Prepare to rock the casbah with Rocksmith 2014's complete, 55-song tracklist, revealed today by Ubisoft. (It should be noted that The Clash's "Rock the Casbah" isn't one of the songs in Rocksmith 2014.)

The game will launch with "Walk This Way" by Aerosmith, "R U Mine?" by Arctic Monkeys, "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan, "Everlong" by Foo Fighters, "Sixteen Saltines" by Jack White, "Cold Company" by Minus the Bear, "Knights of Cydonia" by Muse, "Heart Shaped Box" by Nirvana, "We are the Champions" by Queen, "Paranoid Android" by Radiohead, "Blitzkrieg Bop" by The Ramones, "War Ensemble" by Slayer, "Stuck on a Wire out on a Fence" by The Dear Hunter and "Every Breath You Take" by The Police, along with more classic and modern rock tunes.

Owners of the original Rocksmith will be able to import their current songs, though an extra cost will apply. DLC for the first Rocksmith is compatible with Rocksmith 2014 at no additional cost. Rocksmith 2014 is due out on October 22 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

Peep the full tracklist below.
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ROCKSMITH® 2014 EDITION
COMPLETE TRACKLIST REVEALED

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. – October 16, 2013 – Today, Ubisoft® revealed the complete tracklist included in Rocksmith® 2014 Edition™ made of 55 songs ranging from the latest hits to classic rock songs. Ten more tracks are revealed today including "Everlong" by Foo Fighters and "Every Breath You Take" by The Police.

Players already owning the previous version of Rocksmith (released in 2011) will be able to further enjoy their rock experience in Rocksmith 2014 Edition by importing the songs that were included in the first version (an extra cost will apply). Each song from the first version has been revamped to support all of the new features including Automatic Tone Switching, Articulation, Timing and Instant Riff Repeater. Additionally, the DLC bought for Rocksmith will be compatible with Rocksmith 2014 Edition at no extra cost.

Rocksmith 2014 Edition's complete track list

? Aerosmith – Walk This Way
? Alice Cooper – No More Mr. Nice Guy
? Alice In Chains – Stone
? Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine?
? Avenged Sevenfold – Bat Country
? Bob Dylan – Knockin' On Heaven's Door
? Boston – Peace Of Mind
? Bush - Machinehead
? B'z – ultra soul
? Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me (2012)
? Deftones – My Own Summer (Shove It)
? EarlyRise – Wasteland
? Fang Island - Chompers
? Foo Fighters - Everlong
? Gold Motel – Brand New Kind Of Blue
? Green Day – X-Kid
? Iron Maiden – The Trooper
? Jack White – Sixteen Saltines
? JAWS – Stay In
? Joe Satriani – Satch Boogie
? Kiss – Rock And Roll All Nite
? La Sera – Love That's Gone
? Magic Wands – Black Magic
? Mastodon – Blood and Thunder
? Minus The Bear – Cold Company
? Monster Truck – Sweet Mountain River
? Muse – Knights Of Cydonia
? Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box
? Oasis – Don't Look Back In Anger
? Pantera – Cemetery Gates
? Paramore – Now
? PAWS – Sore Tummy
? Queen – We Are The Champions
? Radiohead – Paranoid Android
? Ramones – Blitzkrieg Bop
? Ratt – Round And Round
? Red Fang – Wires
? R.E.M. – Losing My Religion
? Rise Against – Savior
? Rush – The Spirit Of Radio
? Screaming Females – Rotten Apple
? Slayer – War Ensemble
? Splashh – All I Wanna Do
? System Of A Down - Hypnotize
? Tak Matsumoto – GO FURTHER
? The Dear Hunter – Stuck On A Wire Out On A Fence
? The Kinks – You Really Got Me
? The Police – Every Breath You Take
? The Rolling Stones – Paint It, Black
? The Shins – For A Fool
? The Smashing Pumpkins – The Chimera
? The Who – My Generation
? Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Mary Jane's Last Dance
? Weezer – Say It Ain't So
? White Zombie – Thunder Kiss '65

Rocksmith 2014 Edition allows players to plug any real guitar or bass with a standard ¼" jack directly into their Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the Sony PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system, PC or Mac® to begin their musical journey. Rocksmith 2014 Edition will hit shelves on October 22, 2014 in the US.

For the latest information on Rocksmith 2014 Edition, please visit: www.rocksmith.com

This article was originally published on Joystiq.