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Activision has announced a few weeks' worth of Guitar Hero 5 DLC today. Following tomorrow's release of The Rolling Stones tracks, selections from Street Sweeper Social Club, AFI, Editors, The Faint, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs will be available in weekly updates. The full release list is available after the break.

Activision announced the first month of DLC along with something called the "Guitar Hero Music Library," which, we believe, is a fancy marketing-style way of describing the collection of music you'll be able to build out of DLC, imported tracks, and on-disc content in Guitar Hero 5.


September 10

Street Sweeper Social Club Track Pack (440 / $5.49):

  • "100 Little Curses" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • "Fight! Smash! Win!" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • "Somewhere in the World It's Midnight" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
September 17

AFI Track Pack (440 / $5.49):
  • "Beautiful Thieves" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • "Girl's Not Grey" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • "The Missing Frame" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
September 24

Track Pack (440/ $5.49):
  • Editors - "Munich" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • The Faint - "Geeks Were Right" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Dull Life" (160 / $1.99 / 200 Wii Points)
Note: Track Packs available on Xbox 360 and PS3 only; individual tracks available on Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.

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