May 22, 2015 – Spandau Ballet 5-pack!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.

We may not have a video this week due to copyright issues on our usual video sites. Thanks, Obama.


C3 releases for May 22, 2015:

New! Spandau Ballet C01 5-pack (farottone)

  • Spandau Ballet – “Gold”
  • Spandau Ballet – “How Many Lies?”
  • Spandau Ballet – “I’ll Fly for You”
  • Spandau Ballet – “Through the Barricades”
  • Spandau Ballet – “True”

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


Time for a lesson in rock history! Have you heard of New Romanticism? Well, now you have. This particular style infused this week’s new wave band with a certain je nais se quoi, which you can now relive in Rock Band! Almost all of these songs were top 10 hits in the UK, where the band found most of its success — “True” was the only big single in the US. Give Spandau Ballet a shot even if you’re not already a fan. You have some great music waiting for you.

farottone writes, “Spandau Ballet is probably less popular in the US than Duran Duran but they released a good number of great songs and a handful of instant classics. True and Gold are probably the most recognisable tracks all over the world: True is a very catchy slow song, Gold is a fast paced dissonant pop gem with very engaging pro keys. Through the Barricades is a classic pop-rock ballad with lots of guitar arpeggios while How Many Lies is another slow hit with one of the wittiest short drums fill in my book. Finally, I’ll Fly for You is a lounge-ish track that will satisfy the Sade-loving crowd. No song is challenging on any instrument (except for Through the Barricades on guitar) but they are all great fun to play and an absolute blast to sing solo and with harmonies. On that note, Tony Hadley had/has a beautiful timbre and a nice extension, so stretch your vocal chords for these songs! This pack should be a treat for all the new wave-craving players out there.”

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

By pksage Posted in Packs

May 15, 2015 – The B-side of Rush’s “2112”, including “A Passage to Bangkok”!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for May 15, 2015:

New! Rush C02 (2112 B-sides) 5-pack 

  1. Rush – “A Passage to Bangkok” (farottone and narutostarwars123456)
  2. Rush – “The Twilight Zone” (farottone and narutostarwars123456)
  3. Rush – “Lessons” (farottone and Oscarj08)
  4. Rush – “Tears” (Lowlander2, farottone, and Oscarj08)
  5. Rush – “Something for Nothing” (farottone and narutostarwars123456)

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


Rushy Rushy Rush! I love Rush. Here it goes down. Down into my belly.

…man, two years of blog posts really drains the ol’ creative juices. But anyway, this week we have more tracks from fan favorites Rush! The B-side of 2112 has all kinds of goodies, and all of them are here in their full glory for your rocking pleasure.

farottone says, “We already have 2112, the suite, as official DLC, now we’re releasing the original B side of that album, with some great songs. This is arguably one of the 2 unmissable Rush albums (the other being Moving Pictures) and it’s a great hard rock experience.”

Author comments for this week’s releases:

  • “A Passage to Bangkok” – farottone says, “One of the anthems for stoners the world over! Guitar, bass and drums by narutostarwars123456″
  • “The Twilight Zone” – farottone says, “A song inspired by the amazing classic Sci Fi TV series has a swingy feel, approachable guitar and fun lyrics. Guitar, bass and drums by narutostarwars123456″
  • “Lessons” – farottone says, “The most fun song on drums by Rush of this era. Not too hard, definitely varied, great fun all around. Expect a few volume issues at the end due to the quality of the original recording.”
  • “Something for Nothing” – farottone says, “One of the 2/3 most Ayn Rand influenced songs from Rush and most importantly a very challenging song on all instruments. Expect a few minor volume issues at the end because of the quality of the original recording. Guitar, bass and drums by narutostarwars123456″

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

May 8, 2015 – Seven songs from Queen’s “A Night at the Opera” and “A Day at the Races”!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for May 8, 2015:

New! Queen – “Night and Day” 7-pack (farottone and Banzai85)

  • Queen – “Good Company”
  • Queen – “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon”
  • Queen – “The Prophet’s Song”
  • Queen – “Seaside Rendezvous”
  • Queen – “Sweet Lady”
  • Queen – “Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)”
  • Queen – “You and I”

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


Here at C3 we’re suckers for cute pack themes and names, and this week farottone takes the cake. These seven awesome Queen songs, from their back-to-back hit albums A Night at the Opera (1975, ft. “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Death on Two Legs”, “You’re My Best Friend”) and A Day at the Races (1976, ft. “Tie Your Mother Down”, “Somebody to Love”, “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy”), are a must-have for players of all instruments. farottone says: “This pack hides a number of great songs most people mey not be familiar with: try it and you won’t be disappointed! All guitar parts are done by or based on charts by Banzai85, same goes for tempo mapping.”

