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Guitar Hero: Van Halen Latest News - Wii

Game Description: Van Halen is the next mega-band up for the Guitar Hero treatment, following Aerosmith and Metallica in releasing a full retail release featuring the band's greatest hits and songs picked by members of Van Halen.
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  • Rumor That's Too Fast For Love: 'Guitar Hero: Motley Crue'?

    MTV has reported that Motley Crue might be working on a Crue-branded version of Guitar Hero. I heard some very loose rumors along the same lines last month, but couldn't find anything to back it up. The article noted: "Aside from gearing up for the tour, the band is also working on side projects, a new album and a possible Mötley...

    Posted March 20, 2009| 22 Comments

    Rumor That's Too Fast For Love: 'Guitar Hero: Motley Crue'?

 


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