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training guitarist/bassist pro guitarist

Drummer pro Drummer

KeyboarD pro Keys singers energy big roCK enDings personal menu

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road Challenge

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Create CharaCter

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IntroductIon

The world’s greatest music experience is more epic than ever before! Take your band to professional status with Rock Band

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3, featuring new modes, new gameplay, and

Pro instruments!

In addition to tons of new music, Rock Band

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3 features:

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All Instruments mode—Play with up to seven members in your band! That’s some stage presence.

` New Road Challenge mode—Begin the road trip of a lifetime as your 1-7 player band performs a set-list of songs and challenges.

` Rock Band Pro—An all new way to play a real instrument!

Rock Band that teaches you skills for playing

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New Keys—The addition of a keyboard and Pro Keys are perfect for rounding out your ideal band.

In addition to all of the new modes and experiences, there are even more exciting new features in Rock Band

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3:

` Songs from select Rock Band disc titles can be imported into Rock Band and most add-on content purchased for

Rock Band

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2 can be played without re-downloading.

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` Instantly switch between your characters from your personal menu.

` Auto-calibrate your game with the wireless Pro Guitars and Drums, or try the calibration chart (p. 9) for suggestions on how to get the ideal setup.

Personal menu—Each player can access their own personal menu to access characters, options, and more.

StartIng to rock

Complete Controls menu navigation

To navigate menus, press the

+Control Pad up/down to highlight an option, press the

A Button to open its submenu (if applicable), press the +Control Pad up/down again to highlight a selection, then press the

A Button to confirm.

www.rockband.com

www.facebook.com/RockBand www.twitter.com/RockBand

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Confirm

Screen-specific function

Cancel

Pause game

pro guitar Controller (sold separately)

To play professional level guitar, use the Wireless Fender™ Mustang™ PRO-GUITAR™

Controller. Pro Guitars play like a real six-string guitar. Numbered notes will come down the track and the number tells you what fret to press. Use your fretting hand to press down just behind the fret on the string the note is on. When the note crosses the bar on the bottom of the track, use your strumming hand to play the string. Notes and chords can show up on any of the six strings.

` The position wave helps you keep track of your fretting fi ngers’ locations. This is really helpful when playing chords.

Note: To enable Pro Guitar mode, you must be playing with one of the

Pro Guitar controllers.

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Pause game

+ Button

Wireless Fender™ stratoCaster™ guitar

Controller (sold separately)

To play guitar or bass, press and hold the fret buttons matching the notes you see coming down the track. When those notes cross the target at the bottom of the screen, hit the strum bar to play the note.

` Don’t forget, you can hold those fret buttons down in advance. Just like with a real guitar, it only makes noise if you strum.

Strum bar—Strum up/down to navigate menus and to hit notes in-game.

Yellow fret button

Green fret button

Solo buttons

Whammy bar—Press in/out on sustained notes to add your own style.

Pause game

5-way switch—Choose between wah-wah, flanger, echo (for guitar, or distortion for bass), chorus, or none.

Red fret button

Blue fret button

Orange fret button

Note: Tilt the controller neck upwards to go into Overdrive.

` For information on how to play the guitar in-game, see p. 11.

E string

A string

D string

Frets

E string

B string

G string

Back button

Note: Tilt the controller neck upwards to go into Overdrive.

` For information on how to play the Pro Guitar in-game, see p. 12.

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drums and pro drums (sold separately)

To play drums or Pro Drums, use your drumsticks to hit the pads that match the rhythm notes as they cross the target at the bottom of the track. Press your foot down on the kick pedal when you see wide, orange notes cross the target at the bottom of the track.

To enable Pro Drums, attach the Rock Band Cymbals (not shown - sold separately) and then go to the Options menu, select DRUM OPTIONS, and then enable Pro Drums.

Note: You must have at least one of the Rock Band Cymbals attached to enable

Pro Drums. However, to achieve the ultimate drum solo, you will definitely want to attach all three Rock Band Cymbals.

Red pad (tap to cancel selections, just like pressing the B Button)

Yellow pad (tap to navigate lists, just like pressing the

+

Control Pad up)

Blue pad (tap to navigate lists, just like pressing the

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Control Pad down)

Green pad (tap to confirm selections, just like pressing the

A

Button)

Pause game

Wireless keyboard (may be sold separately)

The Wireless Keyboard Controller is brand new to Rock Band

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3. Each of the five white keys from the C key to the G key, are used. The keys are displayed on the track, just like they are for guitar or bass. There’s a handy guide on the keyboard to show you where the keys are if you’re not an experienced musician.

Overdrive button

Back button

C key

D key

E key

F key

G key

pro keys

Pro Keys are played with the same Wireless Keyboard controller and allow you to play pitch accurate keyboard parts in Rock Band

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3. When playing the Pro Keys, 10 white keys are always shown onscreen. Press the corresponding key when it reaches the base of the track. Whenever a key is pushed down, the key lane will light up. This helps you keep your eyes on the screen and not on the Pro Keys controller.

Note: If you have multiple peripherals but only two USB ports, you may be able to expand your capabilities with a powered USB hub (not included). If your

Rock Band

® peripheral has a dongle that allows a USB passthrough, you may be able to attach multiple peripherals using only two USB connectors. Most, but not all, powered USB hubs may allow you to expand your capabilities, but you may need to consult the manufacturer if problems persist. Please remember to never “daisy chain” a

Rock Band

® dongle that has a USB passthrough into another Rock Band

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hub with a USB passthrough.

For examples of popular setups, please visit http://www.rockband.com/support.

Kick pedal (step on the pedal for screen-specific functions, just like pressing the - Button)

ImportANt Note: If you run out of USB ports while connecting Rock Band

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USB-compatible peripherals, you can use any USB hub for additional ports.

