Definitely picked up the Offspring Pack, as they're one of my personal fave bands. These aren't my three favorites, but they're still a hoot to play. Hopefully, this isn't the last pack to come for the Offspring, as "Bad Habit" needs to be in this game yesterday.
On the fence about the rest, but I might crack for "Bad to the Bone".
EDIT: If this is going to be a new Weekly Feature At The W, then we're going to need a Rock Band 2 thread icon.
Getting me the Offspring no doubt, lovin RB2, about to do the endless list soon, wanna try to do it in one sitting if possible. This along with the fixed Rush DLC and the tons of LIVE AC/DC songs and Foo Fighters album...Harmonix RULES!
Edit: forgot to put the DLC's i've got so far. Duran Duran, Bowie's Heros, Rush, RHCP, System of a Down, Oasis, The Who, a couple of others i don't remember right now and of course i ROCK to Colbert every night! Charleneeeeee!
(edited by MedallaGuy on 7.10.08 2238) A Pete...my new man crush!!!
I haven't downloaded any songs yet, but I'll definitely pick up Bad to the Bone. I may pick up some Offspring tracks too, but I'm on the fence. I've been stingier w/ my DLC purchases as I already have 48 songs.
My favorite DLC includes Boston, System of a Down, Oasis, Metallica, The Police, STP, Disturbed and a few others. Very tempted to get Jimmy Buffett for the novelty factor. But then upcoming DLC albums by Foo Fighters, Motley Crue, Jane's Addiction, No Doubt and Stevie Ray Vaughn make me hold off from buying existing songs. I didn't get Skullcrusher Mountain but I should.
Charlene is the easiest song to get the 100% expert drum achievement. For guitar 100%, I got it with I Think I'm Paranoid. For bass, I got it from Learning to Fly.
I'm very excited to get Rock Band 2 and start downloading songs. For some reason, the idea of playing Cream and Bastards Rise fills me with so much joy. And you can buy all of Blood Sugar Sex Magik? SENSATIONAL.
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