Author comments for this week’s releases:

  • “The Prophet’s Song” – farottone says, “Classic Queen hard rock songs, this is arguably the most difficult song to FC on harmonies. The middle section is a brutal series of 3 vocal parts delayed and complex harmonies.” (He’s not kidding — I helped playtest these vocals charts, and hoo boy.)
  • “Seaside Rendezvous” – farottone says, “So, this is an incredible little song. If you listen to it I promise you it will be stuck on your ears. It’s amazing on keys and it features a kazoo-type solo on vocals! On that note, the entire solo is done on vocals by Mercury and Taylor.”
  • “Sweet Lady” – farottone says, “One of the most hard rock songs of Queen’s catalogue, it’s got a great guitar part and drums get challenging at the end.”
  • “Teo Torriatte” – farottone says, “Finally you’ll be able to sing in Japanese even if you don’t love underage girl in panties or weird giant animals!”

If you’d like a better idea of the stone cold crazy harmonies on “The Prophet’s Song”, take a peek:

(Note: This is from an earlier version of the song, and the final version has been polished a bit.)

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

By pksage Posted in Packs

May 1, 2015 – “Puttin’ on the Ritz”, Jefferson Starship, Jessie J, “Banditos”, and OK Go!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for May 1, 2015:

New! Singles

  • Jefferson Starship – “Jane” X (Nyxyxylyth)
  • Jessie J – “Domino” (bsbloom, ShadowOfTheServer, and Tails4eva ft. farottone)
  • OK Go – “A Million Ways” M (Neversoft and pksage)
    Converted from Band Hero
  • The Refreshments – “Banditos” (pksage, Nunchuck, and Sygenysis)
  • Taco – “Puttin’ on the Ritz” (DoNotPassGo ft. 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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


I’ve said it many times before, but I love mixed singles weeks! It’s the exotic bazaar of the Rock Band world, with delightful aromas and mysterious trinkets all around you. There’s usually something for everyone, and all five of this week’s songs are something different! Classic rock (our first by Jefferson Starship), a modern hit from pop radio, sort-of-angsty indie/alternative, regular ol’ rock, and…whatever the hell “Puttin’ on the Ritz” is! They’re all different, but they’re all great, and you should grab them all.

Author comments for this week’s releases:

  • “A Million Ways” – This one felt like rescuing a sick puppy from the pound. Band Hero had synth charted to guitar, heavy censorship, and some authoring issues on bass and vocals, all of which have been addressed. And, of course, you get harmonies and keys! Now we just need to get the dance into Dance Central.
  • “Banditos” – I’ve loved this song since forever, and gleefully played it as a custom way back in GH2. It’s the perfect song for a guitar-based music game, and I’m pleased to present this revamped version of Nunchuck and Sygenysis’s community custom.

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

April 24, 2015 – Love Bites, Love Bites, and a Middle Class Rut 3-pack!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for April 24, 2015:

New! Middle Class Rut C01 3-pack (Neversoft and StackOverflow0x)

  • Middle Class Rut – “Lifelong Dayshift” M
  • Middle Class Rut – “New Low” M
  • Middle Class Rut – “Sad to Know” M
    All converted from GH:WoR DLC

New! Singles

  • Halestorm – “Love Bites (So Do I)” X M 2x (GreenPanda12 and PikminGuts92)
    Converted from BandFuse
  • Judas Priest – “Love Bites” M (Lowlander)

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


Let me speak on the pompitous of love. Sometimes, she loves you (yeah, yeah, yeah), and sometimes you’re a lovefool. Sometimes you have a whole lotta love, and sometimes you take a love dump. What is love? Is it digital, or all around, or on the way? Well, it’s Friday, and I’m here to tell you that sometimes…love bites. But don’t take my word for it — listen to this week’s songs! We’ve also got a three-pack from heavy alt-rockers Middle Class Rut, and all five of today’s songs feature full multitracks. I love it.

