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

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  • @MCSMeister Yes, I understand the "Some" part, and Harmonix said that they'll let us know which ones will get released as DLC, but Ain't It Fun and Counting Stars has a very good chance of being included as DLC, for obvious reasons.

    - Ain't It Fun: We had several DLC from Paramore, not to mention 3 of their songs in past Rock Band games.
    - Counting Stars: It's OneRepublic's most biggest hit since their very first hit, Apologize, and it's certified 6x Platinum by RIAA, and the album that came off of it, Native, has been certified Platinum by most Music Recording Certification companies (Including RIAA). That, and Counting Stars has been included in 2 Harmonix Games (Dance Central Spotlight and Fantasia: Music Evolved).

    It was nice for you to tell me that you wouldn't be so sure, but I have a strong physical belief that those two songs has a very good chance of being included as RB4 DLC eventually, unless Harmonix says otherwise.
  • edited March 4
    Sorry for the long delay, but I've posted all the songs for the 2nd Expansion (They are all on the first two posts of this thread.) For some reason, Harmonix Forums are being stubborn, and keeps giving me the "Your Post Will Appear After It's Approved Message."

    I'll post the Card on a seperate post.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    edited March 4
    Oh nice, "Turn to Stone" was your choice. Glad to see that get representation, great song and not one of their overplayed ones, either!

    For when you get tiers up, I dug up a tier I had @Gunsrock13 do for "Turn to Stone" many years ago. I also dug up @SoConfined's tier of "Born to Be Wild".
  • edited March 4
    @MCSMeister I forgot to mentioned that I've already posted the Tiers for all of the songs (They're in the Tierings with all of my other songs that aren't Wishlist DLC (on the First Page).

    But it was nice to see these tierings that you've shown me. I'm actually quite surprised that @Gunsrock13's tiering of Turn to Stone and @SoConfined's tiering of Born to Be Wild are easier than how I've tiered them.

    I'm happy with my tiering of those two songs, so I'll keep them the same. But thank you for showing me these.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    edited March 4
    I just show you other tiers of the same song for comparison's sake, I don't expect you to change them unless you agree with them. Looking at your tiers, I honestly agree with your "Turn to Stone" tier more. No offense to the guy, but I noticed Gunsrock had a bit of a tendency to undertier things drastically. For example, if you look at his tiering for "The Impression That I Get", both bass and drums were a whopping four dots lower than what HMX put them as, which is such a drastic difference that I rarely ever see when comparing tiers. But, perhaps people hear things differently. Re-listening to "Turn the Stone", though, there's no doubt bass would be way higher than a one (especially if that deep synthy riff is charted on bass - that's definitely 4 dot+ territory). Guitar doesn't sound like a slouch either, with a lot of fast strumming happening in the background.

    So yeah, basically what I'm saying here is that you don't need to feel inclined to change tiers based on another person's tiers unless you really do agree with them more.
  • It's Monday! And since this is a very special week for Harmonix (As it's to celebrate (early) the 10th Anniversary of Rock Band) The DLC for this week is very special, are you ready to learn what it is?



    DLC of March 2017 Week 2: Rock Band Original Versions
    - Aerosmith - Train Kept A Rolling (Original Version) (Uses the same tiers as the cover from RB1)
    - Black Sabbath - Paranoid (Original Version) (Vocals has been moved to 2)
    - Blur - Beetlebum (Original Version) (Uses the same tiers as the cover from RB1)
    - Mountain - Mississippi Queen (Original Version) (Guitar and Bass has been moved to 1)
    - The Outlaws - Green Grass and High Tides (Original Version) (Drums has been moved to 5)
    - Sweet - Ballroom Blitz (Original Version) (Uses the same tiers as the cover from RB1)

    Note: Most of the songs uses the original tier difficulties as the covers that were used when the game first came out, while others has been tiered higher.

    Next Monday will be the next DLC Batch, so be looking forward to it.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    I really hope we can get some original versions of those "as made famous by" covers as Rewind tracks down the line. I'd buy most of these, honestly.
  • It's Monday! Well, so far, the special week for Harmonix has been rather underwhelming to say the least (They mentioned that there's going to be one Awesome Song that will be coming this week, so I hope it's as good as they say it is), but anyways, this is the DLC Reveal for this week.



