Truth be told, there are a lot of similar tracks between GHWT and Rock Band 2. I received Rock Band 2 for Christmas, and after I had been playing it at my home, I went over a friend's house. Coincidentally, my friend has GHWT, and we decided to play. I found myself recognizing many of
Bruce Springsteen fans are in for a treat because a deluxe reissue of The Boss' fourth album (released in 1978), Darkness on the Edge of Town, is being cooked up. The album, which made it to the number one slot on the NME Album of the Year in 1978, is considered by many of his die-hard fans as his finest album. It is expected that the reissue of Darkness on the Edge of Town will have the same makings of the 2005 30th-anniversary box set of Born to Run. Darkness "would involve remastering that record, doing the kind of super-creative reconstruction
As the lights went out, a heartbeat shook the arena to life Sunday night. Opening with “That Was Just Your Life” and “The End of the Line” off of Death Magnetic, Metallica had returned to Boston, with massive sound and lasers.
When singer James Hetfield told the crowd that the new songs went well with the old ones, he wasn’t joking. Snubbing Load, Re-Load, S&M, and St. Anger, they stuck close to their early catalog, with songs, such as “Harvester of Sorrow”, “Battery”,
Nothing gets fans more excited than hearing their favorite band finally is getting back together and hitting the road. Well, this year I’m a little less than excited to announce that Creed is reportedly getting back together to hit the road and tour.
If you haven’t heard about it, it really doesn’t shock me. With bands like Nickelback, Alter Bridge, and Creed, minus Scott Stapp, putting out average sounding arena rock, where does Creed fit in? I think Stapp is doing this (the reunion)
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