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Written by Thomas "CigDangle" Balistreri   
Monday, 05 May 2008

[News] [Wii] [PS2]

Today, Harmonix announced they would release Rock Band additional tracks for the Wii and PS2.  Track Pack Volume 1 will contain 20 tracks previously released as downloadable content for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game.  The pack will feature tracks by Boston, Nine Inch Nails, Stone Temple Pilots, and All American Rejects will be available July 15th, 2008 for $29.99.  All songs in Track Pack Volume 1 are master recordings from the original artisits.  See a complete list of songs after below.

  • 30 Seconds to Mars - "The Kill"
  • All American Rejects - "Move Along"
  • Blink 182 - "All the Small Things"
  • Boston - "More Than a Feeling"
  • David Bowie - "Moonage Daydream"
  • Faith No More - "We Care A Lot"
  • Grateful Dead - "Truckin’"
  • The Hives - "Die, All Right!"
  • KISS - "Calling Dr. Love"
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Gimme’ Three Steps"
  • Nine Inch Nails - "March of the Pigs"
  • Oasis - "Live Forever"
  • Paramore - "Crushcrushcrush"
  • The Police - "Synchronicity II"
  • Queens of the Stone Age - "Little Sister"
  • Ramones - "Teenage Lobotomy"
  • Smashing Pumpkins - "Siva"
  • Stone Temple Pilots - "Interstate Love Song"
  • Weezer - "Buddy Holly"
  • Wolfmother - "Joker & the Thief"

Quite a pack, and it allows PS2 and Wii gamers to keep on rocking!  You can listen to the songs by clicking on the list above.

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