We’re bringing you party fodder for your DLC collection! Next week, “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”, which reached No. 2 in the United States and No. 1 in the United Kingdom and Australia, off the 1982 album Kissing to Be Clever from new wave band Culture Club and “Working for the Weekend”, the 1981 No. 2 hit from Loverboy’s Get Lucky, will both be available for download in the Rock Band 3 Music Store.
Additionally, two songs – “Stash” and “Tweezer” – from jam band Phish’s 1992 album A Picture of Nectar, “From Out of Nowhere” from rockers Faith No More’s 1989 release The Real Thing and “Big Bang Baby” from alternative rockers Stone Temple Pilots’ 1996 release Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop will also be available next week.
As always, songs available as downloadable content for Rock Band 3 feature five-button guitar and bass parts, drums, Pro Drums, and keys, Pro Keys and harmonies, where applicable. Some songs also feature Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrades available for an additional $0.99 upgrade download.
Available on Xbox 360, Wii, and PlayStation 3* May 3
- Culture Club – “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”
- Faith No More – “From Out of Nowhere”
- Loverboy – “Working for the Weekend” X
- Phish – “Stash” X
- Phish – “Tweezer”
- Stone Temple Pilots – “Big Bang Baby” X
*Due to ongoing PSN outages beyond our control, Rock Band content may be delayed. We’re working with Sony to ensure that content will be delivered as soon as PSN is available.
These tracks will be available for purchase as individual tracks on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $1.99 each, and Wii for $2.00. Tracks marked with “X” will include Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions for $0.99 per song. For more information about Pro Guitar and Pro Bass upgrades, visit our support section. Rock Band 3 Pro Mode requires Rock Band Pro-compatible instrument controllers.
To discuss this DLC, please visit the official discussion thread in the Rock Band forums.