FritzyKatz's Rock Band 5 Wishlist (With Tiers & DLC)

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  • Would that mangaka happen to be Hidenori Kusaka, and would the manga happen to be Pokemon Special?
  • @JimmyLethal Thank you for giving me my 500th Like. :)

    But to answer your question: No, it ain't Hidenori Kusaka. The mangaka's series started in 1994, which was before the Pokémon franchise made it's debut to the world, and it's still going. The anime based on his series is currently in it's 27th Season in Japan.

    I'll give you a hint on the manga's main protagonist: A teenage high school detective who was turned into little boy by a mysterious drug developed by a criminal organization with two men in black that he met at a amusement park, and helps a washed-up detective solve nearly impossible crimes with gadgets.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    "Them Bones" comparison

    You got extremely close to Harmonix this time, with no radical differences, so good job! The only instrument you differed on was bass (being one dot off), and everything else was spot-on. Having played it earlier today, I can say that HMX's tiers are pretty solid. Guitar is easily the star of the show, but I was still able to FC it (the fast G/R/Y riff during the solo was somehow pretty doable) and it's easy chord progressions outside of the solo. Drums and bass are pretty straightforward with minimal curveballs. The only parts that almost caught me off guard were the two faster rolls on drums, but I eventually figured those out.

    Here's the two-way comparison with you and @JimmyLethal. He actually tiered everything a dot higher than you except for guitar, which I think is a bit much, personally.
  • Reposting a Weekly DLC that has been posted before that has been deleated, once again... (I Really hate that "Your Message will Appear After It's been Approved" Message. It never follows through... Never! :# )

    =DLC for July Week 4=
    Next is a Set of three Singles representing the Grunge Genre. Developed in the mid 1980s in Seattle, it became popular when Nirvana entered the mainstream with Nevermind. And then lost popularity when Kurt Cobain died in 1994.

    So we're bringing 3 Grunge-Rock Classics that will be joining this month's DLC. First is Honey Bucket by Grunge legends Melvins, from the album, Houdini. A short, but yet difficult song that is sure to keep you on your toes.

    Second is Touch Me I'm Sick by Mudhoney, which wasn't released in any album, aside from compilation albums from Mudhoney's discography. This classic anthem of Grunge music predates Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit, and is regarded as one of Mudhoney's most significant songs.

    Finally is Mind Your Manners by Pearl Jam, which is in Pearl Jam's latest album, Lightning Bolt. This song appeared in Guitar Hero Live as one of the on-disc songs. As of recent, Eddie Vedder is the only Grunge vocalist who is still living, as Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Scott Weiland, and recently, Christ Cornell, passed away.



    - Melvins - Honey Bucket (Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Mudhoney - Touch Me I'm Sick (Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Pearl Jam - Mind Your Manners (Band Tier: Nightmare)

    @MCSMeister It's nice that my tiering of Them Bones nearly matched that of Harmonix's, which makes me happy. Honey Bucket by the Melvins will be replacing Them Bones as the third song of the Grunge-genre set of singles for July Week 4. (I had a problem with the Youtube link showing up. I tried to repost the Youtube link and it got deleated once again, much to my own dismay. :'( )

    But once again, it's nice to see that I've managed to nearly match Harmonix with my tierings. <3 :)
  • It's Sunday, which means, another Wishlist DLC for this thread. :)

    Today's Weekly DLC for October is a Preview pack from Beck's latest album, Colors. Alongside a set of 3 singles representing the Pop/Dance/Electronic genre. As of current, we have 2 songs from Beck's discography as of yet, which are Dreams, also from the Colors album, and E-Pro, from the album, Guero. Guitar Hero 5 had the song, Gamma Ray, which was from the album, Modern Guilt.

    But we never had anything from his earlier albums like Mellow Gold and Odelay. (But I did announced Loser, from Mellow Gold, as one of the songs from my Rock Band 5 2018 Setlist). Buy anyways, let's get to the songs that I've chosen from Colors. The first song is Dear Life, the third single from the album, which is pretty Beatlesque in terms of melody.

    The second song is Wow, the second single from the album. The last song to join the pack is Up All Night, the last single of the album. The pack will be joined by these three singles: First is Always by Erasure, from their album, I Say I Say I Say, a.k.a. the song from the Robot Unicorn Attack game.

    The second song of the set of singles is Brokenhearted by Karmin, from the band's EP, Hello. The last song to join the set is Tik Tok by Kesha, a electropop song that, dare I say, long overdue now that we've been getting those type of music, ever since Harmonix released the Lady Gaga 01 pack on Rock Band 2. Anyways, without further ado, I present this week's Wishlist DLC.



