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PostSubject: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 9:29 am

Your character is the poor Harvey Kinkle, who lives in a 2-room apartment with his alcoholic daddeh. Harvey enjoys playing his lame White Les Paul copy very much! Until one day, daddeh sells his beloved gee-tar to pay the rent! Nooo! Harvey tries to race after the buyer, who is headin' to Las Vegas, but fails!
Crushed at the loss of his beloved instrument, he attempts to steal an identical one from the local gee-tar shop. As he looks around, he trips the alarm. Harvey then picks either a Squier Strat or Tele, and jumps out the window into Raoul's pick-up truck. The police are in hot pursuit, as Down To Mexico by Paul Gilbert plays.
After an hour of driving, Raoul loses the cops, but crashes into a tree and dies a horrible fiery death. Harvey jumped out just in time. Hooray!
Determined to get his gee-tar back, Harvey goes to the mall, hoping to play and get some cash from passers-by to get a bus up to Las Vegas, where his crappy gee-tar lies in wait.

#1: Buskin'
Mexican Mall
"The Stroke" by Billy Squier, 1981
"Breakout" by Foo Fighters, 1999
"Highway Knees" by T.Rex, 1973
"Rock And Roll Band" by Boston, 1976
Harvey looks down at his monies. He has $100! Which is enough for a bus fare to Las Vegas!
"Viva Las Vegas" by ZZ Top, 1992 [Encore]

Upon arriving in Las Vegas, he gets bumped into by an Elvis Impersonator. He says sori, and explains that he needs a gee-tarist for his Casino-playin' band. Harvey takes up the offer, and heads into the Casino. And conveniently enough, he knows every song in their setlist. Yay!

#2: Gamblin'
Las Vegasian Casino
"Perfect Situation" by Weezer, 2005
"Judy Is A Punk" by Ramones, 1976
"Snakecharmer" by Rage Aginst The Machine, 1996
"Born On The Bayou" by Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1969
Harvey spots Leslie West, about to gamble all the money he made off Mississippi Queen. He tries to intervene, but Leslie isn't happy, and tries to show Harvey up in front of like, LOADS of people. How embarrassing!
"Guitar Battle Vs. Leslie West" by Leslie West, 2008
Everyone laughs at Leslie West, who sulks off into the bathroom. Around the same time, a random Elvis Impersonator springs out, who wants to sing one of his songs!
"Blood Of The Sun" by Mountain, 1974 [Encore]

Harvey sees a guy walking out of the Casino with his gee-tar! Nooo! The Elvis Impersonator gives him a wad of cash, and Leslie West's Les Paul Juniour! How spontaneous! He runs out after him, to find the man speeding off! Nuuu! Harvey jumps in Josť's pick-up truck, and chases after him. He tailgates the bugger to the Canada-United States border. The guitar-stealer goes on through, but border control stop Harvey, and say "Eh?" a lot, and it's like, REALLY annoying. He decides to melt their faces while Josť has a burrito.

#3: Meltin'
Canada-United States Border
"I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" by The White Stripes, 2003
"Holiday" by Jet, 2006
"Heart In A Cage" by The Strokes, 2006
"The Pusher" by Steppenwolf, 1968
They all die!
"Tourette's" by Nirvana, 1993 [Encore]

Harvey steals their monies, and speeds off with Josť after the gee-tar stealer. Josť drives the pick-up truck into a pool of Maple Syrup and dies, but Harvey jumped off ages ago at Toronto Pearson International Airport. He sees the offender walking past Boarding Gate 38, to Spain. He tries to go through, but he gets stopped by the guards for not having a passport. He bribes his way past, with Rock 'n' Roll moo-sak.

#4: Bribin'
Airport
"Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen, 1978
"SWLABR" by Cream, 1967
"Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty, 1989
"Blue Moon Of Kentucky" by Elvis Presley, 1959
The plane is about to take off without Harvey!
"Hold The Line" by Toto, 1978 [Encore]

The guards begin to cry. Harvey runs onto the plane, but can't find the miscreant. He decides to track him down when the plane lands, and watches the in-flight movie, Rugrats in Paris. But 9/10 of the way through the film, the plane starts plumetting towards the earth. Harvey spots his man out the window, flying away with a jetpack. Some stupid man opens the door, and it's pretty apocalyptic and all that. Anyhoo, Harvey wakes up a few hours later on some nice green grass, looking up at the sun. He survived, because he had his tray table up, and his seat back in the full upright position! He sees the wreckage of the plane a few feet away. Dead bodies everywhere. Needless to say, it was PRETTY funny. He gets in Rafael's pick-up truck and start drivin', but gets stopped by a bunch of Welsh Grannies who need a ride. Harvey plays Rock, in attempt to distract them and have Rafael speed away.