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

April 17, 2015 – Tears for Fears 3-pack!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for April 17, 2015:

New! Tears for Fears C01 3-pack (farottone)

  • Tears for Fears – “Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)”
  • Tears for Fears – “Mad World”
  • Tears for Fears – “Sowing the Seeds of Love”

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


The ’80s is full of iconic ’80s bands, but one of the most…uh…’80s-ish is definitely Tears for Fears, whose biggest singles were released across RB3, Blitz, and DLC. But that’s barely scratching the surface of a famous New Wave band with six albums, and we’re here this week to make a bigger dent. Dust off the keys controller, let it all out, and rule the world!

Authors’ comments for this week’s releases:

  • “Laid So Low” – farottone says, “Very different song for those used to a softer sound from Tears for Fears, very much guitar driven.”
  • “Mad World” – farottone says, “A classic Tears for Fears track, probably more famous in the US for its cover featured in Donnie Darko (which we released almost 2 years ago). The keyboard part is accessible enough to unskilled players but not boring.”
  • “Sowing the Seeds of Love” – farottone says, “This is truly a pop epic, with plenty of Beatles (in fact Magical Mystery Tour) influences and a real challenge on vocals. It’s fun all around but awesome to sing.”

Fixes uploaded in the past week to previous C3 releases:

  • Lady Gaga – “Marry the Night”: Fixed missing disco flip marker on drums

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

By pksage Posted in Packs

April 10, 2015 – Celebrate two years of C3 with more multitrack customs!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander. This video contains a future C3 release that we ended up bumping to a later week. Enjoy your spoilers!


C3 releases for April 10, 2015:

New! C3 Anniversary Multitracks C02 5-pack

  • Britney Spears – “…Baby One More Time” M (Dash Riprock, EmotionalDaisy, and pksage)
  • Lady Gaga – “Marry the Night” M (GreenPanda12 and Arcanon)
  • Madonna – “Borderline” M (farottone)
  • Michael Jackson – “Rock With You” M (farottone)
  • Robbie Williams – “Let Me Entertain You” M (DVDSmith)

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since “The Rapture”, a small group of Rock Band nerds’ dream to get just one more week of DLC. Well, somehow one week turned into one hundred, and the 26 songs we released that day became over 1,000(!). If we were Harmonix and our first week was RB1, The Beatles: Rock Band would be brand new, and we’d be preparing to release the first Tom Petty pack. And now the real Harmonix is developing Rock Band 4! What a trip, man. We’re excited to be here, and to continue to provide weekly “DLC” until Harmonix starts back up.

It’s true — as farottone recently posted on our forums, we’ll be winding down later this year in deference to RB4 and the actual developers. We’ll continue to provide a platform for community customs, and all C3 customs will continue to be available, minus any that are released as official content. We’ll give you more info as RB4’s release draws closer, but that’s a long way off, so for now…it’s party time! Like our first anniversary, we’ve got a pack full of multitrack customs for your note-missing and karaoke-ing pleasure. If you’re a stickler for that genuine Rock Band feel, look no further! And remember, you can always filter our database to show only multitracked songs.

I know we do this next bit a lot, but I’d like to take a second to appreciate everyone that’s made C3 what it is today. TrojanNemo helped get us off the ground and coded almost all of our critical tools; the current accessibility of customs authoring is almost entirely thanks to him. Fellow admins Nyxyxylyth and espher have also been there from the start, wrangling our plans and our forums and all kinds of other stuff. Our crew of dedicated authors, many of which have ALSO also been there from close to the start, make our content possible. (Special shout-outs to our most prolific authors, including Nightmare Lyra, BearzUnlimited, Gigakoops, RyanHYK, Lowlander2, drummerockband, Arcanon, Ollie, and ws54. You all rock, even if you weren’t listed!) But everyone I’ve just mentioned would agree that farottone deserves the lion’s share of the praise, even if he really hates it when I do this. farottone has produced over 350 full songs, which accounts for a full 1/3rd of our post-Rapture content. Mostly, though, he’s kept the faith this entire time, continuing to plan packs, help our authors, post on the forums, and generally be way more active than most of us. The name says that C3 is a collective, and it is, but farottone is what keeps us together. You rock, man.

