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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Thursday, 05 June 2008

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In what looks to be an attempt to revive their ailing franchise and/or put pressure on the Rock Band camp (heh I said band camp) Activision is letting loose a flurry of song packs in June for Guitar Hero III.

Coming to a console near you, living room rock stars will soon be able to shred to an assortment of new master tracks on Activision’s Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock with five new song packs releasing throughout the month of June.  Two of the five packs will let gamers rock out with three headline acts from the Isle of Wight festival and tunes from the timeless rock icon, Motörhead. 

Reliving one of the most memorable performances of the 2007 Isle of Wight festival, Kasabian’s master recording of “Shoot the Runner” joins 2008 headliners The Sex Pistols and Kaiser Chiefs in the Isle of Wight pack.  Available on June 12th, the track pack also features Kaiser Chief’s “I Predict a Riot” which climbed all the way to #9 on the UK Singles Chart.  The Sex Pistols, who went into the studio for the first time in 30 years to re-record “Anarchy in the U.K.” specifically for Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, round out the track pack with a live rendition of “Problems,” recorded during their 30th anniversary tour stop at Brixton Academy in London.

 In anticipation of Motorhead’s new album, on June 5, 2008 players can shred to the band’s legendary hits “We Are the Road Crew,” “Stay Clean” and their first single, the self-titled “Motörhead.” 

 Both track packs will be available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace and PlayStation Store.

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