#5: Distractin'
North Wales Countryside
"Youth Gone Wild" by Skid Row, 1989
"Ring Of Fire" by Johnny Cash, 1963
"A Lil' Ain't Enough" by David Lee Roth, 1991
"Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones, 1981
Turns out one of them wasn't a Granny. It was Gary Palaroncini. Yeah.
"Guitar Battle Vs. Gary Palaroncini" by Gary Palaroncini, 2008
Gary Palaroncini is wowed by Harvey's skills, and tries to keep the Grannies back so that Harvey can get away.
"We Don't Even Really Care About You" by Limozeen, 2007 [Encore]

The Grannies canabalize Gary. Darn. If you're playing on Easy, Rafael and Harvey get f'ed in the A by some Sheep and die of AIDS. If not...
Our hero tries to get to Spain, but can't because he only has dollars, which aren't accepted currency in Wales. He's about to give up, when a creepy old man gives him £10,000 for Rafael. They say their goodbyes, and he's off again.
In Spain, Harvey tells a totally offensive joke to a Spanish conquistador. He's surrounded by a bunch of guys with guns, but tries to Rock his way out of it.

#6: Tryin' Not To Get-Shot
Spain
"Harmony In My Head" by Buzzcocks, 1979
"The Groove" by Muse, 2003
"Way To Mandalay" by Blackmore's Night, 2003
"All Along The Watchtower" by Neil Young, 2000
They all get naked!
"Bad Medicine" by Bon Jovi, 1988 [Encore]

After washing his eyes out with bleach, Harvey catches a ride with Faustino to France, to get some croissants for his journey, because he hasn't eaten since he was in Mexico, and to see where Rugrats In Paris was filmed. Upon seeing him, the French surrender, and re-name the country Harveyville. He then has no choice but to play at HarveyStock, where he joins The Cult, The Black Crowes, The Sex Pistols, and Pearl Jam for some rockin'!

#7: Francin'
HarveyStock, France
"Lil' Devil" by The Cult, 1987
"Jealous Again" by The Black Crowes, 1990
"Holidays In The Sun" by The Sex Pistols, 1977
"Yellow Ledbetter" by Pearl Jam, 1992
Some 2 dimensional characters join Harvey onstage!
"The End" by The Beatles, 1969 [Encore]

Faustino caught some horrible disease while Harvey was playing. He joins him at his deathbed, where Faustino dies peacefully. AAANYYYHOOOOOO, Harvey looks out the window and sees the Jetpack Man with his gee-tar! GASP! He borrows the Doctor's jetpack, and chases after him.
The chase goes on for a while, until the Jetpack's crappy batteries go out, and Harvey falls into Schwerin Castle in Germany, where some guy is being coronated. Everyone is like, TOTALLY suprised. Harvey thinks fast, and yells "Who likes Rock?". They all start cheering, as Harvey jumps on the throne to play some gee-tar.

#8: Coronatin'
Schwerin Castle, Germany
"Driven To Tears" by The Police, 1980
"Walk Like A Man (You Can Call Me Your Man)" by Grand Funk Railroad, 1973
"Out of Focus" by Blue Cheer, 1967
"By The Way" by Red Hot Chili Peppers, 2002
Ace Frehley walks in and says "Hey! What's going on in here, then?".
"Guitar Battle Vs. Ace Frehley" by Ace Frehley, 2008
The guy coronates Harvey accidentally. His first order of business is to order everyone to make out with a nearby member of the same sex.
"Love Gun" by Kiss, 1977 [Encore]

Alfredo captured the Jetpack Man and tortured him for information. He sold it to Fidel Castro as a joke. Goddarn it! Harvey orders some cigars from Cuba, and then sneaks on the barge with the cigar-seller. He kisses himself tenderly on the way to Cuba. When he arrives, the Cubans mistake him for Tom Morello, and get all excited because they think Audioslave have showed. Harvey plays to appease the Cubans.

