Lego Rock Band Tracks Revealed

on October 12, 2009 12:23 PM

There is just about Rock Band everything coming. We were blessed with the traditional Rock Band and a sequel, and with the newer iteration of the series which took rock legends The Beatles and made an awe-inspiring heartfelt game that exposed today’s generation to the perfervid music of one of the most influential bands ever. Nowadays, we’re being exposed to the adorable Lego Rock Band which takes your favorite rockers and transforms them into fingerless, crotchless Lego people, and lets you rock out in a totally different kind of way using plastic instruments in a band full of plastic people – oh, the irony here.

For those of you interested in this upcoming game, Warner Bros. has confirmed upcoming DLC and a song exporting feature. Both Xbox 360 and PS3 owners will have the option to download “all of the songs in the Rock Band Music Store that have been identified to be suitable for all ages.”

The Lego Rock Band disc export will cost you a measly $9.99 (or 800 Microsoft Points) which will transfer all tracks from the Lego Rock Band disc for use on the regular Rock Band platform, giving you even more songs for you to rock out to. In the list below, we have included all the songs that will be made available for both consoles and the Nintendo DS. Most of you will also notice that there are a shit load of good songs including “Dig” by Incubus, and songs from rock vets like Queen and Mr. Jimi Hendrix.

Consoles:

All American Rejects — “Swing, Swing”
The Automatic — “Monster”
Blink-182 — “Aliens Exist”
Blur — “Song 2”
Bon Jovi — “You Give Love a Bad Name”
Boys like Girls — “Thunder”
Bryan Adams — “Summer of 69”
Carl Douglas — “Kung Fu Fighting”
The Coral — “Dreaming of You”
Counting Crows — “Accidentally in Love”
David Bowie — “Let’s Dance”
Elton John — “Crocodile Rock”
Europe — “The Final Countdown”
Everlife — “Real Wild Child”
Foo Fighters — “Breakout”
Good Charlotte — “Girls & Boys”
The Hives — “Tick Tick Boom!”
Iggy Pop — “The Passenger”
Incubus — “Dig”
Jackson 5 — “I Want You Back”
Jimi Hendrix — “Fire”
Kaiser Chiefs — “Ruby”
Katrina & The Waves — “Walking on Sunshine”
The Kooks — “Naïve”
KoRn — “Word Up!”
KT Tunstall — “Suddenly I See”
Lostprophets — “Rooftops”
P!NK — “So What”
The Police — “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”
The Primitives — “Crash”
Queen — “We Are The Champions”
Queen — “We Will Rock You”
Rascal Flatts — “Life is a Highway”
Ray Parker Jr. — “Ghostbusters”
Razorlight — “Stumble and Fall”
Spin Doctors — “Two Princes”
Spinal Tap — “Short & Sweet”
Steve Harly — “Make Me Smile”
Sum 41 — “In Too Deep”
Supergrass — “Grace”
Tom Petty — “Free Fallin”
T-Rex — “Ride a White Swan”
Vampire Weekend — “A-Punk”
We the Kings — “Check Yes Juliet”
The Zutons — “Valerie”

DS:

All American Rejects — “Swing, Swing”
The Automatic — “Monster”
Blur — “Song 2”
Carl Douglas — “Kung Fu Fighting”
Counting Crows — “Accidentally in Love”
David Bowie — “Let’s Dance”
Europe — “The Final Countdown”
Good Charlotte — “Girls & Boys”
Iggy Pop — “The Passenger”
Jackson 5 — “I Want You Back”
Kaiser Chiefs — “Ruby”
Katrina & the Waves — “Walking on Sunshine”
KT Tunstall — “Suddenly I See”
P!NK — “So What”
The Primitives — “Crash”
Queen — “We Are The Champions”
Queen — “We Will Rock You”
Rascal Flatts — “Life is a Highway”
Ray Parker Jr. — “Ghostbusters”
Spin Doctors — “Two Princes”
Sum 41 — “In Too Deep”
Supergrass — “Grace”
Tom Petty — “Free Fallin'”
Vampire Weekend — “A-Punk”
We the Kings — “Check Yes Juliet”

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Born and raised in New York City, Yaris is one of three co-founders at DualShockers. Gaming since the inception of Nintendo in the 80's, he has grown to avidly appreciate games of every genre, maturing his preference specifically now to third-person action games, first-person shooters and JRPGs. He's a software engineer, father and husband during the day, and mildly attempts to hold onto his "hardcore gamer" title during the evenings. An attempt that he tends to fail miserably at.