    =New Album Picks 02 (Beck - Colors)=
    - Dear Life (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Up All Night (Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Wow (Band Tier: Moderate)

    =Singles 021=
    - Erasure - Always (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Karmin - Brokenhearted (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Kesha - Tik Tok (Band Tier: Solid)

    Look forward to the special DLC Pack dedicated to the mystery Mangaka Artist that will be coming tomorrow, along with next week's DLC, which will be a Butthole Surfers pack, along with a set of 3 singles representing the Blues genre. (The Halloween Pack that I mentioned earlier will be released on the last Sunday of October) :)
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    edited October 15
    That's a fantastic Beck pack and I'd buy it all instantly. We are criminally lacking in Beck DLC. I actually was going to have @TuleRune tier "Wow" a while back, but never got around to it because it would be so weird in a RB4 setting. I'm curious how you envisioned its guitar chart (it would probably be the flute-y synths, primarily, and some of the piano later). The trap drums in that would make for quite a chart, I think, and the hi-hat patterns sound like they'd be hard to hit, namely in the chorus. Personally, I'd put the genre as Hip Hop/Rap since it's essentially a trap song.

    Also, even though we have "Dreams" in Rock Band already, I thought the Colors mix of that was interesting. I did think it was a bit abrupt how it cut off the final pre-chorus, though, and I'd probably prefer the single mix.
  • It's October 16th, and it's time for me to unveil the special DLC dedicated to the mystery Mangaka. :)

    The special DLC Pack for this week is a 30-song pack to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Gosho Aoyama, the mangaka of one of Japan's longest running manga series, Detective Conan or also known as Case Closed in the US, to coincide with the release of the mangaka's 30th Anniversary Tankoban.

    With over 1005 chapters and 94 volumes of the manga, 879 episodes and 27 seasons of the anime series, with 45 opening themes and 55 closing themes. 21 movies, 12 OVAs, 6 TV Specials, a Live-Action Drama series that took place before the events of the Manga, and 36 Video Games. Detective Conan is among the popular Shonen Mangas that is currently still going, along with Shonen Jump's One Piece.

    But with a lot of songs from source materials for this pack, I chosen 30 songs. 27 songs from the Detective Conan anime, each being a high charting song from all 27 seasons. 1 song from one of the movies. And also 2 songs from the anime series of Aoyama-san's other works, Magic Kaito and Yaiba. So, without further ado, hear is the Celebrating Gosho Aoyama's 30th Anniversary Pack.



    =Songs from B'z=
    - Don't Wanna Lie (Detective Conan Season 20, Band Tier: Impossible)
    - Giri Giri Chop (Detective Conan Season 6, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Q&A (Detective Conan Season 22, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Shoudou (Detective Conan Season 15, Band Tier: Impossible)
    =Songs from Breakerz=
    - Everlasting Luv (Detective Conan Season 18, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Miss Mystery (Detective Conan Season 21, Band Tier: Impossible)
    =Songs from Mai Kuraki=
    - Always (Detective Conan Season 9, Band Tier: Solid)
    - Dynamite (Detective Conan Season 23, Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Kaze no Lalala (Detective Conan Season 11, Band Tier: Solid)
    - Muteki na Heart (Detective Conan Season 24, Band Tier: Solid)
    - Secret of My Heart (Detective Conan Season 7, Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - Start of My Life (Detective Conan Season 8, Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Togetsukyou ~Kimi Omou~ (Detective Conan Season 27, Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - Tomorrow is the Last Time (Detective Conan Season 19, Band Tier: Solid)
    - Winter Bells (Detective Conan Season 10, Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Yesterday Love (Detective Conan Season 26, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    =Songs from Zard=
    - Ai wa Kurayami no Naka de (Detective Conan Season 17, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Ashita wo Yume Mite (Detective Conan Season 12, Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Glorious Mind (Detective Conan Season 16, Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Hoshi no Kagayaki yo (Detective Conan Season 14, Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Unmei no Roulette Mawashite (Detective Conan Season 4, Band Tier: Challenging)
    =Songs from other artists=
    - CHiCO with HoneyWorks - Ai no Scenario (Magic Kaito 1412, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Heath - Meikyuu no Lovers (Detective Conan Season 2, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - The High-Lows - Mune na Doki Doki (Detective Conan Season 1, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Kabuki Rocks - Yuuki ga Areba (Kenyuu Densetsu Yaiba, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Koshi Inaba - Hane (Detective Conan Season 25, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Miho Komatsu - Nazo (Detective Conan Season 3, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Porno Graffiti - Oh! Rival (Detective Conan: Sunflowers of Inferno, Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Rina Aiuchi - Start (Detective Conan Season 13, Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Two-Mix - Truth (A Great Detective of Love) (Detective Conan Season 5, Band Tier: Impossible)
    *NOTE* Some Videos has a unique trait. The video for Giri Giri Chop is a gameplay footage from Rocksmith. The Video for Q&A is a live footage. The video for Hane is a cover version. The video for Ai no Scenario is played in a higher tempo. Oh! Rival's video is from the Vevo site.

