It’s #TracklistTues… wait, it’s not Tuesday! Yes, that’s right, it’s a special #TracklistFriday today! The reveal for this week should definitely satisfy the people who feel that Guitar Hero: Live is currently a bit light on the classic songs. FIVE of this week’s tracks are from the 80s, one is from the 70s, one is VERY early 90s, one is an awesome late 90s campfire song, and the rest are all pretty big tracks from the 00s. Guitar Hero fans should be very familiar with all these tracks as well, considering they’ve all appeared at least once before in the franchise, with a heavy leaning on Guitar Hero 3-era tunes. Also, Round and Round makes another appearance in a rhythm game, meaning Ace of Spades can’t possibly be that far off…
The most interesting reveal, for me at least, is Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Live). We know that masters exist for the song (for the GH:Live portion), and GHTV doesn’t require them, so why would you choose a live version? This may just be wishful thinking, but could we be seeing a Pat Benatar concert in a similar vein to the Black Veil Brides or pre-order exclusive Avenged Sevenfold ones? Only time will tell!
It’s unknown whether or not these songs will be playable in Guitar Hero: Live, or if they’re GHTV tracks (aside from the bolded/coloured songs we knew previously).
Below is the list of newly unveiled Guitar Hero: Live/TV songs!
- AFI – Girls Not Grey
- Audioslave – Cochise
- Disturbed – Stricken
- Faith No More – Epic
- Incubus – Drive
- Living Colour – Cult of Personality
- Pat Benatar – Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Live)
- Queen – We Are the Champions
- RATT – Round and Round
- Slipknot – Before I Forget
- Survivor – Eye of the Tiger
- Warrant – Cherry Pie
— Guitar Hero (@GuitarHero) October 9, 2015