May 16, 2014 – Celebrate Norwegian music with a 7-pack, including “The Fox”, plus 24 RBHP upgrades!

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 16, 2014:

New! Songs of Norway C01 7-pack

  • Dimmu Borgir – “Kings of the Carnival Creation” 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
  • DumDum Boys – “Splitter Pine” (Nightmare Lyra)
  • El Caco – “Substitute” (Lowlander)
  • Nightmare Lyre – “In the Hall of The Mountain King (Edvard Grieg)” M 2x (Nightmare Lyra)
  • Röyksopp – “Poor Leno” (BearzUnlimited)
  • Shining (NOR) – “Fisheye” (AddyMilldike and Nightmare Lyra)
  • Ylvis – “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)” K (Gigakoops and 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.


Hei, alle sammen! Denne uken feirer vi Norge uavhengighet dag, som er i morgen, 17. mai! Norge er hjem til mange innflytelsesrike metal band, blant annet Emperor, Mayhem og Dimmu Borgir, og til og med noen kjente popartister som a-ha! C3 forfatter Nightmare Lyra kommer fra denne vakre frosne landskapet, og har samarbeidet med resten av laget for å gi deg denne pakken. Spenne på viking hjelm, starte opp Skyrim, og få din Norse på!

Wow, Firefox’s spell checker does not like that paragraph.

We’ve also got 24 new Rock Band Harmonies Project upgrades today, including Rock Band’s existing Norwegian acts — Turbonegro, Emperor, more Dimmu Borgir — and many more, including Paramore, Nirvana, “Godzilla” (to play before you go watch the new movie), and a ton of hard rock and metal! Check out the full list of upgrades at the end of this post, and visit the RBHP project site to download them.


Why should you download these songs?

  • “Kings of the Carnival Creation” – “Loads of variation and challenge all around,” says Nightmare Lyra, “with 4 guitar solos, orchestral keys and what might be the most challenging drum chart in the C3 database to date.”
  • “Splitter Pine” – You can’t have a Norway pack without the DumDum Boys, one of the most popular acts within Norway itself. Nightmare Lyra says, “Hard rocking riffs, great bass and drum grooves, soaring held vocal notes and varried rock organ keys makes this a great track to play on everything. Also don’t worry if you don’t understand the lyrics, neither do most Norwegians.”
  • “Substitute” – Lowlander asks, “Remember this song and its kooky music video from The Darkness? The game, not the band. Features a very fun vocal line, even if the lyrics are completely random.”
  • “In the Hall of the Mountain King” – Another of C3 author Nightmare Lyra’s original compositions, which means it’s Norwegian music to the core. NL says, “Cover of the classical piece we all know and love, with crazy and varied drums, and the iconic riff in many different forms across the instruments.”
  • “Poor Leno” – Relax after “Mountain King” with this downtempo electronica piece by Röyksopp. Author BearzUnlimited calls it a “cool, relaxed song with a fun drum rhythm”.
  • “Fisheye” – Possibly one of the most unique genre hybrids to be found in Rock Band. This metal/jazz mashup might sound odd at first, but the main hook will stick in your head and the keys part will leave your fingers burning.
  • “The Fox” – An honorary late addition to our Internet Then and Now pack, I think it is physically impossible to have not heard this song in the last few years. What does the Drake say? “Dietcoke, dietcoke, dietcoke…”

Sees neste fredag​​!


New! Songs of Norway C01 7-pack

Download 2x Bass Pedal version
Additional authoring credit: DeathThreatUK (Drums)

Additional authoring credit: sageamagoo (Pro Keys)

Download 2x Bass Pedal version

Additional authoring credit: Decibelle (Vocals)


Rock Band Harmonies Project – May 16, 2014

Download these upgrades at the RBHP project site.

Rock Band DLC 2008 Harmony Upgrades

  • Black Tide – “Shockwave” (espher)
  • Paramore – “Crushcrushcrush” (GreenPanda12)

Rock Band DLC 2009 Harmony Upgrades

  • Nirvana – “About a Girl” (espher)
  • Nirvana – “Blew” (espher)
  • Rob Zombie – “Burn” (espher)
  • Rob Zombie – “Dragula” (espher)
  • Rob Zombie – “Superbeast” (espher)
  • Turbonegro – “Wasted Again” (espher)
  • White Zombie – “Black Sunshine” (espher)

Rock Band DLC 2010 Harmony Upgrades

  • 3 Doors Down – “It’s Not My Time” (espher)
  • Blue Öyster Cult – “Godzilla” (espher)
  • I Mother Earth – “Levitate” (espher)
  • Motörhead – “Killed by Death ’08” (espher)
  • Nazareth – “Hair of the Dog” (espher)
  • TRUSTCompany – “Downfall” (espher)

Rock Band Network Harmony Upgrades

  • Dimmu Borgir – “The Serpentine Offering” (espher)
  • Emperor – “Curse You All Men! (Live)” (espher)
  • Emperor – “Inno A Satana (Live)” (espher)

Rock Band DLC 2009 Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • Rob Zombie – “Dragula” (sageamagoo)

Rock Band Network Pro Drum Upgrades

  • Andrew Buch – “Trippolette” (KyleJCrb)
  • Speck – “Grumpytown” (KyleJCrb)
  • Stroke 9 – “Little Black Backpack ’09” (KyleJCrb)
  • Stroke 9 – “Kick Some Ass ’09” (KyleJCrb)
  • Voodoo Pharmacology – “Minnesota” (KyleJCrb)
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4 comments on “May 16, 2014 – Celebrate Norwegian music with a 7-pack, including “The Fox”, plus 24 RBHP upgrades!

  1. Hey guys, for the first time I’m having some trouble loading a song onto my flash drive to bring it over to my Xbox. Never had this problem before, but with The Fox, Modio says it is injecting it, but it doesn’t show up (In Modio, or the Xbox), and Party Buffalo says it is being used by another program. I’ve restarted, logged off, everything, but just The Fox will not work. Help if you’ve got an idea?

    • Worked for me so that is odd indeed. The first thing I would do though is to redownload the CON file to make sure nothing broke during download and then renaming the CON to a completely different name, that might work

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