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Van Halen also had a Guitar Hero game, although without Michael Anthony, master of the single note bassline.
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Rock Band was better at the single-band game. The Beatles: Rock Band followed the Fab Four's career, hitting their 1964 Ed Sullivan debut...
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...and wrapping up with the rooftop concert from 1969.
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There was also a Green Day: Rock Band game, though, so let's not give that series too much credit.
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Guitar Hero 5 let you sing any song as Kurt Cobain, complete with Daniel Johnston t-shirt. This is why Courtney Love sued the makers of Guitar Hero 5.
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No Doubt also sued Activision for similar reasons over the Guitar Hero spin-off Band Hero, because No Doubt believes they have a reputation to uphold.
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Even Johnny Cash, the favorite country artist among punks with bumper stickers, materialized in a Guitar Hero game.
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Taylor Swift also starred in Band Hero, but she's too nice to sue anybody over it.
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Disco, new wave and dance superstar Grace Jones appeared in 1997's Goldeneye 007 as her May Day character from A View to a Kill. (She's the one on the left.)
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There's a long, rich history of rappers starring in fighting games. Here Ol' Dirty Bastard (left) fights three scrubs in 1999's Wu Tang: Shaolin Style.