Mar 26 2010

Two Highest Rated Songs Authored by Noisy Puppet

Noisy Puppet’s authoring efforts now occupy the top two slots in the “Top Ten: Highest Rated Songs” menu. Today’s release of “When I Get Home You’re So Dead” by Mayday Parade is the only song keeping Jonathan Coulton’s “Code Monkey” from the number one slot. Both songs were authored for the Rock Band Network by Noisy Puppet Studios.

Two songs authored by Noisy Puppet at #1 and #2

The Top Ten: Highest Rated Songs menu in the RBN Store

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Mar 26 2010

Noisy Puppet brings Mayday Parade to RBN

Another Noisy Puppet Production, “When I Get Home You’re So Dead”, by Mayday Parade was released in the Rock Band Network Store today. In many ways this song is the perfect Rock Band experience. It’s driven by guitar bass and drums, with catchy pop melodies. Each part evolves over the course of the song to keep things interested. Just when you think you have your part mastered, a new challenge comes tearing down the track toward you. This is the first release from Mayday Parade, and the third release from Fearless Records.

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Mayday Parade's "When I Get Home You're So Dead" available in RBN today


Mar 9 2010

Flight Of The Conchords content developed by Noisy Puppet

Flight Of The Conchords, "Demon Woman"

Flight Of The Conchords, "Demon Woman" available now!

Noisy Puppet Studios has been working with Sub Pop records to bring you the song “Demon Woman” by Flight of the Conchords. Back in 2009, in an interview at the Emmy Awards, Flight of the Conchords hinted that songs would be available in Rock Band.  Today we’re very excited that you can download this track and riff along with Bret and Jemaine! Continue reading


Mar 8 2010

Code Monkey logs over 1,000 scores in three days

Noisy Puppet’s first release – the song “Code Monkey” by Jonathan Coulton – has logged over 1,000 scores in the Rock Band 2 leaderboards after only three days. The song was released on Friday, March 5th, the day the Rock Band Network opening was announced, and already enough gamers have played the song at least once to post over 1000 high scores. 538 of these scores were achieved by unique gamers playing the guitar part, 230 on the drums, 180 on vocals, and 54 while playing bass. In addition, 248 unique “fake bands” have logged high scores. Currently Jed and the Redheads top the charts at 864,580 points.