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Free DJ Hero/Guitar Hero songs for US

Not giving thanks for that.

Residents of the US have Coca-Cola to thank for a batch of free downloadable DJ Hero 2 and Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock songs.

They're available from today through to 29th November by signing up to a website and claiming a promotional code.

But you can't do this if you live outside of the US - obviously because Coke isn't sold outside America. Never has been. Nope. Definitely not.

The free DJ Hero 2 songs are mixed by DJ Tiesto, who's as hot as a toasted crumpet. He's combined "Traffic" with "Louder Than Boom"; "Knock You Out" with "Young Lions"; and single-track "Feel It In My Bones".

The Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock songs are by My Chemical Romance. They are "Bulletproof Heart", "Helena", "Teenagers" and "Welcome To The Black Parade".

The DJ Tiesto pack will be available on PS3, Wii and Xbox 360. The My Chemical Romance pack will only be on Xbox 360.

Check out the Coke Guitar Hero site or the Coke DJ Hero site to get a code.

For everybody else, the My Chemical Romance pack costs 600 Microsoft Points, $7.49 or 750 Wii Points, which seems like an awful lot of money.

On 30th November, the Tiesto pack will be offered to everybody. This will cost even more: 640 Microsoft Points or $7.99 on PlayStation 3. The songs will be sold separately on Wii for 300 Wii Points each.

Eurogamer TV meets DJ Hero 2.

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