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      , players use special instrument controls to simulate the playing of lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals for rock and other songs. Players are awarded points by performing specific actions on the controllers to match notes that scroll on screen that correspond with the appropriate instrument. Successfully hitting notes increases the player’s scoring and performance meter, while missing too many notes will lower the performance meter and may cause the song to end prematurely. Songs can be played either by oneself, competitively with other players in several game modes, or cooperative with up to three other players in their own virtual band. Although traditionally a four-player band can have one player on each instrument, Guitar Hero 5 allows any four-player combination of these instruments to be used, such as a band composed of four drummers. Guitar Hero 5 is considered by its developers to be an expansion of the series into more “social play”, featuring modes such as Party Play, which allows players to drop in and out and change difficulty in the middle of a song without worrying about failing or losing points.[1] Guitar Hero 5 is distributed with 85 songs on-disc, many being from artists that have yet to have their music featured in a rhythm video game, and more than half having been published in the last decade. The setlist was considered the weakest part of the game; although it was praised for its diversity, critics believed that the widely varying genres represented would mean that players would not enjoy every song in the game. Guitar Hero 5 is the first game in the series to reuse content from previous Guitar Hero games. Most of the existing downloadable content for Guitar Hero World Tour can be reused in Guitar Hero 5 without additional cost, while for a small fee, players can import a selection of songs from Guitar Hero World Tour and Guitar Hero Smash Hits into Guitar Hero 5. Such content is incorporated into the main game modes. Critics praised the ability to reuse content from older games, but felt that more songs should have been transferable when the game was launched. Activision continues to support the game by providing approximately three new songs each week as downloadable content from the consoles’ respective online stores.

      Contents [hide]
      1 Main setlist
      2 Importable content
      3 Downloadable content
      4 References
      5 External links

      Main setlist
      Excluding its downloadable content, Guitar Hero 5 features 85 songs, all based on master recordings or live performances, from 83 musicians. Tracks from 30 artists represent their “music-rhythm video game debut”.[2] Game director Brian Bright has called the track list “fresh”; 25% of the songs were released in the last 18 months, and more than 50% from the current decade.[3] Unlike previous versions of the Guitar Hero series, in which players must work through a career mode to unlock all the songs in the game, all songs in Guitar Hero 5 are unlocked and are playable in any mode from the start.[4] However, a Career mode is presented in the game, similar to Guitar Hero: Metallica, in which players acquire a number of stars from their performances in earlier venues to unlock new venues. The song order within the venues remains the same regardless of the number of players or the instruments played. Venues are generally ordered by overall song difficulty; songs become more difficult in later venues.[5] Also, 69 of the songs will be importable into Band Hero for a nominal fee.[6]

      Critics appreciated many of Guitar Hero 5’s features, but found the soundtrack to be the weakest feature of the game. Matt Helgeson of Game Informer called the track list “extremely diverse”,[7] and Arthur Gies of GameSpy felt that the song selection was based on “careful consideration for the most part”, to avoid songs with short-lived appeal.[5] However, the variety of songs was found to also work against the game. Reviewers noted that players would find songs they liked, but at the same time, would find songs they loathed.[8] Erik Brudvig of IGN noted that while “the goal was to include a bit of everything”, the range of songs on the track list “ensure[s] that nobody will like everything on the disc”.[9] The soundtrack’s diversity also had an impact on the Career progression; while the guitar difficulty progression in the Career mode was considered better than in previous games, it left the vocals and drummer progression “all over the place”.[5]

      The songs in Guitar Hero 5’s track list are listed below, including the year of the song’s recording, song title, artist, venue where the song is played in the Career progression,[10] and whether or not the track is exportable for Band Hero or other future games.[11]

