Rock Band: Def Leppard 6-pack featuring Pro Guitar upgrades for every track! [HQ] (1)

Def Leppard 6-pack featuring Pro Guitar upgrades for every track!

Def Leppard has a new album and is touring now! To celebrate we present 5 classic Def Leppard scorchers and 1 brand new song from the party metal legends! Download

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for the 5 people that are still playing. 🙂   Also.. shouldn’t the drummer model for these tracks only have one arm?


Pac-Man Fever FINALLY on Rockband

and a few other Buckner & Garcia video game…  hits.

  • Buckner & Garcia’s "Froggy’s Lament" – 160 MSP ($2)
  • Buckner & Garcia’s "Hyperspace" – 160 MSP ($2)
  • Buckner & Garcia’s "Mousetrap" – 160 MSP ($2)
  • Buckner & Garcia’s "Pac-Man Fever" – 160 MSP ($2)
  • Rock Band Unlock Cheat

    Know the cheat to unlock all the songs in Rock band?  Well it’s the same code to unlock all the songs in Rock Band 2!!

    Just input the following in the game modifier menu:  Red, Yellow, Blue, Red, Red, Blue, Blue, Red, Yellow, Blue

    Remember activating the cheat will not allow you to save your game or access to achievements

    But hey, it’s a great way to unlock all the songs for party!!

    Rock Band 2 Track list.

    The full track list for Rock Band 2 was released today at E3.
    Over 85 songs, all master tracks.

    1. AC/DC “Let There Be Rock” 1970s
    2. AFI “Girl’s Gone Grey” 2000’s
    3. Alanis Morissette “You Oughta Know” 1990’s
    4. Alice in Chains “Man in the Box” 1990’s
    5. Allman Brothers “Ramblin’ Man” 1970’s
    6. Avenged Sevenfold “Almost Easy” 2000’s
    7. Bad Company “Shooting Star” 1970’s
    8. Beastie Boys “So Whatcha Want” 1990’s
    9. Beck “E-Pro” 2000’s
    10. Bikini Kill “Rebel Girl” 1990’s
    11. Billy Idol “White Wedding Pt. I” 1980’s
    12. Blondie “One Way or Another” 1970’s
    13. Bob Dylan “Tangled Up in Blue” 1970’s
    14. Bon Jovi “Livin’ on a Prayer” 1980’s
    15. Cheap Trick “Hello There” 1970’s
    16. Devo “Uncontrollable Urge” 1980’s
    17. Dinosaur Jr. “Feel the Pain” 1990’s
    18. Disturbed “Down with the Sickness” 2000’s
    19. Dream Theater “Panic Attack” 2000’s
    20. Duran Duran “Hungry Like the Wolf” 1980’s
    21. Elvis Costello “Pump It Up” 1970’s
    22. Fleetwood Mac “Go Your Own Way” 1970’s
    23. Foo Fighters “Everlong” 1990’s
    24. Guns N’ Roses “Shackler’s Revenge” 2000’s
    25. Interpol “PDA” 2000’s
    26. Jane’s Addiction “Mountain Song” 1980’s
    27. Jethro Tull “Aqualung” 1970’s
    28. Jimmy Eat World “The Middle” 2000’s
    29. Joan Jett “Bad Reputation” 1980’s
    30. Journey “Anyway You Want It” 1970’s
    31. Judas Priest “Painkiller” 1990’s
    32. Kansas “Carry On Wayward Son” 1970’s
    33. L7 “Pretend We’re Dead” 1990’s
    34. Lacuna Coil “Our Truth” 2000’s
    35. Linkin Park “One Step Closer” 2000’s
    36. Lit “My Own Worst Enemy” 1990’s
    37. Lush “De-Luxe” 1990’s
    38. Mastodon “Colony of Birchmen” 2000’s
    39. Megadeth “Peace Sells” 1980’s
    40. Metallica “Battery” 1980’s
    41. Mighty Mighty Bosstones “Where’d You Go” 1990’s
    42. Modest Mouse “Float On” 2000’s
    43. Motorhead “Ace of Spades” 1980’s
    44. Nirvana “Drain You” 1990’s
    45. Norman Greenbaum “Spirit in the Sky” 1960’s
    46. Panic at the Disco “Nine in the Afternoon” 2000’s
    47. Paramore “That’s What You Get” 2000’s
    48. Pearl Jam “Alive” 1990’s
    49. Presidents of the USA “Lump” 1990’s
    50. Rage Against the Machine “Testify” 1990’s
    51. Ratt “Round & Round” 1980’s
    52. Red Hot Chili Peppers “Give it Away” 1990’s
    53. Rise Against “Give it All” 2000’s
    54. Rush “The Trees” 1970’s
    55. Silversun Pickups “Lazy Eye” 2000’s
    56. Smashing Pumpkins “Today” 1990’s
    57. Social Distortion “I Was Wrong” 1990’s
    58. Sonic Youth “Teenage Riot” 1980’s
    59. Soundgarden “Spoonman” 1990’s
    60. Squeeze “Cool for Cats” 1970’s
    61. Steely Dan “Bodhitsattva” 1970’s
    62. Steve Miller Band “Rock’n Me” 1970’s
    63. Survivor “Eye of the Tiger” 1980’s
    64. System of a Down “Chop Suey” 2000’s
    65. Talking Heads “Psycho Killer” 1970’s
    66. Tenacious D “Master Exploder” 2000’s
    67. Testament “Souls of Black” 1990’s
    68. The Donnas “New Kid in School” 2000’s
    69. The Go-Go’s “We Got the Beat” 1980’s
    70. The Grateful Dead “Alabama Getaway” 1980’s
    71. The Guess Who “American Woman” 1970’s
    72. The Muffs “Kids in America” 1990’s
    73. The Offspring “Come Out & Play (Keep ‘em Separated)” 1990’s
    74. The Replacements “Alex Chilton” 1980’s
    75. The Who “Pinball Wizard” 1960’s
    Bonus Artist Bonus Song Title Decade
    76. Abnormality “Visions” 2000’s
    77. Anarchy Club “Get Clean” 2000’s
    78. Bang Camaro “Night Lies” 2000’s
    79. Breaking Wheel “Shoulder to the Plow” 2000’s
    80. The Libyans “Neighborhood” 2000’s
    81. The Main Drag “A Jagged Gorgeous Winter” 2000’s
    82. Speck “Conventional Lover” 2000’s
    83. The Sterns “Supreme Girl” 2000’s
    84. That Handsome Devil “Rob the Prez-O-Dent” 2000’s

