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First Rock Band Network tracks coming to PSN tomorrow

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The first songs from the Rock Band Network to be available on PS3 will be released tomorrow, April 22, 2010. The five selected songs are "some of the most popular tracks" from the full selection:

Individual Tracks (with expected prices based on Xbox 360 RBN pricing)
  • Flogging Molly - "Drunken Lullabies" (Live) ($1)
  • Jonathan Coulton - "Code Monkey" ($2)
  • The Shins - "Australia" ($2)
  • The Slip - "Even Rats" ($2)
  • Steve Vai - "For the Love of God" (Live) ($2)
Harmonix explained that, due to the way submissions work on PSN, the company is "currently capped at 5 songs per week." The developer explains that despite "practical realities that aren't in [its] immediate control," it is trying to bring out as much music as possible.

[Thanks, Benji B]

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