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Chinese Democracy Coming To Rock Band This Spring by Anthony Barlow
February 7, 2009, 12:54 am
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[By Anthony]

After about, well, almost forever Axl Rose finally released, the highly anticipated album, Chinese Democracy. And this spring you’ll be able to play it in Rock Band. GNR already have one of their latest tracks in the game, ‘Shacklers Revenge’, but now you’ll be able to play it in all of it’s…mediocrity. Ok I don’t like it, but for those who do it’s there. Enjoy.

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Next Week In Rock Band by Anthony Barlow
February 7, 2009, 12:49 am
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[By Anthony]

It’s that time again folks. Harmonix have dropped some knowlege about what’s coming to Rock Band next week. It’s Scottish trio The Fratellis. Three songs from their, sort of alright, debut album, ‘Costello Music’,  will be appearing next week. Good news for fans of The Fratellis, indie music and…Scotland? Continue reading



Best Buy Offer Says More Pearl Jam Is Coming To Rock Band by Anthony Barlow
February 4, 2009, 11:29 am
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[By Anthony]

For those who didn’t know, Pearl Jam’s album Ten is coming to Rock Band next month and you might just get more if Best Buy have anything to do with it. An offer from the american big box retailer has surfaced which says that those who pre-order the re-release of the album, due out March 24th, will get a code for three more Pearl Jam tracks for Rock Band. Those tracks are:

  • Brother
  • Alive (Drop In The Park Concert Version)
  • State Of Love And Trust (Drop In The Park Concert Version)

So it looks like Pearl Jam fans might be forced to pick the album up if they want as much Pearl Jam as they can get. There’s no indication if these tracks will be coming for a price, but I suspect they will do at some point. Either way, if you want them early pre-order the remaster of Ten.



Next Week In Rock Band by Anthony Barlow
January 30, 2009, 10:49 pm
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[By Anthony]

After a few on and off weeks with the ol’ Rock Band DLC we finally have a great week on our hands. Available for download this coming Thursday will be tracks from Thin Lizzy, The Pretenders, Nikko and Pat Benetar. Sweet. Hit the jump for the full list. Continue reading



Next Week In Rock Band [Update] by Anthony Barlow
January 6, 2009, 2:00 pm
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[By Anthony]

After a pretty prolongued absence, ‘Next Week In Rock Band’ is back. This week we’ve got some classic rock on our hands courtesy of Roy Orbision. A few weeks ago it was rumored (and pretty much confirmed) that Orbision’s music would be making an appearance as DLC in Harmonix’s popular music game and now it’s official. Hit the jump for the tracklist, pricing. Continue reading



Next Week In Rock Band by Anthony Barlow
December 6, 2008, 12:01 am
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[By Anthony]

It seems like Harmonix have been listening to Ad’s pleas and will be providing some really cool downloadable content for Rock Band next week. The Gwen Stefani fronted band, No Doubt, will be making their first appearance in the game with their greatest hits album appearing as downloadable content.

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Next Week In Rock Band by Anthony Barlow
November 22, 2008, 4:33 pm
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[By Anthony]

As you may, or may not, know Harmonix tries to cater for fans of multiple genres of Rock music. This gives us a wide variety of downloadable stuff, but on most weeks only one genre rules the content for that particular week. Of course there are exceptions. Take this week for example. There’s some indie/alt. Rock from The Killers as well as the harder Metal stylings of Lamb Of God and Soundgarden. There’s also some Sweedish Metal thrown in there for good measure. The DLC might be edging towards one genre but there’s something for everyone here, nice job Harmonix. Hit the jump for the full list and pricing. Continue reading