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Exclusive: "Rock Band" Sequel Reveals 20 Free Song Downloads

October 21, 2008 6:00 PM ET

The makers of Rock Band 2 have revealed the 20 songs gamers can download for free starting November 4th. Leading the pack of free tracks (available to anybody who owns Rock Band 2 on XBox 360, PlayStation 3 or Wii) are Dhani Harrison project Thenewno2, Underoath, the Cab, Semi-Precious Weapons and the Chevelles. "The Rock Band platform is an unparalleled destination for music discovery -- offering a broad cross section of rock, from iconic rock artists to emerging bands," said Paul DeGooyer, MTV's Senior Vice President of Electronic Games & Music. "With the addition of the 20 new songs we're announcing today, owners of Rock Band 2 will have the ability to experience music from over 100 artists -- ranging from the acts they already know and love to up-and-coming bands we think they will like." With the download aspect of Rock Band doing huge business, the folks can afford a few freebies.

20 Free Rock Band 2 Downloads:

The 88 - "Sons and Daughters"
Authority Zero - "No Regrets"
The Cab - "Bounce"
The Chevelles - "Get It On"
The Cocktail Slippers - "Give It To Me"
Dealership - "Database Corrupted"
Endeverafter - "I Wanna Be Your Man"
The Ghost Hounds - "Ashes To Fire"
Hollywood Undead - "Young"
Kutless - "The Feeling"
The Len Price 3 - "If I Ain't Got You"
Lesley Roy - "I'm Gone, I'm Going"
Opiate for the Masses - "Burn You Down"
Semi-Precious Weapons - "Magnetic Baby"
Shaimus - "Like a Fool"
Thenewno2 - "Crazy Tuesday"
Tickle Me Pink - "The Time Is Wrong"
Underoath - "Desperate Times, Desperate Measures"
X Japan - "I.V."

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