Hilary Goldstein from IGN writes:
"As far back as E3 2007, Harmonix promised weekly downloads for Rock Band following its launch. I didn't think it was possible. Harmonix has proven me wrong. Though new content has been made available just about every week since Rock Band hit store shelves last year, only two full albums have arrived on the RB store to date. And those two albums, Judas Priest's "Screaming for Vengeance" and The Cars' self-titled debut, aren't from high-profile artists. So where are the truly epic albums, the kind that seem to make every critic's top 100 list?
Look no further than next week's Rock Band DLC. The Pixies' "Doolittle" is coming. For 1520 Microsoft Points ($19) you can own the entire album. That's 14 master tracks to go along with "Wave of Mutilation," which is already included with Rock Band. Or you can pick and choose songs at 160 Microsoft Points ($2) per track."