Rock Band (2007 Video Game)
I’m probably the last person to be giving my opinion on Rock Band or Lady Gaga. Any love I have for the plastic music peripheral genre slowly dies with every track pack or expansion released. And Lady Gaga gives me the creeps. Nonetheless I’m sure there’s a good many of you out there who just can’t wait until next week to sing some “Bad Romance.” Have fun!
The pack will sell for $7, or you can buy the individual tracks for $2 apiece.
Leave it to the hard-hitting folks at "South Park" to do more for conservationism than fifteen cable reality shows put together. In last night's episode, the long-running Comedy Central series took on Japan's heavily-criticized whaling industry by way of targeting the do-nothing marauder antics of Animal Planet's aquatic melodrama "Whale Wars."
But while character Stan Marsh was off sinking fishing boats (and generating headlines like "New 'Whale Wars' Cast Member Turns Vegan P---ies Into Actual Pirates"), fellow South Park resident Eric Cartman was adding some flavor to the proceedings with an amazing interpretation of none other than Lady Gaga's Vma-nominated "Poker Face."
First introduced while playing "Rock Band" earlier in the show, Cartman's enthusiastic rendition of "Poker Face" was later memorialized during a particularly hilarious montage later in the episode. Check out that first scene below, and if you have the time, click
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Joined by Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr disclosed 10 of the 45 songs expected in "The Beatles: Rock Band" when it comes out Sept. 9.
The tracks are "I Saw Her Standing There," "I Want To Hold Your Hand," "I Feel Fine," "Taxman," "Day Tripper," "Back in the Ussr," "I Am The Walrus," "Octopus's Garden," "Here Comes the Sun" and "Get Back." Full story
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