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  • RB: DLC 12/1509 – 30 Seconds to Mars, All American Rejects, More Beatles (Update 2)

    Posted on December 11th, 2009 Simon No comments

    In addition to the 3-pack from punk rock veterans Green Day announced earlier in the week, Harmonix has added three more tracks to next week’s DLC, including new music from DLC favourites, the All American Rejects and 30 Seconds to Mars.

    • 30 Seconds to Mars – “Kings & Queens”
    • 30 Seconds to Mars – “This is War”
    • All-American Rejects – “Gives You Hell”

    I don’t have a lot to say about these two, other than to say that this represents the fifth song by AAR available on the platform, and the 3rd and 4th songs for 30 Seconds.  If you are a fan of either band, but don’t have the points to spend, you should check out Shawn’s Friday twitter contest below.

    RubberSoulTuesday also brings the third (and hopefully not the final) album DLC for The Beatles: Rock Band.  This time it is the classic “Rubber Soul”, the group’s sixth studio album from 1965 featuring full-on bowl-cuts, a lot of please-pleasing and a french broad named Michelle.   As with any Beatles DLC, some of the best cuts are missing because they are already featured in the game, which sometimes makes the DLC list look a bit ‘neutered’ (probably not the best choice of words, sorry).  Here’s the track list:

    • The Beatles – “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”
    • The Beatles – “You Won’t See Me”
    • The Beatles – “Nowhere Man”
    • The Beatles – “Think For Yourself”
    • The Beatles – “The Word”
    • The Beatles – “Michelle”
    • The Beatles – “What Goes On”
    • The Beatles – “Girl”
    • The Beatles – “In My Life”
    • The Beatles – “Wait”
    • The Beatles – “Run For Your Life”

    “Rubber Soul” will cost you 1440 points, which if you win Shawn’s Friday twitter contest, you would have exactly enough left over to purchase one more song.  Good luck to all who enter.

    Next week’s predictions:  Last Tuesday before Christmas, so I’m guessing a holiday 3-pack:  Bowie & Crosby “Little Drummer Boy”, Elvis Presley “Blue Christmas” and my personal favourite christmas song of all time.

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