Next week's Rock Band DLC adds the Bon Jovi Greatest Hits: Rock Band Edition album. The pack includes 12 of the band's chart-toppers, with some previously released tracks re-released for Rock Band 3 with support for Keys, Pro Keys, Pro Drums and harmonies -- you'll also have the option to add Pro Guitar and Bass parts for an extra dollar. (As for why we chose the above Bon Jovi album art for this post, the particular cover and music video always seemed inspired by Ghost in the Shell:SAC's The Laughing Man; available on Netflix instant watch.)

There will also be individual songs from Deftones, New Order and Talking Heads available next week. A standalone complex of details on all the tracks can be found after the break.

Xbox 360 / Wii / PS3
Available: November 9

Individual songs
  • "My Own Summer (Shove It)" - Deftones (160 Microsoft Points / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
  • "Blue Monday" - New Order (160 Microsoft Points / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
  • "Burning Down the House" - Talking Heads* (160 Microsoft Points / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
Bon Jovi Greatest Hits: Rock Band Edition (1,600 Microsoft Points / 2,000 Wii Points / $19.99)
  • "Bad Medicine" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Blaze of Glory" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Have a Nice Day" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "I'll Be There For You" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "It's My Life" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Lay Your Hands On Me" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Livin' on a Prayer" (RB3 version) (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
  • "Runaway" (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Wanted Dead or Alive"* (RB3 version) (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
  • "We Weren't Born to Follow"* (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "Who Says You Can't Go Home"* (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)
  • "You Give Love a Bad Name" (RB3 version) (160 MSP / 200 Wii Points / $1.99)*
*Pro Guitar/Bass expansion available (80 Microsoft Points / 100 Wii Points / $0.99)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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