      Year Song Artist Career Venue Genre Exportable
      1984 2 Minutes to Midnight Iron Maiden 12 12. The Golden Gate Metal No
      1973 20th Century Boy T.Rex 08 8. Neon Oasis Glam Rock Yes
      1969 21st Century Schizoid Man King Crimson 14 14. Hypersphere Progressive Rock Yes
      2008 A-Punk Vampire Weekend 08 8. Neon Oasis Surf Rock Yes
      1967 All Along the Watchtower Bob Dylan 01 1. The 13th Rail Blues Rock No
      2006 All the Pretty Faces Killers The Killers 07 7. Guitarhenge Alternative Yes
      1976 American Girl Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 12 12. The Golden Gate Classic Rock No
      2009 Back Round Wolfmother 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Hard Rock Yes
      2001 Bleed American Jimmy Eat World 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Rock Yes
      2008 Blue Day Darker My Love 02 2. Club Boson Indie Rock Yes
      2005 Blue Orchid White Stripes The White Stripes 02 2. Club Boson Blues Rock Yes
      2007 Brianstorm Arctic Monkeys 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
      2009 Bring the Noise 20XX Public Enemy featuring Zakk Wylde 08 8. Neon Oasis Hip-Hop Yes
      1995 Bullet with Butterfly Wings Smashing Pumpkins The Smashing Pumpkins 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Alternative Yes
      2007 Cigarettes, Wedding Bands Band of Horses 03 3. Sideshow Southern Rock Yes
      1994 Comedown Bush 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Grunge Yes
      1982 Dancing with Myself Billy Idol 04 4. Angel’s Crypt New Wave No
      2002 Deadbolt Thrice 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
      2007 Demon(s) Darkest Hour 13 13. Fjord of Swords Death Metal Yes
      1995 Disconnected Face to Face 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Punk Rock Yes
      2008 Done with Everything, Die for Nothing Children of Bodom 13 13. Fjord of Swords Death Metal Yes
      1976 Do You Feel Like We Do? (Live) Peter Frampton 13 13. Fjord of Swords Classic Rock Yes
      1997 Du Hast Rammstein 08 8. Neon Oasis Industrial No
      2000 Ex-Girlfriend No Doubt 03 3. Sideshow Pop/Rock Yes
      1975 Fame David Bowie 03 3. Sideshow Classic Rock No
      2005 Feel Good Inc. Gorillaz 01 1. The 13th Rail Hip-Hop No
      2008 Gamma Ray Beck 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative Yes
      1992 Gratitude Beastie Boys 02 2. Club Boson Hip-Hop Yes
      1982 Hungry Like the Wolf Duran Duran 06 6. The Aqueduct New Wave Yes
      1982 Hurts So Good John Mellencamp 02 2. Club Boson Rock Yes
      2002 In My Place Coldplay 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative Yes
      2006 Incinerate Sonic Youth 10 10. Calavera Square Alternative No
      1996 In the Meantime Spacehog 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Alternative Yes
      1976 Jailbreak Thin Lizzy 06 6. The Aqueduct Hard Rock Yes
      2000 Judith A Perfect Circle 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
      2000 Kryptonite 3 Doors Down 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Southern Rock Yes
      2000 L.A. Elliott Smith 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Indie Rock Yes
      1992 Lithium (Live) Nirvana 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge Yes
      1981 Lonely Is the Night Billy Squier 07 7. Guitarhenge Rock Yes
      1983 Looks That Kill Mötley Crüe 06 6. The Aqueduct Metal Yes
      1993 Lust for Life (Live) Iggy Pop 13 13. Fjord of Swords Punk Yes
      2008 Maiden, Mother & Crone Sword The Sword 10 10. Calavera Square Hard Rock Yes
      2007 Make It wit Chu Queens of the Stone Age 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Blues Rock Yes
      2009 Medicate AFI 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Rock Yes
      2008 Mirror People Love and Rockets 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Alternative Yes
      1992 Nearly Lost You Screaming Trees 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge No
      2008 Never Miss a Beat Kaiser Chiefs 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Indie Rock Yes
      1993 No One to Depend On (Live) Santana 10 10. Calavera Square Classic Rock Yes
      2003 One Big Holiday My Morning Jacket 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Indie Rock Yes
      1995 Only Happy When It Rains Garbage 02 2. Club Boson Pop/Rock Yes
      1976 Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry 03 3. Sideshow Funk No
      2001 Plug In Baby Muse 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Alternative No
      1987 Ring of Fire Johnny Cash 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Country Yes
      2001 The Rock Show Blink-182 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Punk Yes
      1989 Runnin’ Down a Dream Tom Petty 10 10. Calavera Square Rock No
      1973 Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting Elton John 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Classic Rock Yes
      2008 Scatterbrain (Live) Jeff Beck 13 13. Fjord of Swords Progressive Rock Yes
      2008 Send a Little Love Token Duke Spirit The Duke Spirit 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Alternative Yes
      1994 Seven Sunny Day Real Estate 08 8. Neon Oasis Alternative Yes
      2008 Sex on Fire Kings of Leon 03 3. Sideshow Rock No
      2007 Shout It Out Loud Kiss 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Classic Rock Yes
      2008 Six Days a Week Bronx The Bronx 12 12. The Golden Gate Punk Yes
      1991 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge Yes
      2008 Sneak Out Rose Hill Drive 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Blues Rock Yes
      1978 So Lonely Police The Police 10 10. Calavera Square Rock Yes
      1997 Song 2 Blur 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative No
      2006 Sowing Season (Yeah) Brand New 02 2. Club Boson Indie Rock Yes
      1980 The Spirit of Radio (Live) Rush 13 13. Fjord of Swords Progressive Rock Yes
      2006 Steady, As She Goes Raconteurs The Raconteurs 02 2. Club Boson Blues Rock Yes
      2006 Streamline Woman Gov’t Mule 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Southern Rock Yes
      1978 Sultans of Swing Dire Straits 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Classic Rock Yes
      1972 Superstition Stevie Wonder 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Funk Yes
      1992 Sweating Bullets Megadeth 13 13. Fjord of Swords Metal Yes
      1968 Sympathy for the Devil Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones 01 1. The 13th Rail Blues Rock Yes
      2008 They Say Scars on Broadway 01 1. The 13th Rail Hard Rock Yes
      1982 Under Pressure Queen and David Bowie 03 3. Sideshow Rock No
      2008 Wannabe in L.A. Eagles of Death Metal 07 7. Guitarhenge Alternative Yes
      1973 We’re an American Band Grand Funk Railroad 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Classic Rock Yes
      1996 What I Got Sublime 08 8. Neon Oasis Surf Rock Yes
      1996 Why Bother? Weezer 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Punk No
      2006 Wolf Like Me TV on the Radio 10 10. Calavera Square Alternative Yes
      1999 Woman From Tokyo (’99 Remix) Deep Purple 03 3. Sideshow Hard Rock Yes
      2008 You and Me Attack! Attack! 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Pop/Rock Yes
      1986 You Give Love a Bad Name Bon Jovi 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Hard Rock Yes
      1998 Younk Funk Derek Trucks Band The Derek Trucks Band 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Funk Yes

