Check out the wide variety in this week's DLC tracks.
Time to show us your Thanksgiving snapshots. Show us your family sharing a Rock Band moment before or after turkey dinner…The more generations represented, the better. Having Grandma sing “Calling Dr. Love” won’t guarantee you a win, but it wouldn’t hurt..
I don’t know anything about fashion. I feel I should get that out of the way right now. The best item of clothing I've ever owned was a pair of R2D2 Underoos that I had when I was 6, and I'm pretty sure that even back then I wasn't accessorizing properly. My co-worker and fashion-plate gal pal Naoko Takamoto (who is a member of Rock Band's own That Handsome Devil) once told me, "Your taste in shoes is like your taste in dudes: sometimes I see something so revolting that I immediately think, 'Oh man, I should tell Helen about this, she would love it.'"
Two 3-packs from The Killers and Yngwie Malmsteen, plus tracks from Soundgarden and Lamb of God.
You did so well in our “Down With the Sickness” contest that really impressed and frankly, a littlle scared. So this week we shift gears and throw you one of the nicest songs we’ve got: Weezer’s “Buddy Holly”. You don’t have to look like Buddy Holly or even Rivers Cuomo—Just turn loose you inner nerd and show us how to play this one with the appropriate style.
Welcome back, everyone, to another installment of 52 Weeks in the Life of a Rock Band. I’ve gotten some great feedback from all of you about this series and have received some fantastic questions as well. In response to the most-commonly asked question, yes, Alex Rigopulos really is that dreamy in real life. And what follows here is my attempt at answering the second most-commonly asked question: what kind of gear should I get?
And the winner is . . . .
Three-packs from the Dead Kennedys and Mission of Burma, plus metal girls and Crooked X.
Brett chats with the former Replacements leader about his Rock Band 2 song "Alex Chilton," and more.