Did you say you wanted new songs in Guitar Hero Live? Well someone must have, because Activision is dropping 34 new tracks on Wednesday, November 25.

28 of the tracks will be part of Guitar Hero TV’s on-demand tracklist, while the remaining six will be added to GHTV’s Premium Shows. The total tracklist will stand at 300 after the update. Guitar Hero TV mode is an always-on streaming channel of music videos that you can play along to.

Our reviewer Andrew Hayward loved Guitar Hero Live. It incorporates FMV footage of a crowd into your performances, and they react based on your performance. If you wanted a side of stage fright with your fun, Guitar Hero Live is where it’s at. On a serious note (ha!) he found Guitar Hero Live to have a deeply compelling single-player mode.

It’s rated T, which means some songs have audible expletives, sexual innuendo, or drug references.

The song list is below the cut.

Here are the 28 new songs:

Judas Priest – Living After Midnight

Amaranthe – Drop Dead Cynical

Primus – Jerry Was a Race Car Driver

Robert Palmer – Addicted To Love

Chevelle – Face To The Floor

Rage Against the Machine – Killing In The Name

Godsmack – 1000hp

Jack White – Sixteen Saltines

Sleeping With Sirens – If You Can’t Hang

Tenacious D – Rize of the Fenix

Walk The Moon – Shut Up And Dance

Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts – Modzilla

Audioslave – Like A Stone

Five Finger Death Punch – The House of the Rising Sun

Heart – What About Love?

Huey Lewis and the News – Heart and Soul

Great White – Rock Me

The Outfield – Your Love

Cinderella – Shake Me

Lower Than Atlantis – Here We Go

Neon Trees – I Love You (But I Hate Your Friends)

Rush – Fly By Night

Sammy Hagar – I Can’t Drive 55

The Amazing Snakeheads – Here It Comes Again

Jake Bugg – Slumville Sunrise

Kings of Leon – Supersoaker

R.E.M. – Shiny Happy People

The Glitch Mob – Can’t Kill Us

Plus, 6 new premium tracks:

Dance Meets Rock

Zedd – Stache

The Prodigy – Nasty

Knife Party – Centipede

On Tour 2015

Escape the Fate – Issues

Black Veil Brides – Heart of Fire

Atreyu – So Others May Live

Simone de Rochefort

Simone de Rochefort

Simone de Rochefort is a game journalist, writer, podcast host, and video producer who does a prolific amount of Stuff. You can find her on Twitter @doomquasar, and hear her weekly on tech podcast Rocket, as well as Pixelkin's Gaming With the Moms podcast. With Pixelkin she produces video content and devotes herself to Skylanders with terrifying abandon.