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The day the music died.
Some of the DLC is nearly six years old.
The world has moved on.
Apps and music downloads to be drowned out.
Eurogamer unearths the buried small print.
UPDATE: EA states "Rock Band will remain playable".
Viacom told to hand over withheld bonus payments.
People get ready.
VH1 claims Legend compilation on the way.
Harmonix "in discussions" about his music.
Seeking refund on $150m paid to Harmonix.
Says company offering to do it for cash.
Create, share, sell your own songs.
Plus: create-and-share Network in 2010.
Has multiplayer. Costs six pounds.
Impressed by The Beatles' efforts.
Complete with licenced music.
Hopes players get "electrocuted".
Definitely one to zero in on.
Comedy duo enigmatically confirm.
Plus Buzz! Home space and loads of DLC.
First batch in July. Exclusive.
Can I Play With Madness? Not on hard.
inFamous! Marvel vs. Capcom! Red Gorillas!
Freebies the pick of the bunch.
Healthy pile of content to sift through.
Plus: Red Faction, UFC demos.
EA "working on" Euro RB2 instruments.
US in a fortnight, Europe "at a later date".
Plus LBP goodies, Mirror's Edge map.
Plus plenty else to keep you busy too.
But he can't play his own song properly.
Dead Space, Skate 2 demos instead.
Next game "maybe" to have keyboard.
But gap narrows as music games decline.
1991 classic Ten coming in March.
Festive cupboards filled with goods.
"Don't Speak", "Hey Baby", "Just a Girl".
All going cheap, including one freebie.
Donate to National Videogame Archive.
Plus Lamb of God, Yngwie Malmsteen.
Unleash your inner punk.
Games, LBP costumes, songs, Hasselhoff.
For exceeding performance targets.
Out this month in the US.
"The Colour and the Shape" next week.
Harmonix has different focus, apparently.
And those Presidents of the USA songs.
Platforms TBC, out next Christmas.
Press conference this afternoon.
Also: Blink-182, Silversun Pickups, more.
Batteries leaking and burning flesh.
Arriving early November. Peachy.
Not necessarily December, despite report.
Most of Nevermind on offer.
DLC for TW09, EoJ, other abbreviations.
Dr Feelgood out this week.
"All Right Now" in there, too.
To cost a whopping 30 quid.
Plus: RB1 games disc-bound "indefinitely".
Blood Sugar Sex Magik DLC.
Plus: NBA live demo and Rock Band songs.
So says man who sells Guitar Hero.
Wants groups with visual themes to star.
Three metal tracks for two quid.
PS3, PS2, Wii versions out on Friday!
Says Nirvana album DLC was an example.
Foo Fighters, Chili Peppers, No Doubt, etc.
Plus tracks from Devo and The Janitors.
Six new reasons for neighbours to hate you.
And a couple from Shinedown.
Daltrey won't get fooled again.
New cymbal options promised.
Claims Rock Band violates patents.
And Vesuvius, but it wouldn't fit.
GNR! Eagles! The Halen! But not Led Zep.
Motley Crue, Papa Roach, Trapt.
On Xbox Live today.
Multimillion-dollar deal being discussed.
Yours for 1520 Microsoft Points.
Could be out as early as November.
Plus Jimmy Buffett and Disturbed.
Q Entertainment to help.
Heart-warming tale from a gaming widow.
DLC sales much higher than iTunes.
Stocks low despite high price point.
It's by seventies band The Cars.
Coming to the US in July.
Judas Priest. Then The Cars and Pixies.
Buys a boat, makes a video.
Harmonix disappoints Internet.
On the price, DLC and more. But mainly the price.
First cut-price deals pop up.
Available for your own set lists.
"We're not trying to rip anybody off."
It's not going to come cheap.
Timed Xbox 360 exclusive.
No multiplayer or downloadable tracks.
6 million DLC songs sold.
Blur, Oasis, Die Toten Hosen.
Keyboard peripheral "may happen".
Harmonix pays tribute to, er, itself.
Six tracks. But still no albums.
Elsewhere, Kim Swift says "Portal 2".
PaRappa creator after more than licenses.
Wii Fit, Home, Rock Band and more.
Not coming to Europe before April.
Pumpkins, Rush, another one.
But Country House still better.
More than 2.5m songs downloaded.
Yes, then no, says Xbox.com.
Bundled on coverdisk.
For PS3 guitar compatibility.
Iiiiiiit's The Better Than Halos!
To make GH guitars work.
The enemy makes friends.
Should support GH controllers.
New single could air in-game.
Well, being noisy does.
Rock Band dev says it's listening.
One original, two covers.
Time for something different.
Clever man hacks it.
Doesn't like GH3 Les Paul.
Dated and detailed, too.
But EA UK not confirming it.
Buy individually or in packs.
EA expecting big things.
One without plastic guitars.
Five decades' worth.
Blogs, ads, band pages, more.
Should only affect the US.
RedOctane, Harmonix improvise.
Wireless guitars sold separately.
Localised. On PS2. New tracks.
Around USD 500 million.
EA stamps on 2008 rumours.
Mainstream appeal under fire.
The PS3 comes of age?
Full-length album download.
What will you be getting for Christmas?
USD 199 "pure speculation".
The Who up first.
It's a hard rock life.
Modes and more songs revealed.
Be the next Pugwall.
Harmonix dismisses price cries.
Rock Band signs big guns.
Can't confirm USD 300 rumour.
Sing, strum and drum.