Type: Posts; User: Flybird
^Not really. They're just asking for something fresh. They release DLC monthly, not weekly, so a new venue isn't much to ask for.
Me, personally, I don't care. I'm a little confused as to why Mr....
You know they switch instruments during the song, dude.
Look at that score.
There's no way A Day In The Life could rack up that many points....
All You Need is Love is only available for download on the Xbox 360. It didn't come out on the Wii and PS3 yet.
Pretty much this. Thankfully some songs give a little bit of leeway so I CAN have a little bit of fun during my score runs (Do You Want To Know A Secret?, Eight Day A Week and couple more)
^Paul played the song solo a couple of times with backing strings during some shows as the Beatles. Have you never watched Anthology? =P
Guitar is very easy, just FC it (100% no overhits) and use Beatlemania on three note chords when you have 1/2 of the bar filled, then 3/4 of the bar filled.
Vocals are easy also, again, FC the...
Wow, I actually 100% FC'd this song my 3rd time playing it, 1st time playing it it by myself
>_> I feel like a loser now. But I didn't even try that much, it was mostly luck really.
No, you'd get the song for free
Who cares? Seriously, Jesus.
It's his opinion let him have it.
I used to be in the same boat as some of these people. I didn't think Sgt. Pepper wasn't that amazing. It was bottom of the barrel for me, and I only really liked A Day In the Life.
Then one day,...
Have you played I Want You on drums?
That one roll is LMAO-worthy. It's gonna take a while for me to FC it.
I'm 19. I've always liked the Beatles, but I became a hardcore fanatic of theirs for the past couple months. I've did a bunch of research on them and listened to their songs thousands of times.
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Well, not just that, it's just the mono and stereo albums were mixed a lot differently, and they never took advantage of stereo. They used it as a gimmick. "Oh, let's put one instrument here in this...
They're the Dr. Ebbetts bootlegs, you can find them easily. What he does is he get vinyls of the albums (mono and stereo) and using high-quality audio equipment, converts it all to FLAC (then to mp3)...
That's because it's double-tracked >_>