#9: Shavin'
Cuba
"Life In The Fast Lane" by Eagles, 1977
"Whisky Drinkin' Woman" by Nazareth, 1975
"Headfirst for Halos" by My Chemical Romance, 2002
"I'm Insane" by Ratt, 1984
They all commit mass suicide as a joke.
"Fox on the Run" by Sweet, 1975 [Encore]

Harvey finds Fidel Castro, who says he left the gee-tar in Russia when he was on a cruise. Donaciano takes him to Russia, where he finds a bunch of guys trying to revive Stalin so that they can put him doing something silly on YouTube and get featured. Harvey plays really loud so that their ears are bleeding and it's hard to work.

#10: Stalin'
Russia
"Child of Innocence" by Kansas, 1975
"Europa" by Santana, 1976
"Burnin' for You" by Blue Oyster Cult, 1981
"I Am the Night, Colour Me Black" by Priestess, 2006
Someone shoots at Harvey with a canon!
"For Those About to Rock" by AC/DC, 1981 [Encore]

Their brains explode! If you're playing on Medium, they revive Stalin, and Harvey and Donaciano get f'ed in the A by him and die of AIDS. If not...
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 9:50 am

Donaciano fell over and died. Yeah. Anyway, an old lady tells Harvey that his gee-tar was stolen by a Muslim man visting family in Moscow. Juventino gives Harvey a ride to Mecca in his super-cool car. When there, he finds loads of Muslims walking in circles. He knows that all Muslims can play bass guitar, so he materializes one and gives it to a small child. They play a gig for the Muslims, 'cos Muslims love Rock music.

#11: Blashpemin'
Mecca
"Mr. Big" by Free, 1970
"Custard Pie" by Led Zeppelin, 1975
"Funk #49" by James Gang, 1970
"Pickin' Up the Pieces" by Quiet Riot, 1993
Michael Schenker parachutes in.
"Guitar Battle Vs. Michael Schenker" by Michael Schenker, 2008
They all start moshing instead of walking in circles.
"Lovedrive" by Scorpions, 1979 [Encore]

Harvey finds the Muslim man and pumps him for info. He says that he sold the gee-tar for a farthing... to Rick Derringer.
Harvey is tired, and so he lies down in some random woods. He eats some magic mushrooms, accidentally. He starts trippin' balls, and imagines that he's in Tokyo, and Reptar is killing everyone. Suddenly, he, uh, sports wings, and plays above Tokyo in an attempt to slay the beast... uh...

#12: Trippin'
Tokyo
"Too Fast for Love" by Motley Crue, 1981
"Tragedy" by Hanoi Rocks, 1981
"Love Me Two Times" by Aerosmith, 1990
"Kick It Out" by Heart, 1977
Reptar falls over! The people who didn't get crushed and suffer an unfathomably painful death cheer for Harvey!
"Kill In The Spirit World" by Black Sabbath, 1979 [Encore]

Harvey wakes up. He looks on the internet to find out where Rick Derringer is at. He's in America, playing at Madison Square Garden... with the Edgar Winter Group! Yay!
Harvey catches a flight to America, with Carlos. They arrive, and head to Madison Square Garden, where they discover that Rick cancelled because he had a tummy ache, and that he's in the UK. The manager forces Harvey to play for the restless crowd.

#13: Replacin'
Madison Square Garden
"Still Raining, Still Dreaming" by Jimi Hendrix, 1968
"Willin'" by Little Feat, 1971
"Wild-Eyed Southern Boys" by .38 Special, 1981
"Come On, Come In" by Velvet Revolver, 2005
They like your skills, but demand a Derringer song.
"Eat It" by Weird Al, 1984 [Encore]

That performance was super-good. Harvey waits for Rick's tummy ache to pass, 'n' gets up to other stuff. He manages to **** Six on Expert. Hooray!
Carlos commits suicide as a joke.
Anyway, Harvey flies to the UK to catch Derringer, who's playing at Monsters of Rock in Donnington. He spots Rick with his gee-tar and chases him all around the place, until poor Harvey gets pushed onto the stage by Rick's guitar tech. Uh.

