August 29, 2014 – Duran Duran 5-pack, Tenacious D, and more, including 25 RBHP upgrades!

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C3 releases for August 29, 2014:

New! Duran Duran C01 5-pack

  • Duran Duran – “Come Undone” (farottone)
  • Duran Duran – “Ordinary World” (farottone)
  • Duran Duran – “Planet Earth” (ShadowOfTheServer feat. farottone)
  • Duran Duran – “Save a Prayer” (farottone)
  • Duran Duran – “The Reflex” (farottone)

New! Singles

  • Eluveitie – “Inis Mona” 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Nightmare Lyre – “Apple Bucking Anthem” M 2x (Nightmare Lyra feat. Linos Melendi)
  • Tenacious D – “Break-In City (Storm the Gate!)” (RyanHYK)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


This week we once again expand the RB selection of an awesome band, ’80s legends Duran Duran! RB2 and official DLC gave us “Hungry Like the Wolf”, “Rio”, and “Girls on Film”, and C3 has previously released “Notorious”, so this week brings us up to nine tracks of sweet bass, catchy vocals, and the occasional ballad! We’ve also got one more Tenacious D song for you, bringing the total to five, and two unique singles to add some spice. Whether or not poppy New Wave is your thing, this week has some great songs. Check it out!

And don’t take my word for it! Here’s what the authors have to say about this week’s songs:

  • “Come Undone” – farottone says, “This song might need a girl to sing the high parts! Cool guitar riff reminiscent of ’90s U2.
  • “Ordinary World” – farottone says, “The most rock-oriented song in this batch. Good vocals with fun vocalizing at the end.
  • “Planet Earth” – farottone says, “Great drum disco beat, fun but easy vocals, and somewhat funky guitar.
  • “Save a Prayer” – farottone says, “A great classic. Fun to sing!
  • “The Reflex” – farottone says, “A slightly customized version, using the intro from the single remix version but the full album cut after that. Great song on all instruments, especially bass, and possibly a bit challenging on drums.
  • “Inis Mona” – NL says, “Amazing mix of Metal and Folk Music, resulting in spectacular Keys and Drums, as well as entertaining and rhythmic Guitar and Bass parts.
  • “Apple Bucking Anthem” – NL says, “Electric violins to Guitar, Banjo to Keys, pounding Blues Drums and HO/PO filled Bass should make this a fun instrumental all around the board.

Fixes uploaded in the last week to previous C3 releases:

  • Nightmare Lyre – “Enter the Hive”: Volume increased, minor G/B fixes

Finally, we’ve got yet another Rock Band Harmonies Project release, with 25 new harmony and Pro Drums upgrades to legacy DLC! espher, KyleJCrb, StackOverflow0x, and Lowlander contributed songs this week, including Grateful Dead 01, Spoon 01, Big Dipper 01, and more. Visit the RBHP website to download these upgrades, and check the end of this blog post for a full list.

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August 22, 2014 – King Crimson and mixed singles!

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C3 releases for August 22, 2014:

New! King Crimson – In the Court of the Crimson King (BearzUnlimited)

  • “21st Century Schizoid Man” M 2x
  • “I Talk to the Wind”
  • “Epitaph” 2x
  • “Moonchild” 2x
  • “The Court of the Crimson King” 2x

New! Singles

  • Enter Shikari – “Mothership” 2x (Gigakoops)
  • Gigakoops – “Trumpy the Acid Trumpet in Space Adventure 9: The Chronicles of Life and Death (ft. Nightmare Lyre and Squiggle Glitz)” M 2x (Gigakoops and Nightmare Lyra)
  • Martin Garrix – “Animals” (ShadowOfTheServer feat. espher)
  • Seether – “Driven Under” (Colonel 32dll and Lowlander)
  • WoodenToaster – “Rainbow Factory” K (Nightmare Lyra)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


Prog rock has close ties to the plastic-instrument family of games; how could it not, when high-level play of games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band thrive on complex and challenging instrumentation? As such, prog rock icons King Crimson and their debut album In the Court of the Crimson King have been requested by rhythm gamers for years and years. Guitar Hero gave a tiny taste with “21st Century Schizoid Man” in GH5, but we’re proud to bring the full album to Rock Band this week in all its complex glory.

But, as usual, there’s more for you if prog rock isn’t your cup of tea — we’ve got a post-hardcore track from Enter Shikari, a popular dance song from Martin Garrix, post-grunge from Seether, and two community-made electronica numbers. Check out the preview video to see if any of it is right for you.

