Nirvana, Eagles & Smashing Pumpkins coming to Guitar Hero

Activision has announced the holiday lineup of downloadable tracks for its latest music title.
  • (GamePro (online))
  • — 05 December, 2008 09:04

Activision announced the holiday lineup of downloadable tracks for its latest music title Wednesday. The company is bringing some sweet gifts to music fans with three track packs for the biggest bands of the 70s and 90s--The Eagles, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Nirvana. In addition, a free trio of reggae songs will be released on Christmas week. That's a merry jam, mon. Here's the list of tracks due each week. The track packs are US$5.50, and individual tracks are $2. Downloads are available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii.

Dec 4th: The Smashing Pumpkins Pack

1979- The Smashing Pumpkins

GLOW- The Smashing Pumpkins

Everlasting Gaze- The Smashing Pumpkins

Dec 11: Nirvana Track Pack

Negative Creep- Nirvana

Silver- Nirvana

You Know You're Right- Nirvana

Dec 18: The Eagles Track Pack

Frail Grasp on the Big Picture- The Eagles

Life in the Fast Lane- The Eagles

One of These Nights- The Eagles

Dec 18: Reggae Track Pack

Jimi- Slightly Stoopid

Sacrifice- Expendables

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Dave Rudden

GamePro (online)
Topics: games, guitar hero
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