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The Beatles: Rock Band Full Tracklist Confirmed

by Alice O'Connor, Sep 08, 2009 8:13am PDT

With The Beatles: Rock Band hitting Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii tomorrow, Harmonix has announced the final of its 45 tracks--'The End,' the last song recorded by Fab Four.

Full albums will hit the rhythm game following release, with the first being Abbey Road on October 20 for $16.98 (1360 Microsoft Points). The track 'All You Need Is Love' will be available on Xbox 360 tomorrow for $2 (160 MS Points), arriving on other platforms later.

Click on through to see the full tracklist organised by setting and era.

    Caven Club (1963)

  1. Twist And Shout

  2. Boys

  3. Do You Want To Know A Secret

  4. I Saw Her Standing There

    Ed Sullivan Theater (1964)

  5. I Want To Hold Your Hand

  6. Can't Buy Me Love

  7. A Hard Day's Night

  8. I Wanna Be Your Man

    Shea Stadium (1965)

  9. Ticket to Ride

  10. I'm Looking Through You

  11. Eight Days A Week

  12. If I Needed Someone

  13. I Feel Fine

    Budokan (1966)

  14. Day Tripper

  15. And Your Bird Can Sing

  16. Drive My Car

  17. Taxman

  18. Paperback Writer

    Abbey Road (1966-1967)

  19. Yellow Submarine

  20. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band*

  21. With A Little Help From My Friends*

    *Played as a single track.

  22. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds

  23. Getting Better

  24. Within You Without You / Tomorrow Never Knows

  25. Good Morning Good Morning

    Abbey Road (1967-1968)

  26. I Am The Walrus

  27. Hello Goodbye

  28. Hey Bulldog

  29. Back In The U.S.S.R.

  30. Dear Prudence

  31. While My Guitar Gently Weeps

    Abbey Road (1968-1969)

  32. Helter Skelter

  33. Revolution

  34. Birthday

  35. Octopus's Garden

  36. Something

  37. Come Together

  38. Here Comes The Sun

    Rooftop Concert (1969)

  39. Dig a Pony

  40. I've Got A Feeling

  41. Don't Let Me Down

  42. I Me Mine

  43. I Want You (She's So Heavy)

  44. Get Back

    Encore

  45. The End

And as a bonus, enjoy watching the gorgeous opening cinematic for the umpteenth time.





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