CDLC not submitted to CustomsForge

These are my versions of CDLCs already on CustomsForge:

  1. Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
  2. Belle & Sebastian – Funny Little Frog
  3. Duran Duran – A View To A Kill
  4. Duran Duran – Is There Something I Should Know
  5. Duran Duran – Notorious
  6. Fleetwood Mac – The Chain (currently has a long intro – I will fix this)
  7. Kaiser Chiefs – Ruby (didn’t realise this was ODLC when it was requested…)
  8. Thompson Twins – Hold Me Now (No idea why I didn’t publish this)
  9. U2 – Bad (Live Aid)
  10. Whitesnake – Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City (Live)

Author: James's Bass Blog

Husband, Grandfather, IT Pro, IBM Notes geek, Bassist, Rocksmith custom creator, music buff.

4 thoughts on “CDLC not submitted to CustomsForge”

  1. Hello James, thank you for sharing all these files with us Rocksmith users. CDLC has made it more enjoyable for me.

    Do you by any chance take requests? I would gladly pay per song 😀


      1. Thanks James, yes that is true! 🙂 If anything, it Rocksmith should be compensating the creators – they (you) are the reason the product has a thriving community! CDLC is truly a feature (maybe a debate for another day/forum). It really is akin to the main feature of youtube (i.e. encouraging the crowd to produce content), albeit “unofficial” here.

        Well, here’s my wishlist:

        Brand New Heavies
        Midnight at the Oasis (there’s a link on customsforge, but the file is gone)
        Never Stop
        You are the Universe
        Dream on Dreamer
        Back to Love
        Stay this Way
        You’ve got a friend

        Where Did we go wrong
        Beneath the surface
        Still a friend of mine
        Deep waters
        I hear your name
        Don’t you worry ’bout a thing

        Swing out sister
        You on my mind
        Twilight world
        am I the same girl
        Forever blue

        Lisa Stansfield
        All around the world
        The real thing


      2. Some interesting choices there – leave them with me and I’ll see what I can do. I did start Breakout many years ago but never got around to finishing it. Time may be a great healer here, who knows! Cheers, James


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