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First Dance Central DLC limbers up

Harmonix confirms pricing strategy too.

The first downloadable tracks for Kinect rug-cutter Dance Central are getting ready to strut their stuff.

Ne-Yo's Because of You, Lady Sovereign's I Got You Dancing and Sean Paul's Temperature are all available to download now – providing you're an American - priced 240 Points (£2.08 / €2.40) each.

Fine tracks to be sure, but the continued absence of Jeff Beck's Hi Ho Silver Lining continues to defy rational explanation.

Harmonix's dancing game is one of Kinect's better launch titles, winning an 8/10 from Eurogamer's Ellie Gibson. It's out now in the US and launches in Europe on 10th November.

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