Harmonix has announced that Rock Band 4 is getting more U2 tracks starting tomorrow, December 22. This may or may not be exciting news, depending on how you feel about U2, but the selection covers a range of U2’s albums, so hopefully there’s something for you either way.

The tracks are:

  • Sunday Bloody Sunday” – 1983
  • “Pride (In The Name Of Love)” – 1984
  • “Where The Streets Have No Name” – 1987
  • “Desire” – 1988
  • “One” – 1992
  • “Vertigo” – 2004
  • “California (There Is No End To Love)” – 2014
  • “The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)” – 2014

These tracks will join “I Will Follow” and “Cedarwood Road,” which are part of the core Rock Band 4 soundtrack. The full collection (above) will cost you $13.49, or you can pick and choose your favorites for $1.99 per song.

 

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