Any chance of getting material from Queens of the Stone Age's new album "...Like Clockwork" coming out in June. It's on independent label Matador Records
Is there any way we could get some Crack the Sky? They're a great 70's band who, despite their debut being named Album of the Year by Rolling Stone in 1975, never really made it big, which is what makes me think they'd be easy to get. They were signed to a pretty small label, Lifesong Records. These are some songs I think would be good from them.
Hold On/Surf City
We Want Mine
Rangers at Midnight
Any chance for Taylor Swift. Her albums are all on the independent label Big Machine Records. I'd love to get the songs which GH got as well as others.
Could you get some stuff from XL Recordings, it's an independent label which features some very well known artists such as Vampire Weekend, Adele, Jack White and Radiohead.
Examples of songs I would really like to have from this label are below:
Vampire Weekend - "Cousins"
Vampire Weekend - "Holiday"
The xx - "Islands"
Radiohead - "Bodysnatchers"
Last edited by grumblevolcano; 03-25-2013 at 08:32 AM.
And if Big Machine is possible, that would be so awesome. They've got a lot of incredible country artists.
Last edited by TheStuddz; 03-25-2013 at 08:00 PM.
So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, good night.
Any chance of songs from Radiant Records? They have a fair amount of good prog bands that they have from what their website says.
I certainly would love some...
Neal Morse (Mike Portnoy drums):
Spock's Beard, The Flower Kings, Glass Hammer, and Transatlantic are others that are among their bands.
I always wanted to play this band in Rock Band http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feQqGIxFVFY i hope there is a chance one of you could try to contact this band to get some songs in the network. Please
Faster, Must Go Faster... "Ian Malcolm"
I buy every song that comes to the library.
Any possibility of more OK Go, we got "White Knuckles" (RBN) and "Shooting the Moon" (HMX DLC) a while back and I'm wondering if we could get some of their other stuff. For example:
A Million Ways
Do What You Want
Get Over It
Although the studio versions are on Capitol Records, a live album "180/365" is on their own record label.
Last edited by grumblevolcano; 03-29-2013 at 09:19 PM.
It still baffles me that they picked Shooting the Moon for this game. It's a good song but there's like nothing to it until the last 20 seconds.
Why wasn't it This Too Shall Pass or even End Love?
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