Guitar Hero owners will have an incredible month since Activision plans to deliver some super-high quality tracks from two of the most important names in the music industry: Queen and Jimi Hendrix, but also other downloadable tracks will hit the game.
On March 5, Guitar Hero World Tour’s global music library will continue to grow with three additional tracks from some of Europe’s greatest bands. The third European Track Pack, which includes the hit song “Break It Out” by Italian pop punk band Vanilla Sky and “In the Shadows” by one of Finland’s most successful bands, The Rasmus, will also contain “C’est Comme Ca” the top single from French pop rock duo Les Rita Mitsouko‘s 1986 album The No Comprendo.
Then, rockers from the Netherlands, Germany and Spain will also be contributing with tracks on March 19th: the Dutch Within Temptation with “What Have You Done,”, German punk band Die Toten Hosen, with their 1988 hit “Hier Kommt Alex” and Spanish rock band M-Clan with their classic song “Carolina.”
On March 19th, guitar legend Jimi Hendrix returns to Guitar Hero with an extraordinary three song Track Pack that will set fans fingers ablaze as they strive to keep up with his intense guitar riffs and insane solos. The Track Pack features “Freedom” and “Angel,” two hit singles off of his First Rays of the New Rising Sun album, and a one of a kind 1969 live from Woodstock recording of the classic “Foxey Lady.” Additionally, the songs from the first Jimi Hendrix Track Pack – “If 6 was 9,” “Little Wing” and “Fire” – will also be available on March 19th as downloadable singles for Wii.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Queen take center stage on March 26th with downloadable content for Guitar Hero World Tour. The three song Queen Track Pack contains some of the band’s most iconic tracks including the power ballad, “We Are The Champions,” as well as “Fat Bottomed Girls” from the 1978 album Jazz and “C-lebrity,” from their 2008 album with Paul Rodgers, The Cosmos Rocks.
On March 26th, Bond aficionados and Guitar Hero rockers alike will have another reason to celebrate as Guitar Hero World Tour releases a new recording of the classic James Bond theme song as downloadable content so yes, we can say that March will be a great month for Guitar Hero fans!