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    I'm in...not gonna bother with pics yet until more people participate so just scores for now. Only songs I worked on were Bohemian Rhapsody and Killer Queen, the others I just did a couple runs each.

    Bohemian Rhapsody: 98, 692
    Fat Bottomed Girls: 44,574
    Keep Yourself Alive: 68,628
    Killer Queen: 105,128
    Stone Cold Crazy: 72,583
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    I didn't take any pictures, but these are my scores on a first run through. (Except Fat Bottomed Girls combo, I played that one 4 times, first score on it was around 19k)

    Bohemian Rhapsody - Combo - 38,081
    Bohemian Rhapsody - Combo 2 - 22,556
    Bohemian Rhapsody - Combo 3 - 41,240

    Fat Bottomed Girls - Combo - 41,653 (After 4 plays, first run was 19,421)
    Fat Bottomed Girls - Single Note - 80,687

    Keep Yourself Alive - Combo - 56,917
    Keep Yourself Alive - Single Note - 79,772
    Keep Yourself Alive - Single Note 2 - 97,283

    Killer Queen - Combo - 42,567
    Killer Queen - Combo 2 - 68,163
    Killer Queen - Single Note - 81,010

    Stone Cold Crazy - Combo - 26313
    Stone Cold Crazy - Combo 2 - 44,624


    BTW, gotta give props to Selurevad. He had these songs up on the RSEvolve site pretty quickly. I love how dedicated he is to keeping it up to date.
    Last edited by deiussum1; 06-13-2012 at 01:48 PM. Reason: Updating first score on FBG after checking rsevolve
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    This sounds like fun. Good scores so far.
    The pack didn't post on PSN until midnight Eastern time last night (after I gave up and went to bed!)
    I guess that gives me until midnight tonight
    I can't get started until about 9pm so should be interesting. That is a lot of arrangements for 3 hours. I'll try to post whatever I get a chance to play tonight.
    I might repost an update 24 hours after I actually download it (which will give me a couple of hours after work tomorrow too).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockabillybaby View Post
    it's a fantastic feeling. people thought i was nuts for it but i don't have one either.
    I have one but don´t remember when i used it the last time,must be over a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reddragonhrcro View Post
    I have one but don´t remember when i used it the last time,must be over a year.
    Jesus...what the hell do you people do while you're taking a dump? The toilet is the best place to play online chess, ultimate fortress of solitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandin03 View Post
    Jesus...what the hell do you people do while you're taking a dump? The toilet is the best place to play online chess, ultimate fortress of solitude.
    Chess? How long does it take you to take a dump?
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    I only had time for 1 play of one arrangement for each song.

    Bohemian Rhapsody - combo - 34,948
    Keep Youself Alive - singlenote - 64,533
    Killer Queen - single note - 67,972
    Stone Cold Crazy - combo - 34,921
    Fat bottomed Girls - single note - 32,032
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    Quote Originally Posted by deiussum1 View Post
    BTW, gotta give props to Selurevad. He had these songs up on the RSEvolve site pretty quickly. I love how dedicated he is to keeping it up to date.
    Thanks. So far all DLC has been ready to go at rsevolve.com no later than 6:30AM PST. These songs were in at 6:03AM. I work at home and wake up pretty early. While the coffee is brewing I log into the 360 and view the DLC so I can get all the songs and arrangements. Then I take the coffee and RS notes up to my office and load them up first thing . Eventually I might need a helper or something and make a back door where someone else could set up songs if I am away. We like to go camping at least 2 to 3x a year in the summer where internet is non-existent or spotty at best. I'd hate to make folks wait for me to get my sorry *** home from camping just to get to the DLC.
    Track your Rocksmith progress at http://rsevolve.com!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispyfunk View Post
    i have not had a cell phone in over 3 years now at first it was very hard but , its something i dont even think about anymore
    You rock! I hate cell phones!
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    Since PS3 users couldn't download the DLC until midnight EST, I'm slipping these scores in within 24 hours of release:





    RS1: 1,000 hours played on PS3; 900 hours played on PC
    RS14: 666 hours played on PC; 25 hours played on PS3

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