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Submitted by toymachinesh 275d ago | news

Rocksmith 2014 DLC 1/21 – Weezer

The rumours were true! Today is a 5 Pack from the incredible crunchy fender guitar tunes of Weezer!

Featuring songs from the The Blue Album and The Green Album this pack definitely didn’t surprise anyone with it’s choices. Would love to switch out Hash Pipe with a song from Pinkerton but there’s always next pack right? (PC, PS3, Rocksmith 2014 Edition, Xbox 360)

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skyrim  +   275d ago
Loving it so far my name is jonas so fun!!!
Doge  +   275d ago
wow
such weezer
very likes

I would love to see some Pinkerton songs added to the list. It might convince me to get the game :)
ArchangelMike  +   275d ago
WHAT!? You don't have the game yet? What you waiting for man?
Doge  +   275d ago
Can't find the cable on its own, or a bundle of the PC version. I'll probably have to order online.

As for the guitar. My brother has a bunch of them that I could use c:

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