Rocksmith Remastered DLC 3/12/2019 – Night Ranger

Hello Rocksmith fans!

A brand new artist comes this week with three hard rock songs from the 1980s, it’s San Francisco’s own @NightRanger!

On Friday we learned that their 1984 hit off Midnight Madness Sister Christian would be the first single in the pack. Today we can confirm (via Xbox NZ) that the other two singles are (You Can Still) Rock In America, and off Dawn Patrol (1982), Don’t Tell Me You Love Me.

Night Ranger is best known for “Sister Christian,” a 1984 single that reached the Top 10 in the U.S. and Canada that later turned into a power ballad perennial. Prior to “Sister Christian,” Night Ranger had a pair of major hits on American Album Rock radio — “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” and “(You Can Still) Rock in America” — but the success of “Sister Christian” helped push them in a pop-friendly direction which they rode through the end of the ’80s, racking up a few hits along the way (“Sentimental Street,” “Goodbye”). The band split in 1989 but in 1996 the original lineup reunited and, over the next two decades, the group would survive various changes in membership, touring regularly and recording occasionally.

(AllMusicGuide)

Night Ranger – $7.99 / Steam

No tuning, but you’ll need to tune in some of that eight finger tapping!


Are you up to the challenge of these hard rockin’ hits? Or is this just another forgettable 80s band you’d rather not bother with? Let us know!

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RampantCoyote
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Bah, haters can hate. “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me” has been on my Rocksmith wish list since day one, in all its spandex-wearing, big-hair arena rock awesomeness.

Lord Flatus
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Lord Flatus

A week of pure unadulterated 80s charm. I’m in for the whole pack!

Tufty McTavish
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Tufty McTavish

Smashing!!! \m/ Good, obvious choices, leaving plenty more for the next pack.

Adem_H
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Adem_H

I don’t know what everyone’s complaining about, I’d take this over 70% of what’s included in the 2018 lineup.

Telecaster
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Telecaster

That’s an interesting observation, because, what % of DLC do you expect to like? I think I got like 15 packs and 10 or 15 so loosies over the course of 2018, so that’s what, 30 or 35% of the lineup? And I considered that a decent hit rate.

Adem_H
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Adem_H

Usually I expect the same percentage of DLC satisfaction (approximately one quarter), however thus far this year, my satisfaction with the DLC is much higher

Telecaster
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Telecaster

Thanks man

Oni
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Oni

Yeah I just went through the dlc list on wikipedia while having lunch, someone was talking at me so it threw me off but I bought 48-52 tracks altogether last year. So that averages out to about one a week.

Telecaster
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Telecaster

Not my week; you guys have fun

Oni
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Oni

Agreed. Chuck Berry has been the highlight of the year for me so far.

Telecaster
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Telecaster

Absolutely. Already jumping for Chuck Pack II.
I think it’s been my only full pack so far; I’ve picked up a song or 2 from about half the other packs, though.

Oni
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Oni

Same here. It was a hell of a way to start the year, but its been my only full pack and everything else has been random tracks I like.

JethroRamone
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JethroRamone

The fact that there is not even a studio version of You Can Still Rock In America on Spotify makes it’s inclusion more hilarious.

RockThisWay
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RockThisWay

Hopefully for this week only ubi presents limpsmith. Its caused by spandex. Definitely wont be buying this one. Everyone who likes their (not)rock weak and useless like the president, I guess these limp tracks are for you.

Oni
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Oni

Thats probably not the only thing spandex causes. I’m skipping this “weak” (keep the theme going, why not) too. Hopefully we get a good surprise next time.