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Rock Band Track Pack: Volume 2 Latest News - PS3

Game Description:NOTE: Gameplay requires a drum, microphone, or guitar controller. Rock Band is compatible with most music game controllers. Game does not include drum, microphone, or guitar controller with rental or purchase.When in doubt, just keep on rockin'! Plug in to the latest stand-alone game, with 20 all-new tracks available for you to jam to on the guitar, bass, drums, and microphone. All of your favorite features of the game are back in the latest version. Some of the best tracks from rock 'n' roll history are here, from bands like Blondie, The Cars, Devo, Disturbed, Duran Duran, Fall Out Boy, Garbage, Judas Priest, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Maximo Park, Motley Crue, Nine Inch Nails, Papa Roach, The Pixies, The Police, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins, and Weezer.
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Rock Band Track Pack: Volume 2 News

Displaying 31–45 of 53 articles

  • 'Rock Band' Won't Boycott Warner Bros.

    In spite of what was written in a recent article in Wired Magazine, MTV, creators of Rock Band, will not boycott bands from Warner Brothers Music. The real situation, according to Billboard, is more of a standoff -- an impasse or a staring contest. MTV requested several new licenses from Warner Bros. over the last few months, under the same...

    Posted March 3, 2009| 10 Comments

    'Rock Band' Won't Boycott Warner Bros.
  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Coming To 'Rock Band'

    A metric crap-ton of tracks from legendary blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble is coming to Rock Band next week so I hope you have been practicing your fake plastic guitar. On tap, the entire Texas Flood album! Oh, sweet! Not only that, alternative queens No Doubt will have a new track dropping, too. Click the cut for the full...

    Posted February 27, 2009| 20 Comments

    Stevie Ray Vaughan Coming To 'Rock Band'
  • More Country Tracks Come To 'Rock Band'

    Hey, y'all. Break open the Skoal Bandits and Coors Light! It's time for some new Rock Band tracks. Yee-haw! Next week, they got both kinds of music coming out: Country and Western! Here's what you can download onto your vidja-game doo-whackey: Neko Case ”People Got A Lotta Nerve” Steve...

    Posted February 20, 2009| 31 Comments

    More Country Tracks Come To 'Rock Band'
  • MTV Losing Money on 'Rock Band' Hardware

    It appears that Viacom, MTV, and Harmonix are losing money on every Rock Band bundle sold based on the cost of the game's peripherals. Ouch. Thankfully, the game itself turns a profit for the company. Remember back before Rock Band launched and Harmonix would continually say that they were selling a platform, not just a game? Turns out they...

    Posted February 13, 2009| 18 Comments

    MTV Losing Money on 'Rock Band' Hardware
  • Viacom Counter-Sues Konami Over 'Rock Revolution'

    Konami pioneered the rhythm genre in Japan with their Bemani series of games including Guitar Freaks, Drum Mania, Beatmania, and Dance Dance Revolution. Last year, Konami filed a lawsuit against the makers of Rock Band and Guitar Hero for allegedly infringing upon Konami's patents dealing with fake plastic instruments. The move was questionably...

    Posted February 13, 2009| 9 Comments

    Viacom Counter-Sues Konami Over 'Rock Revolution'
  • PSN Update: NHL Arcade, Burnout Paradise

    The PSN Store got a big update this week, adding arcade games like 3 on 3 NHL Arcade, the full game of Burnout Paradise along with the Pass the Pad Party Pack, and a long list of downloadable content for LIttleBigPlanet, Rock Band, Guitar Hero, game videos, movie trailers, PS3 themes, PSP content, and more. Check out the full list below. 3 on 3...

    Posted February 6, 2009| 6 Comments

    PSN Update: NHL Arcade, Burnout Paradise
  • Steve Miller, Godsmack Come to 'Rock Band'

    Harmonix and MTV Games announced today the addition of eight new tracks to the Rock Band Music Store, including music from the Steve Miller Band, Godsmack, Belly, Ghost Hounds, Mute Math and Rob Zombie. They are the usual Rock Band price: $1.99 (160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) per track; $5.49 (440 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) for the...

