Here is Rock Band Blitz’s Full Track List


The Xbox Live Arcade release of Rock Band Blitz is just around the corner, and Harmonix’s latest attempt to invigorate the flatlining music genre is looking to be an interesting, bite-sized experience that will satisfy your quick cravings for plastic instrument musical fun. Harmonix just released the full track list, which is an intriguing mix of classic songs and recent pop favorites. Hardcore fans of the Rock Band franchise will probably scoff at some of the recycled songs and simplistic pop featured on Blitz’s track list, but those looking to expand their already enormous song list with a few new sets will probably be interested. Have a look for yourself after the jump!

  • The All-American Rejects – “Kids in the Street”
  • Avenged Sevenfold – “So Far Away”
  • Barenaked Ladies – “One Week”
  • Blink-182 – “Always”
  • Collective Soul – “Shine”
  • Elton John – “I’m Still Standing”
  • Fall Out Boy – “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More ‘Touch Me’”
  • Foo Fighters – “These Days”
  • Foster the People – “Pumped Up Kicks”
  • Fun. featuring Janelle Monáe – “We Are Young”
  • Great White – “Once Bitten Twice Shy”
  • Kelly Clarkson – “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”
  • Kool & The Gang – “Jungle Boogie”
  • Iron Maiden – “The Wicker Man”
  • Living Colour – “The Cult of Personality”
  • Maroon 5 – “Moves Like Jagger”
  • My Chemical Romance – “Sing”
  • Pink – “Raise Your Glass”
  • Queen – “Death on Two Legs”
  • Quiet Riot – “Metal Health (Bang Your Head)”
  • Shinedown – “Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom)”
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Give It Away”
  • Rick Springfield – “Jessie’s Girl”
  • Soundgarden – “Spoonman”
  • Tears for Fears – “Shout”

At 1200 Microsoft Points, or $14.99, the song list is a little small, and considering the aforementioned recycled songs, this seems to be a bit valueless for those who have already exhausted their Rock Band interests. While the attempt to try to get the band together for one last encore is admirable, it’s probably quite likely that Rock Band Blitz won’t perform as admirably as Harmonix and Activision are hoping. Still, here’s hoping that the music genre has a little something left in it.

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