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Rock Band 2 - Xbox 360 (Game only)

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Rock Band 2 - Vidoe Game XBOX 360


Continue Your Rock and Roll Fantasy

Rock Band 2 lets you and your friends take your band on an even more expansive and immersive world tour - in person or online - and continue your rock and roll fantasy.

Harmonix, deliver Rock Band 2, the next step to the platform that lets audiences of all ages interact with music in an all-new way. Rock Band 2 lets players vicariously jam out as some of the best guitarists, bassists, drummers and singers of all time.

Featuring a track list with more than 100 on-disc and downloadable tracks from some of the most hallowed bands of the rock pantheon, Rock Band 2 by challenges rockers to master lead guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals.

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Key Features

  • Take your band on an online-enabled World Tour mode, record albums, tackle the addictive Set Challenges, or even compete against other bands, either in your living room or halfway across the world, in the "Battle of the Bands" mode... plus all of the modes you know and love from the first Rock Band game!
  • Compatible with ALL past and future downloadable content - even tracks you downloaded for Rock Band back in 2007 - so you can play a never-ending, face-melting set.
  • Rock Band 2 pushes music simulation farther than it’s ever gone with a tool that actually teaches you how to play the drums in real life - or you can just have fun jamming and playing along to songs like an animal in the Freestyle Drum mode.

Track List

  • Abnormality - "Visions"
  • AC/DC - "Let There Be Rock"
  • AFI - "Girl's Not Grey"
  • Alanis Morissette - "You Oughta Know"
  • Alice in Chains - "Man in the Box"
  • Allman Brothers - "Ramblin' Man"
  • Anarchy Club - "Get Clean"
  • Avenged Sevenfold - "Almost Easy"
  • Bad Company - "Shooting Star"
  • Bang Camaro - "Night Lies"
  • Beastie Boys - "So Watcha Want"
  • Beck - "E-pro"
  • Bikini Kill - "Rebel Girl"
  • Billy Idol - "White Wedding Pt. I "
  • Blondie - "One Way or Another"
  • Bob Dylan - "Tangled Up in Blue"
  • Bon Jovi - "Livin' on a Prayer"
  • Breaking Wheel - "Shoulder to the Plow"
  • Cheap Trick - "Hello There"
  • Devo - "Uncontrollable Urge"
  • Dinosaur Jr. - "Feel the Pain"
  • Disturbed - "Down with the Sickness"
  • Dream Theater - "Panic Attack "
  • Duran Duran - "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  • Elvis Costello - "Pump it Up"
  • Fleetwood Mac - "Go Your Own Way"
  • Foo Fighters - "Everlong "
  • Guns N' Roses - "Shackler's Revenge"
  • Interpol - "PDA"
  • Jane's Addiction - "Mountain Song"
  • Jethro Tull - "Aqualung"
  • Jimmy Eat World - "The Middle"
  • Joan Jett - "Bad Reputation"
  • Journey - "Anyway You Want It"
  • Judas Priest - "Painkiller"
  • Kansas - "Carry On Wayward Son"
  • L7 - "Pretend We're Dead"
  • Lacuna Coil - "Our Truth"
  • Libyans - "Neighborhood"
  • Linkin Park - "One Step Closer"
  • Lit - "My Own Worst Enemy"
  • Lush - "De-Luxe"
  • Mastodon - "Colony of Birchmen"
  • Megadeth - "Peace Sells"
  • Metallica - "Battery"
  • Mighty Mighty Bosstones - "Where'd You Go"
  • Modest Mouse - "Float On"
  • Motorhead - "Ace of Spades "
  • Nirvana - "Drain You"
  • Norman Greenbaum - "Spirit in the Sky "
  • Panic at the Disco - "Nine in the Afternoon"
  • Paramore - "That's What You Get"
  • Pearl Jam - "Alive"
  • Presidents of the United States of America - "Lump"
  • Rage Against the Machine - "Testify"
  • Ratt - "Round & Round"
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Give it Away "
  • Rise Against - "Give it All"
  • Rush - "The Trees"
  • Silversun Pickups - "Lazy Eye"
  • Smashing Pumpkins - "Today"
  • Social Distortion - "I Was Wrong"
  • Sonic Youth - "Teenage Riot"
  • Soundgarden - "Spoonman"
  • Speck - "Conventional Lover"
  • Squeeze - "Cool for Cats"
  • Steely Dan - "Bodhitsattva"
  • Steve Miller Band - "Rock'n Me"
  • Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger"
  • System of a Down - "Chop Suey "
  • Talking Heads - "Psycho Killer"
  • Tenacious D - "Master Exploder"
  • Testament - "Souls of Black"
  • That Handsome Devil - "Rob the Prez-o-Dent"
  • The Donnas - "New Kid in School"
  • The Go-Go's - "We Got the Beat"
  • The Grateful Dead - "Alabama Getaway"
  • The Guess Who - "American Woman"
  • The Main Drag - "A Jagged Gorgeous Winter"
  • The Muffs - "Kids in America "
  • The Offspring - "Come Out & Play"
  • The Replacements - "Alex Chilton"
  • The Sterns - "Supreme Girl"
  • The Who - "Pinball Wizard "
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Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Game only
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  • ASIN: B001BX6JUA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 14, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,658 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Terry Mesnard VINE VOICE on September 29, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Game only
The prime difference between what the folks at Harmonix and the people at Neversoft/RedOctane are doing with their perspective games comes down to very important semantics. Neversoft's Guitar Hero series is a franchise. Harmonix's Rock Band is a platform. It's a huge distinction and the truth is that Rock Band's method benefits the consumers a lot more.