#14: Chasin'
Monsters of Rock
"What's Your Name" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1977
"Escape" by Journey, 1981
"Emerald" by Thin Lizzy, 1983
"All Night Long" by Peter Frampton, 1973
He appears! Attack!
"Guitar Battle Vs. Rick Derringer" by Rick Derringer, 2008
You have your lame gee-tar back!
"Teenage Love Affair" by Rick Derringer, 1973 [Encore]

Harvey takes the gee-tar off from around his neck, and pummells his fists into the air in celebration. The crowd hated his lame tone on that last number, though, so they boo him. Meanwhile, some guy in a brown trenchcoat yoinked it out of his hands and disappeared through a rip in the space-time continuum. Harvey and Cristo jump in after him.
They come out in the Cretaceous Period, and almost get trampled on by a T.Rex. They spot the trenchcoat guy running off. The Benny Hill Theme plays as they go on a wild goose chase. Cristo gets eaten.
Harvey ends up in the middle of loads of cavemen. He slowly pulls his gee-tar out, and one shouts "F**K YAH".

#15: Time Travelin'
The Cretaceous Period
"Kiss of Death" by Dokken, 1987
"Money" by Pink Floyd, 1973
"Sillyworld" by Stone Sour, 2006
"Thunderbox" by Humble Pie, 1974
Caveman want Southern Rock. Southern Rock good.
"Don't Misunderstand Me" by The Rossington-Collins Band, 1980 [Encore]

They lower their lighters and cry. If you're playing on Hard, Harvey dies peacefully of natural causes. If not...
Harvey sees the trenchcoat guy on top of a hill, and runs after him. The trenchcoat guy jumps into another tear in the space-time continuum. Timothy and Harvey run after him. They get sent into the 15th century, and are in the middle of a Renaissance fair. Mr. Trenchcoat takes off, and Harvey and Timothy are hot on his trail.
Surely enough, they lose him, but notice a big stage with Ritchie Blackmore on it, doing some stand-up comedy, while his Blackmore's Night backing band sit down and have some tea. Harvey runs up there quickly, and plays a loud powerchord. Everybody cheers! Harvey plays in hope that he can see Mr. Trenchcoat from the stage.

#16: Renaissancin'
15th Century
"Pinball Wizard" by The Who, 1969
"Reckless Life" by Guns N' Roses, 1986
"Heavy Disco Trip" by Paul Gilbert, 1998
"Like Light To The Flies" by Trivium, 2005
Some people from the nearby village come to watch. Harvey spots the Trenchcoat Man in the distance, but must play for the crowd.
"Renegade" by Styx, 1978 [Encore]

Harvey crowdsurfs over to the Trenchcoat Man, who then runs. He spots him disappearing over a hill, and runs in the same general direction. Harvey and the Trenchcoat Man fall 40,000 feet into another tear in the space-time continuum. Timothy stayed behind and got eaten by a Dragon.
They both get spat back out in the year 2009, in the middle of a President Barack Obama speech. Mr. Trenchcoat lands in the crowd, but Harvey lands on the President himself. Everyone gasps. But then some fireworks go off randomly, and everyone cheers. Harvey plays a gig whilst standing on Barack Obama.

#17: Squishin'
Barack Obama speech
"Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne, 1980
"Bounty Hunter" by Molly Hatchet, 1978
"Desert Rose" by Eric Johnson, 1990
"On Fire" by Van Halen, 1978
K.K. Downing comes through the tear in the space-time continuum and lands on Harvey, and it like, hurts his leg.
"Guitar Battle Vs. K.K. Downing" by K.K. Downing, 2008
Everyone starts pogoin' on a pogo stick.
"Screaming For Vengeance" by Judas Priest, 1982 [Encore]

Harvey and Shit chase Mr. Trenchcoat for awhile, until he gets out a knife and creates yet another tear in the space-time continuum. They all get spat out at the Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans. Shit gets impaled on a spike. Harvey starts to chase Mr. Trenchcoat but gets stopped by Zack De La Rocha who tells him that they're about to go on. Harvey insists again that he isn't Tom Morello. Brad Wilk laughs. Harvey reluctantly agrees, and plays with RATM.
Note: These are original recordings, but with Zack De La Rocha miming as you play. So, Zack, with Dio and Johnny Hiland's voices. Yeah.

