MTV Games, today announced the full track list for the upcoming LEGO Rock Band

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October 12, 2009

 


WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT AND MTV
GAMES ANNOUNCE LEGO ROCK BAND
FULL TRACK LIST
EXPORT AND DLC
FUNCTIONALITY FOR XBOX 360 AND PLAYSTATION 3 CONFIRMED

 


Upcoming Game
Allows Songs to be Played In
Rock Band
Music Platform

 

Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment and MTV Games, a part of Viacom’s MTV Networks,
today announced the full track list for the upcoming
LEGO® Rock Band™

game, including songs from Queen, Bon Jovi, P!NK,
Jimi Hendrix and Blur. In addition, the game
will support downloadable content from the massive
Rock Band™
Music Store to be
played within LEGO
Rock Band
, while enabling songs from
LEGO Rock Band

to be exported on Xbox® 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft
or PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and available to play across
all game modes in the Rock Band
Music Platform.

 

Filled with
chart-topping songs and classic favorites suitable for family members of all
ages, the full track list for
LEGO Rock Band

console versions includes:

 

All American Rejects, “Swing, Swing”

The Kooks, “Naïve”

The Automatic, “Monster”

KoRn,
“Word Up!”

Blink-182, “Aliens Exist”

KT Tunstall,
“Suddenly I See”

Blur, “Song 2”

Lostprophets,
“Rooftops”

Bon Jovi, “You
Give Love a Bad Name”

P!NK, “So What”

Boys like Girls, “Thunder”

The Police,
“Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”

Bryan Adams, “Summer of 69”

The Primitives, “Crash”

Carl Douglas, “Kung Fu Fighting”

Queen, “We Are The Champions”

The Coral, “Dreaming of You”

Queen, “We Will Rock You”

Counting Crows, “Accidentally in Love”

Rascal Flatts,
“Life is a Highway”

David Bowie, “Let’s Dance”

Ray Parker Jr., “Ghostbusters”

Elton John, “Crocodile Rock”

Razorlight,
“Stumble and Fall”

Europe, “The Final Countdown”

Spin Doctors, “Two Princes”

Everlife,
“Real Wild Child”

Spinal Tap, “Short & Sweet”

Foo
Fighters, “Breakout”

Steve Harly, “Make
Me Smile”

Good Charlotte, “Girls & Boys”

Sum 41, “In Too Deep”

The Hives, “Tick Tick
Boom!”

Supergrass,
“Grace”

Iggy
Pop, “The Passenger”

Tom Petty, “Free Fallin

Incubus, “Dig”

T-Rex, “Ride a White Swan”

Jackson 5, “I Want You Back”

Vampire Weekend, “A-Punk”

Jimi
Hendrix, “Fire”

We the Kings, “Check Yes Juliet”

Kaiser Chiefs, “Ruby”

The Zutons,
“Valerie”

Katrina & The Waves, “Walking on Sunshine”

 

 

The full song
list for LEGO Rock
Band
for Nintendo DS™ includes:

 

All American
Rejects, “Swing, Swing”

P!NK, “So
What”

The
Automatic, “Monster”

The
Primitives, “Crash”

Blur, “Song
2”

Queen, “We
Are The Champions”

Carl
Douglas, “Kung Fu Fighting”

Queen, “We
Will Rock You”

Counting
Crows, “Accidentally in Love”

Rascal
Flatts, “Life is a Highway”

David Bowie,
“Let’s Dance”

Ray Parker
Jr., “Ghostbusters”

Europe, “The
Final Countdown”

Spin
Doctors, “Two Princes”

Good
Charlotte, “Girls & Boys”

Sum 41, “In
Too Deep”


Iggy

Pop, “The Passenger”


Supergrass
,
“Grace”

Jackson 5,
“I Want You Back”

Tom Petty,
“Free Fallin’”

Kaiser
Chiefs, “Ruby”

Vampire
Weekend, “A-Punk”

Katrina &
the Waves, “Walking on Sunshine”

We the
Kings, “Check Yes Juliet”

KT
Tunstall, “Suddenly I See”

 

 

 

Fans can extend
their LEGO Rock Band
experience on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 with downloadable content that can be
purchased through the LEGO Rock Band
store.  Players will have access to all of the songs in the
Rock Band
Music Store that have
been identified to be suitable for all ages. Those cleared songs are the only
tracks that will appear within the LEGO
Rock Band
store for purchase.  The
LEGO Rock Band
store will
continually highlight any new family-friendly tunes that can be played across
the Rock Band platform as they
are released for Rock Band

 

Disc export will
rely on the technology pioneered by Harmonix to
export tracks from the original Rock Band
disc to the music library of Rock Band 2.
Owners of LEGO Rock
Band
on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 will be able to enter a
unique code from an insert in their game manual into a dedicated website. The
website will provide instructions allowing owners to unlock the export
functionality of
LEGO Rock Band
.
At that point,
players will be able to export tracks from
LEGO

Rock Band
to their hard drives
for play in all game modes of the Rock
Band
Music Platform
for a nominal export fee of $9.99 (800 Microsoft Points).  An internet
connection is required to perform this disc export.

 


LEGO Rock Band

combines the multiplayer music experience of
Rock Band
with the fun,
customization and humor of the LEGO videogame franchise to create a unique
family-friendly music experience that allows tweens,
teens and parents to experience a wild journey to rock stardom where they can
“Build a Band and Rock the Universe.”  Players will become rockers as they
work their way through local venues, stadiums and fantasy locations on Earth
and beyond that mimic the imaginative settings that the LEGO world offers.
 Also continuing the LEGO “build-and-play” gaming experience, gamers can
create their own
LEGO Rock Band
style as they customize their
minifigure avatars, band and entourage, including
roadies, managers and crew. LEGO Rock Band
is compatible with all Rock
Band
and The Beatles™: Rock
Band™
instrument controllers, as well as most
Guitar Hero®
and other authorized
third-party music video game peripherals and microphones. 

 


LEGO Rock Band

for Xbox 360®, PlayStation 3 and Wii™ system is
rated “E 10+” by the ESRB and is developed by TT Games in
partnership
with Harmonix.  The
Nintendo DS version is rated “E” by the ESRB and is developed by Backbone
Entertainment, a Foundation 9 Entertainment studio, and will be compatible
with Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS™ Lite and Nintendo
DSi™.  All versions are scheduled for release
holiday 2009.