Rocksmith 2014 Edition: new tracks announced alongside Epiphone Les Paul Junior guitar bundle

Tuesday, 1st October 2013 20:54 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

More tracks have been announced for Rocksmith 2014 Edition as well as six additional songs that will be available as free DLC for all purchasers of the guitar bundle.

The Rocksmith 2014 Edition guitar bundle including the game, the “Real Tone Cable” and an Epiphone Les Paul Junior guitar, will land in North America and Europe with a free DLC pack including the following six songs:

· Chicago – 25 Or 6 To 4
· Albert King – The Sky Is Crying
· The Hives – Hate To Say I Told You So
· The Lumineers – Ho Hey
· Them Crooked Vultures – Mind Eraser, No Chaser
· Queens Of The Stone Age – My God Is The Sun

Rocksmith 2014 Edition’s tracklist as of today (newly announced tracks appear in bold):

· Aerosmith – Walk This Way
· Alice Cooper – No More Mr. Nice Guy
· Alice In Chains – Stone
· Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine?
· Avenged Sevenfold – Bat Country
· Bob Dylan – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
· B’z – ultra soul
· Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me
· Deftones – My Own Summer
· EarlyRise – Wasteland
· Gold Motel – Brand New Kind Of Blue
· Green Day – X-Kid
· Iron Maiden – The Trooper
· Jack White – Sixteen Saltines
· Kiss – Rock and Roll All Nite
· La Sera – Love That’s Gone
· Magic Wands – Black Magic
· Mastodon – Blood and Thunder
· Minus The Bear – Cold Company
· Muse – Knights Of Cydonia
· Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box
· Oasis – Don’t Look Back In Anger
· Pantera – Cemetary Gates
· Paramore – Now
· Paws – Sore Tummy
· Queen – We Are The Champions
· R.E.M. – Losing My Religion
· Radiohead – Paranoid Android
· Ratt – Round And Round
· Red Fang – Wires
· Rise Against – Savior
· Rush – The Spirit Of Radio
· Screaming Females – Rotten Apple
· Slayer – War Ensemble
· Splashh – All I Wanna Do
· Tak Matsumoto – GO FURTHER
· The Dear Hunter – Stuck On A Wire Out On A Fence – Orange
· The Kinks – You Really Got Me
· The Rolling Stones – Paint It, Black
· The Shins – For A Fool
· The Smashing Pumpkins – The Chimera
· The Who – My Generation
· Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Mary Jane’s Last Dance
· Weezer – Say It Ain’t So
· White Zombie – Thunder Kiss ’65

Rocksmith 2014 Edition will hit shelves on October 18 in in North America and October 25 in the UK on Mac, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.



  1. fuchikoma

    When I bought the RS1 bundle, the Epi LP Jr they included was falling apart – as soon as the strings were tuned, the neck started pulling away from the body.

    …though I did stick with Epiphone and grabbed an Epi SG at a local music shop for around $200. It’s a bit beyond the RS bundle budget, but 100% worth it. Unlike the cheapie, I can tune intonation in each string for instance, which is very important to RS’ note judgments.

    Like I said in an earlier comment, the software itself was also hit and miss. Crashier than you can imagine on PS3. Playing large venues is impossible due to framerate hitting what must be 5-10fps (and changing throughout the song!) …but the design is really good. If the game worked as intended, it’d be brilliant, and I still can’t help but use it because it’s so effective.

    The defining term for Rocksmith is “so close, and yet so far” …so if they can iron out the wrinkles in the new version, it will really be an amazing package. However, given my experiences so far, I’m going to wait a while and read some forums for a while before I touch it.

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