#18: Impersonatin'
Voodoo Music Experience
"Rock 'N' Roll Children" by Dio, 1985
"Swinging The Strings" by Johnny Hiland, 2004
"Where Were You" by Jeff Beck, 1989
"Couldn't Stand The Weather" by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, 1984
Jim Carrey takes over vocal duties.
"Blue Sky" by The Allman Brothers Band, 1972 [Encore]

Harvey loses the Trenchcoat Man. Lame. He spends the next week being all emo 'n' stuff. When strolling by the George Washington Bridge, Rafael turns up, and pushes him off, onto a tanker that's holding Metal Gear REX. Harvey lands on some guy with a tranquilizer gun and a funny bandana. He steals the gun and goes on a stealth mission down to the holds of the tanker. When there, the commandant is giving a speech to non-essential personel. Harvey sneaks past, but then the commandant shouts "INTRUDER TO THE LEFT!". They all see him, and they have, like, guns. Harvey plays that "YEEEAH!!!" part of Won't Get Fooled Again, and runs up to where the commandant is standing, and pushes him off. The guys from the other two holds run in and voice their approval.

#19: Sneakin'
Metal Gear REX's hold
"Waterhole" by The Outlaws, 1975
"Throttleneck" by Prad Paisley, 2007
"He-Man Woman-Hater" by Extreme, 1990
"Rattlehead" by Megadeth, 1985
Metal Gear REX starts to squish people.
"Ride Like The Wind" by Saxon, 1988 [Encore]

The tanker crashes. Everyone dies, except for Harvey. Anyway, he ends up in Alabama. He wanders for a while until he sees a sign saying "Town of the Happy People". He runs on in, and there's like, loads of Happy People gathered in front of a big stage. The instrumental section of U2 is up there, but Bono hasn't showed! Harvey runs up to play a really super amazing gig.

#20: Alabama-in'
Town of the Happy People
"Maddie Goes West" by Gordon Giltrap, 2005
"Perpetual Burn" by Jason Becker, 1988
"From Here To Eternity" by Iron Maiden, 1992
"Why Didn't Rosemary?" by Deep Purple, 1969
A storm brews. Everybody runs inside. Suddenly, Mr. Trenchcoat appears with a Mandolin. The Mayor sends out Deputy Dave to kill him. Mr. Trenchcoat removes his trenchcoat and reveals himself to be THE BIBBLE MAN. A preacher of some crazy religion based on Jessus, the song of Good. Then stuff happens.
"The Bibble Man Is Back In Town" by Chris Thile, Sam Bush, & Eifion Lewis, 2008
The Bibble Man is defeated! Harvey claims his beloved gee-tar back, then smashes it in triumph. The cast of Harry Potter appear, dressed up as characters from the Drew Carey Show.
"The Mysterious Ticking Noise" by Eifion Lewis & The Cast of Harry Potter, 2008 [Encore]
Everyone thinks Harvey is really cool! The town holds a parade in his honour, and he sits on a big throne that's being pushed by a bunch of English dudes who thought "It would be funny". The game fades out with Harvey doing a thumbs up.
"I've Got Something In My Front Pocket For You" by Jack White & Eric Clapton, 1997 [Credits]

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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 10:35 am

dude you spend too much time on the stories....but good list
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 10:36 am

If a list doesn't have a story, it's a huge, souless, collection of songs.

And stories test people's creativity. A good story improves the quality of a list.
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:34 am

Nice story, but why almost everyone has latin names? And, Hold The Line tier 4? WTF? I played a custom chart, and isn't even worthy to be the 1st song.
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:13 pm

wow thats a long ass list

I'm gonna have to hear that deep purple song

Post a link to it please
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:39 pm

Didn't Schenker get ot of Scorpions on 73?
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:52 pm

Tony wrote:
wow thats a long ass list

I'm gonna have to hear that deep purple song

Post a link to it please

Isn't on YouTube. I may put it up sometime. It has a long-ass solo, though.

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Didn't Schenker get ot of Scorpions on 73?

Didn't Slash get ot of Guns N' Roses on 96?
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Fri Feb 22, 2008 8:53 am

I'd apreciate if you guys thank me for Walk Like A Man and Blue Sky...
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Wed Apr 30, 2008 1:45 pm

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I'd apreciate if you guys thank me for Walk Like A Man and Blue Sky...

Um, you do realise that Blue Sky is one of the Allman Brothers' most famous songs, right?

And, um, I've never seen you use Walk Like A Man. Which is one of the best songs on their most popular album. So, um, no.
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PostSubject: Re: super happy fun fun list of fun and good hippity-hop times   Wed Apr 30, 2008 2:14 pm

I have Walk Like A Man since june or whatever... And I had Blue Sky before than that, and I never seen anyonw with those songs on a list, so, yeah
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