The Smiths Rock Band 3

ringrosso

Throbbing Member
Does anyone know if it possible to get the 13 or so instrumental Smiths tracks that were included on Rock Band 3?

Cheers, R
 

robert

Same old suit since 1962
There weren't 13 songs. The were:

Stop Me
This Charming Man (DLC)
Irish Blood, English Heart (DLC)

The multi tracks were on here for a while
 

ringrosso

Throbbing Member
Thanks for the replies.

Passions Just Like Mine contradicts you, & itself for that matter, stating there are 7 and 14 instrumentals
Can anyone shed any light please?
 

!Viva Hate!

Well-Known Member
Thanks for the replies.

Passions Just Like Mine contradicts you, & itself for that matter, stating there are 7 and 14 instrumentals
Can anyone shed any light please?

This is why we don't pay attention to Passions Just Like Mine...because Stephane doesn't know what the f*** he is talking about. Well, that and the fact he stole most of his site from what has been posted on this site.

There are only 2 Smiths songs and 1 Morrissey song on Rock Band:

This Charming Man
Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
Irish Blood, English Heart
 

Stephane

Pashernate member
Thanks for the replies.

Passions Just Like Mine contradicts you, & itself for that matter, stating there are 7 and 14 instrumentals
Can anyone shed any light please?

You misread the information. There are 7 multi-tracks for "This Charming Man" and 14 for "Stop Me...". Each is a different part of the song (guitar, bass, drum, vox, snare, keys, etc), they are not instrumentals. By playing all the tracks related to a song together, you get a rough unproduced version of the song.
 

ringrosso

Throbbing Member
Thanks for clearing that up.

Anyone know where I can find these 3 songs?

Thx
 
A

Anonymous

Guest
oh, there are others:

Bigmouth Strikes Again: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/39394798/file.html
Back to the Old House: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/25627984/file.html
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/21377052/file.html
Panic: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/33172429/file.html
Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/78806973/file.html
The Boy with the Thorn in His Side: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/72367215/file.html
This Charming Man: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/92108110/file.html
What Difference Does It Make: http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/5376154/file.html
William, It Was Really Nothing:

Some of these are backing tracks and mixed down into mp3s, others are just the individual instrument tracks for which you will need a sequencing program (Reaper is good and the demo is fully operational, just an annoying "buy now" box every time you open it). The quality varies from song to song, but they are all taken from the Smiths recording sessions. Some may be outtakes or dry tracks (no fx)--I forget which ones because it's been over a year since I really listened to them. Used to be in a Smiths cover band and these tracks were great at helping me figure out the guitar and bass parts. There are other backing tracks (drums,bass, no vox, no axe) for the smiths and morrisey tracks that were recorded by other musicians (no one affiliated with either the smiths or morrissey) that are posted here:

http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/bts/Smiths,_The.htm
http://www.guitarbackingtrack.com/bts/Morrissey.htm

Now, at the above 2 links, quality varies drastically from song to song because you have different contributors using different methods. For example, the Morrissey tracks with vocals (will have blue lips off to the right) all suck because the guy tried to minimize the guitar track using just an EQ, so they all sound phasey as f*** and aren't enjoyable to listen to at all. If they don't have the blue lips, they are instrumental and played (or programmed) by different musicians. But they are all free so don't bitch about the gift you were given. If they don't appeal to you, then leave them be. They appeal to many others who enjoy them--especially those who play the guitar and sing.

Cheers!
 
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