This week, European fans of Activision’s Guitar Hero will feel great since the company announcement the release of new three-song track packs from popular bands in Europe, including Sportfreunde Stiller, BB Brunes or Fito Y Fitipaldis. An although it’s the first time I hear the names of these bands, I am sure they deliver high quality music – otherwise Activision wouldn’t had chosen them, right?

It’s interesting to note that the German Band Sportfreunde Stiller had a song called “’54, ’74, ’90, 2006” basically praising the national football team for winning the World Cup in 2006. However, since it did not happen, the band simply created a new song – “’54, ’74, ’90, 2010” and until the time comes to see if they were right or not, the track will be available in Guitar Hero, too.

Italian rock band Negrita with “Mama Mae” and French rock sensation BB Brunes with “Dis Moi” will join the Germans, will Swedish rock band Backyard Babies with Degenerated will be the headliners of the second Track Pack. The bad already has a single featured in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock, Minus Celsius, so if you enjoyed that track you’ll most likely enjoy this new one as well. Joining the Backyard Babies in the second three-song Track Pack are Spanish rockers Fito Y Fitipaldis with “Por La Boca Vive El Pez” and Netherlands’ beloved Di-Rect with “Johnny.”

Both Track Packs will be up for grabs for 440 MS Points, but you can also grab any song for 160 MS Points.