WOOP. Video interview
So.. no HMX guys have confirmed if the woodblocks and cowbells are playable in The Trees. :|
At the end of the day, if multiple full albums couldn't be done, I would accept a Who-like Greatest Hits type package
La Villa Stranglato (yeah i know its an instrumental but oh well)
In The End (get those lighters up in the air)
By-Tor and the Snow Dog
Fly By Night
Red Sector A
Distant Early Warning
sorry post-Grace Under Pressure era Rush....there may be time for you 2nd time around
Last edited by Happyknife; 08-07-2008 at 08:02 PM.
Rust in Peace for Full Album DLC - Never Forget
Pet Sounds for Full Album DLC
My ideal RUSH 12 pack (if following Tho Who type of pack)
A Passage to Bangkok
Fly By Night
By-tor & the Snow Dog
A Farewell to Kings
Spirit of the Radio
New World Man
Roll the Bones
The Larger Bowl
GET ON IT HMX!
You know what underappreciated song for RB from Rush would be the Fountain Of Lamenth from Carress of Steel. It has like 7 different songs wrapped into one and does the whole nine yards (including an on-album drum solo). Its a literally epic song that deserves a look. It's pretty much unheard of from non-Rush fans, but its great. Kinda Jethro Tull meets Yes meets Rush. Very progressive and even had a track based on Tolkien lore (The Necromancer...another epic multi seque song)
Carress of Steel is one of the unrecognized masterpieces of modern music. Another would be Sad Wings of Destiny by Judas Priest. Both just classic albums that sometimes get swept under the rug by the general public.
Last edited by Happyknife; 08-08-2008 at 10:50 PM.
Very underrated. Lakeside Park and Bastille Day are also songs that I wouldn't mind on Rock Band.
I know it happened awhile ago, but when they announced Rush I just started screaming at the top of my lungs out of total joy.
As for A Passage to Bangkok, you're probably right, I never even thought about how the lyrics wouldn't get pass the ESRB or whoever controls that, it does sorta directly talk about weed. That being said, I thought the Grateful Dead had some pretty druggie lyrics as well.