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Pumpkins, Weezer, R.E.M. Headline "Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades"

October 29, 2008 2:19 PM ET

Do you suffer from Guitar Hero separation anxiety when you're on the subway or at the doctor's office? Good news: Activision announced the track list for Nintendo DS' Guitar Hero On Tour: Decades, the sequel to the portable version of the GH franchise. As the title suggests, the track list spans the last four decades of rock, meshing Queen and Lynyrd Skynyrd with Weezer and Foo Fighters. The 28 songs in total are all master recordings, and the game will feature all new venues and characters. Check out the entire track list below:

Alien Ant Farm - "Smooth Criminal"
The All-American Rejects - "Dirty Little Secret"
Blind Melon - "No Rain"
Blondie - "One Way Or Another"
Bon Jovi - "You Give Love A Bad Name"
Boston - "Rock and Roll Band"
The Darkness - "I Believe In A Thing Called Love"
Edgar Winter Group - "Free Ride"
Fall Out Boy - "The Take Over, The Breaks Over"
Foo Fighters - "The Pretender"
Free - "All Right Now"
Jimmy Eat World - "The Middle"
Joe Satriani - "Satch Boogie"
Journey - "Any Way You Want It"
Lenny Kravitz - "Are You Gonna Go My Way"
Linkin Park - "One Step Closer"
Los Lobos - "La Bamba"
Lynyrd Skynyrd - "Sweet Home Alabama (live)"
Paramore - "Crushcrushcrush"
Queen - "We Are The Champions"
R.E.M. - "The One I Love"
Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Can't Stop"
Sammy Hagar - "I Can't Drive 55"
Seether - "Remedy"
Smashing Pumpkins - "Tarantula"
Stone Temple Pilots - "Down"
Veruca Salt - "Volcano Girls"
Weezer - "Buddy Holly"

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