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Guitar Hero Live’s New Songs Include The White Stripes, Iggy Pop, And Evanescence

For those addicted to Guitar Hero Live’s TV Mode, the new Premium Sets introduced this week have been announced. Premium Sets, which allow you to play select tracks before they are released to the general public a week later, are unlocked through either micro-transaction or completing select songs with qualifying scores. The following tracks are included in the Premium Sets this week:

“Rock Heroes”:

  • The White Stripes – “Seven Nation Army”
  • Iggy Pop – “Real Wild Child (Wild One)”
  • Leon Bridges – “Coming Home”

“Fresh For 2015”

  • Evanescence – “Going Under”
  • Bully – “Trying”
  • Lonely The Brave – “Victory Line”

They should be available to the general public next week. Speaking of which, last weeks Premium Sets (including the follow tracks) are now available in the catalog:

  • Fall Out Boy – “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”
  • Blink-182 – “First Date”
  • Paramore – “Monster”
  • American Authors – “Believer”
  • The 1975 – “Chocolate”
  • George Ezra – “Budapest”

Have you been hit with the Guitar Hero craze? What songs would you like to see on this list?

12 comments

  1. Jesus, last week’s pack was terrible. Even if you don’t take into account your personal opinion of the music itself, those tracks don’t sound like they’re any fun to play at all.

    Besides that, someday I’ll make a GH clone with an experimetal and avant-garde setlist. It will sell ten copies.

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    1. Surprisingly, Fall Out Boy and Blink 182 were a blast from the past. At least my past. I was into punk. Hot Topic was cool. I hope pictures of me from that time never surface to the internet.

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      1. Never would have guessed it. Still, I’d like to see more guitar wank-fests for the pros. They’re becoming less and less common with each entry of these games. Just anything that feels interesting to play with some difficulty.

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  2. I always forget a new Guitar Hero exists, then some article reminds me.. it’s strange really. I just considered these games a fad (which I was admittedly apart of.. who wasn’t?). I wonder if this even sold well. I rarely see any mention of it. Same for Rock Band..

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    1. I’m sure we will see come the end of the month, but I know of a decent amount of people who bought into Guitar Hero, at least.

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  3. Meh. If this was a Need for Speed or Grand Theft Auto game getting music packs like these, I’d gladly buy those up in a heart beat. So let me know when this is the case for those games. Oh wait. This is a Nintendo site so there won’t be any news of those games on here since they won’t be hitting Nintendo consoles for a very long time. So NVM!

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