RBN DLC for 3/29 (360) and 4/3 (PS3)

by: Dan -
More On: Rock Band Network
Harmonix released a nice cross-section of musical genres on the Rock Band Network yesterday for the Xbox 360.  Included in the nine tracks were 8 different styles, including songs by Danny And the Lost Souls, Sunny Side Up, and Jason Charles Miller (lead vocalist and guitarist of Godhead).  Here is the complete Xbox 360 list:

Xbox 360 RBN Released on Thursday, 3/29/2012
Jason Charles Miller - "You Get What You Pay For" (160 MSP) - Country
Bikey ft. Dapper AJ - "No Shaking" (80 MSP) – Hip-Hop/Rap
The High Strung - "The Luck You Got" (160 MSP) – Indie Rock
Sweethammer - "Gypsy Rave Massacre Party 2" (80 MSP) – Pop/Dance/Electronic
Close Your Eyes - "Song for the Broken" (160 MSP) - Punk
Danny and the Lost Souls - "Soul Candy" (80 MSP) – R&B/Soul/Funk
Sunny Side Up - "She's Rad" (80 MSP) – Reggae/Ska
Joe Vikingo - "Todo lo que Pienso" (160 MSP) - Rock
Sworn To Oath - "Last Call" (80 MSP) – Rock

Effective April 3rd, PlayStation 3 RBN releases include the following songs:

PS3 RBN Releases for Tuesday, 4/3/2012 (North America)
Machinae Supremacy - "Indiscriminate Murder is Counter-Productive" ($1.99) - Metal
Rocket Ship Resort - "Starlight Speedway" ($0.99) - Pop/Dance/Electronic
White Wizzard - "Over the Top" ($1.99) - Metal
Jerry Naylor - "Tear It Up" ($1.99) - Rock
Buckner & Garcia - "Do the Donkey Kong" ($1.99) - Pop-Rock

In case you were wondering about the disparity of RBN songs released on the Xbox 360 vs. the PS3, this statement from Harmonix (and mentioned previously by our own Cyril) should provide full disclosure.

The Rock Band Network was developed upon Microsoft's XNA technology, and all RBN songs have 30-day exclusivity on the Xbox 360. However, select RBN 2.0 songs are submitted to the PS3 by Sony and Harmonix at the rate of 5 songs a week, as determined by factors such as popularity and community interest. To request future songs for the PS3, go to the forum thread here. We're always interested in hearing what songs our PS3 customers would enjoy!

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