Rock Band 3 DS setlist jams out 25 songs

Harmonix announces every song for upcoming portable version of rhythm rock game; artists include Queen, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, INXS, Phoenix, Paramore, others.

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Last week the entire 83-song soundtrack for Rock Band 3 leaked, leading series developer Harmonix to fire back a tongue-in-cheek rebuttal that confirmed the prior leak. The same runaround won't be the case for the game's DS edition, as Harmonix today formally announced every song inside Rock Band DS.

Rock Band 3 for the DS rocks 26 songs deep.
Rock Band 3 for the DS rocks 26 songs deep.

The DS iteration of Rock Band 3 includes 25 songs from artists like The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Paramore, Phoenix, Whitesnake, and others.

The full list of artists and songs for the DS version of Rock Band 3 is below.

The B-52's--"Rock Lobster"
The Cure--"Just Like Heaven"
Doobie Brothers--"China Grove"
The Doors--"Break on Through (To the Other Side)"
Faith No More--"Midlife Crisis"
Foreigner--"Cold As Ice"
Ida Maria--"Oh My God"
INXS--"Need You Tonight"
Jane's Addiction--"Been Caught Stealing"
The Jimi Hendrix Experience--"Crosstown Traffic"
Joan Jett--"I Love Rock N' Roll"
Metric--"Combat Baby"
Night Ranger--"Sister Christian"
Ozzy Osbourne--"Crazy Train"
Paramore--"Misery Business"
Phoenix--"Lasso"
Queen--"Bohemian Rhapsody"
Rilo Kiley--"Portions for Foxes"
Roxette--"The Look"
Smash Mouth--"Walkin' on the Sun"
Tokio Hotel--"Humanoid"
The Vines--"Get Free"
Whitesnake--"Here I Go Again"
The White Stripes--"The Hardest Button to Button"
Yes--"Roundabout"

Rock Band 3 is due out on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo's Wii and DS on October 26. The title is the first in the series to include a keyboard peripheral and a 102-button functional guitar, though the DS version is not compatible with those add-ons. For more on Rock Band 3, check out GameSpot's hands-on preview.

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