Chronibis;776441 said:yes, everyone hates it, they are emo and never should have been signed for anything, hopefully no more of their garbage ever gets released to the game again
TheCheckeredDemon;776517 said:WRONG!1. They're not Emo, they're Pop Rock.2. They have some of the best selling RB tracks.3. You suck at having an opinion, stop posting.----Overall, Night Drive would be better as a DLC choice, alot of energy and band cooperation in it to make it all sound great.
Toked Up Cow;776591 said:1. Pop Rock and Emo both suck hard.2. Probably because of the 11 year olds buying it.3.All American Rejects are Rejects for a reason.
TheCheckeredDemon;777639 said:That was probably the lamest post I've ever seen. Quit trying to be cool.
Samuel346;777911 said:They actually fit "pop punk".At any rate, I wouldn't be terribly adverse, although I don't prefer them; As mentioned, the two songs they have in the game thus far are fun.
BuRn7 CaK3;1732031 said:They need more songs from "When The World Comes Down"Songs like "I Wanna" "Gives you Hell" and "Breakin'"
waffledad;1754099 said:All for them. We even bought the Move Along CD and their just released new CD and downloaded their all their tracks for Rock Band. So tired of people classing music. Music is music, either you like the song or you don't. I'd love to see Zep or Floyd in the game but I enjoy playing AAR as well. I have no qualms with the iCarly song (Headphones on) and I love Highway Star. Music is music and those that will only listen to certain genres have narrow minds then. I love me some Heavy/Death Metal but at the same time, I love to hear Avril Lavigne or even Spice Girls... yeah you heard me, Spice Girls. No matter to me cuz I listen to Bach as well, when the mood suites me. I also enjoy Celtic traditional music and the freaking bagpipes. Country is up there on my list to (Shania Twain opened the door for lots of previous non-country listeners).Bring me some Irish Rovers "wasn't that a party" to RB if you can. The more variety that fits the mold of 4-5 piece band ensembles, the better.