Full LEGO Rock Band Track List Revealed, Song Exports and DLC Support Confirmed

By Chris Faylor, Oct 12, 2009 8:10am PDT

While we still don't have a date for LEGO Rock Band beyond the "holiday" window, co-publisher Warner Bros. has pulled the curtain back on all of its included songs.

Along with word that busting will make players feel good on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii and Nintendo DS, the company confirmed that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions will let owners download the included songs for use in Rock Band 1 and 2. The process involves entering a "unique code" from the manual and paying a "nominal export fee."

That one-time fee was put at $10 (800 MS Points) by Harmonix's John Drake.

And speaking of downloads, the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions of LEGO Rock Band will allow users to buy and download new songs through a special version of the Rock Band Music Store that only lists the Rock Band DLC "suitable for all ages."

    PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii Tracks

    1. All American Rejects - "Swing, Swing"

    2. The Automatic - "Monster"

    3. Blink-182 - "Aliens Exist"

    4. Blur - "Song 2"

    5. Bon Jovi - "You Give Love a Bad Name"

    6. Boys like Girls - "Thunder"

    7. Bryan Adams - "Summer of 69"

    8. Carl Douglas - "Kung Fu Fighting"

    9. The Coral - "Dreaming of You"

    10. Counting Crows - "Accidentally in Love"

    11. David Bowie - "Let' Dance"

    12. Elton John - "Crocodile Rock"

    13. Europe - "The Final Countdown"

    14. Everlife - "Real Wild Child"

    15. Foo Fighters - "Breakout"

    16. Good Charlotte - "Girls & Boys"

    17. The Hives - "Tick Tick Boom!"

    18. Iggy Pop - "The Passenger"

    19. Incubus - "Dig"

    20. Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back"

    21. Jimi Hendrix - "Fire"

    22. Kaiser Chiefs - "Ruby"

    23. Katrina & The Waves - "Walking on Sunshine"

    24. The Kooks - "Naive"

    25. KoRn - "Word Up!"

    26. KT Tunstall - "Suddenly I See"

    27. Lostprophets - "Rooftops"

    28. P!NK - "So What"

    29. The Police - "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"

    30. The Primitives - "Crash"

    31. Queen - "We Are The Champions"

    32. Queen - "We Will Rock You"

    33. Rascal Flatts - "Life is a Highway"

    34. Ray Parker Jr. - "Ghostbusters"

    35. Razorlight - "Stumble and Fall"

    36. Spin Doctors - "Two Princes"

    37. Spinal Tap - "Short & Sweet"

    38. Steve Harly - "Make Me Smile"

    39. Sum 41 - "In Too Deep"

    40. Supergrass - "Grace"

    41. Tom Petty - "Free Fallin"

    42. T-Rex - "Ride a White Swan"

    43. Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk"

    44. We the Kings - "Check Yes Juliet"

    45. The Zutons - "Valerie"

    Nintendo DS Tracks

    1. All American Rejects - "Swing, Swing"

    2. The Automatic - "Monster"

    3. Blur - "Song 2"

    4. Carl Douglas - "Kung Fu Fighting"

    5. Counting Crows - "Accidentally in Love"

    6. David Bowie - "Let's Dance"

    7. Europe - "The Final Countdown"

    8. Good Charlotte - "Girls & Boys"

    9. Iggy Pop - "The Passenger"

    10. Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back"

    11. Kaiser Chiefs - "Ruby"

    12. Katrina & the Waves - "Walking on Sunshine"

    13. KT Tunstall - "Suddenly I See"

    14. P!NK - "So What"

    15. The Primitives - "Crash"

    16. Queen - "We Are The Champions"

    17. Queen - "We Will Rock You"

    18. Rascal Flatts - "Life is a Highway"

    19. Ray Parker Jr. - "Ghostbusters"

    20. Spin Doctors - "Two Princes"

    21. Sum 41 - "In Too Deep"

    22. Supergrass - "Grace"

    23. Tom Petty - "Free Fallin'"

    24. Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk"

    25. We the Kings - "Check Yes Juliet"

The peripheral-based PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii editions of the family-focused music game were handled by LEGO Star Wars veteran TT Games. The Nintendo DS version, which uses traditional button presses instead of plastic instruments a la Frequency and Rock Band PSP, was crafted by Rock Band PSP developer Backbone. Harmonix, the creator of both Guitar Hero and Rock Band, helped with both.

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