One month of 80s

1981-01-24 17:53:48

Hall & Oates - Kiss on My List

Surprised Harmonix didn’t release this with their H&O pack, but now it’s here anyway! This track is lots of fun on Keys and Vocals!

1981-05-02 17:53:48

Hall & Oates - You Make My Dreams

I was in SHOCK when I saw the HMX pack without this song. I thought it was the PERFECT song for RB3 features but HMX never released it, so here it is! Quick note: There’s 2 different guitars going on in this song, one in each speaker. So I only charted one of them, so if you think there may be some absent notes, just remember I only charted one of the guitars. :)

1981-07-31 00:00:00

Journey - Open Arms

A softer song from Journey's library, and a song that was almost left off the originally album completely. This power ballad is staple in Journey's live performances, and is, in my opinion, one of arena rock's most beautiful ballads of all time.

1981-08-13 14:37:51

Journey - Stone in Love

With likely the catchiest riff from this entire pack, the Guitar is a huge highlight off of this track; along with Smith's drumming being incredibly on point. While more of a sleeper in this whole pack, I highly recommend the download as it contains some of the most fun instrument charts in this release.

1982-11-30 00:00:00

Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney - The Girl Is Mine

Very fun duet from Thriller, this is another great way that bass players can play the lead role in their band.

1983-02-22 04:37:16

Journey - Faithfully

It's been requested countless times, and now it's finally here in all its key heavy, C3 glory. This is likely Journey's next most popular and well known song following Don't Stop Believin'. Enter story info here

1984-04-03 13:09:12

Dennis Edwards - Siedah Garrett - Don't Look Any Further

X-Files fans will recognize this one from episode 7ABX07 in which the sonh was the centerpiece of the storyline. Bass player will recognize this from one of the raddest bass riffs of the history of the universe. The Temptations fans will recognize it as arguably the best known hits from one of the groupìs members. The duet is amazing to sing, the guitar has a simple but engaging solo and for the love of all that is holy do not look this song's video up on YouTube.

1984-07-16 10:17:36

Queen - It's a Hard Life

The intro for the song is taken straight from Ruggero Leoncavallo's Vesti la giubba, an aria from the 1892's Pagliacci opera. Weird connections: this author has lived 19 years in a street dedicated to the Italian composer who wrote the opera. The piece is also one of the most emotional intro I can remember in rock history. The song is fairly challenging on keys, which are also buried and tough to author so if issues are spotted we'll make sure to fix them and update the file. Guitar is courtesy of Banzai85. Before you say anything: no, you can not have too much Queen, that is actually been proven by numerous scientific experiments.

1984-07-24 10:17:36

George Michael - Careless Whisper

The first solo single from George Michael technically came when he was still with Wham! (hence the cover). It's also one of this best singles and fun on all instruments. Not a lot of harmonies but if you don't have fun singing this one wqe're gonna be very surprised. Awesome sax parts and cool guitar licks finish the song off.

1984-11-01 00:00:00

Philip Bailey and Phil Collins - Easy Lover

The latest Phil Collins C3 appearance sees him sharing the mic with Earth, Wind & Fire's singer Philip Bailey. About that... the falsetto he sings is quite straining! It's such a good song on all instruments, with guitar having a very cool solo, not to mention the singing part.

1986-04-01 00:00:00

Hear 'N Aid - Stars

The group/project was called Hear ‘n Aid and they produced Stars, an 8 minute guitar shredding bonanza. I strongly encourage you to look up this project because it really was a thing of beauty, on YouTube you can find the full documentary split in parts.

1987-03-01 00:00:00

Johnny Hates Jazz - Shattered Dreams

This may be a bit of an obscure gem, but it’s very catchy and it features 2 great percussion sections represented in games as solos on drums

1988-09-01 00:00:00

Bobby McFerrin - Don't Worry Be Happy

One of the 80s’ anthems, this laid back tune is the first acappella song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. All instruments are voiced by Bobby McFerrin and are translated in game to guitar, keys, bass and drums, plus obviously harmonies. Surprisingly varied and interesting on drums and bass, it screams for chorus singalongs!

1989-01-01 13:09:12

Fine Young Cannibals - She Drives Me Crazy

One of the instantly recognisable guitar riffs of 80s pop songs just could not be ignored, so here it is along with that snare sound that drums lovers have come to love. Not challenging on any instrument but a blast at parties.


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