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09-13-2008, 10:21 PM


Producers with MTV are currently looking for a group of 4 people to form their own "Rock" band and show their stuff live on stage for the chance to win the Ultimate Rock Band Experience!

MTV's official show for Rock Band 2! The creator of Rock Star and The Apprentice, Mark Burnett and MTV bring you the first show based on the new game Rock Band 2. That's right everyone Rock Band 2 is almost here.

If you ever dreamed of being a rocker, MTV's giving you your chance! Are you up for the challenge?

Each ROCK BAND must consist of:
- lead vocalist
- guitarist
- bass guitarist
- drummer

VIDEO REQUIREMENTS: Create a 2-3 minute video showing what sets you apart from everyone else. Do you have a theme? Fire fighters, sororities, fraternities, military, etc. Give a brief bio on your band (names, where your from, etc.) Include clips of the band playing Rock Band. Most importantly, tell why your band rocks… and be creative!

See you on stage…be prepared to rock!


09-13-2008, 10:26 PM
Yuck. :P

I heard about this last night and promptly chose to ignore it.

There's another Rock Band 2 show airing tonight on Spike at 11:30.

Disturbed, Judas Priest and Cheap Trick (pictured) are challenging the top three user bands in the nation tonight on SPIKE TV's "30 Minutes to Midnight," the official countdown show for the launch of Rock Band 2. The three bands challenge the users to play their songs, among the hardest in the game, with other competitive twists. There will also be a guy who can finish a song playing all four instruments at once. If you're one of those people transfixed by watching others play this game really well, you might want to flip over.

"30 Minutes to Midnight" airs at, well, 30 minutes to midnight US Eastern time tonight. The user bands are from the Xbox 360 community (Earth Wind and Centaur! Die! In a Fire, and Here Comes a New Challenger). In addition to playing straight up, there will also be a challenge mode in which they have to play the notes from memory with none on the screen. So we'll see if Rock Band really has taught anyone to rock out. (http://kotaku.com/5047337/can-rock-band-really-teach-you-to-rock-out)

09-14-2008, 09:24 AM
sign the douchebag list after the x ....


Android Christ
09-14-2008, 10:34 AM
Sadly, my band only has three members (although I do bass and vocals, so we really have four). And, being in Florida, I'm just about as far as possible from California as one in the continental United States can be.

09-15-2008, 01:26 AM
Great! Another show to fill up a time slot instead of showing music videos!