Complete list of Guitar Hero 5 contributing artists released

From 3 Doors Down to Wolfmother

Activision has decided to release a little bit of excitement to the Guitar Hero fans. Behold: the confirmed list of all the artists and bands that will find their songs in Guitar Hero 5, coming September 1 to the Xbox 360, the PS2, the PS3, and the Wii.

-- 3 Doors Down

-- A Perfect Circle

-- AFI

-- Attack! Attack!

-- Band Of Horses

-- Beastie Boys

-- Beck

-- Billy Idol

-- Billy Squier

-- Blink-182

-- Blur

-- Bob Dylan

-- Bon Jovi

-- Brand New

-- Bush

-- Children of Bodom

-- Coldplay

-- Darker My Love

-- Darkest Hour

-- David Bowie

-- Deep Purple

-- Dire Straits

-- Duran Duran

-- Eagles Of Death Metal

-- Elliott Smith

-- Elton John

-- Face to Face

-- Garbage

-- Gorillaz

-- Gov't Mule

-- Grand Funk Railroad

-- Iggy Pop

-- Iron Maiden

-- Jeff Beck

-- Jimmy Eat World

-- John Mellencamp

-- Johnny Cash

-- Kaiser Chiefs

-- King Crimson

-- Kings Of Leon

-- Kiss

-- Love and Rockets

-- Megadeth

-- Motley Crue

-- Muse

-- My Morning Jacket

-- Nirvana

-- No Doubt

-- Peter Frampton

-- Public Enemy Featuring Zakk Wylde

-- Queen & David Bowie

-- Queens Of The Stone Age

-- Rammstein

-- Rose Hill Drive

-- Rush

-- Santana

-- Scars On Broadway

-- Screaming Trees

-- Smashing Pumpkins

-- Sonic Youth

-- Spacehog

-- Stevie Wonder

-- Sublime

-- Sunny Day Real Estate

-- T. Rex

-- The Bronx

-- The Derek Trucks Band

-- The Duke Spirit

-- The Killers

-- The Police

-- The Raconteurs

-- The Rolling Stones

-- The Sword

-- The White Stripes

-- Thin Lizzy

-- Thrice

-- Tom Petty

-- Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

-- TV On The Radio

-- Vampire Weekend

-- Weezer

-- Wild Cherry

-- Wolfmother

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