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C3 releases for July 24, 2015:
New! Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater C01 9-pack
- An Endless Sporadic – “Sun of Pearl” 2x (Gigakoops and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s American Wasteland
- Bad Religion – “You” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2
- Ministry – “No ‘W’/Psalm 23” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Underground 2
- The Reverend Horton Heat – “I Can’t Surf” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3
- Stormtroopers of Death – “Milk” (Nightmare Lyra and DeathThreatUK)
From Tony Hawk’s Underground
- Sex Pistols – “Holidays in the Sun” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Proving Ground
- Suicidal Tendencies – “Cyco Vision” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater
- System of a Down – “Shimmy” (DeathThreatUK and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4
- Voltera – “Do What Your Daddy Say” (Gigakoops and Nightmare Lyra)
From Tony Hawk’s Project 8
- Archers of Loaf – “Scenic Pastures” (Gigakoops)
- Faraquet – “Carefully Planned” (Gigakoops)
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.
Ready to head out to the Warehouse and collect S-K-A-T-E? Good, so are we. Here’s some caaaash. Uh…something, something, Christ Air.
The Tony Hawk skateboarding games are famous for their soundtracks, and this pack has been bubbling around C3 for a while. With lots of effort from DTUK, Gigakoops, and NL, it’s finally happening! It’s got songs from nine different THPS games, an excellent cross-section of the franchise’s hundreds of songs. And not just punk and metal, the usual THPS standbys, though there’s plenty of that! Tell us about your favorite Tony Hawk songs, and which ones you like best from the pack, over in the forums.
We’ve also got two unique indie singles for even more variety! Eleven artists. It’s ridiculous. It’s not even funny.
Authors’ comments for this week’s songs:
- “Sun of Pearl” – GK writes, “One of An Endless Sporadic’s best songs, and quite a shocking omission from rhythm games up until now. This one is crazy fun on every instrument.”
- “Do What Your Daddy Say” – GK writes, “Fun, yet manageable, industrial metal track with female vocals.”
- “Scenic Pastures” – GK writes, “This indie rock song from the 90’s should be especially great on drums, with choruses consisting of tom patterns similar to that of Bastille’s ‘Pompeii.’ Guitar, bass and vocals should also be fun.”
- “Carefully Planned” – GK writes, “Here’s a jazzy little math rock number for ya. Guitar has a unique chart that should provide a fair challenge, without going absolutely nuts like that one Giraffes? Giraffes! song from the RBN. Drums should also be a fun challenge, as they’re really jazzy, and use a lot of variation.”
See you next Friday!