      Importable content
      See also: List of songs in Guitar Hero World Tour, List of songs in Guitar Hero Smash Hits, and List of songs in Band Hero
      On release of Guitar Hero 5, 35 of the songs from World Tour and 21 from Smash Hits are importable into Guitar Hero 5 for a small fee (approximately $0.10 per song), and are treated as downloadable content for the game playable in all game modes; the World Tour export was available on release, while the Smash Hits export was available a few days afterwards.[12][13][14][15] Furthermore, 61 of the 65 tracks from Band Hero are importable into Guitar Hero 5.[6] All transferred songs are also playable in Band Hero.[12] However, Guitar Hero 5 is not backwards-compatible with World Tour.[16] The transfer process requires the player to enter a unique code from the World Tour or Smash Hits manual to be able to redownload available songs in a pack (on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3) or individual songs (on the Wii) that have been updated to include the new features. Players on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 can delete individual songs after downloading the pack.[17][18] Some songs are not transferable because of licensing issues—not technical issues—according to Bright.[19] Tim Riley, the head of music licensing at Activision, stated that the company will continue to seek licenses for more songs from previous games and downloadable content to be exported into Guitar Hero 5, but cannot guarantee that these songs will be licensed for future Guitar Hero games.[12] While reviewers appreciated Activision’s efforts to allow the importing of songs from previous games,[9] they felt that the small number of tracks that were available at launch was at odds with the impression that Activision had made of the process before the game’s release.[5][20]

      Downloadable content
      See also: Downloadable content for Guitar Hero World Tour
      Guitar Hero 5 supports downloadable content; the first songs were made available shortly after the game’s release. In addition, 152 of the 158 available downloadable songs for Guitar Hero World Tour are forward-compatible with Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero; the existing content is automatically upgraded to include all features new to these games and was immediately available to players upon release of Guitar Hero 5.[2][12][21] Downloaded songs can be used in all game modes, provided all players have the song, including in the game’s Career mode when players are given the option to select any song to play. The entire Guitar Hero 5 DLC library is also available in Band Hero, and vice versa, so both games embrace the same DLC library.

