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The Clash’s London Calling hits Rock Band

Friday, 28th January 2011 00:30 GMT By Brenna Hillier

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Rock Band kicks February off with a bang by introducing one of the most critically acclaimed and beloved albums of the punk rock era – and after. London Calling, in its entirety, arrives as premium DLC in just a few days.

Paste Magazine writes that five of the lauded album’s tracks support Pro mode – title track London Calling; Rude Can’t Fail; Spanish Bombs; Clampdown; and The Card Cheat. An extra premium is required for Pro mode; 80 Microsoft Points, 100 Wii Points, or $0.99.

The album pack and individual tracks arrive on all three platforms simultaneously on February 1. A copy of Rock Band 3 is apparently necessary, as the DLC isn’t backwards compatible with earlier releases.

If you think there are enough The Clash tracks on Rock Band already, you should probably keep that opinion to yourself around people with asymmetrical haircuts. See the full track listing below.

The Clash’s “London Calling” (1600 MSP / 2000 WP / $19.99)

“London Calling” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)*
“Brand New Cadillac” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Jimmy Jazz” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Hateful” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Rudie Can’t Fail” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)*
“Spanish Bombs” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)*
“The Right Profile” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Lost in the Supermarket” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Clampdown” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)*
“The Guns of Brixton” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Wrong ‘Em Boyo” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Death or Glory” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Koka Kola” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“The Card Cheat” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)*
“Lover’s Rock” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Four Horsemen” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“I’m Not Down” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)
“Revolution Rock” (160 MSP / 200 WP / $1.99)

Thanks, Joystiq.

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