    Posted January 16, 2009| 14 Comments

    Steve Miller, Godsmack Come to 'Rock Band'
  • Ottoman Stores Your 'Rock Band' Instruments

    We all know the downside of having a sweet Rock Band set up is finding an easily-accessable place to store all the instruments. I have a corner in my living room where I keep the drum kit and two guitars, but every time I want to rock out i have to move the coffee table, carry the drums over, and put them together. Well if you've got a spare 200...

    Posted January 12, 2009| 10 Comments

    Ottoman Stores Your 'Rock Band' Instruments
  • No 'Rock Band 3' In 2009

    According to a speech given by Harmonix co-founder and CEO Alex Rigopolous at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, there will be no Rock Band 3 in 2009. “We’ve actually made a choice to break out of the annual release cycle for Rock Band this year,” Rigopolous told CES attendees. “Partly because the annual cycle...

    Posted January 8, 2009| 26 Comments

    No 'Rock Band 3' In 2009
  • Gaming Update 1.7.09

    Watch Larger Version of this Video Check out the gaming news for the first Hump Day of 2009: An end of an era as come to pass as long-running gaming mag EGM closes its doors It took a while but find out how much the Wii Fit has sold! Roy Orbison comes to Rock Band and Arthas reigns supreme as Lich King slaps around the...

    Posted January 7, 2009| 6 Comments

    Gaming Update 1.7.09
  • 'Rock Band' Played on a Theremin!

    We ran across a video on CollegeHumor.com that combines a geeky musical instrument (theremin) with a geeky video game (Rock Band) and adds a geeky song selection ("Still Alive" from Portal) The result is purely awesome. Click it below, at once!

    Posted January 6, 2009| 5 Comments

    'Rock Band' Played on a Theremin!
  • ESRB Leaks 'Guitar Hero: Modern Hits' For DS

    As much as I hate the ESRB for rating and classifying who should be playing what games, I gotta love them for having no concern for sensitive information. Thanks to some Entertainment Software Rating Board documentation, there is now solid information about the next Guitar Hero game for the Nintendo DS. Read More?

    Posted December 29, 2008| 6 Comments

    ESRB Leaks 'Guitar Hero: Modern Hits' For DS
  • Roy Orbison Coming to 'Rock Band' as DLC, Details "Probably Next Week"

    After Country Music Television stated that Roy Orbison's music would be coming to Rock Band as DLC, Harmonix has confirmed the rumor on their official forums. This marks the second time the CMT has leaked DLC info, beginning with the recently released country music tracks. Responding to claims that this was a planted rumor by Harmonix and CMT,...

    Posted December 23, 2008| 12 Comments

    Roy Orbison Coming to 'Rock Band' as DLC, Details "Probably Next Week"
  • 'Rock Band' DLC Brings Classic Rock and Snow Patrol Next Week

    Next week, Rock Band will bring some more classic rock as DLC with tracks from Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, James Gang Rides Again, and a new song from Snow Patrol, which isn't classic rock, but definitely a nice band to have in the game. Here's the list: Deep Purple - Space Truckin' Jehtro Tull - Hymn 43 James Gang Rides Again - Funk...

    Posted December 23, 2008| 12 Comments

    'Rock Band' DLC Brings Classic Rock and Snow Patrol Next Week
  • Aerosmith, Chili Peppers, And Nirvana Get Huge Boost From Music Games

    The Associated Press has posted an interesting article discussing how the boom in music video games is helping the original artists. According to The AP: "Aerosmith made more money off the June release of 'Guitar Hero: Aerosmith' than either of its last two albums, according to RedOctane co-founder and president Kai Huang. Artists from...

    Posted December 22, 2008| 19 Comments

    Aerosmith, Chili Peppers, And Nirvana  Get Huge Boost From Music Games
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