      Year Song title Artist Pack name Genre Release date
      1969 Prodigal Son (Live) The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones Live Track Pack[22] Rock 2009-09-03 September 3, 2009
      1969 You Gotta Move (Live) IM HOMOSEXUAL WENER HEAD

      • poochdog says:

        , players use special instrument controls to simulate the playing of lead and bass guitar, drums, and vocals for rock and other songs. Players are awarded points by performing specific actions on the controllers to match notes that scroll on screen that correspond with the appropriate instrument. Successfully hitting notes increases the player’s scoring and performance meter, while missing too many notes will lower the performance meter and may cause the song to end prematurely. Songs can be played either by oneself, competitively with other players in several game modes, or cooperative with up to three other players in their own virtual band. Although traditionally a four-player band can have one player on each instrument, Guitar Hero 5 allows any four-player combination of these instruments to be used, such as a band composed of four drummers. Guitar Hero 5 is considered by its developers to be an expansion of the series into more “social play”, featuring modes such as Party Play, which allows players to drop in and out and change difficulty in the middle of a song without worrying about failing or losing points.[1] Guitar Hero 5 is distributed with 85 songs on-disc, many being from artists that have yet to have their music featured in a rhythm video game, and more than half having been published in the last decade. The setlist was considered the weakest part of the game; although it was praised for its diversity, critics believed that the widely varying genres represented would mean that players would not enjoy every song in the game. Guitar Hero 5 is the first game in the series to reuse content from previous Guitar Hero games. Most of the existing downloadable content for Guitar Hero World Tour can be reused in Guitar Hero 5 without additional cost, while for a small fee, players can import a selection of songs from Guitar Hero World Tour and Guitar Hero Smash Hits into Guitar Hero 5. Such content is incorporated into the main game modes. Critics praised the ability to reuse content from older games, but felt that more songs should have been transferable when the game was launched. Activision continues to support the game by providing approximately three new songs each week as downloadable content from the consoles’ respective online stores.

        Contents [hide]
        1 Main setlist
        2 Importable content
        3 Downloadable content
        4 References
        5 External links

        Main setlist
        Excluding its downloadable content, Guitar Hero 5 features 85 songs, all based on master recordings or live performances, from 83 musicians. Tracks from 30 artists represent their “music-rhythm video game debut”.[2] Game director Brian Bright has called the track list “fresh”; 25% of the songs were released in the last 18 months, and more than 50% from the current decade.[3] Unlike previous versions of the Guitar Hero series, in which players must work through a career mode to unlock all the songs in the game, all songs in Guitar Hero 5 are unlocked and are playable in any mode from the start.[4] However, a Career mode is presented in the game, similar to Guitar Hero: Metallica, in which players acquire a number of stars from their performances in earlier venues to unlock new venues. The song order within the venues remains the same regardless of the number of players or the instruments played. Venues are generally ordered by overall song difficulty; songs become more difficult in later venues.[5] Also, 69 of the songs will be importable into Band Hero for a nominal fee.[6]

        Critics appreciated many of Guitar Hero 5’s features, but found the soundtrack to be the weakest feature of the game. Matt Helgeson of Game Informer called the track list “extremely diverse”,[7] and Arthur Gies of GameSpy felt that the song selection was based on “careful consideration for the most part”, to avoid songs with short-lived appeal.[5] However, the variety of songs was found to also work against the game. Reviewers noted that players would find songs they liked, but at the same time, would find songs they loathed.[8] Erik Brudvig of IGN noted that while “the goal was to include a bit of everything”, the range of songs on the track list “ensure[s] that nobody will like everything on the disc”.[9] The soundtrack’s diversity also had an impact on the Career progression; while the guitar difficulty progression in the Career mode was considered better than in previous games, it left the vocals and drummer progression “all over the place”.[5]

        The songs in Guitar Hero 5’s track list are listed below, including the year of the song’s recording, song title, artist, venue where the song is played in the Career progression,[10] and whether or not the track is exportable for Band Hero or other future games.[11]

