Posted on March 11, 2008,

New Assortment of DLC Songs for Rock Band

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Following up on last week’s six Grateful Dead tracks, we have three new songs which appear to have been randomly chosen out of a list entitled “Things I Won’t Listen To.” On the plus side, for those who are fans of these particular songs, they are master tracks and are the cheapest premium songs yet – 80 Microsoft Points ($.99) is the price on each.

  • “Shockwave” by Black Tide (Master)
  • “Crushcrushcrush” by Paramore (Master)
  • “Beethoven’s C***” by Serj Tankian (Master)

It should be noted that, as of this writing, “Shockwave” isn’t yet available on the Xbox Live Marketplace, while the other two songs are. It’s unclear what the holdup might be and if there was some problem with the song, but we’ll keep an eye on the situation. PlayStation 3 owners will see the tracks this Thursday.

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3 Comments on New Assortment of DLC Songs for Rock Band

bllllllllllllrrr

On March 11, 2008 at 7:04 pm

GG using a Guitar Hero picture for Rock Band.

Distant Flava

On March 12, 2008 at 6:45 pm

These tracks just seem to be getting worse by the week. Who in there right mind would pick any of these tracks. Hmmmmmmm how about some Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Linkin park, or Rage……….oh i got a better idea how about these tracks? What a disaapointment! :shock: Where is “welcome to the jungle”, i mean that was the song that used on youtube to help promote the game before it came out. I am getting the feeling that they are just giving us a lot of filler until Christmas 2008 when rockband 2 will probably come out with a great tracklist.

GIVE US SOMETHING TO DOWNLOAD!!!!

brandon

On November 25, 2008 at 9:32 pm

i know like why would they have such a weak play list for such a great game if they had a better play i propably woul’ve have brought the game