We haven't gotten much of an indication of how successful Harmonix's recently launched Rock Band Network platform has been during its first few weeks in operation. I mean, we'd consider the Rock Band-ification of The Slip's timeless Guitar Hero classic "Even Rats" to be a huge success, but we're pretty sure they measure it in dollars and cents. RockBandAide recently did a bit of calculation and educated guesswork to come with the amount of cash the RBN has brought in so far -- according to the site, Harmonix has grossed over $107,000 in sales from user-generated tracks alone.

RockBandAide also estimate that regular DLC has brought in roughly $161,000 in revenue on the 360 since the Network went live -- a slightly larger sum, though the profit margin on Network tracks is supposedly much higher than that of regular DLC. The site also compiled the top 20 purchased RBN songs thus far, which we've posted after the jump. Keep in mind -- these numbers aren't official, but they're the best we've got to go on thus far.

[Thanks Tommy!]
  • Bang Camaro – Push Push (Lady Lightning) (4475)
  • Flogging Molly – Drunken Lullabies (Live) (2201)
  • Five Finger Death Punch – Burn it Down (2066)
  • Jonathan Coulton – Code Monkey (2058)
  • Flight of the Conchords – The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room) (1598)
  • The Slip – Even Rats (1564)
  • Andrew Buch – Trippolette (1379)
  • Attack Attack! – Stick Stickly (1366)
  • Jonathan Coulton – The Future Soon (1334)
  • Flogging Molly – Requiem for a Dying Song (1318)
  • Suicide Silence – Disengage (1173)
  • Steve Vai – For the Love of God (Live) (1136)
  • Jonathan Coulton – Ikea (1111)
  • Between the Buried and Me – Mordecai (1103)
  • Third Eye Blind – Semi-Charmed Life '09 (1037)
  • Amberian Dawn – He Sleeps in a Grove (1035)
  • Jonathan Coulton – Creepy Doll (1027)
  • Senses Fail – Lady in a Blue Dress (962)
  • Steve Vai – Get the Hell Out of Here (948)
  • 3 Inches of Blood – Battles and Brotherhood (941)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.