Kariodude;4244308 said:Speaking of things I can't talk about. OMGYOUTUBEGUITARPLAYERAWESOMENESSINCOMING! That's all I can say at the moment. Enjoy guessing.
Kariodude;4244308 said:OMGYOUTUBEGUITARPLAYERAWESOMENESSINCOMING! That's all I can say at the moment. Enjoy guessing.
Gigakoops;4257416 said:Wait, I just went on your Twitter, and I saw this:"Yes We! Yes We Can"Does this mean what I think it does?!?EDIT: This was on KarioDude, not KarioCharts. Nevermind.
Evolus;4263344 said:A smart move. I don't think anyone would actually download that song, except maybe you.
Gigakoops;4263482 said:If he would have said he was working on it, I would troll him. I was hoping it meant nothing.
Kariodude;4265200 said:Of course I thought for sure that we would get Six if we ever got All That Remains. 9 songs available and none of them are Six.
jeccaneko;4309938 said:Don't get discouraged. You'll hear no a lot, but every time you get a yes, it is a step toward bringing great songs to Rock Band.
TubaDude49;4309976 said:Yep, from my personal experience..."That would be awesome, I love you man..." "We are not [Band Name Witheld], we are their publicity team. We don't give out contact information to anyone." "Client email [email witheld] not valid"(Website wasn't updated in five years either) "Sorry, there were negotions with HMX and [label witheld] last year that fell through" "We'd be happy to help whoever get that on to the RBN. Contact me at..." "I'd love to help you, but we don't own the rights to that song anymore" "Lets do it" So, while you'll go through a lot of dissapointment of rejection, sometimes the best thing you can hear, and what I hear most often is, "We're working on it"
TubaDude49;4310472 said:Yeah, a lot of that, especially from the labels. At least your rejections wern't jerks like some certain band that has a game in the opposite franchise...