Second Rock Band album next week

It's by seventies band The Cars.

Harmonix and MTV games will be unleashing the second full-length downloadable album for Rock Band next week, in time for the European launch of the game.

This time it's The Cars self-titled debut from 1978 on offer, made up of songs like "Moving in Stereo" and "Good Times Roll".

The entire album will cost you 1200 Points (GBP 10.20 / EUR 14.40), or you can break the nine-track list up and grab them individually for 160 Points (GBP 1.36 / EUR 1.92).

"Screaming for Vengeance" by Judas Priest was the first album up for grabs, and "Doolittle" by the Pixies will follow in June.

Rock Band comes out this Friday on Xbox 360, with other versions to follow further down the line.

EA has previously promised that the considerable downloadable catalogue will be made available from day one, with further additions to be made simultaneously in North America and Europe.

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