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Cars' Self-Titled Album Hits Rock Band Next Week

Following the release of Judas Priest's "Screaming for Vengeance," developer Harmonix has announced that Rock Band's second downloadable full album is The Cars' 1978 self-titled debut, due for release on the Xbox 360 and PS3 next week.

The entirety of the album will be priced at 1200 Microsoft Points ($14.99). Individual tracks, such as "Just What I Needed" and "You're All I've Got Tonight," will be priced at 160 Microsoft Points ($1.99).

The Cars' self-titled album will arrive in the Xbox Live Marketplace on Tuesday, May 27, with the PlayStation 3 release following on Thursday, May 29.

With Judas Priest's "Screaming for Vengeance" and the Cars' self-titled out of the way, the remaining announced but yet unreleased full albums for Rock Band include the Who's "Who's Next" and the Pixies' "Doolittle".

A complete track listing for the Cars' self-titled album follows.

  • All Mixed Up
  • Bye Bye Love
  • Don't Cha Stop
  • Good Times Roll
  • I'm in Touch with Your World
  • Just What I Needed
  • Moving in Stereo
  • My Best Friend's Girl
  • You're All I've Got Tonight
(All ten tracks utilize the original master recordings.)
From The Chatty
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    May 20, 2008 2:09 PM

    Heartbeat City was one of their better albums that I would have liked to have seen as the DLC, but eh, something is better than nothing.

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      May 20, 2008 2:14 PM

      i know it's just opinion but heartbeat city was just awful, by 1980 they were out of ideas and just started churning out pop garbage.

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        May 20, 2008 2:20 PM

        I'm not much for it on the whole, and I know it's not exactly rock per se, but Drive is my favorite ballad of all time. I'd really like to see it somewhere.

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      May 20, 2008 5:02 PM

      The Cars self-titled and Candy-O are the only awesome Cars albums. Hate everything else they did after those.

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