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Submitted by toymachinesh 797d ago | news

Rocksmith DLC 2/19 – Rock Hits 70s-80s

Today’s Rocksmith DLC is a mixed bag of hit songs from 1976-1982!

First up we have the iconic progressive Kansas anthem Carry On Wayward Son which if you don’t remember from South Park, Guitar Hero II, or from the hit show Supernatural, I ummm… I’m not really sure what to tell you? Next we have the complete surprise of a Judas Priest single from their 1982 album Screaming for Vengeance, it’s You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’. To wrap up the pack we have a song that has been covered multiple times over the years, it’s the 1977 Ram Jam hit Black Betty! (PC, PS3, Rocksmith, Xbox 360)

Sidology  +   797d ago
buying all of these
TheSoundDefense  +   797d ago
These are some pretty awesome tracks. COWS (best acronym ever) would probably be my first buy.

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