        Year Song Artist Career Venue Genre Exportable
        1984 2 Minutes to Midnight Iron Maiden 12 12. The Golden Gate Metal No
        1973 20th Century Boy T.Rex 08 8. Neon Oasis Glam Rock Yes
        1969 21st Century Schizoid Man King Crimson 14 14. Hypersphere Progressive Rock Yes
        2008 A-Punk Vampire Weekend 08 8. Neon Oasis Surf Rock Yes
        1967 All Along the Watchtower Bob Dylan 01 1. The 13th Rail Blues Rock No
        2006 All the Pretty Faces Killers The Killers 07 7. Guitarhenge Alternative Yes
        1976 American Girl Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 12 12. The Golden Gate Classic Rock No
        2009 Back Round Wolfmother 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Hard Rock Yes
        2001 Bleed American Jimmy Eat World 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Rock Yes
        2008 Blue Day Darker My Love 02 2. Club Boson Indie Rock Yes
        2005 Blue Orchid White Stripes The White Stripes 02 2. Club Boson Blues Rock Yes
        2007 Brianstorm Arctic Monkeys 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
        2009 Bring the Noise 20XX Public Enemy featuring Zakk Wylde 08 8. Neon Oasis Hip-Hop Yes
        1995 Bullet with Butterfly Wings Smashing Pumpkins The Smashing Pumpkins 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Alternative Yes
        2007 Cigarettes, Wedding Bands Band of Horses 03 3. Sideshow Southern Rock Yes
        1994 Comedown Bush 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Grunge Yes
        1982 Dancing with Myself Billy Idol 04 4. Angel’s Crypt New Wave No
        2002 Deadbolt Thrice 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
        2007 Demon(s) Darkest Hour 13 13. Fjord of Swords Death Metal Yes
        1995 Disconnected Face to Face 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Punk Rock Yes
        2008 Done with Everything, Die for Nothing Children of Bodom 13 13. Fjord of Swords Death Metal Yes
        1976 Do You Feel Like We Do? (Live) Peter Frampton 13 13. Fjord of Swords Classic Rock Yes
        1997 Du Hast Rammstein 08 8. Neon Oasis Industrial No
        2000 Ex-Girlfriend No Doubt 03 3. Sideshow Pop/Rock Yes
        1975 Fame David Bowie 03 3. Sideshow Classic Rock No
        2005 Feel Good Inc. Gorillaz 01 1. The 13th Rail Hip-Hop No
        2008 Gamma Ray Beck 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative Yes
        1992 Gratitude Beastie Boys 02 2. Club Boson Hip-Hop Yes
        1982 Hungry Like the Wolf Duran Duran 06 6. The Aqueduct New Wave Yes
        1982 Hurts So Good John Mellencamp 02 2. Club Boson Rock Yes
        2002 In My Place Coldplay 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative Yes
        2006 Incinerate Sonic Youth 10 10. Calavera Square Alternative No
        1996 In the Meantime Spacehog 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Alternative Yes
        1976 Jailbreak Thin Lizzy 06 6. The Aqueduct Hard Rock Yes
        2000 Judith A Perfect Circle 12 12. The Golden Gate Alternative Yes
        2000 Kryptonite 3 Doors Down 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Southern Rock Yes
        2000 L.A. Elliott Smith 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Indie Rock Yes
        1992 Lithium (Live) Nirvana 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge Yes
        1981 Lonely Is the Night Billy Squier 07 7. Guitarhenge Rock Yes
        1983 Looks That Kill Mötley Crüe 06 6. The Aqueduct Metal Yes
        1993 Lust for Life (Live) Iggy Pop 13 13. Fjord of Swords Punk Yes
        2008 Maiden, Mother & Crone Sword The Sword 10 10. Calavera Square Hard Rock Yes
        2007 Make It wit Chu Queens of the Stone Age 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Blues Rock Yes
        2009 Medicate AFI 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Rock Yes
        2008 Mirror People Love and Rockets 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Alternative Yes
        1992 Nearly Lost You Screaming Trees 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge No
        2008 Never Miss a Beat Kaiser Chiefs 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Indie Rock Yes
        1993 No One to Depend On (Live) Santana 10 10. Calavera Square Classic Rock Yes
        2003 One Big Holiday My Morning Jacket 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Indie Rock Yes
        1995 Only Happy When It Rains Garbage 02 2. Club Boson Pop/Rock Yes
        1976 Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry 03 3. Sideshow Funk No
        2001 Plug In Baby Muse 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Alternative No
        1987 Ring of Fire Johnny Cash 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Country Yes
        2001 The Rock Show Blink-182 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Punk Yes
        1989 Runnin’ Down a Dream Tom Petty 10 10. Calavera Square Rock No
        1973 Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting Elton John 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Classic Rock Yes
        2008 Scatterbrain (Live) Jeff Beck 13 13. Fjord of Swords Progressive Rock Yes
        2008 Send a Little Love Token Duke Spirit The Duke Spirit 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Alternative Yes
        1994 Seven Sunny Day Real Estate 08 8. Neon Oasis Alternative Yes
        2008 Sex on Fire Kings of Leon 03 3. Sideshow Rock No
        2007 Shout It Out Loud Kiss 04 4. Angel’s Crypt Classic Rock Yes
        2008 Six Days a Week Bronx The Bronx 12 12. The Golden Gate Punk Yes
        1991 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana 07 7. Guitarhenge Grunge Yes
        2008 Sneak Out Rose Hill Drive 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Blues Rock Yes
        1978 So Lonely Police The Police 10 10. Calavera Square Rock Yes
        1997 Song 2 Blur 01 1. The 13th Rail Alternative No
        2006 Sowing Season (Yeah) Brand New 02 2. Club Boson Indie Rock Yes
        1980 The Spirit of Radio (Live) Rush 13 13. Fjord of Swords Progressive Rock Yes
        2006 Steady, As She Goes Raconteurs The Raconteurs 02 2. Club Boson Blues Rock Yes
        2006 Streamline Woman Gov’t Mule 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Southern Rock Yes
        1978 Sultans of Swing Dire Straits 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Classic Rock Yes
        1972 Superstition Stevie Wonder 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Funk Yes
        1992 Sweating Bullets Megadeth 13 13. Fjord of Swords Metal Yes
        1968 Sympathy for the Devil Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones 01 1. The 13th Rail Blues Rock Yes
        2008 They Say Scars on Broadway 01 1. The 13th Rail Hard Rock Yes
        1982 Under Pressure Queen and David Bowie 03 3. Sideshow Rock No
        2008 Wannabe in L.A. Eagles of Death Metal 07 7. Guitarhenge Alternative Yes
        1973 We’re an American Band Grand Funk Railroad 09 9. Electric Honky Tonk Classic Rock Yes
        1996 What I Got Sublime 08 8. Neon Oasis Surf Rock Yes
        1996 Why Bother? Weezer 06 6. The Aqueduct Pop/Punk No
        2006 Wolf Like Me TV on the Radio 10 10. Calavera Square Alternative Yes
        1999 Woman From Tokyo (’99 Remix) Deep Purple 03 3. Sideshow Hard Rock Yes
        2008 You and Me Attack! Attack! 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Pop/Rock Yes
        1986 You Give Love a Bad Name Bon Jovi 05 5. O’Connell’s Corner Hard Rock Yes
        1998 Younk Funk Derek Trucks Band The Derek Trucks Band 11 11. Cairo Bazaar Funk Yes

