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LEGO Rock Band gets Bon Jovi, Counting Crows, more

9:00 AM on 07.24.2009

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Warner Bros. and MTV Games have announced five more tracks for the upcoming LEGO Rock Band, and disappointingly, not a single one of them is The Commodore's "Brick House." What the hell? 

  • "You Give Love a Bad Name" - Bon Jovi
  • "In Too Deep" - Sum 41
  • "Accidentally in Love" - The Counting Crows
  • "Aliens Exist" - Blink 182
  • "Tick Tick Boom!" - The Hives

That brings the total revealed track list to an unlucky 13, the rest of which can be found after the jump. 

Personally, the idea of a "family friendly" Rock Band that allows you to battle LEGO monsters while rocking out doesn't sound that bad to me. I have to admit that I'm not completely sold on the game's track list yet; maybe I was hoping for more relatively-current top 40 hits. Because that's how I roll. 

Still, given the totally-unannounced and totally-unconfirmed possibility than you may be able to import the tracks onto your hard drive for play in Rock Band 2, this may be the neatest track pack ever. When asked about the possibility, a Warner Bros. rep told us "We haven’t made any announcements regarding LEGO Rock Band and downloadable content."

Rock out or brick out or whatever the hell you do with LEGO Rock Band's so-far-revealed track list after the jump.

 

  • “Song 2” - Blur
  • “Kung Fu Fighting” - Carl Douglas
  • “The Final Countdown” - Europe
  • “I Want You Back” - Jackson 5
  • “Boys and Girls” - Good Charlotte
  • “So What” - Pink
  • "Breakout" - Foo Fighters
  • "A-Punk" - Vampire Weekend
  • "You Give Love a Bad Name" - Bon Jovi
  • "In Too Deep" - Sum 41
  • "Accidentally in Love" - The Counting Crows
  • "Aliens Exist" - Blink 182
  • "Tick Tick Boom!" - The Hives
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Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)
 
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