Harmonix Delivers Pretty Hate Machine and More To Rock Band 3
Published on Friday, 25 February 2011 14:36
With seven tracks already in the Music Store Harmonix can’t seem to get enough of Nine Inch Nails. Next week four tracks from the rock group’s recently remastered album “Pretty Hate Machine” will be available
Available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii on Tuesday, March 1.
- “Terrible Lie”
- “Head Like A Hole”
- “The Only Time”
All four tracks are available individually or together as “Pretty Hate Pack 01” for a discount.
A Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrade is available for “Head Like A Hole”.
To celebrate the upcoming release of the Fender Squier Stratocaster Guitar Controller eleven older DLC tracks are receiving Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrades. These will also be available on March 1 alongside the NIN content.
- Blink 182 - “Dammit”
- Boston - “More Than A Feeling”
- Creedence Clearwater Revival - “Bad Moon Rising”
- Creedence Clearwater Revival - “Fortunate Son”
- Eve 6 - “Inside Out”
- The James Gang - “Funk #49”
- The Knack - “My Sharona (Cover Version)”
- Lynyrd Skynyrd - “Simple Man”
- Metallica - “...And Justice For All”
- The Offspring - “Self Esteem”
- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - “Pride and Joy”
All upgrades are the customary $0.99 price and of course you need to own the track before purchasing the upgrade.
NOTE: Since these are “legacy” tracks no Keys, Pro Keys, or Harmonies are being added.
Fans have been asking for these Pro upgrades for older DLC and Harmonix delivers again. Has anyone bought any of the Pro instruments? Are there any older songs you’d like to receive the upgrade?
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