Rock Band 3 DLC: 'London Calling' by The Clash

The Clash's seminal 1979 punk record 'London Calling' will be available in its entirety for all your rocking needs in Rock Band 3 this week, developer Harmonix announced, when the remaining eighteen tracks are released as downloadable content.

Coupled with 'Train in Vain,' which was released separately as DLC back in 2008, they'll form the full album. The eighteen new releases will be out for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii on February 1, priced at $2 (160 Microsoft Points; 200 Wii Points) per song or $20 (1,600 MSP; 2,000 WP) for the lot. Plus another $2 for Train in Vain, of course.

If you need a reminder, here's a list of the tracks. Those marked with an X will also have Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrades available for an extra $0.99 per song.

    London Calling (Album)
    • "London Calling" X
    • "Brand New Cadillac"
    • "Jimmy Jazz"
    • "Hateful"
    • "Rudie Can't Fail" X
    • "Spanish Bombs" X
    • "The Right Profile"
    • "Lost in the Supermarket"
    • "Clampdown" X
    • "The Guns of Brixton"
    • "Wrong 'Em Boyo"
    • "Death or Glory"
    • "Koka Kola"
    • "The Card Cheat" X
    • "Lover's Rock"
    • "Four Horsemen"
    • "I'm Not Down"
    • "Revolution Rock"
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    January 31, 2011 8:35 AM

    Will a portion of profit go to a Firemen's Union to keep it in the right spirit?

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