Authors’ comments for this week’s releases:

  • “…Baby One More Time” – Back in February, I promised DR that I’d pick this song up for the anniversary pack. farottone reminded me of that promise yesterday, and I decided to bust ass overnight to get it done in time. I’m writing this at 3 AM as a result, but it’s Britney O’Clock somewhere! This song is the perfect addition to Toxic, one of our most-downloaded tracks, and is liquid nostalgia if you grew up with it. But even beyond its catchy vocal hooks and overall party appeal, you’ve got a chunky bassline, actual guitar on Guitar, and a driving drum beat!
  • “Borderline” – farottone says, “MFX did an incredible job at remixing the raw stems so that the song in game now sounds even better than the original. If you’re enjoying the song in Rock Band 3 a ton of credit goes to him!”
  • “Let Me Entertain You” – DVDSmith says, “A massive hit from the UK’s biggest-selling solo artist, this song is a must-have for EVERY Rock Band player. Insanely enjoyable on all instruments. And if you don’t know who Robbie Williams is, check out this video and see why he’s considered one of the greatest British artists of the last 25 years.”

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

April 3, 2015 – They Might Be Giants 3-pack, “Twilight Zone”, Mastodon, and LittleKuriboh!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander. This video doesn’t contain “Doctor Worm”, because pksage is a procrastinator, but it does contain our two April Fools’ songs.


C3 releases for April 3, 2015:

New! They Might Be Giants C01 3-pack

  • They Might Be Giants – “Ana Ng” (pksage)
  • They Might Be Giants – “Birdhouse in Your Soul” (MiltoniusPrime, pksage, and clumsy_plumsy)
  • They Might Be Giants – “Doctor Worm” (pksage and MiltoniusPrime)

New! LittleKuriboh C01 3-pack (Arcanon)

  • LittleKuriboh – “Paraboss (ft. ShadyVox and TheAzureCrow)” M
  • LittleKuriboh – “Pharaoh’s Throne” M
  • LittleKuriboh – “The King of Rhymes (ft. ShadyVox)” K

New! Singles

  • Golden Earring – “Twilight Zone” (MFX)
  • Mastodon – “The Last Baron” 2x (BearzUnlimited)

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


They might be rain, they might be heat, but they’re definitely coming to your Rock Band library this week! They Might Be Giants finally accordions their way into C3, along with the huge single “Twilight Zone”, a lengthy prog epic from Mastodon’s Crack the Skye, and a 3-pack from the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged, LittleKuriboh. When does the bullet hit the bone? That’s nobody’s business but the Turks.

Authors’ comments for this week’s releases:

  • TMBG C01 – They Might Be Giants is one of those bands that was suspiciously absent from official DLC. You’d think they’d have gotten at least one song, right? This pack starts to remedy that with three of the band’s biggest hits, including charting singles “Ana Ng” and “Birdhouse in Your Soul”. “Doctor Worm” finishes out the pack with some very Rock-Band-y lyrics. If you’ve only heard of TMBG through “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” or “Boss of Me” (from Malcolm in the Middle), do yourself a favor and check out all three of these!
  • “Paraboss” – Arcanon says, “A parody of the second half of Tenacious D’s ‘Beelzeboss (The Final Showdown).’ This is the climactic song sung by all 3 main characters (and two others) in the Abridged version of the movie ‘Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time.'”
  • “Pharaoh’s Throne” – Arcanon says, “A parody of Lady Gaga’s ‘Telephone.’ This is the third Lady Gaga parody done by LittleKuriboh featuring characters from his Abridged series. It was created as a result of Card Games for Charity 5, held to raise money for voice actor Dan Green (Yugi Muto/Yami) after his wife’s tragic passing.”
  • “The King of Rhymes” – Arcanon says, “Also known as ‘YUGI VS JADEN – BATTLE!,’ this epic four-part rap battle pulls from Xzibit’s ‘X,’ Prime Cut’s rap from The Brak Show, Eminem’s ‘Business,’ and Flight of the Conchords’ ‘Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros’ to show what would happen if these two main characters threw down with rhymes instead of cards. Grab a friend for this one, you’re gonna want to play the harmonies.”
  • “Twilight Zone” – MFX says, “I created a new mix for this, featuring banded pseudo-stems for bass and drums, coming in at just under 6 minutes. It’s derived from the 8 minute album version, but cuts down the solo section in the same location as the shorter radio edit. Best part is that it adds a definitive ending that those mixes lacked (having fade-outs, both) while keeping the repeated choruses of the long version for extra vocal singalong fun.”
  • “The Last Baron” – Bearz says, “This prog metal epic has  fun, varied drums with lots of crazy fills. The guitar and bass parts both have their share of technical riffs as well. The vocals are interesting don’t just sit around while the other instruments solo, either.” For an alternate version of this song with all “ghost notes” authored, check out our Other Customs forum.

