Get Rubber Soul for Beatles Rock Band next week

Rubber Soul coming to Beatles Rock Band on 15/12/09

EA and Harmonix have announced a December 15 DLC premiere of Rubber Soul, the next full album for The Beatles: Rock Band. The pack will include 11 songs, as three tracks already reside on the game's disc. The tracks will land on the Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii on December 15, and the PlayStation 3 on December 17. The tracks can be purchased for $2, while the full pack will be available for $13.50 on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Here's is the complete listing:

-- "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)"

-- "You Won’t See Me"

-- "Nowhere Man"

-- "Think For Yourself""The Word"

-- "Michelle"

-- "What Goes On""Girl""In My Life"

-- "Wait"

-- "Run For Your Life"

"Drive My Car," "If I Needed Someone," and "I'm Looking Through You" are already available on The Beatles: Rock Band's retail disc. This marks the third full album to come to The Beatles: Rock Band via DLC, as Abbey Road arrived in its entirety in October and Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band marched onto the marketplaces.

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Dave Rudden

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