☐ Alexisonfire ☐ Billy Talent ☐ Cake ☐ Cream ☐ ELO ☑ Heart ☐ Kinks
☐ Neil Young ☐ OLP ☐ Sex Pistols ☑ Sublime ☐ Supertramp ☐ ZZ Top
Wow... those two are really going at it against one another are they not haha.
Good to see more country on the game... ive actually bought all country songs available on the game to date and loved around 90% of it because whilst i would never touch the stuff at home the genre really does seem one of the best overall for these games. Still i will pass over everything on offer this week and the reason is simple, ive more than enough country music on the game now to keep me happy on the front for a long while yet and at the end of the day ive never heard of any of these songs.
Hoping for more british music on RB Blitz
i'm going to pass again this week... i do have one question, how come whenever we get country we ONLY get country and nothing else??
keep an eye out on my always expanding list of wishful RB DLC on sites.google.com/site/rockbandwishlist/rock-band-wishlist
the best thing to come out of modern country is Mindy McCready's sex tape
I like the selection, but I am going to wait for the Country Track Pack 2 schedule in November. These songs will be on it. When Country Track Pack 1 came out, they release all the songs on DLC. However they stretched it out for nearly a year. I don't want to buy these then buy the track pack in November. I don't want to pay for songs twice. They did it with all the Track Pack (Classical Rock and Metal). Also I wonder if these DLC will the PRO and keyboards tracks for RB3? Will the Country Track Pack 2 have the PRO and keyboard tracks?
I also wonder if and when they update DLC and/or disc songs with the PRO and keyboard tracks, will they write over the old songs or will we have 2 version of the same song on out hard drive. I HOPE RB3 gives us an option to delete unwanted songs from our hard drive to save space.
They haven't come out with the playlist for Country Track Pack 2, but i would like to see:
Trace Adkins - Honky Tonk Bakdonk
Jason Aldean - Johnny Cash
Gary Allan - Loving You Against My Will
John Anderson - Black Sheep
Keith Anderson - Pickin Wildflowers
Big & Rich - Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy
Clint Black - Killin Time
Brooks & Dunn - Rock My World
Confederate Railroad - Queen of Memphis
Billy Currington - Why, Why Why
Joe Diffie - Third Rock from the Sun
Dixie Chicks - There's Your Trouble
Waylon Jennings - Good hearted Woman
Lady Antebellum - Love Don't Live Here
Miranda Lambert - Kerosene
Little Big Town - Boondocks
Brad Paisley - Celebrity
Aaron Tippin - Kiss this
Trick Pony - Pour Me
Travis Tritt - T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Carrie Underwood - Before He Cheats
Hank Williams Jr - Family tradition
Gretchen Wilson - Here for the Party
Dwight Yoakam - Little Sister
The term "antebellum" in no way, shape or form "glorifies" the era of slavery. It literally means "before the war" (and has been applied quite often to societies and epochs FAR removed from the pre-Civil War Southern US), and merely indicates the time period.
"Antebellum" architecture in the South is *not* limited to plantations, in case you misunderstood, and refers to ANY American buildings erected in the early to mid-1800s, including those that never had a single thing to do with slaves.
Take your offended sensibilities elsewhere and stir up your tempest in a teapot somewhere else, sir
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I'm from California. NO ONE would ever use the phrase "antebellum" to describe any landmark or architecture from before 1860, because California had no involvement of any sort in the Civil War. Furthermore, you'll never hear anyone say, "The Salem Witch Trials" happened in the antebellum period." Because the term has a uniquely Southern connotation, it is impossible to divorce it from the system of slavery which was the South's defining characteristic at that time. You're simply fooling yourself (or incredibly ignorant) if you hear the word "antebellum" and don't think of the slaveholding South.
Even Dictionary.com associates it with the South:
antebellum (ˌæntɪˈbɛləm) [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]
of or during the period before a war, esp the American Civil War: the antebellum South