15 new songs unveiled for The Beatles: Rock Band

See below for the list of songs (and their corresponding venues)

Beatles fans have even more to look forward to, as MTV Games revealed 15 more tracks that will be included in The Beatles: Rock Band. Combined with the tracks which were previously unveiled at this year's E3, the released tracks account for over half of the 45 songs which will be in the game. See below for list of songs (and their corresponding venues) revealed this morning.

Twist And Shout / Cavern Club

Do You Want To Know A Secret / Cavern Club

Can't Buy Me Love / Ed Sullivan Theater

I Wanna Be Your Man / Ed Sullivan Theater

Eight Days A Week / Shea Stadium

Paperback Writer / Budokan

And Your Bird Can Sing / Budokan

Yellow Submarine / Abbey Road Dreamscape

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band / Abbey Road Dreamscape

With a Little Help from My Friends* / Abbey Road Dreamscape

Within You Without You / Tomorrow Never Knows / Abbey Road Dreamscape

Revolution / Abbey Road Dreamscape

Birthday / Abbey Road Dreamscape

Dig A Pony / Rooftop Concert

I've Got A Feeling / Rooftop Concert

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