Guitar Hero World Tour Song List
The "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list is a diverse selection. There are some you've never heard before, but discover you love them.Then there are other songs that you haven't heard in forever, but somehow you still know the words, or most of them. It's all about getting your rock star on. The full realization of the potential of the air guitar. The air guitar has now been taken to incredibly new levels of fun and fantasy with the Guitar Hero series. The "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list is extensive, and that's not even counting the downloadable material you can get. Here are a few samples for you to rock out on.
- "Ramblin' Man". This one of the" Guitar Hero World Tour" song list is performed by The Allman Brothers Band. Great upbeat song from a genre that's rock and roll with a strong blues sound in it.
- "No Sleep Til Brooklyn". The Beastie Boys ripped it open with this one. Deep, pulsing guitar all over the place coupled with rap. It has a solid beat. Nothing too tricky.
- "Hotel California". You have to take on this one of the "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list. You can't think about Guitar Hero without wanting to knock out some Eagles. Imagine the beginning. The sweet picking of the guitar. Then later it just screams and challenges you. Many intricate steps in this one.
- "What I've Done". Linkin Park provides some good pulsing beats in this one. A slower song, but still challenging in its intricacies.
- "Santeria". "Daddy's got a new .45.." you've got to love this one of the "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list. It's performed by the group Sublime. Sublime has this wonderful sound mix of ska/reggae/rock.
- "The Joker". The Steve Miller Band put out this one of the "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list. It's a lovely stroll of a song. Maybe rafting down a lazy river kind of feel. It has some good pluckin' and special guitar affects you can indulge in. This song is what it means to be cool.
- "Are Gonna Go My Way". This one of the "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list is done by Lenny Kravitz. Haven't heard much from Lenny lately, but he throws some great riffs and guitar work into this song.
- "Re-Education Through Labor". Rise Against gives you everything they've got in this song. That's saying alot. They always step up with hard pounding guitar and vocals. You're going to have to step up, too.
- "Parabola". Tool is some awesome hardcore Guitar Hero stuff. Keep up with it if you can. Work on your dramatic flair, too. You're going to need it in order to pull this one off.
- "Heartbreaker". This one of the "Guitar Hero World Tour" song list is performed by Pat Benatar. It's a great 80's song that many have performed with their hairbrush. Thank goodness for Guitar Hero. Now you can do it up right.