Guitar Hero Live – Revisited

Guitar Hero Live Revisited

Remember those ever popular plastic guitar peripherals that occupied nearly every console owners home? Well Guitar Hero Live has risen from the desolate ashes of its predecessors and has taken off in popularity once again. We reviewed the latest entry to the Guitar Hero franchise, however since its release in October 2015 there have been some well received new additions. Most importantly the songs.

Since the rhythm title launch there have been close to a hundred new titles added to the library. Everything ranging from Electro veterans The Prodigy to the Country/Pop star Carrie Underwood. Most recently Weezer, System of a Down and Queen had three tracks each added to the playlist. The variety in music genres isn’t only wider than Mick Jaggers lips, it’s possibly endless if you have an online connection. If you can’t find something you like on Guitar Hero Live then you probably need to crawl back into your favourite coffee shop and go back to listening to “That band nobody has heard of”.

Here is a list of songs added since launch:

Song Artist(s)
“Them Bones” Alice in Chains
“Drop Dead Cynical” Amaranthe
“Believer” American Authors
“Greyhound” Ashley Clark
“So Others May Live” Atreyu
“Like a Stone” Audioslave
“Shepherd of Fire (Live)” Avenged Sevenfold
“Nightmare (Live)” Avenged Sevenfold
“Buried Alive (Live)” Avenged Sevenfold
“Heart of Fire (Live)” Black Veil Brides
“Fallen Angels (Live)” Black Veil Brides
“In the End (Live)” Black Veil Brides
“Heart of Fire” Black Veil Brides
“First Date” Blink-182
“Tears Don’t Fall” Bullet for My Valentine
“Trying” Bully
“Good Girl” Carrie Underwood
“Face to the Floor” Chevelle
“Shake Me” Cinderella
“Stricken” Disturbed
“Creepin'” Eric Church
“Issues” Escape the Fate
“Going Under” Evanescence
“Sugar, We’re Goin Down” Fall Out Boy
“House of the Rising Sun” Five Finger Death Punch
“Jekyll and Hyde” Five Finger Death Punch
“Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)” Foster the People
“Just Drive” Four Year Strong
“Budapest” George Ezra
“1000hp” Godsmack
“Rock Me” Great White
“The Struggle (Live)” Grizfolk
“Hymnals (Live)” Grizfolk
“Troublemaker (Live)” Grizfolk
“What About Love” Heart
“Heart and Soul” Huey Lewis and the News
“Real Wild Child (Wild One)” Iggy Pop
“All the Rage Back Home” Interpol
“Sixteen Saltines” Jack White
“Slumville Sunrise” Jake Bugg
“Painkiller” Judas Priest
“Living After Midnight” Judas Priest
“Supersoaker” Kings of Leon
“Centipede” Knife Party
“Coming Home” Leon Bridges
“Victory Line” Lonely the Brave
“Here We Go” Lower Than Atlantis
“Sex and Candy” Marcy Playground
“Break the Cycle” Motionless in White
“I Love You (But I Hate Your Friends)” Neon Trees
“Ban All the Music” Nothing But Thieves
“Broken Generation” Of Mice & Men
“Monster” Paramore
“Jerry Was a Race Car Driver” Primus
“Hot Squash” Pulled Apart by Horses
“We Are the Champions” Queen
“Fat Bottomed Girls” Queen
“Hammer to Fall” Queen
“I Want to Break Free” Queen
“Shiny Happy People” R.E.M.
“Killing in the Name” Rage Against the Machine
“Keep on Swinging (Live)” Rival Sons
“Pressure and Time (Live)” Rival Sons
“Electric Man (Live)” Rival Sons
“Addicted to Love” Robert Palmer
“Fly by Night” Rush
“I Can’t Drive 55” Sammy Hagar
“Modzilla” Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts
“If You Can’t Hang” Sleeping with Sirens
“Fat Lip” Sum 41
“Eye of the Tiger” Survivor
“Toxicity” System of a Down
“Aerials” System of a Down
“Lonely Day” System of a Down
“B.Y.O.B.” System of a Down
“Rise of the Fenix” Tenacious D
“Chocolate” The 1975
“Here It Comes Again” The Amazing Snakeheads
“Blinded” The Bots
“Can’t Kill Us” The Glitch Mob
“Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)” The Offspring
“Your Love” The Outfield
“Nasty” The Prodigy
“Reptilia” The Strokes
“Seven Nation Army” The White Stripes
“Lonely Girl” Tonight Alive
“Shut Up and Dance” Walk the Moon
“Undone – The Sweater Song (Live)” Weezer
“Thank God for Girls (Live)” Weezer
“Say It Ain’t So (Live)” Weezer
“Stache” Zedd

Yes, that’s quite a lengthy list. Keep in mind that that is only what has been added since launch making the entire song catalogue of the on-disk content (Guitar Hero Live) and online content (Guitar Hero TV) over 300 tracks.

Guitar Hero Live is clearly leading the way for the revisited music/rhythm genre and we look forward to what the future holds. Revisiting the game a few months later has been an absolute pleasure and if things continue the way they have new content will be the cause for those multiplayer party evenings for years to come.

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