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Rock Band Weekly: Rush's Moving Pictures, individual tracks

Alexander Sliwinski, @Sliwinski
September 19, 2008
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Next week's Rock Band DLC will be a second attempt at making Rush's Moving Pictures album available. Harmonix will also be releasing several individual tracks that may tickle your wallet's fancy.

Rush - Moving Pictures (880 / $11)
  • "Tom Sawyer" (Original) (160 / $2)
  • "Red Barchetta" (160 / $2)
  • "YYZ" (160 / $2)
  • "Limelight" (Original) (160 / $2)
  • "The Camera Eye" (160 / $2)
  • "Witch Hunt" (160 / $2)
  • "Vital Signs" (160 / $2)
Individual tracks
  • "Sorrow" - Bad Religion (160 / $2)
  • "She Sells Sanctuary" - The Cult (160 / $2)
  • "Bandages" - Hot Hot Heat (160 / $2)
  • "Shoot the Runner" - Kasabian (160 / $2)
  • "You're No Rock N Roll Fun" - Sleater-Kinney (160 / $2)
  • "Love Spreads" - Stone Roses (160 / $2)
Videos for the tracks can be found after the break. The songs will be available for download next Tuesday and Thursday for Xbox 360 and PS3, respectively.




























Bad Religion

The Cult

Hot Hot Heat

Kasabian

Sleater-Kinney

Stone Roses












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