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'Rock Band' DLC Gets Political With The Presidents of the United States
Posted By: Brian Leahy - Friday, October 31, 2008 12:58 PM

Everyone is jumping on the political bandwagon these days and Rock Band has some special election-themed DLC for you to enjoy next week with a few extras thrown in for good measure.

As rumored, starting on Tuesday, November 4th (November 6th for the PS3) you'll be able to download the following three tracks from The Presidents of the United States as a bundle for $5.49 (440 Microsoft Points) or $1.99 (160 Microsoft Points) for each track.

  • "Dune Buggy"
  • "Feather Pluckn"
  • "Ladybug"

Harmonix will also release a track from Fall Out Boy's upcoming album Folie a Deux, which is set to release on December 16, 2008. The track, titled "I Don't Care" will be available for $.99 (80 MS Points) for just one month as a special deal.

Additionally, a track from Hinder, titled "Use Me", will also be available for the $.99 (80 MS Points) discounted price for a month.

Finally, the 20 free tracks will be made available next week, which feature up-and-coming bands from across all genres. You can find the list here.




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Posted by koolaider - Saturday, November 01, 2008 11:00 AM
Hah, I'm with jargy1. Peaches and Lump seem to be the only songs I like/would be fun to play from TPotUSoA. That's a long Acronym.

Posted by hybrid_theory - Friday, October 31, 2008 2:14 PM
I was just thinking this morning that Use Me would be an alright song for Rock Band or World Tour. Looks like I'm not the only one.

Posted by bleahy - Friday, October 31, 2008 1:34 PM
Remember that time that you didn't have to buy every song that was released as DLC...

Each week isn't going to be for everyone.

Posted by jargy1 - Friday, October 31, 2008 1:28 PM
Oh awesome now I can play Lump and Peaches and...oh wait, no nevermind. None of the songs I like are on this. Thanks again Rock Band. Another failed attempt to make me like music I don't.

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