Okay, so DLC is almost done and a general aura of malaise hangs over the Rock Band Forums. Here's a thread where you can reflect on happier times.
Use this thread to talk about DLC releases (or possibly songs included on disc) where Harmonix seemed to release it just for you!
I'm not talking about being grateful that Harmonix put out Linkin Park or similarly huge bands. I'm asking you to think back to a time that Harmonix shocked you by releasing DLC that you figured you and maybe 10 other people would actually care about. Bands that you thought were too obscure to see an official DLC release, or perhaps it was a major artist, but it was an obscure deep track that you love and thought would never see release.
For me, the first song that comes to mind is "Can't Let Go" by Lucinda Williams. Now granted, she's not super-obscure, but she is certainly not the first artist you think of when you hear "Rock Band" and certainly not a country artist that I would have thought would be among the very first (2nd country pack) to be included in the game.
"Let Forever Be" by the Chemical Brothers was another weird favorite of mine -- it's not even in the top 5 most popular Chemical Brothers songs listed on last.fm (it is 6th, currently), but is by far my favorite of theirs.
Also, "Geraldine" by Glasvegas. That was kind of out of nowhere, and totally appreciated.
Finally, when they announced that War's "Spill the Wine" was coming out, I nearly soiled myself in excitement. I'm pretty certain that virtually no one was lobbying for War/Eric Burden's weirdly surreal Latin/Funk/Spoken Word whatever-it-is, but it sure made my day.