"Unbelievable" Rock Band DLC next week!

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The folks at Harmonix are dropping a three-pack of Cheap Trick and EMF’s classic “Unbelievable” on the Rock Band DLC pile next week on September 6th. Two of the three classic Cheap Trick songs (“I Want You to Want Me” and “Surrender”) are live renditions direct from 1978’s Cheap Trick at Budokan. The other is the studio recording of “Dream Police.”

Pricing will be $5.49/440 MS Pts/550 Wii Pts for “Cheap Trick Pack 01”, $1.99/160 MS Pts/200 Wii Pts per song and $0.99/80 MS Pts/100 Wii Pts for eligible Pro Guitar/Pro Bass upgrade.

Available on September 6th, 2011:
Cheap Trick – “I Want You to Want Me (Live)”
Cheap Trick – “Surrender (Live)” X
Cheap Trick – “Dream Police
EMF –“Unbelievable (Re-Record)”
Tracks marked with “X” will include Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions for $0.99 per song.

Cambridge, Mass. – September 2nd, 2011– Harmonix today announced that a 3-pack of hits from classic rockers Cheap Trick and a single from EMF will be available beginning September 6th in the Rock Band 3 Music Store of downloadable content for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Wii™.
Rock Band provides the deepest and best selection of artists, songs and albums through the Rock Band music platform, which features more than 900 artists and more than 3,000* tracks via disc and download purchase (complete list of tracks at www.rockband.com/songs). Rock Band’s gigantic music library dwarfs that of any other rhythm video game on the market. More than 100 million songs have been sold through the Rock Band Music Store since its launch Nov. 20, 2007.
Rock Band DLC Additions for Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 system and Wii
The songs in this week’s DLC releases are full of big guitars and even bigger hooks, bringing 4 more party classics to your Rock Band Library!
Cheap Trick kick off the week with a 3-pack of their biggest hits. As one of the world’s greatest live rock acts, it’s only fitting that we have iconic live performances of two tracks – “I Want You to Want Me” and “Surrender”, straight from one of their masterpieces – 1978’s Cheap Trick at Budokan. The original studio recording of “Dream Police” rounds out this outstanding 3-pack headed to your console this Tuesday!
In addition, Rock Band fans should rejoice with a collective “Oh!” at the appearance of EMF’s 1990 chart-topping hit, “Unbelievable”. This re-record of everyone’s favorite party jam is sure to get your whole band up on their feet.
As always, songs available as downloadable content for Rock Band 3 feature five-button guitar and bass parts, drums, Pro Drums, and keys, Pro Keys and harmonies, where applicable. Some songs also feature Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrades available for an additional $0.99 upgrade download.
Available on Xbox 360, Wii andPlayStation®3 system (September 6th, 2011):
Cheap Trick – “I Want You to Want Me (Live)”
Cheap Trick – “Surrender (Live)” X
Cheap Trick – “Dream Police”
EMF –“Unbelievable (Re-Record)”
(These tracks will be available in Europe on PlayStation®3 system September 7th)
The Cheap Trick tracks will be available as “Cheap Trick Pack 01”, an all tracks will be available for purchase individually on Xbox 360, PlayStation®3 system and Wii. Tracks marked with “X” will include Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions for $0.99 per song.
$5.49, £2.49 UK, €3.99 EU (440 Microsoft Points, 550 Wii Points™) for “Cheap Trick Pack 01”
$1.99 USD, £.99 UK, €1.49 EU (160 Microsoft Points) per song
$2.00USD (200 Wii Points™) per song
$0.99 USD (100 Wii Points/80 Microsoft Points), £0.59 UK, €0.79 EU per song for eligible Pro Guitar/Pro Bass upgrade
** Dates for Rock Band game tracks are tentative and subject to change. **
*Available on-disc, via download and disc export. Internet connection and export key purchase required. Wii™ Shop Channel has more than 1,500 song tracks available for purchase on the Rock Band platform on-disc, via song import, and download. Not applicable to Nintendo DS™.
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