Ah, Rock Band . It's good fun for everyone. Well, maybe a few of the songs are a tad questionable for the younger folk, so they've decided to adopt the blocky LEGO exterior and provide the masses with a more family-oriented experience.
Enter LEGO Rock Band , which at first we all thought might be some sort of joke, but it proved accurate. It's set to launch next month – hot on the heals of the success of The Beatles: Rock Band – and it appears the full soundtrack has been revealed. As you can see, this list proves the game's demographic target, as it consists more of lighter (less potentially offensive) songs. We've got "Song 2" by Blur, "You Give Love a Bad Name" by Bon Jovi, "The Final Countdown" by Europe, "Breakout" by Foo Fighters, "I Want You Back" by the Jackson 5, "So What" by Pink, "We Are The Champions" by Queen, "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr., "Two Princes" by Spin Doctors, "Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty, and more. Check the full list through the link above; there are a grand total of 45 songs for this Rock Band production, and that's none too shabby. There's a separate track list there for the DS, just in case you plan on going portable with Nintendo's handheld. Rated "E" for "Everyone," they really mean to hone in on the younger audience that would really appreciate this LEGO effort.
The music genre has gone through the roof this generation, so don't think this will be the last of the versions or spin-offs or what-have-you. They're inevitable at this point.
Related Game(s): LEGO Rock Band