One Rush track joining The Doors in Rock Band next week

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[Update: As has been pointed out a number of times, The Doors stuff is already available for download. So you know, go download it now.]

As already reported, The Doors will be hitting the Rock Band Music Store as downloadable content next week. It’s the first bit of content released after Rock Band 3’s release, with all of the tracks featuring keyboard support and two tracks supporting Pro Guitar and Bass (for an additional 99 cents) — “Riders on the Storm” and “Touch Me.”   

The whole pack, The Doors Greatest Hits Special Edition, will run you $19.99/1600 MS Points/2000 Wii Points; tracks can be purchased for $1.99/160 MS Points/200 Wii Points a piece.   

Also revealed for download next week is Rush’s “Subdivisions,” off of its 1982 album, Signals; it’ll cost you 160 MS Points/$1.99/200 Wii Points. The track can also be expanded for Pro Guitar and Pro Bass for 99 cents (80 MS Points/100 Wii Points).   

Speaking of which, I’ve got one for a feature I’m working, but has anyone had any luck finding a Pro Guitar out in the wild for purchase? Last I checked, retailers weren’t getting them until mid-November. I kind of need to know how long my top scores are gonna last on these barren Pro Guitar leaderboards. 

[Update: As has been pointed out a number of times, The Doors stuff is already available for download. So you know, go download it now.]

As already reported, The Doors will be hitting the Rock Band Music Store as downloadable content next week. It’s the first bit of content released after Rock Band 3’s release, with all of the tracks featuring keyboard support and two tracks supporting Pro Guitar and Bass (for an additional 99 cents) — “Riders on the Storm” and “Touch Me.”   

The whole pack, The Doors Greatest Hits Special Edition, will run you $19.99/1600 MS Points/2000 Wii Points; tracks can be purchased for $1.99/160 MS Points/200 Wii Points a piece.   

Also revealed for download next week is Rush’s “Subdivisions,” off of its 1982 album, Signals; it’ll cost you 160 MS Points/$1.99/200 Wii Points. The track can also be expanded for Pro Guitar and Pro Bass for 99 cents (80 MS Points/100 Wii Points).   

Speaking of which, I’ve got one for a feature I’m working, but has anyone had any luck finding a Pro Guitar out in the wild for purchase? Last I checked, retailers weren’t getting them until mid-November. I kind of need to know how long my top scores are gonna last on these barren Pro Guitar leaderboards. 

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