Rock Band Network has been in 2.0 mode for more than 3 months now, and some great tracks have been released.
I've really been enjoying reliable pro drums, vocal harmonies, and some of the funnest pro keys charts available in the platform. Here are some of the tracks with RBN 2.0 features that I've especially dug:
-Eiffel 65 - Blue (Da Ba Dee) A great way to kick off RBN 2.0. Silly and fun on keys.
-Anamanaguchi - Airbrushed What's a chiptune? I didn't know until I heard this great "instrumental"
-Quartered - Africa (RB3 Version) Great song, and deserved its pro drums update (now where's my updated Scale the Summit?)
-the Walkmen - Angela Surf City Technically no RBN 2.0 features 'sides pro drums. Still, great tune. Moar Walkmenz, plz!
-Ultra Saturday - Dawn of the Condoms I initially disregarded this song due to the ridiculous title, but it's fantastic! Like a catchier and less annoying Blink 182. And that bass solo at the end is hysterical. Zombies Are Coming Out Tonight is great too.
-Drugstore Fanatics - Hangman Not a lot of RBN 2.0 features, but just an amazing sounding song. I listened to it like 8 times in a row.
-the Pauses - Go North Great alterna-pop song in the vein of Rilo Kiley or maybe Metric. Easy but enjoyable on keys.
-the Motion Sick - 30 Lives Sweet and goofy song about the infamous Konami code. Very polished and sincere for a song that could easily have been mired in video game referencing goofiness.
Well, that's what I've purchased so far from RBN 2.0. What fantastic songs have you discovered since the update?
[Note: Ultra Saturday, Drugstore Fanatics, and Motion Sick are only buck apiece! Check 'em out!]