Fixes uploaded in the last week to previous C3 releases:

  • Jonathan Wolff – “Seinfeld”: Now correctly in stereo instead of mono.

See you next Friday!

Continue reading

March 27, 2015 – Nine TV show theme songs!

Note: Videos may contain authoring issues that have been fixed, and are for preview purposes only. Video recording courtesy of Lowlander.


C3 releases for March 27, 2015:

New! TV Themes C01 9-pack

  • Alabama 3 – “Woke Up This Morning” (farottone and Meander)
    from The Sopranos
  • Barenaked Ladies – “The History of Everything” (DoNotPassGo and ejthedj)
    from The Big Bang Theory
  • Daniel Ingram – “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Theme” K (Nightmare Lyra)
    from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
  • Elliott, Ferguson, Berghofer – “Barney Miller” (Nyxyxylyth)
    from Barney Miller
  • Jonathan Wolff – “Seinfeld” (BearzUnlimited)
    from Seinfeld
  • Ragtime Revolutionaries – “Chicks Dig Giant Robots” (RyanHYK)
    from Megas XLR
  • The Refreshments – “Yahoos and Triangles” (BearzUnlimited)
    from King of the Hill
  • The Rembrandts – “I’ll Be There for You” K (pksage and farottone)
    from Friends
  • The Ventures – “Hawaii Five-O” (BearzUnlimited)
    from Hawaii Five-O

New! The L-Train (and friends) – Moonrise (Linos Melendi ft. Nightmare Lyra)

  1. Moonrise Pt.1: Prelude, Harmony M 2x
  2. Moonrise Pt.2: Nightfall M 2x
  3. Moonrise Pt.3: Lunar March, Battle of Sun and Moon M 2x
  4. Moonrise Pt.4: Daybreak, Harmony Restored M 2x

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 by a C3 author outside of C3.


OK, this is from the bad season, and what’s-his-name is in there, and we didn’t actually do the Parks and Rec theme. But it has Rock Band in it!

This week’s pack has been a long time coming! TV theme songs are some of the catchiest tunes around, and their fame/popularity makes them perfect choices for every Rock Band party. We’ve got old shows, new shows, live-action shows, animated shows, comedies, dramas… Our only regret is that we only had time for nine songs! Cue up the laugh track, greet your friend Norm, and prepare to rock (or at least pantomime your rocking, depending on your show’s budget).

And if you somehow don’t like any of these awesome theme songs, or you just happen to like epic metal operas — a very reasonable position — we’ve got that, too!

Authors’ comments for this week’s releases:

  • “Seinfeld” – A classic! Bearz says, “Funky bass line and brass on keys.”
  • “Yahoos and Triangles” – Bearz says, “This short but sweet tune from ‘King of the Hill’ has some great guitar leads and fun, if somewhat repetitive, bass and drum parts.”
  • “I’ll Be There for You” – We simply couldn’t have released this pack without this song, and it ended up being really Rock Band-appropriate! This full 3+ minute version includes a guitar solo, bass riffs that almost never repeat themselves, and of course the iconic vocals. Also, uh…something something Chanandler Bong.
  • “Hawaii Five-O” – Bearz says, “This classic instrumental has a fun, fairly challenging drum part. The guitar and keys mostly follow the main melody, but the keys have some additional interesting flourishes.”
  • Moonrise – NL says, “Linos Melendi bring you this fully multitracked 25 minute long grand epic Rock Opera for Rock Band, which sadly had to be split up into 4 parts due to game engine limitations. Even so, this is still a blast to play with majestic operatic vocals, varied and challenging guitar parts, orchestral and active keys, fast and heavy drums and good riffy bass parts. This song was previously available elsewhere, though this new version have improved charts and audio mixing so even if you already have the first version we still recommend you pick this up. Play all parts in order for the best effect of how it’s meant to be experienced!”

Fixes uploaded in the last week to previous C3 releases:

  • Sleeping with Sirens – “Fuck You”: Minor lyrics fixes

See you next Friday!

Continue reading