Last edited by Piscasis; 01-04-2010 at 07:07 PM.
Maybe they could split the songs into two parts?
A silly idea, I'm sure, but it would work, right?
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However, MAYBE if the RBN tracks sell really well, Harmonix will think, "Maybe the unreleasable 10+ minute songs we should have a look at for RB."
If you want to pick this post apart, feel free. If you disagree, fine, you have your opinion, but I think I explained myself thoroughly enough.
A "prog drought"? What, were the pair of Kansas songs not "prog" enough for you? I'll admit Harmonix doesn't release prog often, but when they do, it tends to be pretty awesome.
When there is a drought, and someone finds two buckets of water, is the drought over?
ACoS is broken up in movements as well (see Once in a Livetime). They could easily break it up into movements.
Ah well, at least for now I have FoFiX and ACoS on there.
RB needs moar Skillet & Dream Theater
Here's a list of Dream Theater songs over 10 minutes:
Learning To Live
A Change Of Seasons (could be split into 7 separate tracks)
Lines In The Sand (damn)
Trial Of Tears
Beyond This Life
Finally Free (damn again)
The Glass Prison (you get the idea by now)
The Great Debate
Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence (also can be split into 8 separate tracks)
This Dying Soul
Honor Thy Father
Stream Of Consciousness
In The Name Of God
The Ministry Of Lost Souls
In The Presence Of Enemies Pt. II
A Nightmare To Remember
The Shattered Fortress
The Best Of Times
The Count Of Tuscany
As you can see, there is reason to be upset as a good chunk of DT's discography is gone due to this 10 minute rule.
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