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Upcoming GHWT DLC dated, detailed

Oasis! Nickelback! Silverchair! Barker!

Activision has laid out the Guitar Hero World Tour content arriving over Christmas and into January 2009.

Due tomorrow are "Use Me" by Hinder, "Because of You" by Nickelback and "Light it Up" by Rev Theory.

Then, from 8th January, is the Country Rock Track Pack, which contains "Me and My Gang" by Rascal Flatts, "Ticks" by Brad Paisley and "Hillbilly Deluxe" by Brooks & Dunns.

Drummer Travis Barker, whose likeness is in the game, shows up next on 15th January. Three of his songs - "What's My Age Again", "Lycanthrope" and "Low" - are up for grabs.

A week later, on 22nd January, things turn Australian with "Tomorrow" by Silverchair, "Dimension" by Wolfmother and "Outtathaway!" by The Vines.

Oasis rounds out the month with the full Dig Out Your Soul album on 29th January. Joining existing downloadable tracks "Bag it Up", "Waiting for the Rapture" and "The Shock of the Lightning" are "The Turning", "I'm Outta Time", "(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady", "Falling Down", "To Be Where There's Life", "Ain't Got Nothin", "The Nature of Reality" and "Soldier On."

That album will cost 1520 Microsoft Points (GBP 19.20 / EUR 18.24) on Xbox Live, or USD 18.99 from the PlayStation Store - European price not mentioned.

Each of the above track packs sell for 440 MSP (GBP 3.74 / EUR 5.28) or USD 5.49, with individual songs priced at 160 MSP (GBP 1.36 / EUR 1.92), USD 1.99, or 200 Wii Points (GBP 1.40 / EUR 2).

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