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Rock Band DLC: The Doobie Brothers make Rock Band debut

11:00 AM on 09.24.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Like it does every week, a bunch of music is coming to the Rock Band store next week. Spot the tracks that don't quite fit in. (Hint: They're performed by a group that rhymes with The Boobie Mothers.)

  • Anthrax – “Among the Living”
  • Anthrax – “I’m the Man”
  • Anthrax – “Indians” +
  • Anthrax – “Madhouse (Live)” +
  • Anthrax – “Metal Thrashing Mad (Live)” +
  • My Chemical Romance – “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)”
  • My Chemical Romance – “Welcome to the Black Parade”
  • 30 Seconds to Mars – “Closer to the Edge” +
  • Atreyu – “Coffin Nails”
  • Buckcherry – “Out of Line”
  • The Doobie Brothers – “Listen to the Music” +
  • The Doobie Brothers – “Long Train Runnin’” +

Get all of the Anthrax songs in a pack for $8.49/680 MS Points, or don't, and get every song as a single track for $1.99/160 MS Points/200 Wii Points a piece. Or save your money and buy Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock which is out next week and lets you turn the characters into monsters or something.


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