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Rock Band "celebrates the twentieth anniversary" of Nirvana's Nevermind album next week by releasing four tracks off ... a different album. Three of the DLC songs are from the band's In Utero album, and the other is "You Know You're Right." Plus: There ten Nirvana pro guitar/bass upgrades....

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Ummm ... "Smells Like Teen Spirit." That is all one needs to know about next week's Rock Band DLC. How many of us out there will finally learn the lyrics to the song we mumbled for years every time it popped up on the radio? Remember radio? Wow, feels like forever ago. Check out the full update af...

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Next week's Rock Band DLC could have been a little Dave Grohl fiesta, offering up tracks from his days back in Nirvana and now with Foo Fighters, but it turns out that he wasn't with the genre defining grunge band until after Bleach, which happens to be part of next week's DLC. But, we're pretty su...

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Two out of three Nirvana members agree: Kurt Cobain's Guitar Hero 5 avatar is not cool. As for the third: the fact that he can't offer an opinion is kind of the whole problem. Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl, former bassist and drummer for Nirvana, issued a joint statement to register their disdain w...

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In addition to known quantities "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and a special, previously unreleased live recording of "Lithium," Guitar Hero 5 will also sport the digital doppelganger of deceased grunge pioneer Kurt Cobain, Activision announced today. When asked for comment, the ghost of Cobain said, ...

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Riding on the coattails of last Friday's Rock Band Network reveal, indie label Sub Pop is the first record company to officially pledge its support for the new DLC initiative. Rolling Stone spoke with Sub Pop A&R exec Tony Kiewel, who said, "This conceivably could be the opening of the floodga...

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We knew it was coming and it's finally available for download. The Nirvana track pack for Guitar Hero: World Tour features songs "Negative Creep," "Sliver" and "You Know You're Right," with each costing you a cool 200 Wii Points. As usual, if you want to hear the songs before you go spending, head...

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Activision will continue feeding your unhealthy Guitar Hero World Tour addiction with more DLC throughout December, and it looks like Wii owners will be getting all of it this time. Along with three songs each from The Smashing Pumpkins, Nirvana, and The Eagles, a further three tracks from the "Regg...

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Seattle's legendary grunge band Nirvana will have seven songs available as Rock Band DLC starting next week. All the songs hail from Nirvana's breakthrough album Nevermind. Notable songs from Nevermind unavailable in Rock Band are "Come as You Are" and "Smells like Teen Spirit." Nirvana 7 Pack (88...

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Having trouble telling the difference between Nirvana's Incesticide album and DS platformer/shooter Insecticide? Afraid that you'll accidentally bring home a 15-year-old CD instead of the hard-boiled detective game? Worry no more! We've put together a handy guide to help you tell these two "alter...

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Following yesterday's news that the NPD would be scaling back their monthly gift of console hardware and software sales figures, the NPD has come out to answer the hordes of screaming gamers who look to this information every month to be ... well, informed about their hobby and passion. NPD spokespe...

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Were this a perfect world, all of our favorite alternative songs from the 90s would be remade by instrumental-electronic band The Hunt for Yoshi. Weezer's "El Scorcho," Superdrag's "Sucked Out," and The Vaselines' "Son of a Gun" -- the list goes on. We'll settle for this excellent cover of Nirvana's...

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