No on Foxey Lady
I tried Llama in the longshot they would include a song not playable in blitz, and it was a no.
But on the plus side, I did get the message try another song released in 1992, which none of the currents songs are from (I thought march of the pigs would be, but its 1994).
Thanks Skynyrd, for finding that 1992 hint. Without it, I was trying Learn to Fly and Reptilia. /facepalm
Last edited by SheSaidSheSaid; 10-23-2012 at 03:29 AM.
So we have our five:
"Mary Had a Little Lamb" - Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
"China Cat Sunflower" - The Grateful Dead
"I Wanna Be Your Dog" - The Stooges
"March of the Pigs" - Nine Inch Nails
"Rooster" - Alice in Chains (which really should have been one of the first ones we got...)
I don't have the Stooges or NIN songs. Can anyone team up with me to complete this? I've played the other three.
This is one of the few weeks where I may not be ale to solo any if the new goals. Well played HMX forcing me to socialize!
Tiger Uppercut: Platinum Artist | Expert: G/B | Hard: D/V
Song Count: 831 | Newest: "Great Balls of Fire" & "Dog Days Are Over"
I'm a little curious about the Attax of the Sax goal. I made a quick run through of these over my break and ended up about 14,000 short of the 200,000. Does anyone know how this is tracked? Does the app track your highest result on the individual songs and then only adds to the total if you exceed the previous high?
Also, this leads me to something I suspected but hadn't paid much close attention to before: are the Super X bonuses tracked independently of Jackpot? Because I know on one of the songs I used Jackpot, and my Super Keys result seemed much lower than I'd expected. Is that because any points you earn under Jackpot, including Super X bonus, get folded into Jackpot? If so, I suspect it'd be wise to use something else for runs like this.