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With the PlayStation 2 and Wii versions of Rock Band unable to download new content, MTV Games and Harmonix have announced Rock Band Track Pack Volume 1, the first retail-distributed collection of 20 songs, including recent Nine Inch Nails,

Brandon Boyer, Blogger

May 5, 2008

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With the PlayStation 2 and Wii versions of Rock Band unable to download new content, MTV Games and Harmonix have announced Rock Band Track Pack Volume 1. This is the first retail-distributed collection of 20 songs for the game - and includes recent Nine Inch Nails, Stone Temple Pilots and Boston content. The collection is due to be released on July 15th at a retail cost of $29.99 on PS2 and Wii, a discount on otherwise purchasing the songs individually on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, which are priced at 160 Microsoft Points ($1.99) apiece. The full list of songs included in the pack are as follows: 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 The Wii version of Rock Band has yet to be released, but will land shortly before the track pack's release on June 22nd. Unlike the PlayStation 2 version, the Wii game will also include an extra five songs also released as DLC, including Oasis' "Don't Look Back In Anger," Police's "Roxanne" and The Ramones' "Rockaway Beach."

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Brandon Boyer is at various times an artist, programmer, and freelance writer whose work can be seen in Edge and RESET magazines.

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