June 27, 2014 – Celebrate Canada Day with 10 songs by 10 Canadian acts and 30 RBHP upgrades!

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C3 releases for June 27, 2014:

Mostly New! Songs of Canada C01 10-pack

  • Crash Test Dummies – “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm” (farottone)
  • deadmau5 – “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (ft. Bob Swire)” (Gigakoops)
  • Len – “Steal My Sunshine” K (drummerockband)
  • Peaches – “Kick It (ft. Iggy Pop)” (Lowlander) [FtV]
  • Prozzäk – “Sucks to Be You” (Gigakoops)
  • Rush – “Time Stand Still” (farottone) [FtV]
  • Serena Ryder – “What I Wouldn’t Do” (drummerockband)
  • Sum 41 – “Pain for Pleasure” K (pksage)
  • Tegan and Sara – “Walking With a Ghost” (drummerockband)
  • Unicron – “Broken Vessels” 2x (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.


O Canada
Our source for awesome bands

Truly baller songs and tons of kickin’ jams
With inst’rments held our drumsticks rise
The True North rocking free
From Rush to Len
O Canada, we download songs for thee
Ten songs this week (did I mention Geddy Lee?)
O Canada, we download songs for thee
O Canada, we download songs for thee

Aw yeah. (credit to worth1000.com)

Happy birthday, Canada! Each year, July 1 marks the anniversary of modern-day Canada being properly formed out of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada. Since that day almost 150 years ago, Canada has produced Tom Thomson, public healthcare, tons of zinc and uranium, and a million jokes about maple syrup and hockey, but today we celebrate Canada’s storied musical legacy with ten new songs for your Rock Band library!

It’s also a very special birthday for the Rock Band Harmonies Project, started and maintained by one of our favorite Canadians, espher! This release marks the two-year anniversary of RBHP fleshing out the back catalog of official DLC. In that time, various contributors have put together 825 upgrades for you to enjoy. Holy shit! Here’s to two years, espher & co., and that the rest of it doesn’t take as long as espher projects it will. This week’s big release includes Alice in Chains 01 & 02, the Taking Back Sunday pack, the Toby Keith pack, and “The Perfect Drug”, along with five(!) new Keys/Pro Keys charts! Thanks to Drihscol, espher, StackOverflow0x, sageamagoo, KyleJCrb, and non_zero for this week’s work. To download these upgrades, visit the RBHP website.


Why should you download these songs?

  • “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm” – Almost certainly the most famous song by Crash Test Dummies, an iconic Canadian rock band. A great karaoke number, and a famous-song staple for anyone’s library.
  • “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” – deadmau5 has exploded in popularity in recent years, and like “Mmm”, this is probably his most famous single. It peaked at #1 on the US Dance chart, and it’ll top the charts at your next party with its high-energy house beats!
  • “Steal My Sunshine” – Just sit back and let the ’90s wash over you. drummerockband says, “Awesome one hit wonder song that most people will probably recognize. Great duet between the brother and sister.”
  • “Kick It” – I’ll take “unlikely duets” for 400, Alex! Peaches and Iggy Pop trade banter in this piece of avant garde electroclash. (FtV fixes/additions to this song include reductions, a new tempo map, and vocals fixes.)
  • “Time Stand Still” – farottone keeps whittling down the list of big Rush songs we don’t already have with this single from Hold Your Fire. (FtV fixes/additions to this song include reductions, Pro Keys, new harmony vocals, venue animations, and touch-ups to all instruments.)
  • “Sucks to Be You” – Another biggest-single hit from the pop group Prozzäk. If you like groups like Aqua, this will be right up your alley!
  • “What I Wouldn’t Do” – drummerockband says, “Fun vocals and harmonies. Most Canadians have probably heard this song on the radio cause its catchy as hell. I also just recently saw Serena Ryder and took notes for charting this while she performed it, so that’s what I call commitment!”
  • “Pain for Pleasure” – The final track from the iconic pop-punk album All Killer, No Filler. Sum 41 pretended to be a metal band with this tongue-in-cheek song, and they were so good at it that their next album was much more metal-y. Pain for Pleasure, best band eever!
  • “Walking With a Ghost” – Tegan and Sara’s most famous song finally comes to C3 after almost being in our Halloween pack. drummerockband says, “If there’s one song Tegan and Sara fans want in Rock Band, it’s most likely this one. September 14th marks the 10th anniversary of ‘So Jealous’ album as well, so that’s cool. My favourite band returns!”
  • “Broken Vessels” – Man, check out that blistering guitar line! NL says, “A blast to play on everything and a very unique song musically. Great song to do VoxKeys on as well.”

See you next Friday!


New! Songs of Canada C01 10-pack

Download 2x Bass Pedal version


Rock Band Harmonies Project – June 27, 2014

To download these upgrades, please visit the RBHP website.

Rock Band DLC 2008 Harmony Upgrades

  • Nine Inch Nails – “The Perfect Drug” (espher)

Rock Band DLC 2009 Harmony Upgrades

  • Alice in Chains – “A Looking in View” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Check My Brain” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “No Excuses” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Rooster” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Would?” (Drihscol)
  • Taking Back Sunday – “Liar (It Takes One to Know One)” (espher)
  • Taking Back Sunday – “MakeDamnSure” (espher)
  • Taking Back Sunday – “What’s It Feel Like to Be a Ghost?” (espher)
  • Toby Keith – “Beer for My Horses” (non_zero)
  • Toby Keith – “How Do You Like Me Now?!” (espher)
  • Toby Keith – “I Love This Bar” (espher)
  • Toby Keith – “She’s a Hottie” (espher)
  • Toby Keith – “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” (espher)
  • Toby Keith – “Who’s Your Daddy?” (espher)

Rock Band DLC 2010 Harmony Upgrades

  • Alice in Chains – “Grind” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Heaven Beside You” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Last of My Kind” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “We Die Young” (Drihscol)
  • Alice in Chains – “Your Decision” (Drihscol)

Rock Band Network Pro Drum Upgrades

  • Bang Camaro – “Bang Camaro” (KyleJCrb)
  • Bang Camaro – “Blood Red Rock” (KyleJCrb)
  • Bang Camaro – “Nightlife Commando” (KyleJCrb)
  • Graveyard BBQ – “Cheat on the Church” (KyleJCrb)
  • The Tragically Hip – “Blow at High Dough” (KyleJCrb)

Rock Band DLC 2007 Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • All-American Rejects – “Move Along” (StackOverflow0x/sageamagoo)

Rock Band DLC 2008 Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • Avenged Sevenfold – “Critical Acclaim” (StackOverflow0x/sageamagoo)

Rock Band DLC 2010 Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • Jimmy Eat World – “My Best Theory” (StackOverflow0x/sageamagoo)

Lego Rock Band Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • Incubus – “Dig” (StackOverflow0x/sageamagoo)

Green Day: Rock Band Keys/Pro Keys Upgrades

  • Green Day – “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (StackOverflow0x/sageamagoo)

Fixes To Previously Released Upgrades

  • HARM: All-American Rejects – “Move Along” (espher) – Updated harmony part slightly.
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5 comments on “June 27, 2014 – Celebrate Canada Day with 10 songs by 10 Canadian acts and 30 RBHP upgrades!

  1. wooohooo! I’ve been itching for Alice in Chains to get the RPHP treatment ever since the project first started. And some of those C3 singles today, by golly. Awesome week guys!!

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