Rock Band drops full set list, minus bonus tracks


While many of you play Guitar Hero III at this very moment, there's a set of virtual rockers waiting a little more than a month to blister their fingers -- those souls awaiting the MTV Games/Harmonix joint, Rock Band. Releasing on November 20, the wait becomes harder and harder with each 30 second clip released of the individual songs.

To at least know what you're getting, Harmonix dropped the full set list off in our inbox this morning, and we're more than happy to share it with you. The list includes 45 out of the 58 tracks, with the unlockable tracks omitted for obvious reasons. So what are you waiting for? Hit that jump!

1960s
Rolling Stones "Gimme Shelter"

1970s
Aerosmith "Train Kept a Rollin'" (Cover)
The Who "Won't Get Fooled Again"
Boston "Foreplay/Long Time"
Mountain "Mississippi Queen" (Cover)
The Police "Next to You"
David Bowie "Suffragette City"
Black Sabbath "Paranoid" (Cover)
Blue Oyster Cult "Don't Fear the Reaper"
The Ramones "Blitzkrieg Bop"
Deep Purple "Highway Star"
KISS "Detroit Rock City"
Molly Hatchet "Flirtin' With Disaster"
The Outlaws "Green Grass & High Tides" (Cover)
Sweet "Ballroom Blitz" (Cover)

1980s
Rush "Tom Sawyer" (Cover)
Bon Jovi "Wanted Dead or Alive"
The Clash "Should I Stay or Should I Go"
Faith No More "Epic"
R.E.M. "Orange Crush"
Iron Maiden "Run to the Hills" (Cover)

1990s
Foo Fighters "Learn to Fly"
Metallica "Enter Sandman"
Nirvana "In Bloom"
Stone Temple Pilots "Vasoline"
Weezer "Say It Ain't So"
Smashing Pumpkins "Cherub Rock"
Radiohead "Creep"
Beastie Boys "Sabotage"
Hole "Celebrity Skin"
Garbage "I Think I'm Paranoid"
Soundgarden "Black Hole Sun"

2000s
The Hives "Main Offender"
Queens of the Stone Age "Go With the Flow"
The Strokes "Reptilia"
Jet "Are You Gonna Be My Girl"
OK Go "Here It Goes Again"
Nine Inch Nails "The Hand That Feeds"
Pixies "Wave of Mutilation"
Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Maps"
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Dani California"
Coheed & Cambria "Welcome Home"
Fallout Boy "Dead on Arrival"
The Killers "When You Were Young"
New Pornographers "Electric Version"

This article was originally published on Joystiq.