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DLC Playthrough for 8/23 (Incubus)
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DLC Playthrough for 8/23 (Incubus)

Arriving in the Rock Band library this week is a three-pack from alternative rockers Incubus. Below are playthrough videos of the DLC from the always awesome thenewnoelisoncruz. Definitely check out and subscribe to his YouTube channel!

Links to purchase DLC songs online at Xbox.com are included below for each track. All individual tracks are 160 MSP ($1.99). The “Incubus Pack 01” is available for 440 MSP ($5.49). Pro Guitar/Bass charts are noted below where applicable, and can be purchased for an additional $.99. Playthrough charts for Pro Guitar/Bass will be posted tomorrow.

Directly below is a playlist of all the DLC videos, followed by individual videos of each DLC track after the jump.

Incubus – Adolescents

Incubus – Pardon Me (Pro)

Incubus – Wish You Were Here

10 Responses to “DLC Playthrough for 8/23 (Incubus)”

  • Brandon Boyd says:

    I like this pack, overall.

  • Lowlander2 says:

    Yay, I’m in two of these vids!

  • citric_bullets says:

    The drummer needs to get a third cymbal. It’s way better with all three. It also confused me for a minute and made me think there was something wrong with the charting of the ride in Pardon Me.

  • pancho says:

    Sucks we didn’t get Megalomaniac this week.
    It pwns that we got Incubus this week, anyway.

  • Dustinator says:

    Really on the fence about picking up these tracks…..will check out the charts when I get home

  • Susan says:

    I was NOT expecting to like any of these.. bought because a friend liked.
    I like the drums on all of them, vocals on two of them!
    Guitar and bass were kind of meh…the charts weren’t impressive…

  • Shmoo says:

    Agreed that the charting is weak. Not the songs, the charting of those songs (e.g. on Hard there are so many non-charted notes it creates a disconnect with the music). Still worth it for drums/vocals to me.