Be the lead guitarist of your favourite bands on GUITAR HERO!


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Graveyard Barbeque ...
Themselves - Winners of the 'Be a Guitar Hero Contest'
Jason Kendall ...
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Be the lead guitarist of your favourite bands on GUITAR HERO!

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1 November 2005 (USA)  »

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During the "Loading" scene, the game display different text about the rules and techniques to become a real rock star. One of them is, "Do not eat things that were thrown on stage." This is a classic Rock 'n' Roll reference about Ozzy Osbourne's similar incident. While performing on stage, a fan threw a bat on stage. Ozzy bit the head off it and then he discovered it was a real dead bat! See more »


Judas Priest's "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" is incorrectly listed as "You Got Another Thing Comin'." See more »


Referenced in Tosh.0: Hoodrat Kid (2010) See more »


More Than a Feeling
Written by Tom Scholz
As made famous by Boston
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The Must-Have PS2 Game!
2 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game, without a doubt, a must-have game for the PS2 platform! If you love Rock'n'Roll and/or Dance Dance Reveloution, you have come to the right place.

This game is about you as a guitarist for your made-up band and you start below of the Rock'n'Roll totem poll playing ghetto clubs and people's basements. In order to become a true rock-star, you must rock out with some heavy awesome music from legendary rockers including Black Sabbath, White Zombie, The Ramones, Incubus, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimi Hendrex, and many, many more!!! Before you know it, you will be in festivals!!!

My favorite thing about this game is the guitar controller! tilt, sensitive, whammy bar, strum bar, fret buttons. Feels like I am a true rock-star when I use it!

The only problems about the game is that the farther you go, the harder it gets (but you better suck it up though because real guitar solos are more difficult) and the price of the game and controller. Where I got it, it was $80.00 but you can also go to to get it only for $60.00. But other than that, it's definitely worth buying. Rock on, Guitar Heroes!!!


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