Keen to know what most people were jamming to on Guitar Hero over the festive break? Well look no further, because the team at Freestyle Games has released details of the twenty most popular songs played On Demand in the UK over Christmas and it reads as follows:
Song Band 1. Tribute Tenacious D 2. American Idiot Green Day 3. Sing Ed Sheeran 4. The Lazy Song Bruno Mars 5. All the Small Things Blink-182 6. I Want to Break Free Queen 7. Sex on Fire Kings of Leon 8. B.Y.O.B. System of a Down 9. Let Her Go Passenger 10. Nightmare (Live) Avenged Sevenfold 11. Before I Forget Slipknot 12. Hold Back the River James Bay 13. Budapest George Ezra 14. Eye of the Tiger Survivor 15. Feel so Close Calvin Harris 16. Stacy’s Mom Fountains of Wayne 17. Sugar, We’re Goin Down Fall Out Boy 18. Chop Suey! System of a Down 19. Tears Don’t Fall Bullet For My Valentine 20. Seven Nation Army The White Stripes
Additionally, the team has released details of the top twenty songs played globally over the period 24 December to 3 January. This list represents the most played songs in GHTV’s channels, On Demand and via Premium Shows.
Song Band 1 I Gotsta Get Paid ZZ Top 2 Best Day of My Life American Authors 3 Tribute Tenacious D 4 Epic Faith No More 5 Rollin’ and Tumblin’ The Gaslight Anthem 6 Jekyll and Hyde Five Finger Death Punch 7 Diamond Eyes Deftones 8 Break the Cycle Motionless in White 9 Tears Don’t Fall Bullet For My Valentine 10 Broken Generation Of Mice & Men 11 More Than A Feeling Boston 12 Stacy’s Mom Fountains of Wayne 13 Cult of Personality Living Colour 14 Eyes of a Stranger Queensryche 15 Buddy Holly Weezer 16 Cowboys from Hell Pantera 17 The Lazy Song Bruno Mars 18 Down with the Sickness Disturbed 19 Time To Pretend MGMT 20 Always with Me, Always with You Joe Satriani
Also this week, GHTV has added two new Premium Shows including Festival Anthems and New Rock Revolution, as well as an extension of The Dead Weather’s three playable songs from their performance in Nashville. The new songs includes tracks from The Killers, Biffy Clyro and Kings of Leon.
Source: God is Geek