    Even if you're not a fan of anime, this pack is sure to be a fun pack to play. But I must admit that this is one of the largest packs that I've done. (Though, I might have a even larger pack for next month, though). Anyways, look forward to the Butthole Surfers Pack with the three Blues singles coming this upcoming Sunday. :)
  • It's Sunday, folks. Time for me to unveil another Wishlist DLC.

    This week's DLC is a 3-song pack of Texan Experimental Rock band, Butthole Surfers. Joining that pack will be a set of 3 singles representing the Blues Genre. We have 13 songs from the genre already, I felt like we could use some more from the genre.

    The Blues Singles consists of the following three songs: Blue on Black by Kenny Wayne Shepherd, from the album, Trouble Is.... Heavy on My Mind by Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam, from the album, Roll Away. And Never Give All of Your Heart by Joe Bonamassa, from the album, Different Shades of Blue.

    The Blues Singles will be joining the Butthole Surfer's Three song pack, which consists of the following songs: The Shame of Life, from the band's last studio album, Weird Revolution. Sweat Loaf, from the album, Locust Abortion Technician. And Who Was In My Room Last Night, from the album, Independent Worm Saloon, and the game soundtrack of Guitar Hero 2.

    So, without further ado, I present to you the Butthole Surfers 01 pack.



    =Butthole Surfers 01=
    - The Shame of Life (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Sweat Loaf (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Who Was In My Room Last Night (Band Tier: Impossible)

    =Singles 022=
    - Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam - Heavy on My Mind (Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Blue on Black (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Joe Bonamassa - Never Give All of Your Heart (Band Tier: Moderate)

    Next week will be the Halloween Pack, and it will be released with a mystery song, because I'm feeling generous, after 3 songs from my Wishlist Thread were released as RB4 DLC in a row (Burnin' For You, Heat of the Moment, and Them Bones, in that order. And if I'm not mistaken, I believe another song from my Wishlist thread will be released this upcoming week). So look forward to what's coming next week.

    And also, even though, October isn't over yet, I'm also going to give you a sneak peek of what's coming on November, later today. So look forward to that as well. It's going to be exciting. :)
  • Normally, I would do this after I've reveal the last DLC of the month. But this is a special case, since a lot of good things has happened for me in October (I've gotten my Crew to Bloodstone Tier for the first time, and three songs from my Wishlist Thread has been released as RB4 DLC for the past few weeks), that I've decided to do it much earlier than usual.

    So, without further ado, hear is the list of all of the artists that will be appearing in November. :)



    You noticed that the artist list is segmented into different sections, so I shall explain. The first segment includes the artists that will appear weekly (Every Sunday). The artists in this segment includes...

    - Brad Paisley ft. Robbie Williams
    - Crosby, Stills, & Nash
    - Crush 40 (The Best of Crush 40 - Super Sonic Sounds (Full Album)
    - Darker My Love
    - Dolly Parton
    - The Gazette
    - Jerry Reed
    - L'arc-en-Ciel
    - Maroon 5 (Red Pill Blues (Album Preview)
    - Mr.Children
    - Run-DMC
    - Silversun Pickups
    - The Smiths
    - Tone Loc
    - Uriah Heep
    - Vance Joy
    - Will Smith

    The second segment are songs that will be part of a special pack that will appear on November 10th, the day before my Birthday (I was born on November 11, Vetern's Day). I said sometime that I would do a Zootopia Spotify Picks pack if the following condition was met: Zootopia was announced to be in Kingdom Hearts 3. But I decided it would be released on the day before my birthday, since Zootopia is one of my favorite Disney Movies of all time. The artists in this segment includes...

    - Adam Ant
    - Dexys Midnight Runners
    - Dinosaur Jr.
    - Flo Rida
    - James Brown
    - Junior Senior
    - Newcleus
    - Tame Impala
    - TLC

    The third segment has some bands that are familiar, if you've been a player of Rock Band since the day it was released. That's right, it's all 45 Main Setlist Artists from the very first game. They will be in a pack celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Rock Band.

    And you noticed that of the 45, The Rolling Stones has a larger text than the others. Well, that is because it's going to be in two packs: First, it will be in the Rock Band 10th Anniversary pack that I've mentioned earlier, and a 8-song pack for The Stones themselves.

    Look forward to November, it's going to be a wild month, indeed. :)
  • I said earlier that I believed that a song from my Wishlist Thread will be released in this week, and guess what? I was right. :)

    - Johnny B. Goode by the legendary Chuck Berry will be coming to Rock Band 4 as DLC.

