In the second commercial Marisa - voted FHM's Sexiest Women in the World last month - shows off her perfect figure in super-sexy lingerie, while provocatively playing various instruments. Although Marisa reveals no more skin than in an underwear advert, the Guitar Hero spot was still considered too racy to air. The spot, which shows Marisa gyrating to a Bob Seger track while wearing a sexy selection of bras, panties and even a corset, was not considered suitable for the market. Good clone fun: Marisa has viewers seeing quadruple at the end of the commercial, thanks to the magic of digital technology. Over the years the Guitar Hero campaign has seen a string of stars recreate the Risky Business scene, including Heidi Klum. But fellow Victoria's Secret model Heidi kept it tame and wore a white button down a la Tom Cruise over her black lacy lingerie.
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It is fairly easy across all instruments however the vocals can be slightly difficult, as there are several high notes in the song , and usually is found in one of the first tiers in Career mode except for band career. About a Girl Unplugged is available in quickplay at the start of the game and does not need to be unlocked. On Hard and Expert, this song is based on chords. To get a good score on this song, the best thing to do would be to practice other songs based on chords such as American Woman or the intro to Mr. All three of those songs are not hard and contain very good chord practice sections. On Bass, the song is very easy, as it is on one of the first few tiers. Most of the song is either the pattern open, open, open, long green, green green green, etc, or green, red, yellow, blue, red, open. On Drums, the song can be slightly difficult, if the player is not paying attention, due to parts where the pattern goes from the simple beat to a yellow-red-yellow, rapidly. Some of the rolls can catch you off-guard too. On Vocals, the song is fairly easy, as most Nirvana songs are easy to sing.
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Guitar Hero 5 is the fifth main title in the Guitar Hero series of rhythm games , released worldwide in September for the Xbox , PlayStation 2 and 3 and Wii consoles. In the game, players use special instrument controllers to simulate the playing of lead and bass guitar , drums , and vocals for rock and other songs. Players are awarded points by performing specific actions on the controllers to match notes that scroll on screen that correspond with the appropriate instrument. Successfully hitting notes increases the player's scoring and performance meter, while missing too many notes will lower the performance meter and may cause the song to end prematurely.
After getting over the initial sensation of feeling like a right pillock, what with brandishing a plastic toy guitar and pretending that my few assembled mates are the yelping thousands at Wembley, I, like millions of others, have played at being a Guitar Hero. The stupefyingly popular game series, in which air-guitar fantasy meets nerdy actuality, has already birthed three main games and a number of spinoffs since it was first released three years ago, and now the billion-dollar business is to let loose a fourth this coming October, entitled Guitar Hero: World Tour. As with any hot product worth its guerrilla-marketed salt, supposedly top-secret information on the game has been leaked on to the web. In this case it's the game's Holy Grail, the tracklisting. With a rumoured plus songs, Guitar Hero: World Tour will contain more tunes than any previous game. Yet just a pitiful three of them were originally recorded by female-fronted acts.