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Guitar Hero

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Title Screen

Guitar Hero

Developer: Harmonix
Publisher: RedOctane
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in US: November 1, 2005
Released in EU: April 7, 2006
Released in AU: June 15, 2006

MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

NotesIcon.png This game has a notes page
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Unused Songs

To do:

There are two extra tracks that are inaccessible without cheat devices.


To do:
Find a 480p video capture of an FC if there's one out there.

This track, *Trippolette by Andi Buch (credited as Andrew Buch), was cut from the game because, to quote a designer who worked on the games, it was "snuck onto the disc by someone in QA without the dev team knowing until too late. Needless to say, he doesn't work at Harmonix anymore." Buch herself has been kind enough to set up a page with codes for every device out there to replace the song "Guitar Hero" with Trippolette. It is also possible to hack the game to add it to the setlist alongside the other songs, or to import it into the Guitar Hero 2 engine.

The in-game name for the song is "advharmony", which is taken from what it was derived from: Buch's Advanced Modal Harmony final project.

(Source: http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?action=showpost&postid=386411204&forumid=44)

Graveyard Shift

Oddly, the author of this track isn't listed in-game, though Harmonix has reported that an employee named Aaron is the author of this song. The credits list an "Aaron Demuth" under Additional Artists, suggesting this is the Aaron that Harmonix references, although there's been no official confirmation.

(Source: http://www.scorehero.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=137236#137236)