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Cardigans, Rihanna, Fall Out Boy DLC for Lips this month

Richard Mitchell, @TheRichardM
January 15, 2009
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Microsoft has detailed upcoming Lips DLC for the remainder of January, and it's an interesting mix to say the least. Ranging from artists like Rihanna, the Cardigans, the Pussycat Dolls and even Boyz II Men, there's something for everyone. The songs will range from 160 to 180 Microsoft Points, with the first batch due out this Friday (hey, that's tomorrow). Check out the complete list below. See anything you like?

January 16
  • When I Grow Up – The Pussycat Dolls (160)
  • You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' – The Righteous Brothers (180)
  • Erase/Rewind – The Cardigans (160)
January 23
  • Hate That I Love You – Rihanna feat. Ne-Yo (180)
  • Thnks fr th Mmrs – Fall Out Boy (160)
  • Look What You've Done – Jet (160)
January 30
  • Sunday Morning – Maroon 5 (160)
  • Take A Bow – Rihanna (180)
  • Water Runs Dry – Boyz II Men (160)






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