Alright_Computer;561166 said:There's no way I could get the much $$. Well, I could sell my memories for 15 pounds per year, but I'd have to keep the bad days.
Bubblegum;562797 said:Sweet, free videos. Also, Stockholm Syndrome? YES. On my list of must-haves.Also-also, Glorious.Only way we'd get it would be if Harmonix dressed up in the big red fat guy suit and decided to give us the Japanese version of Black Holes and Revelations, but quite personally, I think it'd be awesome, as would any version of Black Holes.Thoughts?
fusionfox;563399 said:It's the Muse puns that we all come here for really
TakeABow;563613 said:Glorious is a pretty sweet song. On a side note. Why do the Japanese CD's come with bonus tracks?
Alright_Computer;563631 said:Yeah, really.:DI think it's because the Japanese have to pay more for CD's, so it's actually cheaper for them to buy the imports. This way they have incentive to buy the domestic version. Although it's probable that on at least some titles that more Japanese versions are sold to Americans than Japanese.P.S. Glorious isn't Japan-exclusive, it's also on the American iTunes version. There are two versions for some reason, and one of them has Glorious.
Originally released only on the Japanese version and the iTunes Store pre-order version, the song was later added to a second release of the album on iTunes. It is listed as "Album Only" with a digital booklet, unique for the second release as well. The song was also released in the UK as the B-side to the 7" version of the Invincible single.
Bonez;561275 said:That price is insane...but I'm sure it's worth every penny once you play it.
TakeABow;563655 said:Hmm. I know is wasn't on iTunes when BHaR was first released, I guess there was enough demand for Glorious.
Bubblegum;564014 said:Holy crap that's an expensive guitar. :eek:Very intricate, though. But I don't see why they'd skip out on the helpful little fretboard markers. They can take interesting and theme-fitting forms, and without them the frets all look the same.Then again, if you have $30,000 to spend on a guitar, I'm sure you could get the fretboard customized.
vicious136;564082 said:Yea I'm not sure why they did nothing with the fretboard either. Other Dragon models (this is the "2000" model) /i've seen have had super intricate inlay all the way up the fretboard. If I had $30,000 to spend on a guitar, I'd buy that Manson M1D1 and a new car ^_^
vicious136;563828 said:Ahem:PRS Dragon = $30,000
xbadx1233;565043 said:For those who are interested, we are now the SECOND most popular thread as of my post!
Alright_Computer;565143 said:Q: Can we get to #1?A: Yes.Q: Should there be more Muse in the game?A: Yes.Q: Does Harmonix get it?A: Apparently not yet.
TakeABow;565239 said:Working on #1.Harmonix may get it, now lets just hope they can convince Helium3/Warner to let them have an album or two.
stxbomber191;565313 said:I'm dying for a couple Muse packs, but I'm afraid they won't be coming until June or so.Otherwise, they will undercut Hysteria as a European exclusive. Or maybe they will release a Metallica/Qotsa/Police esque Muse pack along with the European release.
stxbomber191;565315 said:Also, I will continue to post here constantly until Harmonix wises up.
TuesdaysGone;565461 said:Muse in Rock Band is a huge win.
vicious136;565654 said:Changed my cell phone ring to New Born today. I really think that song needs to be in RB. And to be honest, I don't even think they need to map the piano intro to anything. It can just be an intro like the one in Foreplay/Longtime or Won't Get Fooled Again. In fact, I think it'd be better that way because that build up is freakin' awesome!
TakeABow;565693 said:Whenever there is a song with a piano/synth intro before the guitar kicks in, it is far more dramatic if the guitar player doesn't play until the guitar part actually begins. New Born would not be an exception.Anyone else have Muse Ringtones? Mine is the solo from Invincible (the H.A.A.R.P. version).
Bubblegum;566189 said:If I had a functioning cellphone, I'd have a Muse song as my ringtone. Maybe New Born or Hysteria or Invincible or Muscle Museum or... eh, if I had a cellphone and it played me a Muse clip whenever someone called it, I'd probably never answer it. ._.; I'd be a happy camper, though.I agree that the guitar in New Born shouldn't be mapped until there's guitar to map. As much as I love the keyboard intro, it probably wouldn't be fun on the guitar controller. Plus, all the other band members are doing stuff for the introduction, and the guitar player always sees so much action in all the other songs that it's probably time the others had their time to shine.Plus, the rest of the song would totally make up for it. The song is six minutes, and the guitar comes in somewhere around 1:30, which leaves four minutes and thirty seconds for the guitarist to go nuts (longer than the average Rock Band song, probably, definitely if you take out curve-skewers like Green Grass and High Tides.). And New Born would be a fun guitar song.It's a definite must for Rock Band.But I'd like to hear the crowd sing along to the chorus. That'd be awesome.Speaking of which, the chorus of Hysteria would be awesome with a crowd sing-along. If it's coming on the European disc, maybe we'll get it here.Though, compared to having Muse in the game, crowd sing-alongs are small potatoes.
Kotrl;566512 said:Muse only has 3 members (+that extra guy on Live performances) but I guess it would work because Bellamy sings and plays guitar.
TakeABow;566754 said:Two extra guys actually. Morgan Nicholls - keyboards, synthesisers, backing vocals.Dan Newell trumpet