        Importable content
        See also: List of songs in Guitar Hero World Tour, List of songs in Guitar Hero Smash Hits, and List of songs in Band Hero
        On release of Guitar Hero 5, 35 of the songs from World Tour and 21 from Smash Hits are importable into Guitar Hero 5 for a small fee (approximately $0.10 per song), and are treated as downloadable content for the game playable in all game modes; the World Tour export was available on release, while the Smash Hits export was available a few days afterwards.[12][13][14][15] Furthermore, 61 of the 65 tracks from Band Hero are importable into Guitar Hero 5.[6] All transferred songs are also playable in Band Hero.[12] However, Guitar Hero 5 is not backwards-compatible with World Tour.[16] The transfer process requires the player to enter a unique code from the World Tour or Smash Hits manual to be able to redownload available songs in a pack (on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3) or individual songs (on the Wii) that have been updated to include the new features. Players on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 can delete individual songs after downloading the pack.[17][18] Some songs are not transferable because of licensing issues—not technical issues—according to Bright.[19] Tim Riley, the head of music licensing at Activision, stated that the company will continue to seek licenses for more songs from previous games and downloadable content to be exported into Guitar Hero 5, but cannot guarantee that these songs will be licensed for future Guitar Hero games.[12] While reviewers appreciated Activision’s efforts to allow the importing of songs from previous games,[9] they felt that the small number of tracks that were available at launch was at odds with the impression that Activision had made of the process before the game’s release.[5][20]

        Downloadable content
        See also: Downloadable content for Guitar Hero World Tour
        Guitar Hero 5 supports downloadable content; the first songs were made available shortly after the game’s release. In addition, 152 of the 158 available downloadable songs for Guitar Hero World Tour are forward-compatible with Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero; the existing content is automatically upgraded to include all features new to these games and was immediately available to players upon release of Guitar Hero 5.[2][12][21] Downloaded songs can be used in all game modes, provided all players have the song, including in the game’s Career mode when players are given the option to select any song to play. The entire Guitar Hero 5 DLC library is also available in Band Hero, and vice versa, so both games embrace the same DLC library.

        Year Song title Artist Pack name Genre Release date
        1969 Prodigal Son (Live) The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones Live Track Pack[22] Rock 2009-09-03 September 3, 2009
        1969 You Gotta Move (Live)
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  10. Money Man says:

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