http://www.gamezplay.org – The Green Day: Rock Band track list includes a collection of greatest hits and fan favorites, including two of the band’s most iconic albums: Dookie and American Idiot. A third album, 21st Century Breakdown, can also be played in its entirety when paired with the six tracks from that album already available as downloadable content in the Rock Band Music Store for Rock Band and Rock Band 2.
The 47 on-disc tracks are featured via three separate venues, each representing a different iconic period in the band’s remarkable career including:
The Warehouse: A fictional venue that captures the feel of early Green Day shows and performances.
“Having a Blast”
“When I Come Around”
“Welcome to Paradise”
“In the End”
Milton Keynes: The UK concert made famous by Green Day’s 2005 movie for “Bullet in a Bible”.
American Idiot (2004)
“She’s a Rebel”
“Jesus of Suburbia”
“Boulevard of Broken Dreams”
“Wake Me Up When September Ends”
“Are We the Waiting?”
“Give Me Novacaine”
“Hitchin’ a Ride”
“Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)”
“Nice Guys Finish Last”
The Fox Theater, Oakland: The place where Green Day performed an intimate show for the band’s most recent album.
21st Century Breakdown (2009)
“Song of the Century”
“¿Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl)”
“21st Century Breakdown”
“Restless Heart Syndrome”
“Before the Lobotomy”
“Horseshoes and Handgrenades”
“Last Night on Earth”
“The Static Age”
“See the Light”
The following tracks are already available in the Rock Band Music Library of downloadable content giving players the chance to complete the full 21st Century Breakdown album, view unique performances and venue visuals, and unlock exclusive collectible content!
“Last of the American Girls”
“Know Your Enemy”
“¡Viva La Gloria!”
“East Jesus Nowhere”
Green Day performs the end of “21st Century Breakdown” & “Know Your Enemy” for their 2010 21st Century Breakdown World Tour
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