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Let Me Tell You Why You Like Rhythm Games

Guitar Hero and Rock Band have recently released the newest installments in their franchises. In honor of their return to the forefront of gaming, or at least the peripheral vision of gaming, I thought I’d go ahead and tackle the subject of rhythm games. 949 more words


Final Showdown - Armello Competition (22 Sep 16)

After four weeks of intense training at the Hive, Armello players gathered for the final showdown – Armello competition! Held on the 22nd September 2016, at the Hive TR+20 and TR+21, players battled it out to win the grand prize of Steam card and  220 more words

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Is Guitar Hero Live Any Good?

I’ve rocked out to plenty of songs on older Guitar Hero titles, from Guitar Hero 3 and Guitar Hero World Tour, as well as their rivals in Rock Band. 1,288 more words

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More weekend shenanigans...what else is new?

It would be nice if life and bad luck in general could just take a break from ripping us a proverbial ‘new one.’ With my health, the woes that come with the new phase of preschooler that Little Dude has hit and the shit we’re dealing with from my mother we already feel full up on stress and like we’re struggling to get mentally ahead. 1,295 more words

Chronic Illness

Mick Fleetwood says that Peter Green shunned the guitar-hero status of Clapton, Beck, and Page

By Steve Newton

Legendary drummer Mick Fleetwood called me up a couple days ago to plug his upcoming gig at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver, and I made sure to ask him all about his long-ago bandmate Peter Green. 102 more words

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The Most Bizarre Sports Injuries Of All Time

When I think of sports injuries, I always think back to a certain scene in the Simpsons where Homer delights in being able to watch them occur. 509 more words


Stevie Ray Vaughn - Couldn't stand The Weather

Artist: Stevie Ray Vaughn
Title: Couldn’t Stand The Weather
Genere: Blues, Electric blues
Released: 1984
Label: Epic
Format: CD
Musicians:Stevie Ray Vaughan – Guitar/Vocals, Tommy Shannon – Bass, Chris Layton – Drums, Jimmy Vaughn- 2nd guitar, Fran Christina – Drums, Stan Harrison – Sax… 826 more words

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