Jackson track confirmed for Lego Rock Band

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 7 July 2009 09:40 GMT

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Lego Rock Band will have a Jackson 5 track, Traveller’s Tales boss Jonathan Smith told VG247 this morning.

“We have the Jackson 5’s amazing ‘I Want You Back’; “Breakout” by Foo Fighters, and ‘A-Punk’ from the brilliant Vampire Weekend,” said the developer.

These new tracks are in addition to those confirmed when the game was announced, named:

  • Blur: ‘Song 2’
  • Carl Douglas: ‘Kung Fu Fighting’
  • Europe: ‘The Final Countdown’
  • Good Charlotte: ‘Boys and Girls’
  • Pink: ‘So What’

The game’s out later this year for 360, PS3, Wii and DS.

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