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Weezer, Queen, Alice in Chains, more join Guitar Hero Live in latest tracklist update
Oh no! What do we do? I don’t care what they say about us anyway, so here’s another ten tracks from this Fall’s Guitar Hero Live:
- Alice in Chains – “Stone”
- Angus & Julia Stone – “A Heartbreak”
- Bullet For My Valentine – “Temper Temper”
- Catfish and the Bottlemen – “Kathleen”
- Deap Vally – “Lies”
- Neon Trees – “Everybody Talks”
- New Politics – “Harlem”
- Queen – “Tie Your Mother Down”
- Wolfmother – “Sundial”
- Weezer – “Buddy Holly”
90s favorites Weezer and Alice in Chains join 21st century rockers like Neon Trees, Wolfmother, Bullet For My Valentine, and New Politics in this update. Going a little further back, Queen is also on hand with one of their lesser known songs, “Tie Your Mother Down.” With this update, 54 songs have been confirmed for inclusion on the Guitar Hero Live disc and “hundreds” of additional songs will be available through the game’s GHTV Mode.
Guitar Hero Live, and its brand-new six-button controller, will be available for the PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Xbox One this Fall.
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