rab39;4330952 said:There should be a law against posting "Is it just me" threads unless you have something vaguely original to say.
itzJV;4331117 said:Here's a few recommendations that you may want to check out that isn't just "RAWRRAWR" post-hardcore/metal:Ultra Saturday - Not My Fault, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Markleford;4331284 said:"Is it just me, or do you also think that some people are closed-minded and let major label marketers tell them what to listen to?"Yes.Yes we do.- m
AshtrayHeart;4332221 said:^I personally think all fast food burgers taste awful.
BrodieMike;4330772 said:Does it seem that RBN started out very strongly and has slowly tapered off into being like 90% crap that nobody has heard of or wants?
Blasteroids;4332932 said:Are you telling me that you have listened to the 1000ish tracks on RBN and decided that 900 are crap? In which case you must have purchased 100. That's still impressive, since that would be 100 tracks you would not normally have access to via the normal DLC route.I suspect the average amount of RBN purchased by anyone is less than 100, so in that view the RBN has actually been a big success for you. I fail to see your argument.
rab39;4330952 said:There should be a law against posting "Is it just me" threads unless you have something vaguely original to say.There are 6.9 billion people on the planet so unless you're disproving an Einstein theory it's safe to say that you aren't breaking any new ground.And aside from being a slap in the face to people who love RBN and people who work on RBN your post is just completely wrong. Ween, Evanescense, Attack Attack, and other major bands have all had recent releases through RBN.
Jupiah;4333650 said:There certainly is an awful lot of crap on the Network, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything good still being released. I've actually listened to almost every song on the RBN so far and I've still bought 215 of them. All but maybe 25 of them I had never heard of before. RBN has introduced me to some of my favorite new bands: Amberian Dawn and The Downtown Fiction. I've only regretted one purchase ever, the Splosion Man Theme Song. Bought that simply because I loved that game, ended up hating the song and deleting it though. Thankfully it was only 1 dollar wasted.
AshtrayHeart;4333794 said:Should've gone with "Donuts, Go Nuts!". I lol'd so hard when I saw they released that for RBN.
atalkingfish;4334053 said:If you are expecting 300 of your favorite songs to be in the game, then you are just ungrateful.