    MTV Surprised at Konami’s Law Suite…

    [] has a number of articles dealing with this law suit, and had this to say:


    Here at Joystiq, we weren’t too surprised when Konami decided to jump on the legal bandwagon by bringing a lawsuit against the makers of Rock Band for patent infringement. After all, the rhythm game has made roughly a gazillion dollars and has component parts that bear at least a passing resemblance to Konami games like Guitar Freaks and DrumMania (not to mention Karaoke Revolution, which Harmonix helped develop, and the upcoming Rock Revolution). That said, we’re not the ones being sued, so our relative shock at the suit doesn’t really matter. That said …
    “Konami’s actions are extremely surprising,” an MTV Games spokesperson told MTV News regarding the suit. “Unfortunately, successful products such as Rock Band can often become targets for baseless litigation. We have substantial defenses to this claim and intend to vigorously defend it.”
    The full interview includes more details about the lawsuit and information on the actual patents that Konami claims are being violated. Any budding legal eagles out there want to check them out and give an informed opinion on the merits of the suit?



    Makes me wonder why they are doing this now?  I mean really, the GH series has been round for a while.. why bring this suit now?

    Aerosmith sells out…

    Now if you’ve been reading this blog you’d know that I reported a little while ago about the Guitar Hero: Aerosmith edition for all the major consoles. 

    According to multiple sources on the net, In a stoke of GENUIS from the execs at Activision the company has bought out the Aerosmith song collection!!

    According to an Activision representative:

    I can say that we do have the band exclusively, and their catalogue should be exclusive to us beyond the one or two tracks they had licensed out to Rock Band before we made our deal.

    So what this means is besides the couple of tracks already on Rock band, There won’t be anymore Aerosmith on any game unless it’s licensed though Activision.

    Now what this REALLY Means…

    1) Aerosmith is now Activision bitch and we won’t see any more Aerosmith in Rock band.  Point is.. do we care?  Come on.. it’s Aerosmith!  there’s a few good tracks, but come on!!  it’s Aerosmith!

    2) This would give the developers of the Guitar Hero series insider information about concerts and the ‘live style’ of a band that’s been together for a number of centauries.   Elements that could play into the next version of Guitar hero.

    3) Now the sad news, here comes the music battle royal.  You thought the RIAA was a bitch, just wait until you see EA starting to gobble up new bands and tracks just to make sure they don’t get into the Guitar Hero series.  Great news for bands, horrible news for gamers.

    Corporate America has just ghostbusted the spirit of the Guitar Hero series
       RIP Guitar Hero, it was fun while it lasted.