Five band-centric Guitar Hero games that would rock

Here's our wish list of the most-deserving bands that should have their own proper Guitar Hero game.

Nirvana


Nirvana may have only released three studio albums before front man Kurt Cobain committed suicide in 1994, but their influence on music was seminal, nonetheless. The trio catapulted alternative rock into the mainstream in the early 90s with the sound of a generation, the loudest drums ever heard by man, and a whole lot of screaming. But the number one reason Nirvana should have its own version of Guitar Hero? The band rocked in a very hard way. And what better way to immortalize Cobain than with his own pretend guitar game?
Essential tracks we want to play: "In Bloom," "Very Ape," "All Apologies," "Scentless Apprentice".

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