Rock Band Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik
I’m a bit behind in reporting this to the world, but I’m still a little new at the whole “I now have a public blog” experience, so please forgive me.
A friend of mine, Julie Rousseau, has started up a blog about music called MusicNotion.com. For those of you who don’t know Julie, she’s been teaching musical aptitude to children and adults for years, and her blog is an obvious extension of her love of notes on a staff. When she first started pulling the blog together, she asked me if I wanted to contribute music reviews. I was hesitant at first. I love music, and have eclectic tastes, but I’m a bit uncomfortable telling people that I know why The Sex Bo-bomb’s first album wasn’t as good as they’re first album.
I do, however, love my RockBand. And while I haven’t done any video game reviews, I’ve done plenty of board game reviews. So, I agreed to pitch her a RockBand Track Pack review about once per month. My first one, for the Red Hot Chili Peppers album Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik can be gone to by clicking on that link. I’ve got a few more on the dock and I don’t see any reason not to send more Julie’s way. They’re fun articles to write, and, hopefully, fun to read as well. Plus, I get to hold RockBand parties and tell everyone that I’m doing research. And I love getting people’s opinions out of them. Sweet deal.