AlexFlame;3798569 said:Hey Ozone. Is there any way that you can get Blue (Da Ba Dee) on the PS3 as soon as possible when it releases? Cause I really want that song! Please?
TubaDude49;3798746 said:Ozone, I took your advice and contacted SEGA about the Crush 40 tracks. I won't go into any detail about it here, as saying anything else concerning it would be private, but if you need to know anymore, PM me.
TheOzone;3801167 said:I'm sort of shocked there's been absolutely zero reaction to me posting a Sophie B. Hawkins song in playtesting today.I now have two Grammy-nominated artists testing, with one of the songs being a nominated song.
Lord_of_Sushi;3804888 said:Looks like there's some pretty nice releases coming up (especially "Done" and "Blue (Da Ba Dee)". Now the only thing I have to do is wait for "Five More Minutes" and the Ron Wasserman songs to be brought over to the PS3.By the way, would it be OK to contact a band and, if they were interested in RBN, refer them to you?
RingmasterJ5;3844446 said:I'm new to the Rock Band forums, but I might be able to get you someone big. It probably won't happen, but this person has expressed intrest in RB/GH, and probably hasn't heard of RBN. There is probably no WAY that this person would say no if I actually find a WAY to contact this person. I repeat:no W A Y.(hint,hint)
General Lein979;3848592 said:Such subtly you have. People have tried and failed.
TubaDude49;3848602 said:Actually, I don't get it, perhaps I've never heard of the band, or I just can't understand the acronym, but could you say who it is?
General Lein979;3848605 said:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Way
Kariodude;3850262 said:Unless you're a good friend of WAY you probably can't get him. He does know about the RBN because he's already been contacted and nothing has happened yet. It's sorta at that point where either a good friend of his would have to push him in that direction or Harmonix would have to contact him themselves.
T-Hybrid;3850995 said:Soulja Boy is coming to Rock Band?
RedIon1992;3850371 said:The issue with Weird Al would be the fact that his most popular songs (and thus the ones that would sell) are not fully owned by him - they all use the melodies of other tunes, by other songwriters.