Guitar Hero Smash Hits Song List
Elevate yourself to the status of rock god by learning how to play the entire "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" song list. Songs must have the rock and the roll and this game ensures all their tracks have plenty of both. Fire up your electronic guitar, grab some light snacks and go after the best of the best with these ear benders:
- "Monkey Wrench" The Foo Fighters smash one out of the park and you get to play along. It's one of those songs from "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" that keeps building with no end in sight. Screaming vocals and guitars makes "Monkey Wrench" one great track.
- "Cult of Personality" From the opening notes, "Cult of Personality" is a call to arms and guitars. Living Colour knows how to hold your attention and this "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" song leaves your fingers itching for more.
- "Killing in the Name" A game founded on music needs killer riffs to bring the player further into the game. Rage Against the Machine provides the kind of riffs that slap you in the face and ask if you want more. "Killing in the Name" is the kind of "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" song you'll never get bored of playing again and again.
- "Carry on Wayward Son" Kansas takes you off the bench and throws you into the game with their first few words. A "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" song that gives a nod to classic rock and the power ballad at the same time. "Carry on Wayward Son" will have you singing along no matter how hard you resist.
- "Woman" Like a downed power wire, Wolfmother will keep your hands moving and your feet shaking. "Woman" takes a nice nostalgic run around the block in the 1970s then hitches a ride back to the present. An upbeat song that keeps the game rolling on with a full head of steam.
- "Them Bones" Murky guitar mixes with a bass line instantly recognizable to a majority of people in "Them Bones." Alice in Chains crafted a song with a powerful undercurrent of music and nihilistic lyrics that make a "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" song that won't be forgotten. Old fans will be satisfied while new fans get born as they get pulled under into this track.
- "Take it Off" Women carry the rock torch just as much as men and The Donnas keep that fine tradition going. From intoxicating guitars to aggressive lyrics, "Take it Off" won't take any less than your A game. Attack this song with nothing less than your best..
- "I Wanna Rock" This isn't a game played on the ukulele under a starry night; this is "Guitar Hero Smash Hits" so you'd better want to rock. Twisted Sister keeps it simple and rallies the troops around. "I Wanna Rock" gives you all you need: a fiery chorus line, angry guitars and crashing cymbals.
- "Cowboys From Hell (live)" The mosh pit with its sweat, energy and greatness calls to you with this song from Pantera. "Cowboys from Hell (live)" picks you up and slams you directly front and center on stage to perform. A fiery song that won't let your fingers rest for a moment until you've overcome every single note.
- "Round and Round" Ratt brings up the rear as their hit from the '80s finds renewed life. Simple but with enough hooks that you'll find yourself grinning as you play along to "Round and Round." Rock is about fun as much as action and you get both in big doses with this track.