So when you're purchasing Rock Band 2, you'll getting a lot more value than you can imagine. Sure there's the 84 song (all master cuts) list and the 20 additional free bonus songs coming really soon, but what's important to note is the promise that Harmonix is keeping with: Rock Band is a platform, meaning every song under the Rock Band umbrella (with a few unfortunate nixes) will work with their games. So not only do all the songs you've been downloading for a year work, but also all but three songs in Rock Band 1 can be ripped to your hard drive (for a nominal $5 for licensing fees). This is a phenomenal value that values the customer more than paying for individual "expansion" packs that have no connectivity to one another. Platform versus franchise.

Alright, so there's a huge value here. But once you dig into the actual game, there's some good and some blah. Harmonix revamped the touring mode so that, regardless of playing single or multi, you have one World Tour. Previously, songs unlocked in solo play would show up in the multiplayer; here, though, regardless of whether you're playing by yourself or with friends, you're unlocking songs as you travel throughout the world. It's a lot more fun and emphasizes group play.

One of the issues I've run into is that the people I play Rock Band with aren't the best of players.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By JFin VINE VOICE on September 18, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Game only
vs. Rock Band 1:
Rock Band 2 doesn't add too many features, but the new challenges and especially the drum trainer are great. In the first Rock Band game I constantly ran into patterns on songs I was completely unfamiliar with. I could either fail the song over and over, or hit practice mode. But either way, I'd likely be ill-prepared for the next song. The drum trainer lets you practice pure rudiments, basics that many patterns in the songs are built from. Plus, you get to feel like you are actually learning how to play an instrument (and unlike guitar, you are).
However, my favorite feature is the new World Tour mode, despite having only minor changes from Rock Band 1. Now you can use any members for a band at any time, which actually was the reason my wife stopped playing and I just played on the solo mode (which is now gone unfortuantely). Aside from the missing solo mode, a minor difference (and not so practical now that I have a couple hundred songs), Rock Band 2 really does a great job of upgrading and adding new features.

The library of songs added in Rock Band 2 is great. I think just about anybody could find 20 songs on the list they like, probably many more. The list is pretty ecclectic, so I doubt anybody will be a fan of each and every song, but it's definitely a solid list with all master recordings and mainly big names. Of course the sheer volume, 104 songs (including those yet to be released) plus all the downloadable songs you can buy and those in Rock Band 1 are the biggest draw.

Rock Band 2 doesn't mess with what Rock Band 1 did right and simply refines the experience and beefs up the content.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mushroom Samba~ on September 18, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Game only
RB2 doesn't stray too far from the formula that made RB1 so fun and successful. So for the sake of brevity I'm only going to focus on what has been changed.

There are of course many new songs which keeps this game fresh, that is easily the most obvious change from RB1 to RB2. Besides that some of the gameplay modes have been tweaked and some new elements added.

World tour mode can now be played any way you like it. You can play solo, local with buddies, or on Live. To make this new freedom functional the band leader restriction has been removed, so you can play with whoever is around with whichever band you like. No need to go creating new bands when dongman420[this is a fake name ... I hope] isn't available for a gaming session. The inclusion of online world tour is easily the biggest draw, and it's one of those features that really makes you wonder how you ever lived without it in RB1. Too much fun.

There is also a battle of the bands mode, which is exactly what it sounds like [band vs. band], and something called tour challenges. Tour challenges generate random setlists from your library of "hard" songs, although they may not actually be all that tough. The setlists are culled from all of your content, including downloaded songs and imported RB1 tracks, which is a nice treat. It's a neat little feature that keeps gameplay fresh.

As a side note the track select screen is nearly identical to RB1's store screen, which is cool because you can see at a glance the difficulty of song per instrument. I also like that you get album info on each track in the form of a little cover art icon as well as the publishing year. A small change but a really nice touch.
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