18.3 - New batch of full band updates!
Hasn't been a week yet and three new updates are here!
Another brilliant classic from Neil, title track of a classic album, with some really nice guitar work and solos, and nice 'la la la's to sing along to. Also, ending edited so it won't fade out!
One of my favorite songs that I authored. An absolute classic from the Replacements, a very emotional song for me. It's lovely to play and sing, and includes some nice trumpets and strings charted to keys. Really recommend to try that one.
Many many thanks to:
grubextrapolate for charting guitar and bass
Jimi369 for charting vocals and harmonies.
The song probably needs no introduction, an absolute classic from Bowie, iconic guitar line, brilliant harmonies, and just a great song all around. Hope you have fun with it.
Also, "Walk On" by Neil Young have been updated thanks to some comments by Kloperte. The drum chart have been updated to fix some mistakes, and there's now a non fade-out ending too. So if you like the song, redownload the updated version! And if you have any feedback or comments about my customs, feel free to contact.
12.3 - Third batch of full band songs!
Three new tracks today! 2 updates and one new!
One of my favorite songs that I've done. Nick Cave's music is usually known as gloomy and sad, but this is the total opposite. One word to describe this song - celebration. It's upbeat, fun, catchy, and just brilliant. Pro Keys are really tough and varied, drums are tight, but the highlight is vocals - Nick Cave's insanely varied vocal's take took me forever to chart, as he name-drops everyone from Karl Marx to Dylan Thomas, while accompanied by a church choir - who helps fill up this epic track, and you can sing along to them too. Lots of fun!
The opening track from Neil Young's brilliant 'On the Beach', 'Walk On' is full of brilliant guitar lines, a brilliant bass groove and it's a blast to sing along. Another classic from Neil.
Pulp's voyeuristic anthem, about a teenager who hides in his friends closet in order to watch her older sister have sex, is now in Rock Band in all it's glory!
Come sing this brilliant tune, play along to the catchy guitar lines that are literally all over the song, play the ultra tight rhythm section, or breeze along the easy keys part.
It's been a good week for Springsteen fans. After "Pink Cadillac" and "Rosalita" made their way, two essential classics become full band customs today!
Many thanks to:
Spindoctor - who charted guitar and bass
MrBurpler - who charted pro keys and keys.
One of the greatest anthems Springsteen ever written, “Badlands” kicks off his 1978’s masterpiece “Darkness on the Edge of Town”. Since then it became a live staple (in fact it’s the second most played song in Bruce concert history – only behind “Born to Run”) and one of Springsteen’s most beloved song.
“Badlands” is also a perfect fit for Rock Band, and fun to play on all instruments. It’s based on a piano riff, and pro keys are quite challenging. Guitar is solid with a nice (albeit short) solo played by Bruce, drums by Max Weinberg are filled with entertaining fills (and one really quick drum roll!), bass by Garry Tallent is as solid as ever. And of course, vocals are a blast – both the lead vocal by Bruce, and the ultra-iconic and loud harmony voice by Stevie Van Zandt. In fact, while charting I discovered that for years when singing along, in large chunks of the song I’ve been singing the harmony part and not the lead!
Many thanks to the great bsbloom, who did guitar, vocals, pro keys and keys!
A beautiful folk-rock ballad, and the title track of Bruce’s 5th album, “The River” tells the tale of Bruce’s brother-in-law. Led by an acoustic guitar and an haunting harmonica part, “The River” is a beautiful and touching tale of a man who re-adjusting his dreams, facing the harsh reality of life. It remains one of the most well loved songs in Springsteen’s catalog.
“The River” is based on acoustic guitar, so the guitar player will be playing a nice fingerpicking pattern, which develops into a strumming part. Keys are entertaining as well, alternating between harmonica, piano and organ. Bass is melodic and nice, drums are quite basic but still fun. And of course, singing the song is the highlight – and there’s also a nice harmony party by Stevie Van Zandt.
My favorite custom I did so far. “The Ship Song” is one of those songs that are just magical. Essentially a love song, it’s one of Nick Cave’s greatest moments, a huge beautiful anthem, and one of those songs I feel everyone should know.
“The Ship Song” is at core a piano ballad, so the keys chart is interesting for sure. You’ll be mostly playing the piano part, played by Nick Cave himself, but also a bit of Hammond organ, and the beautiful vibraphone solo in the end. Drums are surprisingly entertaining, bass is melodic and beautiful. Guitar is mostly just chords, so it’s the least interesting chart.
And on top of it all, the 3-part harmony is absolutely beautiful. While the main vocalist sing the song, the other two singers will accompany him with “ohhh”s and “ahhh”s. The second singer will also harmonize in the verse and chorus, and even get to sing the lead vocal in the last chorus (as the lead vocalist has a spoken word part over it), while the third singer keeps the “ahhh”s going. It’s honestly a magical song, and hopefully a magical custom too.
More full band songs:
If you've wondered why Thunder Road, one of Springsteen's best songs (and my personal favorite) was suspiciously missing from 3 different Bruce packs... well here's your answer. A full band custom was in the making, collaboration with ejthedj, and now it's ready! Make sure you get it!
I would like to say a huge thank you to ejthedj, who done the majority of the work, including an absolutely insane (seriously, insane) pro keys chart. I've had a blast charting the drums (all difficulties) to this one.
Drum only songs: