Rock Band Unplugged full setlist and first DLC revealed

Coming to the PSP on June 9th in both North America and Europe is the first portable version of Rock Band, Rock Band Unplugged, which will release with 50 on-disc tracks. The method of play is not all that unlike Harmonix’s other past efforts in Frequency and Amplitude. Instruments will be assigned to buttons and players are responsible for the full band as they take on these mighty tracks of rock.

The setlist includes mostly titles previously available in the big brother console versions of Rock Band, but it also brings with it nine titles new to the series. These nine new titles initially exclusive to Unplugged will eventually head to the consoles as DLC as well.

Here’s the full setlist packaged within the release version of the game. The ‘*’ means that the track comes from the already existing catalogue of Rock Band songs.

2000s

* AFI – “Miss Murder” *
* All-American Rejects – “Move Along”
* Audioslave – “Gasoline” *
* Black Tide -“Show Me the Way” *
* Freezepop – “Less Talk More Rokk” *
* Jimmy Eat World – “The Middle” The
* Killers – “Mr. Brightside”
* Lacuna Coil – “Our Truth”
* Lamb of God – “Laid to Rest”
* Modest Mouse – “Float On”
* Queens of the Stone Age – “3’s and 7’s”
* System of a Down – “Chop Suey!”
* Tenacious D – “Rock Your Socks” *

1990s

* 3 Doors Down – “Kryptonite” *
* Alice in Chains – “Would?” *
* Blink 182 – “What’s My Age Again” *
* Foo Fighters – “Everlong”
* Judas Priest – “Painkiller”
* Lit – “My Own Worst Enemy”
* Lush – “De-Luxe”
* Mighty Mighty Bosstones – “Where’d You Go?”
* Nine Inch Nails – “The Perfect Drug”
* Nirvana – “Drain You”
* The Offspring – “Come Out and Play (Keep ’em Separated)”
* Pearl Jam – “Alive”
* Smashing Pumpkins – “Today”
* Social Distortion – “I Was Wrong”
* Soundgarden – “Spoonman”
* Weezer – “Buddy Holly”

1980s

* Billy Idol – “White Wedding Part 1”
* Bon Jovi – “Livin’ on a Prayer”
* Dead Kennedys – “Holiday in Cambodia”
* Motörhead – “Ace of Spades”
* The Police – “Message in a Bottle”
* Siouxsie & the Banshees – “The Killing Jar”

1970s

* Boston – “More Than a Feeling”
* Jackson 5 – “ABC” *
* Jethro Tull – “Aqualung”
* Kansas – “Carry on Wayward Son”
* Rush – “The Trees”

1960s

* The Who – “Pinball Wizard”

But wait, there’s more (check it)! Also releasing on June 9th is the first batch of available DLC in the Rock Band Unplugged store. So if the opening lot of 50 tracks wasn’t enough to hold you down for a bit, you’ll be able to snag 10 more. The list?

* 30 Seconds to Mars – “The Kill”
* Belly – “Feed the Tree”
* Disturbed – “Inside the Fire”
* Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Gimme Three Steps”
* Muse – “Hysteria”
* Mute Math – “Typical”
* No Doubt – “Just a Girl”
* Oasis – “Wonderwall”
* Paramore – “Crushcrushcrush”
* Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Under the Bridge”

Harmonix isn’t messing around here. Day one of release and we’re already privy to DLC? They’re showing their commitment to the platform in a big way.

Rock Band Unplugged will sell on June 9th for $39.99.

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