Also, isn't there now a 1 minute playing preview?
I like that song too, Veggie. If you can put up with some Classic Hard Rock with a fair mix of tunes from the 90's, Semi-Charmed Life is one of the Guest Artists songs on Guitar Hero: Van Halen. It's a rather plain looking game by today's standards but it does have some good tunes.
But with over 180 songs in the first few weeks there is only so much they can do.
I almost hope from the OP that there is some kind of issue that prevents her from downloading it once it comes to PS3. I joke, I joke.
Perhaps Harmonix shouldn't have called it a "30 day exclusivity period" because that's not what it is, really. The maps for Call of Duty MW2 are exclusive to the 360 because Microsoft paid extra for it. The Who Superbowl S-Mashup (and New Fang) was Xbox 360 exclusive for around 45 days becuase of Sony's DLC approval process. I have a feeling that some songs won't even make it in 30 days to the PS3, even if Harmonix tries.
T-Hybrid is right. Why do people have so much trouble with the concept?
Who says that T-Hybrid is right? I am theorizing the "exclusivity" has to do with DLC clearance, not holding onto a song for 30 days. I am almost positive it has more to do with the logistics of getting it onto another platform than anything else.