    4 Songs from my Wishlist Thread in a row. Will my streak end next week? That's for us to find out.

    @MCSMeister The song is in the first page of the thread. Just scroll down until you find it. :)
  • edited October 24
    Special Urgent Good News is on the way! The 4 Song Streak has grown to 6! :D

    - Slow Ride (From my Rock Band 5 2018 Setlist) and Play That Funky Music will be coming to Rock Band 4 as DLC! :D

    I am just psyched for the upcoming DLC of November (Looks like they're going up a decade (So that means, next week will be 1970s again.

    Anyways, hear's a sneak peek of Slow Ride's Tiering, which I had planned for my RB5 2018 Setlist.

    - Slow Ride's Band Tier: Nightmare

    Well it looks like my Streak has kept on going, but will the coming weeks be the streak ender? We'll soon see. :)

    EDIT: I made a mistake. Next week is 1970s, not 1960s like I thought. I think it's a Solid 70s 02 Pack, with Slow Ride, Play That Funky Music, and Ramones Rewind of I Wanna Be Sedated. Either way, I'm looking forward to it.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    You know it's a good thing when Harmonix is releasing songs that people are crossing off of their wishlist threads left and right. They're really doing a great job of releasing long-overdue songs lately. Really happy about this, so far I'm in for buying all upcoming DLC.

    Anyway, comparison for "Johnny B. Goode" should be coming Thursday, after I play it on everything. I'll say the same for "Slow Ride" and "Play That Funky Music", since I'll be buying both when the time comes.
  • Because of all the good things that happened on this day (Which is 3 more songs from my Wishlist, including one from my future Wishlist, being announced for RB4 as DLC in a row), I have an important announcement.

    Tomorrow, at Midnight, I will reveal the Halloween DLC Pack that was originally planned for this Sunday. I hope you are looking forward to it. :)
  • It's Midnight, time for me to reveal the Wishlist Halloween DLC Pack. :)

    I have chosen 13 Songs for this DLC Pack, in reference to the unlucky day, Friday The 13th. In this pack, we have: Bobby Pickett's legendary Halloween Novelty song, The Monster Mash, to Oingo Boingo's Dead Man's Party, Rockwell's Somebody's Watching Me, Donovan's Season of the Witch, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince's A Nightmare on My Street.

    And we also have Sheb Wooley's The Purple People Eater. Classics IV's Spooky. Nightmare's The World, from the Shonen Jump anime, Death Note. And we also have Crazy Lixx's Killer from the Friday The 13th Video Game that came out recently, and a repeat of Marilyn Manson's cover of This Is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas. And we also have 3 metal songs.

    Those Metal songs are Armored Saint's Can U Deliver, Grim Reaper's See You In Hell, and Helloween's Future World. Why I chose those three metal songs, even though I am aware that they have nothing to do with Halloween? Well, the three Metal Artists that I've listed have one thing in common: They were the main event bands of Headbanger's Ball's Halloween Special: Hell on Wheels (Which I've learned on Headbanger's Ball Unofficial Tribute Site, the special in question also had Kiss and Scorpions, which isn't in the Halloween Pack unfortunately.). :)

    All 13 of these songs will be joined by one additional song. It's a song that has been a recent hit for the rock charts. So, without further ado. Hear is Fritzy Katz's Halloween Party Mix.



    =Fritzy Katz's Halloween Party Mix=
    - Armored Saint - Can U Deliver (Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Bobby (Boris) Pickett & The Crypt-Keepers - The Monster Mash (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Classics IV - Spooky (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Crazy Lixx - Killer (Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - A Nightmare on My Street (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Donovan - Season of The Witch (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Grim Reaper - See You In Hell (Band Tier: Impossible)
    - Helloween - Future World (Band Tier: Impossible)
    - Nightmare - The World (Band Tier: Impossible)
    - Oingo Boingo - Dead Man's Party (Band Tier: Challenging)
    - Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - Sheb Wooley - The Purple People Eater (Band Tier: Moderate)
    *NOTE: Also has Marilyn Manson's cover of This Is Halloween, from the Nightmare Revisited Pack*

    =Extra Song=
    - Portugal. The Man - Feel It Still (Band Tier: Moderate)

    I'll be posting a recap, as well as a schedule for November, since today has been a great day for me.
  • i feel like there should be like some rush but you know
  • Hear is a recap of all of the other artists of October.

