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Guitar Hero DLC: Nada Surf, Pavement, and more


9:40 AM on 11.30.2009
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Activision has revealed the Guitar Hero 5 DLC line-up for December and... wait, hold on. Let me rephrase that: Activision has revealed the Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero DLC line-up for December. Okay, that's better. 

December 3

The Fall of Troy Track Pack
"Panic Attack"
"A Class Case of Transference"
"Single"

December 12

OneRepublic Track Pack
"All The Right Moves"
"Everybody Loves Me"
"Mercy"

December 17

"Indie" Track Pack
Nada Surf - "Hi-Speed Soul"
Pavement - "Cut Your Hair"
Spoon - "Sister Jack"

December 22

Celebrity New Years Rock Track Pack
Taylor Swift - "Our Song"
Maroon 5 - "Harder to Breathe"
No Doubt - "New"

As a bonus, Steven Ouimette's version of "Hark The Herald Angels Sing" will be made available as a free download on December 22. For the holidays, of course. All other songs are $1.99/160 MS Points/200 Wii Points a piece, with the track packs running you $5.49/440 MS Points/550 Wii Points.






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