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\m/ 12 Iron Maiden tracks coming to Rock Band June 9

3:50 PM on 05.28.2009

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

I’ll admit that “Run to the Hills” on Expert drums in the original Rock Band hurt me physically, and ended up in at least one broken drum set. But I’m a glutton for punishment, and a fan of metal so it’s with great pleasure for me to pass along some good news: 12 Iron Maiden tracks will be coming to the Rock Band Music Store on June 9.

The content is a mixture of master tracks, as well as recent live recordings from their tour documentary, the awesomely-named Flight 666. The tracks are as follows:

  • "Aces High (Live)"
  • "2 Minutes to Midnight"
  • "The Trooper"
  • "Wasted Years"
  • "The Number of the Beast"
  • "Run to the Hills"
  • "Can I Play With Madness"
  • "The Clairvoyant"
  • "Powerslave"
  • "Fear of the Dark (Live)"
  • "Hallowed By Thy Name (Live)"
  • "Iron Maiden (Live)"

No word on pricing, but we guess each track will cost the usual $1.99/200 Wii Points/160 MS Points, and there will be a package that will offer a tiny, but totally metal discount.

My take: Do want. Yours?


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