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C3 releases for January 24, 2014:
- AWOLNATION – “Sail” M (uSound)
- Eagles of Death Metal – “Cherry Cola” M (HankScorpio)
Converted from Guitar Hero: World Tour DLC
- John 5 – “Black Widow of La Porte” M (Nightmare Lyre) (incl. 2x bass)
Converted from Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
- Pink Floyd – “Dogs” (BearzUnlimited)
- Van Halen – “Spanish Fly” M X (AddyMilldike)
Converted from Guitar Hero: Van Halen
From the Vault: Single
- Pink Floyd – “San Tropez” X (Nyxyxylyth)
A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass, a blue M denotes full multitracks, and a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals).
This week is kind of conversion-themed, kind of devil-tier-guitar-themed, and kind of too-many-hyphens-themed! But it’s definitely rock-themed. Even “Sail”, the least rock-ish of them, is way heavier than some frilly little lo-fi indie song. Make a fist, bust out your index and pinky fingers, and get to work!
The heavy beats in uSound’s authoring of AWOLNATION’s “Sail” will remind you why their album is called Megalithic Symphony, and should also remind you of this. “Cherry Cola”, brought to you by HankScorpio, is basically a Queens of the Stone Age track — but that’s hardly a bad thing. Nightmare Lyre terrorizes you with the blisteringly difficult “Black Widow of La Porte”, one of the “boss”-type songs from GH6, and AddyMilldike does you no further favors with “Spanish Fly” from GHVH. Full combo these in RB and post a video on our forums if you want to be treated like a golden god for a week. Finally, we’ve got two more precious Pink Floyd tracks from BearzUnlimited and Nyxyxylyth, fleshing out our track selection for this highly-requested band that needs no introduction. (“Time” is also available in our database.) “Dogs”, at 17 minutes, will probably be the second-longest song in your library after “2112”. Have fun!
Fixes uploaded in the last week to previous C3 releases include:
- Radiohead – “Paranoid Android”: Corrected one section’s harmony pitches
See you next Friday!