Foos and Rage in Guitar Hero II

More big bands onboard.

Guitar Hero II's track listing is falling gradually into place with the news that Foo Fighters and Rage Against The Machine will be on the disc too.

According to a senior source close to the developer, the Foos' Monkey Wrench and Rage's Killing In The Name Of will both be part of the game's enormous track-list.

RedOctane wouldn't confirm or deny either.

The news comes barely a week after revelations that the likes of Nirvana, The Rolling Stones and Alice in Chains would be on the disc, bringing the track-list total to 23. Although since then we've also remembered that Drist's Arterial Black and Cheap Trick's Surrender will be on there too, so there's even more.

Here's the full list that we're aware of...

  • Alice in Chains - Them Bones
  • Allman Brothers Band - Jessica
  • Anthrax - Madhouse
  • Avenged Sevenfold - Beast and the Harlot
  • Black Sabbath - War Pigs
  • Butthole Surfers - Who Was In My Room Last Night?
  • Cheap Trick - Surrender
  • Dick Dale - Misirlou
  • Drist - Arterial Black
  • Foo Fighters - Monkey Wrench
  • Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine
  • Heart - Crazy On You
  • KISS - Strutter
  • Lamb of God - Laid to Rest
  • Lynyrd Skynrd - Freebird
  • Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil
  • Nirvana - Heart-Shaped Box
  • The Police - Message in a Bottle
  • The Pretenders - Tattooed Love Boys
  • Primus (original recording) - John the Fisherman
  • Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
  • Reverend Horton Heat - Psychobilly Freakout
  • The Rolling Stones - Can You Hear Me Knocking?
  • Rush - YYZ
  • Spinal Tap - Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight
  • Stone Temple Pilots - Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
  • Van Halen - You Really Got Me

Guitar Hero II is due out on PS2 this November in the US and Europe.

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