• Re: The Track Pack game

    Singled Out: Songs that were never released as singles despite their popularity
    1. "Stairway to Heaven" - Led Zeppelin
    2. "Thunder Road" - Bruce Springsteen
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    edit: Can't help but notice that themes which require you to, like, Wikipedia a song sure do move a lot slower
  • Re: DLC Discussion Thread: You're Not Dreaming

    The long-awaited third Radiohead song in the entire Rock Band franchise is here!

    Also The Sign is cool.
  • Re: DLC Discussion Thread: Whatever Happened To Keytars?

    "Bad Reputation" has become one of Jett’s best-known songs and has been featured in groundbreaking scenes from television shows and films.
    No need to be so vague about which "groundbreaking scenes" you're referring to. We all had our minds blown by the wrestling scene from Shrek.
  • Re: FritzyKatz's Rock Band 5 Wishlist (With Tiers & DLC)

    I must be in a different time zone than you lol.
  • Re: Introducing the Rock Band Season 2 Spotlight Pass!

    @djb5f1 Well we know the decade for 7 of the songs. As a result of stream info we know this:
    50s: 1
    70s: 1
    80s: 1
    90s: 1
    00s: 2 (1 from 2000-2005, 1 from 2006-2009)
    10s: 1
    Not known: 1
    Right, I mean that makes it seem like the Spotlight Pass won't be a good buy for many of us. And we won't know until late when the more modern music is released.

    I'm confused by this. Most people who have stuck with the series this long are people who appreciate music from all eras. The "nothing worthwhile was ever made after 1974" faction all died. Every last one of them. Dead.
    It's less "nothing worthwhile was made after 1974" and more "a lot of my favorite 1970s bands were mainstream and had loads of hits while my favorite 2010s bands are less mainstream and many of them never even had a hit so a random popular song from the 1970s is way more likely to be up my alley than a random popular song from this decade."