"Sgt. Pepper's" Hits "The Beatles: Rock Band" November 17th

November 13, 2009 12:42 PM ET

Already mastered Abbey Road on The Beatles: Rock Band? As promised, the entire Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band will be available as downloadable content for TB:RB starting November 17th. Sgt. Pepper's title track, "With A Little Help From My Friends," "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds," "Getting Better," and "Good Morning Good Morning" were previously included in the game's original release, but the classic LP's remaining eight tracks, including "A Day in the Life," will hit Xbox 360s, PS3s and Wiis next week.

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Depending on what video game platform you own, the Sgt. Pepper tracks will be available separately or as a complete package. As Rolling Stone previously reported, Rubber Soul is the next album slated for a Rock Band makeover, with downloadable content being made available in December. Read RS' review of The Beatles: Rock Band here.

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