Even though I won't be able to enjoy any new RBN stuff, it'd be pretty cool to see some of these in the game.
Has anyone ever tried reaching out to EarlyRise? They've got some good stuff, like Face Me. It sounds perfect for Rock Band and last I checked they don't have any major label.
Considering we got the Bedroom Intruder Song, I think that this couldn't be too impossible. Even if it just a remixed restaurant review, the man's got one hell of a voice. We also have been having a serious lack of short, funny novelty songs ever since Parry Gripp mysteriously disappeared.
Finally, I'm sure this has been asked a crapload of times, but has any authoring group ever branched out to the guys who make the Sonic music? I know there are some indie game tracks from games like Meatboy and VVVVVV, but how about a major game company? I have no idea how that would work out, but Crush 40's (and others') songs would be amazing to get into RB. Come on, you can't tell me that Live and Learn doesn't sound like it should be in this game.
Has anyone tried for any of the lesser known artist from the Walking Dead soundtrack?
Is it possible to get more Sister Sin songs?
They're a Victory Records band and they only have one song released (On Parole) and, IMO, they also have other awesome songs.
They, recently, released a new album (Now and Forever), which also has some great songs.
Anyone who likes hair metal, should give them a listen.
Here are some songs:
End of the Line:
Hearts of Cold:
One Out of Ten:
Sound of the Underground:
My request is simple, more female vocals.
Otherwise, the releases seem to be "all metal all the time" lately, some variety would be interesting. I like metal. I like a lot of different kinds of music.
I would love to have Watershed "How Do You Feel" on the RBN! Any hope for them?
Tracy Chapman's Fast Car. I'm unaware of any label restrictions, but if something like St. Elmo's Fire can get on here, is this really that hard? I would really, really love to see this beauty get it's due on RBN, it would be a huge hit, as well as a real tearjerker, as always. Come on authoring groups.