No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom Headed to Rock Band

By Joel Taveras

April 30, 2010

Another week and guess what, another update to the already deep abyss of Rock Band DLC. This coming Tuesday, all you wanna be rockstars out there will have the chance to jam out to No Doubt’s 2nd studio album, Tragic Kingdom. The biggest track from that album is without a doubt the billboard chart topping “Don’t Speak” which has been in the Rock Band Store for some time now. However, this will be the first time that the rest of the songs from that album make their way to a game with plastic instruments. There’s also one track from Orianthi as well as Picture Me Broken. Check out all the details, track lists, and pricing below.

California rockers No Doubt return to Rock Band next week, rounding out their Tragic Kingdom offering in the Rock Band Music Store. Next week, the remainder of the ska-pop revivalists’ seminal, diamond-certified 1995 album will be available for download, joining “Don’t Speak,” “Spiderwebs,” “Excuse Me Mr.,” “Sunday Morning” and “Just a Girl,” which are already available in Rock Band. For Rock Band fans who already own these tracks in their Rock Band Music Library, the tracks next week will be offered as “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Deep Cuts.” And for Rock Band fans who have yet to add the pop pleasures of Tragic Kingdom to their Library, the full album will be available as “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Complete Album.”

Australian singer-songwriter and guitar protégé, 24-year-old Orianthi, makes her Rock Band debut next week, after reaching worldwide fame as the guitarist for Michael Jackson’s This Is It tour and performing with Carrie Underwood on the 2009 Grammy® Awards. The first single from her 2009 debut album, Believe – “According to You,” which reached No. 6 in Australia and No. 17 in the United States – will be available for download in the Rock Band Music Store. The female-fronted melodic metal band, Picture Me Broken, which features the daughter of Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman, will also make their Rock Band debut next week with “Dearest (I’m So Sorry).” This band, made up of 16- and 17-year-olds, has played more than 100 shows, including at SXSW and The Warped Tour.

Available on Xbox 360, Wii and PlayStation 3 system (May 4):

· No Doubt – “Different People” +

· No Doubt – “End It on This” +

· No Doubt – “Happy Now?” +

· No Doubt – “Hey You” +

· No Doubt – “Sixteen” +

· No Doubt – “The Climb” +

· No Doubt – “Tragic Kingdom” +

· No Doubt – “World Go ‘Round” +

· No Doubt – “You Can Do It”

· Orianthi – “According to You” +

· Picture Me Broken – “Dearest (I’m So Sorry)” *

(All tracks are original master recordings)

(These tracks will be available in Europe on PlayStation 3 May 5)

These tracks will be available for purchase as “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Deep Cuts” and “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Complete Album,”as well as individual tracks on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 system, and as individual tracks only on Wii. Tracks marked with “+” are also available for download in the family-friendly LEGO® Rock Band Music Store.

Price: $1.99 USD, £.99 UK, €1.49 EU (160 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) per track
*Denotes $0.99 USD, £0.59 UK, €0.79 EU (80 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360)
$14.99, £6.16 UK, €9.25 EU (1200 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) for “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Deep Cuts”
$19.99, £9.99 UK, €14.99 EU (1600 Microsoft Points for Xbox 360) for “No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Complete Album”
$2.00 USD (200 Wii Points™) per track

** Dates for Rock Band game tracks are tentative and subject to change. **

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Joel Taveras is one of the founding members of DualShockers. He hails from New York City where he lives with his wife and two sons. During his tenure with the site, he's held every position from news writer to community manager to editor in chief. Currently he manages the behind the scenes and day-to-day operations at the publication.

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