GUITAR HERO GUINNESS WORLD RECORD CHAMP CHRIS CHIKE (Iamchris4life) SCORES 100% ON THE HARDEST SONG IN THE GAME

July 2, 2008---The record setting teen is at it again! Chris Chike (known online and in-game as Iamchris4life) has broken his own Guinness world record of 840,647 points on the hardest song in the game, "Through the fire and the flames" and has now perfected the song with a flawless 100% (987,786 points and a 3722 note streak) on expert---AND caught the whole performance on video.

The video is currently one of the top viewed videos on Youtube and has just broken the 1.6 million view mark (currently stands at 1,609,299).

The video can be viewed here: http://youtube.com/watch?v=S5GpRJItqjw

(WARNING: there is swearing at the end of the video).

A clean downloadable version with no swearing at the end can be found on the Ant Commandos FTP at http://www.theantcommandos.com/chris1.zip)

"I was almost in shock when I finished the song and had hit the 100%--I am so glad I caught it on video or even I wouldn't have believed it happened," said Chike. "It feels great to have accomplished it, and it is exciting to see so many people online watching me get a perfect score on the hardest song in the game."

The teen, who recently signed with The Ant Commandos guitar and peripheral company to be their spokesperson and help them design their next guitar, was recently challenged for his Guinness World record title, but Chike has no doubt he will continue to be at the top of his game and will get the title back soon, declaring "It is pretty hard to beat 100%".

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