Master recordings from various live performances (remixed by Mike Fraser; 99 mins.):
- "Shoot to Thrill"
- "Back in Black"
- "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be"
- "Fire Your Guns"
- "The Jack"
- "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap"
- "Hells Bells"
- "High Voltage"
- "Whole Lotta Rosie"
- "You Shook Me All Night Long"
- "Let There Be Rock"
- "Highway To Hell"
- "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)"
The New York Times is reporting
that MTV has signed a deal with AC/DC to add an expansion pack with 18 of the band's songs exclusively to Wal-Mart stores in support of the group's new album "Black Ice." The disc, officially titled AC/DC Live: Rock Band Track Pack
, will be released for all the consoles and will retail for, according to the Wal-Mart site, "from $29.88." The songs are taken from the DVD "AC/DC Live at Donnington," you can find a track list after the jump.
... So, at what point during all the Rock Band
fans freaking out about being able to import songs into Rock Band 2
was this confusing? No one wants a bunch of Rock Band
discs lying around their house! We really thought this was an area where EA
"got it" and Activision
had lost the plot, but it seems we were wrong.
For now, the only ones that will be affected are AC/DC fans, and they were probably too busy rushing out to get their schoolboy outfit dry cleaned to read the second graph. But we really, really hope this isn't the start of a trend.Update:
A couple of our commenters have spotted this in the fine print
: "Go Beyond the Disc! - The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions ship with a code on the back of the game manual that lets you import all of the songs into the Rock Band
or Rock Band 2
game environment (Internet connection required)." Sounds great! But the 360 is listed for $39.88. Isn't that still way pricey?