While the biggest pull for Rock Band 3 has to undoubtedly be the keyboards and Pro Guitar mode, the list of songs sure is no slouch. Actually, a good number of these seem destined to be crowd favorites (although most of those songs from the 2000s do nothing for me, /grumpyoldman) But the rest of the decades are covered amazingly well…. check out the full list that Harmonix/MTV just sent our way below, and enjoy the new trailer above.

2000s: Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
·         At the Drive-In, “One Armed Scissor”
·         Avenged Sevenfold, “The Beast & the Harlot”
·         Dover, “King George”
·         The Bronx, “False Alarm”
·         The Flaming Lips, “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1”
·         HIM (His Infernal Majesty), “Killing Loneliness”
·         Hypernova, “Viva La Resistance”
·         Ida Maria, “Oh My God”
·         Juanes, “Me Enamora”
·         Metric, “Combat Baby”
·         Paramore, “Misery Business”
·         Phoenix, “Lasso”
·         Poni Hoax, “Antibodies”
·         Pretty Girls Make Graves, “Something Bigger, Something Brighter”
·         Queens of the Stone Age, “No One Knows”
·         The Ravonettes, “Last Dance”
·         Rilo Kiley, “Portions for Foxes”
·         Riverboat Gamblers, “Don’t Bury Me…I’m Still Not Dead”
·         Slipknot, “Before I Forget”
·         The Sounds, “Living in America”
·         Tegan & Sara, “The Con”
·         Them Crooked Vultures, “Dead End Friends”
·         Tokio Hotel, “Humanoid”
·         The Vines, “Get Free”
·         The White Stripes, “The Hardest Button to Button”

1990s:

·         Faith No More, “Midlife Crisis”
·         Filter, “Hey Man, Nice Shot”
·         Jane’s Addiction, “Been Caught Stealing”
·         Maná, “Oye Mi Amor”
·         Marilyn Manson, “The Beautiful People”
·         The Muffs, “Outer Space”
·         Phish, “Llama”
·         Primus, “Jerry Was a Racecar Driver”
·         Rammstein, “Du Hast”
·         Smash Mouth, “Walkin’ On The Sun”
·         Spacehog, “In the Meantime”
·         Stone Temple Pilots, “Plush”
·         Swingin’ Utters, “This Bastard’s Life”


 
1980s:

·         Anthrax, “Caught in a Mosh”
·         Big Country, “In a Big Country”
·         The Cure, “Just Like Heaven”
·         Def Leppard, “Foolin’”
·         Devo, “Whip It”
·         Dio, “Rainbow in the Dark”
·         Dire Straits, “Walk of Life”
·         Echo & the Bunnymen, “The Killing Moon”
·         Huey Lewis and the News, “The Power of Love”
·         INXS, “Need You Tonight”
·         J. Geils Band, “Centerfold”
·         Joan Jett, “I Love Rock N’ Roll”
·         Night Ranger, “Sister Christian”
·         Ozzy Osbourne, “Crazy Train”
·         The Police, “Don’t Stand So Close to Me”
·         Roxette, “The Look”
·         The Smiths, “Stop Me if You Think You’ve Heard This One Before”
·         Tears for Fears, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World”
·         Whitesnake, “Here I Go Again”
 



1970s:

·         The B-52’s, “Rock Lobster”
·         Blondie, “Heart of Glass”
·         Bob Marley, “Get Up, Stand Up”
·         Chicago, “25 or 6 to 4”
·         Deep Purple, “Smoke on the Water”
·         Doobie Brothers, “China Grove”
·         Elton John, “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting”
·         Foreigner, “Cold As Ice”
·         Golden Earring, “Radar Love”
·         John Lennon, “Imagine”
·         Lynyrd Skynyrd, “Free Bird”
·         Queen, “Bohemian Rhapsody”
·         Ramones, “I Wanna Be Sedated”
·         Steve Miller Band, “Fly Like an Eagle”
·         T. Rex, “20th Century Boy”
·         Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “I Need to Know”
·         War, “Low Rider”
·         Warren Zevon, “Werewolves of London”
·         Yes, “Roundabout”

1960s:

·         Beach Boys, “Good Vibrations (Live)”
·         David Bowie, “Space Oddity”
·         The Doors, “Break on Through (To the Other Side)”
·         James Brown, “I Got You” (I Feel Good) – Alternate Studio Version
·         The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Crosstown Traffic”
·         The Who, “I Can See for Miles”

“The Rock Band 3 soundtrack represents the strongest, most diverse collection of music ever assembled for a video game,” said Paul DeGooyer, senior vice president of electronic games, music and programming for MTV Games. “The addition of keyboards and vocal harmonies to the Rock Band platform massively broadens the music selection available to our players. You haven’t sung Queen’s epic “Bohemian Rhapsody” unless you’ve sung the harmony parts – and you can’t do that unless you have Rock Band 3.”


Love that little dig at Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock there.

Rock Band 3 hits stores on October 26th in a variety of bundles, or just the standalone game if you’re sick of cluttering your house up with plastic instruments.