Rock Band: Country now, Pearl Jam soon

1991 classic Ten coming in March.

Harmonix has confirmed that this week's Rock Band pack rustles up five country music numbers - and that Pearl Jam's debut album ten is on the way.

Grunge growler Ten, which we vividly remember thinking was the best album ever for a couple of weeks in 1991, will be released in March next year. That's according to 1up, which heard about it from a "casual exchange" at last night's Video Game Awards on Spike TV.

Ten features hit singles Even Flow and Jeremy, as well as Alive, which already forms part of the Rock Band 2 track listing.

In other Rock Band downloadable content news, this week's pack - available on Tuesday for 360 and Thursday for PS3, as usual - is a selection of five country music songs:

  • Brad Paisley - Mud on the Tires
  • Brooks & Dunn - Hillbilly Deluxe
  • Dierks Bentley - Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)
  • Dixie Chicks - Sin Wagon
  • Miranda Lambert - Gunpowder & Lead

We only listen to old country music - and after a memorable Halloween visit to Nashville a couple of years ago, we intend to keep it that way - so this list means nothing to us. Sorry. Enjoying the titles though.

Pricing is 160 Microsoft Points for a song or 680 Microsoft Points for the pack on Xbox Live. Check back later in the week for confirmation of PSN pricing, as it's been a bit variable lately.

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