azzaman333;4393676 said:No desire for any of this.
Songblade;4393719 said:^ THIS.I listened to all the tracks... why were people clamoring for Pantera so badly? Meh.
dog037;4393683 said:God dammit! I was looking forward to buying Do You Feel Like We Do until I found out it was a live version. Now there’s now way I’m buying that POS. Burn in hell Harmonix.
dlchief58;4393723 said:The live version from Frampton Comes Alive IS the definitive version of the song and the one that gets all the radio playtime. In this case, it is the studio version that is inferior to the live one as it is with all the songs on Frampton Comes Alive.
Catch-22;4393727 said:Again way to miss the sarcasm.
Lord_Mhoram;4393678 said:Just the Frampton for me. Never really liked Pantera.
dog037;4393683 said:God dammit! I was looking forward to buying Do You Feel Like We Do until I found out it was a live version. Now theres now way Im buying that POS. Burn in hell Harmonix.
Soror_YZBL;4393751 said:Dammit Pantera, this beer is warm!
Heavens_Saint;4393731 said:Oh stop being selfish for once, we've been getting nonstop normal mostly based Keyboard stuff, with a lack of Metal, this is the first Metal band to get their own trackpack in Rock Band 3. Get over it, it's one week.
nobunagaspectre;4393778 said:All this Pantera and still nothing from Cowboys from Hell. In all seriousness those tracks would be the most interesting and entertaining for the various instruments. Not complaining though, don't get me wrong. This is good stuff.Now all my greatest desires in the world would be fulfilled if they brought out... wait for it...Some f***ing YES!!! Seriously, the first band that I thought of when Harmonix said they were adding keyboards was Yes. Roundabout will not satiate me for much longer.But enough of my complaining, you people do excellent work. Keep it up!
GAThrawn;4393779 said:The thing is, they had 10 other Pantera songs added prior to this 4-pack. So the 14 Pantera songs (from a metal band that only HARDCORE music listeners know) are now tied with Guns n Roses and have a higher total than bands including: the Doors, Bon Jovi, CCR, Weezer, Bowie, Lennon, Rush, Police, Stevie Ray, REM, Cars, Roy Orbison, Benatar, Johnny Cash, Boston, Fleetwood Mac, Kiss, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ozzy, Talking Heads, McCartney, Foreigner, Metallica (even if I don't really like them), Steve Miller Band, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Dio, Duran Duran, Evanescence, Kansas, REO Speedwagon, Steely Dan, Stevie Nicks, Styx, Allman Brothers, Doobie Brothers, Guess Who, Pretenders, Bad Company, Dream Theater, Elton John, Grand Funk Railroad, Jackson 5, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, Journey, J. Geils, Radiohead, Simon & Garfunkel, Zombies, Aerosmith, Chicago, Def Leppard, Dire Straits, INXS, Meat Loaf, Santana, Run-DMC, Snow Patrol, Tears for Fears, Beach Boys, Band, Cure, Rolling Stones, Whitesnake, and Yes...not to mention the bands they could have tried to secure songs from no matter how much money it'd take to convince them, such as Eagles, Clapton, Van Halen, and Led Zeppelin. As it is, Pantera is about to overtake the Who and Tom Petty.