And don’t take my word for it! Here’s what the authors have to say about this week’s songs:

  • “21st Century Schizoid Man” – BearzUnlimited says, “The album is kicked off by ’21st Century Schizoid Man’, a chaotic hard rocker than can be described as ‘jazz metal’. One of the band’s most famous songs, it starts off with heavy guitar riffs and distorted vocals before building up to a frantic, saxophone-driven, 6/8 jazz interlude. The song has a highly varied and melodic bass part, insanely fast drums, and a ridiculous sax solo on keys.” (Also, please note that the charts are not the same as GH5’s.)
  • “I Talk to the Wind” – BearzUnlimited says, “Things then cool down with ‘I Talk to the Wind’, a mellow ballad. Despite being softer and slower, it has some interesting drum rhythms and a variety of wind instruments including two flute solos on keys, as well as a great two-part vocal harmony.”
  • “Epitaph” – BearzUnlimited says, “Next is the symphonic, mellotron-driven ‘Epitaph’, which has an epic, atmospheric sound and a great, emotional vocal performance. Drums have a unique double bass rhythm and some tricky fills building up to the song’s end. There’s also a fun acoustic arpeggio pattern on guitar.”
  • “Moonchild” – BearzUnlimited says, “‘Moonchild’ begins as a dreamy ballad but then drifts off into a free-time improvisation. This section is one of the most unique Rock Band experiences available, due to the unpredictability and complete lack of structure. Guitar, drums, and vibraphone (charted to keys) all have highly varied and challenging parts.”
  • “The Court of the Crimson King” – BearzUnlimited says, “The album is then brought to a close by ‘The Court of the Crimson King’, the band’s signature piece. The song alternates between quiet, poetic verses and grand choruses, with some instrumental interludes in-between. It features a great drum rhythm with lots of big fills, a long flute solo on keys, and fun guitar patterns similar to ‘Epitaph’.”
  • “Rainbow Factory” – NL says, “A unique sounding song with loads of catchy melodies all around the instruments that makes it a fun play without being blisteringly difficult.”

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August 15, 2014 – A three-pack from Latin pop master Shakira, plus three singles!

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C3 releases for August 15, 2014:

New! Shakira C01 3-pack (drummerockband)

  • Shakira – “Can’t Remember to Forget You (ft. Rihanna)”
  • Shakira – “Hips Don’t Lie (ft. Wyclef Jean)”
  • Shakira – “Whenever, Wherever”

Mostly New! Singles

  • Adolescents – “Amoeba” X (Nyxyxylyth and BobQuentok)
  • Aviators – “One Last Letter” M (Linos Melendi feat. Nightmare Lyra) [FtV]
  • Michael Bublé – “Feeling Good” (farottone)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


Rock Band is mostly about rock music, but it’s also about providing a broad variety of music and getting everyone in the room into it, and this week’s pack is the perfect crowd-pleaser. These three songs from Top 40 favorite Shakira will get everyone on their feet, even the ones that don’t care about Guns N’ Roses or Slayer. Pasty white kids, let the music unleash the fierce Latin beast inside you! And if that’s not your thing, we’ve got our first single from punk rock legends Adolescents, another from crooner Michael Bublé (joining “Everything”), and a nu-metal track from brony artist Aviators.

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August 8, 2014 – Four songs from R.E.M.’s Automatic for the People, plus “Thunderhorse” and 22 RBHP upgrades!

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C3 releases for August 8, 2014:

New! Automatic for the People 4-pack (farottone)

  • R.E.M. – “Drive”
  • R.E.M. – “Everybody Hurts”
  • R.E.M. – “The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite”
  • R.E.M. – “Try Not to Breathe”

New! Singles

  • Dethklok – “Thunderhorse” G 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
    Converted from Guitar Hero II

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom. This week, the blue G denotes partial multitracks (guitar and bass stems, keys/drums/vocals in backing).


Automatic for the People, R.E.M.’s eighth studio album, is often heralded as their best work. 22 years later, we’re here to add four more songs from its legacy to Rock Band, joining official DLC’s “Man on the Moon” and earlier C3 release “Nightswimming”! Three of these songs (everything except “Sidewinder”) are ballads, the hallmark of the album, and feature orchestral arrangements by John Paul Jones. (Yes, that John Paul Jones!) Turn down the lights, grab a beverage with an appropriate alcohol content, and get ready to feel some feels.