    =B'z=
    - Don't Wanna Lie
    - Giri Giri Chop
    - Q&A
    - Shoudou
    =Mai Kuraki=
    - Always
    - Dynamite
    - Kaze no Lalala
    - Muteki na Heart
    - Secret of My Heart
    - Start of My Life
    - Togetsukyo ~Kimi Omou~
    - Tomorrow is the Last Time
    - Winter Bells
    - Yesterday Love
    =Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers=
    - American Dream Plan B
    - Anything That's Rock'n Roll
    - I Should Have Known It
    - Into The Great Wide Open
    - The Last DJ
    - Listen to Her Heart
    - Louisiana Rain
    - The Waiting (Original Version)
    =Zard=
    - Ai wa Kurayami no Naka de
    - Ashita wo Yume Mite
    - Glorious Mind
    - Hoshi no Kagayaki yo
    - Unmei no Roulette Mawashite
    =Other Artists=
    - The Album Leaf - End Title
    - The All-American Rejects: Jack's Lament
    - Amy Lee: Sally's Song
    - The Beat: Mirror In The Bathroom
    - Beck: Dear Life, Up All Night, Wow
    - Bowling For Soup: 1985, Catalyst, Girl All The Bad Guys Want
    - Breakerz: Everlasting Luv, Miss Mystery
    - Butthole Surfers: The Shame of Life, Sweat Loaf, Who Was In My Room Last Night
    - CHiCO with HoneyWorks: Ai no Scenario
    - Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam: Heavy on My Mind
    - Datarock: To The Rescue
    - Erasure: Always
    - Flyleaf: What's This?
    - Heath: Meikyuu no Lovers
    - Helmet: Unsung
    - The High-Lows: Mune ga Doki Doki
    - Joe Bonamassa: Never Give All of Your Heart
    - Kabuki Rocks: Yuuki ga Areba
    - Karmin: Brokenhearted
    - Kenny Wayne Shepherd: Blue on Black
    - Kesha: Tik ToK
    - Korn: Kidnap The Sandy Claws
    - Koshi Inaba: Hane
    - Marilyn Manson: This Is Halloween
    - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: The Rascal King
    - Miho Komatsu: Nazo
    - Monster Magnet: Space Lord
    - Mr.President: Coco Jamboo
    - Nada Surf: Popular
    - Paw: Jessie
    - The Polyphonic Spree: Town Meeting Song
    - Porno Graffiti: Oh! Rival
    - Reel Big Fish: Take On Me
    - Rina Aiuchi: Start
    - Rise Against: Making Christmas
    - RJD2: Christmas Eve Montage
    - Ruins of Perception: Dragonhearts
    - Sparklehorse: Jack's Obsession
    - Spice Girls: Say You'll Be There
    - Shiny Toy Guns - Finale/Reprise
    - Suede: Trash
    - Tiger Army: Oogie Boogie's Song
    - Two-Mix: Truth (A Great Detective of Love)
    - UB40: Red Red Wine
    - The Yoshida Brothers: Nabbed

    (To be continued in a new post)
  • (Continued from last post)

    And here is a planned schedule for the entire month of November.

    - November 1st: Crosby, Stills & Nash 01 & New Album Preview 03 (Maroon 5 - Red Pill Blues) Packs, Start of 5th Mystery Track Pack game.
    - November 5th: Crush 40 - The Best of Crush 40 - Super Sonic Sounds and Going Country 10 Packs. Going Country 10 will have the following artists: Brad Paisley, Dolly Parton, and Jerry Reed.
    - November 10th: Zootopia Spotify Selections Pack. Pack will have the following Artists: Adam Ant, Dexys Midnight Runners, Dinosaur Jr, Flo Rida, James Brown, Junior Senior, Newcleus, Tame Impala, and TLC.
    - November 12th: Uriah Heep 01 Pack & Singles from the following artists: Darker My Love, Vance Joy, and Silversun Pickups.
    - November 19th: The Smiths 01 Pack & Singles from the following artists: Run-DMC, Tone-Loc, and Will Smith.
    - November 20th: Class of Rock Band 1 Reunion Pack. Pack will have all 45 Main Setlist Artists from Rock Band (1).
    - November 29th: The Rolling Stones Essentials 01 Pack and Singles from the following artists: The Gazette, L'arc-en-Ciel, and Mr.Children.

    @bumcheeks101 Welcome to the Harmonix Forums. :)

    First of all, Rush is coming next month (As part of the Class of Rock Band 1 Reunion Pack), in case you wanted to know (I assumed you didn't read the announcement card for November. Well, I'm letting you know right now). But do you have other artists besides Rush that you like?

    Because I've been spending an entire year posting all of these wonderful bands and artists that deserves a shot for Rock Band, and yet, here you are, posting in my Wishlist thread, just to say something like "I think this needs more Rush."

    While I have nothing against Subjective Tastes (My most favorite rock band is The Beatles, but I also like a variety of other artists out there), I'm just putting in songs that are either long overdue (Whether it's a Rock Song from a band that we have or don't have yet, or a song from a past Guitar Hero game) for or deserves a shot Rock Band inclusion.

