I heard Paul tore his ACL. Is that why there is no DCL?
Between the locks being changed, the new guard dogs, the lack of parking spaces, the redecoration, and John's ghost (and quite possibly George's ghost as well), I think the chances of more 'new DCL' are pretty slim.
However, IF the Harmonix guys take a bus to the studio instead of driving, AND hmxsean knows how to pick locks, AND HMXHenry brings some tasty dog treats doped with a knockout drug, AND HMXThrasher invites the interior decorator (who is working late inside the locked studio with the guard dogs patrolling outside after hours) to share a pint at a pub while hmxsean and HMXHenry stay behind to work their magic, it could happen.
That only leaves the troublesome matter of John's ghost (and quite possibly George's ghost as well). I'm not convinced that John and George would be 'haunting' type spirits, but if they were, I think Harmonix could make peace with both of them. For John, add 'Revolution 9' as DLC. For George, production of a new TB:RB limited edition sitar. They could also offer an Executive Producer credit to the spirits of John and George (The 'Boo' tles).
Bottom line - I am hopeful for more DLC, but we all need to realize how many things have to fall into place for it to happen.
The question regarding whether or not there will be more DCL is answered, but what about LCD? Will HMX release anymore of that?
If you have to ask, then yes.
There's no Doctors in Canon Law because Abbey Road is being sold? That's odd.
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Back on topic people!
Should the National Trust buy Abbey Road and preserve it?
Click here for source of above.An astonishing outpouring of public emotion has greeted the reports of a plan by EMI to sell the Abbey Road recording studios, with many calling on the National Trust to campaign to save the iconic studios for the nation.
On hearing of EMI's plan, listeners to the Chris Evans show on BBC Radio 2 and to BBC Radio Five live contacted the programmes to urge us to take on the property made famous by the Beatles' Abbey Road album. A possible role for the Trust was suggested on the radio when presenter Chris Evans and former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney both raised the prospect of support from the National Trust. Their proposition triggered an immediate reaction from listeners, with many emailing support for the idea. The public have also been adding their voice on Twitter.
'It's not often that the public spontaneously suggests that we should acquire a famous building”, said a National Trust spokesman, “However, Abbey Road recording studios appear to be very dear to the nation’s heart - to the extent that we will take soundings as to whether a campaign is desirable or even feasible.'
We're asking you to let us know whether you think the studios should be saved. No price has been put on the building in the affluent St John’s Wood district of North London, but there has been speculation that it could be worth between £10 million and £30 million. If there is enough momentum, we may launch a campaign to save the studios.
Tell us what you think on Facebook, Twitter or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
And for those who may not have heard of this organisation, they are a big charity in the UK that protect all kinds of national places. Here is a quote from their site...
I personally think this is a great idea and they should get involved. They could setup an online donation site and I think would make the target amount with ease. Plus it is an organisation that people in the UK know and trust.The National Trust is a charity and is completely independent of Government. We rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from our commercial operations.
We have over 3.6 million members and 55,000 volunteers. More than 14 million people visit our pay for entry properties, while an estimated 50 million visit our open air properties.
We protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.
But it doesn’t stop there. We also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages - for ever, for everyone.
So do not stand around, spread the news and get people to e-mail and twitter and facebook them so that support is shown!