Aerosmith – “Walk This Way”
Aerosmith – “Sweet Emotion”
Aerosmith – “Back in the Saddle”
Aerosmith – “Dream On (Live)”
Aerosmith – “Legendary Child”
Aerosmith – “Lover Alot”
"Dream On" Pro Upgrade
"Sweet Emotion" Pro Upgrade
1 Or 2 New RBN Tracks
3 Or More New RBN Tracks
Correct. Of the 25 Blitz songs, 12 are currently standalone DLC for all 3 consoles. "Death on Two Legs" and "One Week" are on Wii, but not the other two (so expect one, but not both, in the next release).
Is it me, or is drums not charted for the start of Sweet Emotion? I'm sure I'm hearing them.
Dream On sounds, well, different. It's something that would probably sound good if I was drunk.
hmxhenry "We never stopped loving you, not for a second."
What a great pack! I wasnt expecting this announcement last week. These are really fun on legacy guitar. The solo on sweet emotion is a blast!
Xbox 360 Gamertag: KindofIceman
The reason behind this is tied a bit to the submission process. Content isn't submitted to all 3 consoles at the same time and the submission process is different for all 3 consoles as well. We were able to turnaround quick submissions for 360 and PS3 (during the hectic holiday schedule), but we weren't able to work with Nintendo to get the pack slotted in for the planned 1/29 release date. Due to the way Nintendo processes their submissions and the timeline we were working on, 3/12 was the soonest we were able to schedule that content.
The incorrect date should have been caught in the announcement before it was published and we apologize for any confusion that's caused. We've synced up with the DLC team to make sure that future announcements are reviewed more closely and delays are communicated more effectively so we don't see mix ups like this again in the future. Sorry again for the conflicting date info.
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If the Facebook winners have all been notified then yep. Big shocker. I didn't win, again.
For more (!) background info on the vocals for "Dream On" (specifically, why does Steven Tyler sing this way?!), there is this quote from Aerosmith's autobiography, in reference to Aerosmith's first album:
Yes, I changed my voice when we did the final vocals. I didn't like my voice, the way it sounded. I was insecure, but nobody told me not to do it. I thought I didn't sound right on tape. To me, it sounded like a neutered or castrato voice and I wanted to sound a little bit black because I was from Yonkers and back then James Brown and Sly Stone were the only ones saying anything in music, so I put that **** on.
I got a lot of **** for it, too.
I used this voice for "One Way Street" and all of that stuff except "Dream On." "Dream On" is the real me.
...and actually, it doesn't explain why he does it on "Dream On", but he still does do it live from time to time - and it happens that Rock Band has a version that does. Tyler does do his "little bit black" voice all over that first album though.