    I hope you understand, and looking forward to the Rush song that I have in plan for next month. ;)
  • edited October 26

    I mean, I know Rush has had a shot at Rock Band, they have a whole album on there and a 20 minute song, (hence the "but you know") but I was just thinking maybe a more obscure Rush song could be on the wishlist. I didn't really demand it, it was just an observation.

    As for other bands, you pretty much covered them all, Stryper was nice to see. I really like this list, and hope to see more very obscure bands and songs (doesn't need to be rush). :smile:

    This is your list and I can't change it, there isn't much I would change anyway, and I probably should have worded my last message more like "I suggest that there should be a Rush song not to many people know, as I am a fan of Rush and that would be happy to see. Great song choices by the way." or something like that. Sorry if I had been a nuisance to you in any way with my message, and hope to see more on this wishlist cause I think it is really good so far in the year it has been around. :wink:

    But other bands I like, are Genesis, which I don't really know if there is any dlc of or not, and Yes, which has had a number of dlc along with an on disc song.

    Fair enough. :)

    I can't guarantee that the Rush song in question would be a Deep Cut (And speaking of wish, I've really enjoyed A Passage to Bangkok, one of my absolute favorite Deep Cuts from Rush), but I can guarantee you that my Rush song that I have planned for my Class of Rock Band 1 Reunion pack will be a good one. :)

    And on the note of Genesis, we don't have that in Rock Band as DLC, yet (And unless Harmonix proves other wise, I don't think we'll be seeing Genesis until Rock Band 5 or ever), but I would love to see Land of Confusion in RB, sometime. Not to mention solo Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel, as well.

    But thank you for telling me that you like my Wishlist (And you weren't being a nuisance. It was nice for you to tell me to add Rush when I had plans to do so next month). :)

    EDIT: fixed a typo.

    @bumcheeks101 Looks like you've edited your post, which somehow got deleted, huh? (That usually happens to me whenever I make edits to my posts as well, which is pretty annoying.)
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    edited October 26
    "Johnny B. Goode" comparison

    Unfortunately, nothing's spot-on, but you got fairly close. Guitar and bass are only a dot off, while drums and vocals are two dots off. But whew, after playing this hand cramp of a guitar chart in all of its glory, I can say that 5 dots would probably suit it better. Even though the 3 solos are kind of broken up by easier chord sections, they're still kind of awkward chords and I often found myself strumming a three-note chord by accident. And, while the 3 solos aren't the most difficult solos in the world, they certainly are all over the place at times. If the Chuck Berry-esque riff in "Violent Shiver" was anything to go from, Chuck Berry riffs are hell to play in a RB setting. A fun hell, that is.

    As for the other tiers, bass is a fairly easy, swing-style chart akin to "Rock This Town", with a couple faster parts thrown in, but I think pushing past 3 would be a bit much. I didn't really have a problem with vocals, either, and I don't think they deserve to be tiered higher than guitar. Drums were a rather easy ride cymbal-oriented chart, at least the way HMX charted it, and 4 dots wouldn't suit it well.
  • "Johnny B. Goode" comparison

    Unfortunately, nothing's spot-on, but you got fairly close. Guitar and bass are only a dot off, while drums and vocals are two dots off. But whew, after playing this hand cramp of a guitar chart in all of its glory, I can say that 5 dots would probably suit it better. Even though the 3 solos are kind of broken up by easier chord sections, they're still kind of awkward chords and I often found myself strumming a three-note chord by accident. And, while the 3 solos aren't the most difficult solos in the world, they certainly are all over the place at times. If the Chuck Berry-esque riff in "Violent Shiver" was anything to go from, Chuck Berry riffs are hell to play in a RB setting. A fun hell, that is.

    As for the other tiers, bass is a fairly easy, swing-style chart akin to "Rock This Town", with a couple faster parts thrown in, but I think pushing past 3 would be a bit much. I didn't really have a problem with vocals, either, and I don't think they deserve to be tiered higher than guitar. Drums were a rather easy ride cymbal-oriented chart, at least the way HMX charted it, and 4 dots wouldn't suit it well.

    I guess I was trying too hard when I've first made it.

    I agree that the Vocals are easier than how I tiered them. 4 is acceptable, and makes much more sense than 6. I assumed it be six, because of Chuck's fast, yet somewhat easy to sing vocals. Bass, I kinda agree the bass is kinda easy-ish, but still harder than Rock This Town on Hard Bass, so I'll agree with the 3 on Bass. I'm not very good on drums past Easy difficulty, but the drums are kinda easy-ish as well, in spite being fast paced.