    DLC of March Week 3: The (Young) Rascals 01 *Note: The bracket means that this pack has songs from both The Rascals under both of their band names at the respective times: The Young Rascals and The (Just) Rascals).
    - The Rascals - A Beautiful Morning (Band Tier: Apprentice)
    - The Rascals - People Got to Be Free (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - The Young Rascals - Groovin' (Band Tier: Warmup)

    Next Monday will be two DLC Batches, and one of them will be the botched Spring 2017 Fan-Vote Pack, along with a band that I've wanted to see on Rock Band for a while (We have this band on Guitar Hero, as one of their songs was in Guitar Hero World Tour).
  • edited March 20
    It's Monday! As mentioned earlier, two DLC Batches will make their way as DLC.



    1st DLC of March Week 4: Spring Fan Vote 2017
    - The All-American Rejects - It Ends Tonight (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Blue Oyster Cult - Burnin' For You (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Motorhead - Overkill (Band Tier: Impossible)

    2nd DLC Batch will be posted in next post.
  • edited March 21


    2nd DLC of March Week 4: Eagles Essentials 01
    - The Best of My Love (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - Heartache Tonight (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - How Long? (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Life in The Fast Lane (Band Tier: Moderate)
    - New Kid in Town (Band Tier: Warmup)
    - No More Cloudy Days (Band Tier: Solid)
    - One of These Nights (Band Tier: Solid)
    - Take It Easy (Band Tier: Apprentice)

    I know it's slighty a stretch for Harmonix, but I really hope that we get some Eagles songs as RB4 DLC sometime, because that's one of many bands I've wanted in Rock Band for a while. Anyways, last DLC of March will be posted next Monday.
  • It's Monday! This is the last DLC of the month, and I hope you are prepared of this quote from a certain movie that I'm going to refer: "If you must blink, do it now." Cause our next pack is....



    DLC of March Week 5: Universal Studios Animated Films
    - Diana Ross - If We Hold On Together (Band Tier: Apprentice) (The Land Before Time)
    - Regina Spektor - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Band Tier: Moderate) (Kubo and The Two Strings)
    - Steve Winwood - Reach for the Light (Band Tier: Solid) (Balto)

    I know it's near damn impossible to get a cover of a Beatles song (even though, we do have the original version in The Beatles Rock Band) because of Music Licensing, but I feel in love with the cover version that appeared in Kubo ever since I've watched that film, and I hope that if does become possible, we might get this cover, because it would be nice to play shamisen on Rock Band.

    Anyways, recap of all of the songs that was announced so far.
    - 3 Inches of Blood: Deadly Sinners
    - Aerosmith: Train Kept A Rollin' (Original Version)
    - All-American Rejects: It Ends Tonight
    - Black Sabbath: Paranoid (Original Version)
    - Blue Oyster Cult: Burning For You
    - Blur: Beetlebum (Original Version)
    - Budgie: Breadfan
    - Eagles: Best of My Love, Heartache Tonight, How Long?, Life in the Fast Lane, New Kid in Town, No More Cloudy Days, One of These Nights, Take It Easy
    - Motorhead: Overkill
    - Mountain: Mississippi Queen (Original Version)
    - Of Mices & Men: Bones Exposed
    - The Outlaws: Green Grass and High Tides (Original Version)
    - Sweet: Ballroom Blitz
    - The (Young) Rascals: Beautiful Morning, Groovin', People Gotta Be Free

    Later, I'll be posting which artists will be coming next Month.
  • Somehow, my DLC post got erased, so I've decided that I'm not going to do that anymore. Instead, all DLC posts will be posted once they are announced.

    Anyways, hear's what to expect on April...



    - A Day to Remember
    - The Dead Boys
    - Foster The People
    - Len
    - MGMT
    - Puffy Amiyumi
    - Robbie Williams
    - Sum 41

    The first DLC of April will be revealed next Monday.
  • MCSMeisterMCSMeister Road Warrior
    edited March 27
    Looks like a good batch coming up. I'm a big Foster the People fan and have requested some of their lesser-known tracks in various tier threads. I've been meaning to get into MGMT, but only know the obvious "Kids" and "Electric Feel" right now. I'd buy either in RB for sure. I'm really surprised we haven't seen "Kids" by now since it seems to have become a staple of the entire indie pop/rock genre, though I think it'd work better in a Rock Band 3 setting, granted.

    Not terribly familiar with the rest, but I'm sure the Len track will be the obvious "Steal My Sunshine" (which I'd also buy). However, since it uses a prominent sample from a '70s disco track, I'm not sure how likely it'd be in RB.
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