Next up is “Thunderhorse”, the infamous GH2 track from fictional band Dethklok! Relive your GH2 bonus song nostalgia on guitar, or try out the new vocals, keys, or drums charts. But pick up some food, too. Booze ain’t food.

We’ve also got 22 more Rock Band Harmonies Project upgrades this week, courtesy of espher and StackOverflow0x! To tie in with this week’s C3 release, all of R.E.M. pack 01 gets its much-deserved harmonies, along with Harmonix 01, Maroon 5 01, Anthrax 01, “Kryptonite”, and several others. Check the end of this blog post for the full list of songs, and visit the RBHP page to download these upgrades.

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August 1, 2014 – “In the Air Tonight”, “Whiskey in the Jar”, SoaD, Limp Bizkit, and more!

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C3 releases for August 1, 2014:

New! Singles

  • Anamanaguchi – “Another Winter” (ShadowOfTheServer feat. Gigakoops)
  • Gigakoops – “Good Grief” M 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Limp Bizkit – “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)” (Convour feat. Nightmare Lyra)
  • Metallica – “Whiskey in the Jar” (Colonel32dll and TLITD31 feat. Lowlander)
  • Phil Collins – “In the Air Tonight” (farottone)
  • System of a Down – “Sugar” (Nightmare Lyra)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


Been a while since our last mixed singles week! We love these weeks, since we (hopefully) get to deliver something for everyone. On top of Rock Band’s first Phil Collins track and several other huge singles, this week features several authors from the customs community sponsored by C3 authors! If you’ve got that inner spark for customs and you’d like to get them out there with C3, hit the forums with your full-band work and let us know! Or, if you’re looking to get started, check out this new guide by farottone to creating customs from MIDIs or FoF tracks.

Why should you download these songs?

  • “Another Winter” – If chiptunes are your thing, you can’t do better than Anamanaguchi. This track from the Scott Pilgrim video game will give your Pro Keys hand quite a workout!
  • “Good Grief” – Gigakoops says, “‘Good Grief’ is a multi-track medley based off the Kubler-Ross model of the grieving process, consisting of the songs ‘Denial/Anger’, ‘Bargaining’, ‘Depression’ and ‘Acceptance’.”
  • “Rollin'” – Nightmare Lyra says, “Unbelievably catchy, perfect for both parties and for just rocking out with some heavy riffs and complex drum beats.” A censored radio edit version of this song is also available.
  • “Whiskey in the Jar” – One of Metallica’s most famous covers from Garage Inc. A must for Metallica fans.
  • “In the Air Tonight” – The epic drum fills in this song need no introduction. No better way to introduce Phil Collins to Rock Band!
  • “Sugar” – Nightmare Lyra says, “Mix of jazzy and thrashy beats on drums, iconic riffing on Bass and Guitar and crazy vocals that will leave your tongue twisted for weeks.”

Updates from the last week to previously released C3 tracks:

  • Röyksopp – “Poor Leno”: Fixed a disco flip marker on Drums
  • Rush – “Bastille Day”: Fixed a disco flip marker on Drums

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Poll – How do you feel about Keys/Pro Keys?

Hey, everyone! I know it’s not often that we post outside of a Friday release, but we want your opinions on something.

Keys parts in rock music often belong to one of two schools; either they’re an integral, leading part of the song (“The Final Countdown”, Elton John, Billy Joel, many New Wave songs, etc.) or they perform a less exciting support role, sometimes the same few chords for the whole song. The second kind of keys chart, the less exciting one, is often much lower in the final mix than vocals, drums, or other leading instruments. Harmonix, with all of the stems for each song, was usually able to bump these parts up for Rock Band, making them more noticeable to a Keys/Pro Keys player. Unfortunately, at C3, we don’t have that luxury, and it’s often very difficult to chart a “buried” keys part with any degree of accuracy, even with frequency banding and other tricks. This has led to us releasing a few keys songs without a Keys/PK part, like my own “Dragostea din tei”.

We’d like your thoughts on these “buried” keys parts in the poll below. IMPORTANT: THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO EVERY SONG WITH KEYS! If a song has a prominent keys part, there’s no room for debate — the C3 custom will include a chart for it. This poll only applies to keys parts that are muddy, inaudible, or otherwise near-impossible to chart without stems.

Thanks, and see you on Friday!

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July 25, 2014 – Eleven songs from (mostly) classic movie soundtracks!