    I'm actually shocked that Harmonix charted Guitar at 4 dots, and thus, I definitely agree with you over Harmonix on the Guitar. I think this is the only case where I disagree with Harmonix with a tiering, which is in this case, the Guitar. Whoever decided to give Johnny B. Goode a 4-dot on Guitar wasn't doing his homework, and assumed that the song is easier than a 5-dot on Guitar. (Of course, not surprising, since they've done this before with several songs that are charted at a easy tier, but is actually much harder than it's tiered).

    But I at least I made a good effort on the Guitar, but the other instruments, not so much. But all in all, I'm looking forward to your Play That Funky Music and Slow Ride comparisons. :)
  • Johnny B. Goode has been replaced, but first, a special word on the artist of the song that's going to replace it.

    Throughout this year, we've lost a few talented artists from the world of Rock music: Chuck Berry, Soundgarden's Chris Cornell, Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, and Tom Petty. And now, another artist joins them. And that artist has found his final thrill on Blueberry Hill.

    October 24, 2017, the legendary Fats Domino had passed away due to natural causes. He amazingly lived up to this point, and miraculously survived Hurricane Katrina. But since he was pretty old, it was inevitable that sooner or later, he would pass away. But still, it was amazing that he lived for 89 years.

    So in honor of him, the song that will be replacing Johnny B. Goode in the Those Oldies, But Goodies 01 Pack is...

    - Fats Domino - Ain't That a Shame (Band Tier: Solid)

    Look forward to the start of November's Wishlist DLC, with the Crosby, Stills, and Nash 01 pack, and also the start of the 5th Mystery Track Pack game.
  • It's November 1st, time for me to reveal the first Wishlist DLC of November for this week.

    Our first DLC for November, as mentioned earlier, is a Crosby, Stills, and Nash 6-song pack, and a preview pack of Maroon 5's upcoming album, Red Pill Blues. Maroon 5's newest album will be coming out this Friday, in November 3rd.

    But here, I'll present a 3 song sample pack with 3 singles from that album: The first song in the pack is What Lovers Do, featuring guest vocals from newly debuting R&B singer, SZA. The second song is Help Me Out, with guest vocals from newly debuting Pop singer, Julia Michaels, who is known for the song, Issues.

    Whiskey is the last song to join the New Album Preview 03 pack, which features guest vocals from rapper, ASAP Rocky, from the hip-hop group, ASAP Mob. The preview pack will be joined by a six-song pack from one of the famous supergroups of the late 1960s, Crosby, Stills, and Nash.

    The supergroup consisting of The Byrds' David Crosby, Buffalo Springfield's Stephen Stills, and The Hollies' Graham Nash, which is often joined by famed Canadian folk rock-virtuoso, Neil Young, will have these songs in there six-song pack: The first song is Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, from their debut self-titled album, which also has Wooden Ships, one of the songs from Rock Band 5's On-Disc Setlist.

    Next songs in this pack are Teach Your Children and Woodstock, from the album, Déjà Vu, which is one of the albums with Young in the lineup. The fourth song of the pack is Just a Song Before I Go, from the album, CSN. Song 5 is Wasted on the Way, from the album, Daylight Again.

    The last song in the Crosby, Stills, and Nash 01 Pack is Got It Made, from the album, American Dream, which also has Young in the lineup. So, 3 songs from the classic Crosby, Stills, and Nash lineup, and 3 songs from the Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young lineup. Without further ado, here is the Crosby, Stills, and Nash 01 and New Album Preview 03 packs.



    =Crosby, Stills, and Nash 01=
    - Got It Made (Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - Just a Song Before I Go (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Band Tier: Nightmare)
    - Teach Your Children (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Wasted on the Way (Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - Woodstock (Band Tier: Challenging)

    =New Album Preview 03 (Maroon 5 - Red Pill Blues)=
    - Help Me Out (feat. Julia Michaels) (Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - What Lovers Do (feat. SZA) (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Whiskey (feat. ASAP Rocky) (Band Tier: Warmup)

    Mystery Track Pack game no.5 will begin later.
  • It's time to start the 5th Mystery Track Pack game. :)

    Just one thing before we get started... After this Track Pack game is done, the Mystery Track Pack 05 reveal card will have a special message regarding the last Mystery Track Pack game for this year. And all shall be explained once you see it. But for now, let's do a nice guessing game, with this letter as the first Random letter of the day... R.

    ONLY ONE GUESS PER DAY

    The/_ _ R _ _ R _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _-_ _
    _ R _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ R _ _ _ / _ _ _

    Hints
    1. In this game's career mode, one of the songs from this band was one of the final songs along with 2 On-Disc songs from 2 different Rock Band games.
    2. A Game Company was mentioned in this band's hit song.
    3. If you've been with Harmonix when they originally owned Guitar Hero, then this bonus song band would be easy to remember.
    4. This band's hit song has been in two of the big dance video games, as a DLC in Dance Central and as a On-Disc song in Just Dance 2.
    5. One of the biggest Japanese Idol Groups, which has 14 generations of lineups. Today, the group has 2 members of the 9th Generation lineup still.
    6. This rapper shares his name with one of Canada's biggest pop singers.
    7. A popular UK Band with only 2 charting songs in the US, but also 2 certified platinum albums during the 2000s.
    8. This song was part of one of the second half characters' setlist in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock's Story Mode.

