Beatles Rock Band, Remastered Catalog, Out Wednesday

Posted: Sep 7 2009, 12:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:08pm CDT, in Gaming


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Money can't buy you love, but it can buy you a ticket to the second great stage of Beatlemania. The Beatles: Rock Band, and the entire remastered discography will be available starting this Wednesday, September 9th. Harmonix and EMI music have just sent out the official press release for both of these big Beatles announcements.

This new Rock Band game will allow players to play along with 45 different Beatles songs, and in a variety of different venues made famous by the Fab Four. This new Rock Band also sees the introduction of the first songs to contain three-part harmonies. Hopefully this game mechanic will soon carry over to other versions of Rock Band.

In addition to the songs on the disk, three whole Beatle's albums will be made available for Rock Band purchase as well. Abbey Road, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, and Rubber Soul will all soon be available for download. Sadly mop top hair cuts, screaming fans, and massive quantities of LSD are not included in this release roll out.

If you're into Beatles but not into Rock Band, the complete re-mastered version of the Beatles discography will be available Wednesday as well. EMI spent four years working on this new release, and they've included a variety of never-before-seen photos, videos, liner notes, and a documentary in order to sweeten the deal. Sounds pretty groovy to me.

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