MTV and Harmonix have announced that Green Day: Rock Band will be released for PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 worldwide on 8th June.

The game nobody's calling GDRB features 47 tracks, three-part vocal harmonies similar to the Beatles game, and unlockable band-related material including over 40 minutes of video from interviews and performances.

Songs on the soundtrack include "Brain Stew", "Jaded", "Hitchin' A Ride", "American Idiot", "Wake Me Up When September Ends" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams". Better have Burnout...

All 47 tracks can be exported to play in Rock Band 1, 2 and the forthcoming third instalment, while the six songs already available as DLC on the Rock Band Music Store will work in GDRB, complete with added vocal harmonies and other exclusive material.

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