    Happy guessing. :)
  • Radiohead97Radiohead97 Rising Star
    Number 8 is Strung Out
  • @Radiohead97 Correct! :)

    Mystery Band no.8 is Strung Out, a Punk Rock band from Simi Valley, California. People who played Guitar Hero Warriors of Rock would know this band for the song, Calling, from the album, Blackhawks Over Los Angeles, which is from Lars Umlaut's setlist in the game's story mode.

    Calling is one of the eight songs that will appear in Mystery Track Pack 05.

    ONLY ONE GUESS PER DAY

    The/_ _ R _ _ R _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _-_ _
    _ R _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    Strung Out - Calling

    Hints
    1. In this game's career mode, one of the songs from this band was one of the final songs along with 2 On-Disc songs from 2 different Rock Band games.
    2. A Game Company was mentioned in this band's hit song.
    3. If you've been with Harmonix when they originally owned Guitar Hero, then this bonus song band would be easy to remember.
    4. This band's hit song has been in two of the big dance video games, as a DLC in Dance Central and as a On-Disc song in Just Dance 2.
    5. One of the biggest Japanese Idol Groups, which has 14 generations of lineups. Today, the group has 2 members of the 9th Generation lineup still.
    6. This rapper shares his name with one of Canada's biggest pop singers.
    7. A popular UK Band with only 2 charting songs in the US, but also 2 certified platinum albums during the 2000s.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    Is band 3 Drist?
  • @MCSMeister You are correct! :)

    Mystery Band No.3 is Drist, one of the bonus bands that was from the Harmonix-era Guitar Hero games. The band had 2 songs in both of the main Guitar Hero games: Decontrol in the very first Guitar Hero game, and Arterial Black in Guitar Hero 2. Most of the Harmonix-era Guitar Hero cover songs were done by the band's guitarist at the time, Marcus Henderson.

    Drist's song from Guitar Hero 2, Arterial Black, will be the 2nd song of Mystery Track Pack 05.

    ONLY ONE GUESS PER DAY

    The/_ _ R _ _ R _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _-_ _
    Drist - Arterial Black
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    Strung Out - Calling

    Hints
    1. In this game's career mode, one of the songs from this band was one of the final songs along with 2 On-Disc songs from 2 different Rock Band games.
    2. A Game Company was mentioned in this band's hit song.
    4. This band's hit song has been in two of the big dance video games, as a DLC in Dance Central and as a On-Disc song in Just Dance 2.
    5. One of the biggest Japanese Idol Groups, which has 14 generations of lineups. Today, the group has 2 members of the 9th Generation lineup still.
    6. This rapper shares his name with one of Canada's biggest pop singers.
    7. A popular UK Band with only 2 charting songs in the US, but also 2 certified platinum albums during the 2000s.
  • Band 1 is The Airborne Toxic Event.
  • Since it's midnight, I shall reveal a new letter... H.

    @JimmyLethal For Mystery Band 1, you are correct. :)

    Mystery Band 1 is The Airborne Toxic Event, which is best known for the songs Sometime Around Midnight, and Gasoline, both from the debut self-titled album. The later song appeared in Band Hero, which is the Guitar Hero counterpart of Lego: Rock Band, as one of the songs in the final venue of the game's Career Mode, with Naive (From Lego: Rock Band) and The Impression That I Get (From Rock Band 4).

    Gasoline is the 3rd song appearing in Mystery Track Pack 05.

    ONLY ONE GUESS PER DAY

    The Airborne Toxic Event - Gasoline
    _ _ _ R _ _ _ _ / H _-_ _
    Drist - Arterial Black
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ R _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _
    _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    Strung Out - Calling

    Hints
    2. A Game Company was mentioned in this band's hit song.
    4. This band's hit song has been in two of the big dance video games, as a DLC in Dance Central and as a On-Disc song in Just Dance 2.
    5. One of the biggest Japanese Idol Groups, which has 14 generations of lineups. Today, the group has 2 members of the 9th Generation lineup still.
    6. This rapper shares his name with one of Canada's biggest pop singers.
    7. A popular UK Band with only 2 charting songs in the US, but also 2 certified platinum albums during the 2000s.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    Band 2 is American Hi-Fi, I believe, with "Flavor of the Weak" being the song you're referencing in the hint.
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