Guitar Hero 5 setlist partly revealed

Activision may be sprinting to capitalize on the peripheral-driven rhythm genre with this year's Guitar Hero 5, Guitar Hero: Van Halen, DJ Hero, and Band Hero, but it's foot-dragging when it comes to releasing setlists for those games. After initially revealing just six of the 85 songs featured in...

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Activision may be sprinting to capitalize on the peripheral-driven rhythm genre with this year's Guitar Hero 5, Guitar Hero: Van Halen, DJ Hero, and Band Hero, but it's foot-dragging when it comes to releasing setlists for those games. After initially revealing just six of the 85 songs featured in Guitar Hero 5, Activision last month released the entire list of artists in the game.

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Now the publisher is drawing the process out even further, today releasing another batch of new songs to be included on the game disc. The new tracks represent a variety of styles, from Guitar Hero veterans like David Bowie and Santana to relative newcomers like Vampire Weekend and Elliott Smith.

Guitar Hero 5 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and PlayStation 2 is set to ship to stores September 1. The list of new tracks revealed follows below:

ARTIST--SONG
Band of Horses--"Cigarettes, Wedding Bands"
Beastie Boys--"Gratitude"
Beck--"Gamma Ray"
Billy Squier--"Lonely is the Night"
Blur--"Song 2"
Children of Bodom--"Done With Everything, Die for Nothing"
Coldplay--"In My Place"
Darkest Hour--"Demon(s)"
David Bowie--"Fame"
Deep Purple--"Woman from Tokyo ('99 Remix)"
Elliott Smith--"L.A."
Iggy Pop--"Lust for Life (Live)"
Jeff Beck--"Scatterbrain (Live)"
John Mellencamp--"Hurts So Good"
Queens Of The Stone Age--"Make It Wit Chu"
Rose Hill Drive--"Sneak Out"
Santana--"No One to Depend on (Live)"
The Bronx--"Six Days a Week"
Thrice--"Deadbolt"
Vampire Weekend--"A-Punk"

Previously confirmed titles for the game include the following:

The Rolling Stones--"Sympathy for the Devil"
Bob Dylan--"All Along the Watchtower"
The White Stripes--"Blue Orchid"
Tom Petty--"Runnin' Down a Dream"
Johnny Cash--"Ring of Fire"
Kings of Leon--"Sex on Fire"
Wolfmother--"Back Round"

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