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Rock Band Unplugged track list revealed

Friday, 15th May 2009 20:19 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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Rock Band Unplugged is coming to PSP June 9, and the track list has been revealed for it.

Musical eras span between the present with AFI to The Who in the 1960′s.

If you aren’t tired of music games, and are interested in what’s on it, read on below the break.

Thanks, Joystiq.

On-disc Track List

2000s

  • AFI – “Miss Murder”
  • All-American Rejects – “Move Along”
  • Audioslave – “Gasoline”
  • Black Tide – “Show Me the Way”
  • Freezepop – “Less Talk More Rokk”
  • Jimmy Eat World – “The Middle”
  • The Killers – “Mr. Brightside”
  • Lacuna Coil – “Our Truth”
  • Lamb of God – “Laid to Rest”
  • Modest Mouse – “Float On”
  • Queens of the Stone Age – “3′s and 7′s”
  • System of a Down – “Chop Suey!”
  • Tenacious D – “Rock Your Socks”

1990s

  • 3 Doors Down – “Kryptonite”
  • Alice in Chains – “Would?”
  • Blink 182 – “What’s My Age Again”
  • Foo Fighters – “Everlong”
  • Judas Priest – “Painkiller”
  • Lit – “My Own Worst Enemy”
  • Lush – “De-Luxe”
  • Mighty Mighty Bosstones – “Where’d You Go?”
  • Nine Inch Nails – “The Perfect Drug”
  • Nirvana – “Drain You”
  • The Offspring – “Come Out and Play (Keep ‘em Separated)”
  • Pearl Jam – “Alive”
  • Smashing Pumpkins – “Today”
  • Social Distortion – “I Was Wrong”
  • Soundgarden – “Spoonman”
  • Weezer – “Buddy Holly”

1980s

  • Billy Idol – “White Wedding Part 1″
  • Bon Jovi – “Livin’ on a Prayer”
  • Dead Kennedys – “Holiday in Cambodia”
  • Motörhead – “Ace of Spades”
  • The Police – “Message in a Bottle”
  • Siouxsie & the Banshees – “The Killing Jar”

1970s

  • Boston – “More Than a Feeling”
  • Jackson 5 – “ABC”
  • Jethro Tull – “Aqualung”
  • Kansas – “Carry on Wayward Son
  • Rush – “The Trees”

1960s

  • The Who – “Pinball Wizard”

The first 10 DLC tracks that will be available in the Rock Band Unplugged music store starting June 9:

DLC

  • 30 Seconds to Mars – “The Kill”
  • Belly – “Feed the Tree”
  • Disturbed – “Inside the Fire”
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Gimme Three Steps”
  • Muse – “Hysteria”
  • Mute Math – “Typical”
  • No Doubt – “Just a Girl”
  • Oasis – “Wonderwall”
  • Paramore – “Crushcrushcrush”
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Under the Bridge”

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4 Comments

  1. JesteR

    How do u play that on the PSP? Just pressing buttons?

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Patrick Garratt

    In a nutshell, yep.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. Hunam

    Oh, why not produce a kit like for the DS to stick in the micro usb slot. Seems kinda pointless without the novelty really.

    #3 6 years ago
  4. ashers2ashers

    You could argue that Hunam, but if you’re like me and love rhythm based music games like I do, you’d be glad that they aren’t trying to rely on the novelty factor to try and sell it, and at an increased price at that, too.

    Personally, the track-list is pretty damn awesome and I can’t see how a peripheral like that of the DS’ GH: On Tour would fit into a PSP, what with the UMD tray needing to be shut, surely? And wouldn’t the MicroSD slot be a little small or inconveniently placed for a similar bit of kit? (I’m not sure as I don’t own one, yet, and haven’t played one in a long time)

    I’ve never played it, but GH: On Tour seems like it would be much harder to get consistently good with and get 100% on songs as comfortably with the console versions, because of the touch screen strumming aspect of it, and difficulty of holding the DS and peripheral – it looks like it could become uncomfortable if you hand’s just a little too small or big for the way it’s designed to be held.

    Also, my friends and I got into these kinds of games with the demo of GH3 allowing you to play with the buttons on a standard controller and having fun trying to get achievements for completing the games with the “normal” buttons. Not being able to use a standard controller in future releases is a feature that is particularly annoying, though hopefully will make a return when instrument bundles start selling worse than just the software alone. One of my friends *cough, Pyrix, cough* even said that he’d only play using buttons, as playing with a plastic guitar controller made you look like “a right berk”. He’s corrected the error of his ways now though ;)

    #4 6 years ago

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