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Foreigner, Blind Melon, R.E.M. among Guitar Hero World Tour launch DLC

Justin McElroy

Perhaps driven mad with pleasure at the idea of how much money they'll be making with Guitar Hero World Tour, Activision will be heaping a dizzying amount new downloadable tracks on consumers in the game's first week of release ... as long as, you know, they pay for it.

First up is the Classic Rock Track Pack with "Rock and Roll Band" by Boston, "Hot Blooded" by Foreigner and "Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield. That will be joined by Blind Melon's "No Rain" and (exclusive to 360 for two weeks) a trio of new R.E.M. tunes: "Horse to Water," "Man-Sized Wreath" and "Supernatural Superserious."

All of the packed tunes will be available separately and we still don't know how much any of this will cost us. Can we hope for "as cheap or cheaper than Rock Band"? Please?

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