Rock Band Nets 30 Seconds to Mars, The Sounds, All-American Rejects, Festive Holiday Prices

Harmonix has announced the next batch of downloadable content for Rock Band on its message board, revealing five new songs from three different bands.

Carrying a limited seasonal price tag of 80 Microsoft Points ($0.99) each--half off the normal asking price for individual tracks--the latest additions are "Attack" and "The Kill" from the Jared Leto-helmed 30 Seconds to Mars, "Dirty Little Secret" and "Move Along" by powerpop act All-American Rejects, and "Song With A Mission" from Swedish new wavers The Sounds.

The songs will arrive tomorrow via the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Marketplace and next week through the PlayStation 3's online PlayStation Store, as Sony's service is not updating due to the holidays.

Harmonix also noted that it will continue to fulfill its promise of weekly downloadable content next week, though the tracks were not disclosed.

From The Chatty
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    December 24, 2007 12:08 PM

    How anti-climatic, it's like being told that a porn star is going to see you on your 18th birthday but what you did not know is that the person was a porn star before your parents were born.

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      December 24, 2007 4:56 PM

      vocals for the kill should be interesting, i am not sure i could stand having someone else sing this song. i wish they would do so more David Bowie ( like ziggy stardust or space oddity) and Queen, i am sure they could seel queen at 4.99 a track and it would still out sell these 99 cent tracks.

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        December 24, 2007 5:31 PM

        Yeah, I really like that they do David Bowie, but I wish that they would pick maybe some of his less famous stuff. Like maybe something from Scary Monsters or Outside. But they probably only want to do songs that people would actually recognize and buy.