Aerosmith Guitar Hero

About Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (Setlist):

The structure of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith is essentially Guitar Hero 3 -- no major changes to the way things like Star Power and setlists work. But everything is presented as a timeline of Aerosmith's rise to fame beginning with the first show they ever played at Nipmuc Regional High School (this is the first venue for Career mode). The "opening band" is represented by a couple of tracks from those other artists that somehow made an impact on Aerosmith. The first tier includes the likes of "All The Young Dudes" by Mott the Hoople and "Dream Police" by Cheap Trick. (Check below for the first 10 revealed tracks.) And it's not just a "we love these songs" sentiment governing the selection...The Kinks are included because they were stingy with stage space when the two bands played together way back when.

After the usual Guitar Hero stable of characters warms up the crowd with those songs, Steven and the boys take the stage. The final set list breaks down to 40 percent from the other bands and 60 percent Aerosmith tunes, and the collection isn't just a repeat of Big Ones: The band wanted some of their more sentimental, fan-only songs like "No Surprize" to go along with the radio hits. Again, this pleases Group A, as should the other decorative elements like changing the Guitar Center-sponsored shop to Aerosmith's Vindaloo studio and incorporating video interviews with the band between song tiers that add some more Behind the Music-type information.

Developer Neversoft did respond to complaints that the career mode in GH3 had some...uneven difficulty. They claim to have smoothed out a curve that rose way too quickly in some of the later tiers and difficulty levels while retaining the entertaining note patterns and chord changes. There's even one boss battle in the game, though they were hesitant to divulge exactly who that would be. (The smart money's on Alicia Silverstone.)

Setlist  in Career mode:

Tier 1 - "Getting the Band Together"
Venue: Nipmuc Regional High School
  • "Dream Police" - Cheap Trick
  • "All the Young Dudes" - Mott the Hoople
  • "Make It" - Aerosmith
  • "Uncle Salty" - Aerosmith
  • "Draw The Line" - Aerosmith

Tier 2 - "First Taste of Success"
Venue: Max's Kansas City
  • "I Hate Myself for Loving You" - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
  • "All Day and All of the Night" - The Kinks
  • "Movin' Out" - Aerosmith
  • "No Surprize" - Aerosmith
  • "Sweet Emotion" - Aerosmith

Tier 3 - "The Triumphant Return"
Venue: The Orpheum Theater in Boston
  • "Complete Control" - The Clash
  • "Personality Crisis" - New York Dolls
  • "Livin' on the Edge" - Aerosmith
  • "Ragdoll" - Aerosmith
  • "Love in an Elevator" - Aerosmith

Tier 4 - "The Great American Band"
Venue: Half Time Show
  • "Always on the Run" - Lenny Kravitz
  • "Hard to Handle" - The Black Crows
  • "Back in the Saddle" - Aerosmith
  • "Beyond Beautiful" - Aerosmith
  • "Dream On" - Aerosmith

Tier 5 - "International Superstars"
Venue: Moscow
  • "She Sells Sanctuary" - The Cult
  • "King of Rock" - Run DMC
  • "Bright Light Fright" - Aerosmith
  • "Nobody's Fault" - Aerosmith
  • "Walk This Way" - Run DMC, Featuring Aerosmith

Tier 6 -  "Rock n' Roll Legends"
Venue: Rock N Roll Hall of Fame
  • "Cat Scratch Fever" - Ted Nugent
  • "Sex Type Thing" - Stone Temple Pilots
  • "Joe Perry Guitar Battle" - Joe Perry (BOSS BATTLE)
  • "Mama Kin" - Aerosmith
  • "Toys in the Attic" - Aerosmith
  • "Train Kept a Rollin" - Aerosmith

Tier 7 - "Bonus: The Vault"
  • "Mercy" - Joe Perry
  • "Shakin My Cage" - Joe Perry
  • "Talk Talkin'" - Joe Perry
  • "Combination" - Aerosmith
  • "Kings and Queens" - Aerosmith
  • "Rats in the Cellar" - Aerosmith
  • "Let the Music Do the Talking" - Aerosmith
  • "Pandoras Box" - Aerosmith
  • "Pink" - Aerosmith
  • "Walk this Way" - Aerosmith


Feb 15, 2008: Aerosmith Plugs into Guitar Hero popularity.

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