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C3 releases for July 25, 2014:

New! At the Movies C01 11-pack

  • AC/DC – “Big Gun” (funkydunkleman feat. farottone)
    (from Last Action Hero)
  • Adam Sandler – “Grow Old With You” (Lowlander)
    (from The Wedding Singer)
  • Adam Sandler – “Somebody Kill Me” (Lowlander)
    (from The Wedding Singer)
  • Green Day – “The Simpsons Theme” (DVDSmith)
    (from The Simpsons Movie)
  • Huey Lewis and the News – “Back in Time” (drummerockband)
    (from Back to the Future)
  • James – “Laid” (EvilCornbread)
    (from American Pie)
  • Kenny Loggins – “Danger Zone” X (BearzUnlimited)
    (from Top Gun)
  • Megadeth – “Angry Again” (farottone)
    (from Last Action Hero)
  • Queensrÿche – “Real World” (farottone)
    (from Last Action Hero)
  • Tegan and Sara – “Everything is AWESOME!!! (feat. The Lonely Island)” (drummerockband and Gigakoops)
    (from The LEGO Movie)
  • The Wonders – “That Thing You Do!” (drummerockband)
    (from That Thing You Do!)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


FADE IN:

C3 WORDPRESS BLOG – FRONT PAGE

The face of DEDICATED ROCK BAND PLAYER is illuminated by the dim glow of a computer monitor as they read PKSAGE’s blog post.

PKSAGE
Stuff your backpack with Mr. Pibb and Red Vines (= crazy delicious), turn down the lights, and get ready to play eleven awesome songs from eight awesome movie OSTs!

Dedicated Rock Band Player’s face breaks into a grin as DANGER ZONE enters from stage left, and wonders if pksage will make an Archer joke.

PKSAGE
Movie composers and sound…arrangers?…have a similar job to us: they have to select a list of songs that works for their thing. It’s, like, exactly the same, am I right? This week they saved us the work, as we…

pksage’s voice fades to a background murmur as Dedicated Rock Band Player loses interest in the rambling blog post.

DEDICATED ROCK BAND PLAYER (V.O.)
Oh man! Which of these songs should I play first? Maybe I should check the preview video to see if I’ve actually heard that one or the other one before, or the visualizer images to get an idea of the difficulty.

PKSAGE
…and then John Drake said I should add some more garlic, which really did help with the…

Dedicated Rock Band Player, obviously tuning out the boring copy at the top of the blog post, scrolls to the end to see if the authors had anything to say about their songs this week. Their eyes are drawn to comments by DVDSMITH, DRUMMEROCKBAND, and BEARZUNLIMITED.

DVDSMITH
(confidently, re: “The Simpsons Theme”)
One of the most iconic TV theme shows of all time makes it into Rock Band! This version, recorded for The Simpsons Movie in 2007, gave Green Day a top 20 hit in the UK and Ireland and at 85 seconds long became one of the shortest hit singles in UK chart history.

DRUMMEROCKBAND
(excitedly, re: “Back in Time”)
Time Travel! Huey Lewis! Guitar Solos! Sax Solos! Just download it already!

DRUMMEROCKBAND (CONT’D)
(re: “That Thing You Do!”)
If you haven’t seen this movie, you’re really missing out. This movie had one of the best soundtracks in movie history (don’t bother arguing with me, you know it’s true), which included the stupidly catchy tune which is this one. For people who have seen this movie, I recommend putting on your favorite pair of sunglasses, play this song on drums and say, ‘I am Spartacus!’

BEARZUNLIMITED
(calmly, re: “Danger Zone”)
Cool guitar riff with a fun solo, tricky arpeggiator patterns and a sax solo on keys, and likely a great party hit for vocals.

Dedicated Rock Band Player is barely seen zipping out of frame, a USB drive clutched in one hand. A moment later, the iconic Xbox 360 startup noise is heard.

PKSAGE
See you next Friday!

FADE OUT.

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July 18, 2014 – Five French tracks, eight Internet songs, and 24 RBHP upgrades!

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C3 releases for July 18, 2014:

New! L’Hexagone C01 5-pack

  • Daft Punk – “Doin’ It Right (ft. Panda Bear)” (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Indochine – “L’aventurier” (Ollie)
  • Kavinsky – “Nightcall (ft. Lovefoxxx)” (Ollie)
  • Stardust – “Music Sounds Better With You” (Ollie)
  • Steve Ouimette – “La Marseillaise” M (Neversoft, Nunchuck, and Lowlander)
    Converted from GH5 DLC

New! The Internet Then and Now C02 8-pack

  • Alex S. – “Melting Pot of Alcohol” 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Black Out Band – “Video Games” (Lowlander)
  • Erwin Beekveld – “They’re Taking the Hobbits to Isengard” (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Rap Critic – “Douchebags, Baby (ft. Oancitizen)” (Nightmare Lyra)
  • SLACKCiRCUS – “Heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa (Fabulous Secret Powers)(BearzUnlimited)
  • Smosh – “Firetruck!” (drummerockband)
  • SunStroke Project & Olia Tira – “Run Away (Eurovision Mix Live)” (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Swede Mason – “Masterchef Synesthesia (Buttery Biscuit Bass) [ft. Gregg Wallace & John Torrode]2x (AddyMilldike)

New! Single

  • Nightmare Lyre & Point Zero – “Spirits of the Everfree” M (Nightmare Lyra & Brony Authoring Group)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


First up this week is another country-centric pack, and this time it’s France! In addition to providing us with excellent fries, toast, dip, bulldogs, horns, swear words, braids, doors, kisses, and poodles, this western Europe country puts out plenty of awesome music. (Including many more genres than this week, which is why this isn’t “Music of France C01″.) If you like synthpop and electronica, or want to collect another Steve Ouimette national anthem with “La Marseillaise”, start a revolution and check out this pack!

We’ve also got a follow-up to The Internet Then and Now with eight more songs! Depending on who you ask, these might be described as “lulztastic”, “win”, “fail”, or even “‘; DROP TABLE Songlist”. Queue these up in a party setlist with “Never Gonna Give You Up” (from DLC), “Bed Intruder Song” (from RBN), and “Gangnam Style” or “Chocolate Rain” (from us), add some alcohol, and you’ve got a recipe for a good time.

To cap it off, we’ve got a single from C3 artist Nightmare Lyra and another scheduled Rock Band Harmonies Project release. This week’s storm of RBHP awesomeness includes The Best of The Who, Roy Orbison 01, Social Distortion 01, Tom Petty Live Anthology 02, and more! Thanks as usual to espher, KyleJCrb, and MarsPhoenix for another month of upgrades. Check the end of this post for the full list of tracks, and visit the Rock Band Harmonies Project site to download these upgrades.

Updates from the last week to previously released C3 tracks:

  • The Passions – “I’m in Love With a German Film Star”: Added Pro G/B, courtesy of columbo777
  • Rush – “Headlong Flight”: Revised guitar solo authoring

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July 11, 2014 – Check out these boss/bitchin’/rad/gnarly/mega bulk/radical ’80s tracks!

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C3 releases for July 11, 2014:

Mostly New! The 1980s C01 13-pack

  • Aldo Nova – “Fantasy” (Colonel 32dll feat. CrazyCanuck and Nyxyxylyth)
  • Asia – “Time Again” (Nyxyxylyth) [FtV]
  • The B-52’s – “Strobe Light” X (Nyxyxylyth)
  • B-Movie – “Nowhere Girl” (Nyxyxylyth) [FtV]
  • The Cars – “Candy-O” X (Colonel 32dll feat. CrazyCanuck and Nyxyxylyth)
  • Culture Club – “Time (Clock of My Heart)” (farottone)
  • Electric Light Orchestra – “Rain is Falling” (Nyxyxylyth) [FtV]
  • Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark – “Enola Gay” X (Nyxyxylyth)
  • The Passions – “I’m in Love With a German Film Star” X (Nyxyxylyth)
  • Rod Stewart – “Baby Jane” (farottone)
  • Sade – “Smooth Operator” (farottone)
  • Shriekback – “Malaria” (Nyxyxylyth) [FtV]
  • Wham! – “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” (farottone)

A red X denotes Pro Guitar/Pro Bass charts, a blue M denotes full multitracks, a blue K denotes a “karaoke” multitrack (separated vocals), and a rusty 2x denotes that a 2x Bass Pedal version is also available. [FtV] denotes a song previously released as a non-C3 custom.


The 1980s! Depending on who you ask, it means childhood, or a weird gap between classic rock and grunge, or possibly the decade where everyone lost their goddamn minds when it came to fashion. Even if everyone associates it with wacky New Wave synths and crazy hairstyles, the ’80s provided us with a wide breadth of music, and we sample a lot of it this week. Fire up your cassette player and jam to our kickin’ tunes!

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