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options

To adjust options, select OPTIONS from your personal menu.

Select ALL INSTRUMENTS MODE to allow a guitarist, drummer, bassist, keyboardist, and three vocalists to all play at once.

` Select instrument-specific options to customize your chosen instrument.

` Select SYSTEM SETTINGS to adjust your audio, screen, calibration, and autosave settings.

` Select EXTRAS to view the Rock Band

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3 credits and link your account with rockband.com. To link your account, make sure you are signed into a profile and then select ACCOUNT-LINKING CODE to be given a code that you can use at

www.rockband.com. Additional Terms and Conditions apply.

` Select MODIFIERS to unlock special content – created especially for the true

Rock Band aficionado.

tv Calibration

Even the most novice musician should be able to pick up and play Rock Band

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3 right out of the box. In some cases, however, particularly with HDTV systems, the audio and video may play at different times, making it difficult to play the right note at the right time. If you are ready to blame your TV for your less-than-stellar musicianship, try calibrating your system.

To calibrate your system, select CALIBRATION from the System Settings in your personal menu. If you have a Rock Band

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3 Wireless Fender™ Stratocaster™

Guitar Controller, select CALIBRATE AUTOMATICALLY. If you don’t, or if you would prefer to calibrate manually, select CALIBRATE MANUALLY. You can also select

ENTER CALIBRATION NUMBERS to manually set the audio latency compensation by pressing the +Control Pad left or right.

auto Calibration

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To calibrate your system’s audio timing, when you are prompted, hold your

Rock Band

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3 Wireless Fender™ Stratocaster™ Guitar Controller or Wireless

Fender™ Mustang™ PRO-GUITAR™ Controller up to your sound system speaker or your TV’s speaker (wherever the sound is coming from) as close as possible without touching. The volume should be set to a comfortable listening volume. If you have trouble in a room with a surround system, turning the volume down sometimes helps. Hold your guitar controller there until prompted.

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To calibrate your system’s video timing, when you are prompted, hold your

Rock Band

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3 Wireless Fender™ Stratocaster™ Guitar Controller up to the center of your TV screen, with the guitar controller facing the TV and as close to the TV as possible without touching. This tends to work best in darker rooms, so either turn the lights down or angle the guitar slightly downwards away from the light. Hold your guitar controller there until prompted.

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You should now be ideally calibrated! Test out a song in Quickplay to make sure it feels right. If not, try auto-calibrating again, or try calibrating manually.

manual Calibration

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Select OPTIONS from your personal menu, then select SYSTEM SETTINGS and then

CALIBRATION to proceed to step 1: AUDIO CALIBRATION.

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Each time you hear a drum beat, press the A Button/strum/hit the green pad in time with the beat you hear.

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Proceed to Step 2: VIDEO CALIBRATION. When you see the needle hit either side of the meter, press the A Button/strum/hit the green pad in time with the needle.

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Press the A Button. Your system is now calibrated. Test it out!

manually set numbers

If you can’t get an ideal calibration using auto calibration or manual calibration, try setting your calibration numbers by hand. Select ENTER CALIBRATION NUMBERS from the Calibration menu and check out the chart below. These numbers can be a useful starting point to help you find the best settings for your television type. Try starting with the numbers below and adjust gradually as needed until the settings feel just right.

LCD 1

LCD 2

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DLp rear-projection

Audio 80, Video 50

Audio 15, Video 30

Audio 0, Video 0

Audio 15, Video 60

Audio 5, Video 50 plasma

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Audio 50, Video 50

Once you’ve gone through all the steps, try testing your work in Quickplay or

Practice mode to see if you’ve gotten the calibration right. If it’s still not perfect, try calibrating again.

If you’re still having trouble—or if you just want more information about calibration— please visit www.rockband.com and check out the page on calibrating Rock Band

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LearnIng to rock

Choose an instrument and learn how to use it! For information on Energy and Big Rock

Endings, see p. 16.

training

You’re never too good to brush up on your skills.

praCtiCe

In Practice, you aren’t being scored, so it’s a great way to try out advanced techniques or master a song without annoying your bandmates or the crowd. Select a song, then a difficulty level. Next, select the start and end sections of the song you want to play. Then, select the speed that’s most comfortable for your playing ability. These lessons are the best place to learn all the concepts behind the all-new Pro modes for each instrument.

tIp: Tough songs are easier to tackle at slower speeds!

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learn an instrument

It’s time to go Pro. Learn how to play a real guitar, advanced drums, and a professional level keyboard. Select the instrument you would like to learn and then choose the lesson you want to try. There are Easy Lessons, Intermediate Lessons, Hard Lessons, and Expert Lessons to choose from.

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learn a song

Learn how to play a specific song with your Pro Guitar, Pro Bass, or Pro Keys.

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drum Freestyle

You may be able to beat songs on expert, but with Drum Freestyle, you can create your own drum tracks. Adjust the BPM by pressing the +Control Pad left or right, and then go to town.

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guitarist/bassist

Shred on your axe or thump out some thunderous bass lines.

Plug in your Fender™ Stratocaster™ Guitar Controller (or any other compatible guitar peripheral) and prepare to make some serious noise!

Crowd meter—See if you’re pumping up the audience or turning them off.

Energy meter

Multiplier

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars— up to five total.

Notes

Target

Guitar track

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

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To play guitar, hold down the fret button that corresponds with the next note that will pass through the target. As it passes, strum up or down on the strum bar to play the note.

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To keep things simple, if you see several notes of the same color in a row, you can keep the correct fret button depressed and strum only when the note passes the target.

When playing chords, you’ll need to play more than one note at the same time.

Don’t panic, you’ll be fine. Just press down the correct fret buttons simultaneously and strum when appropriate.

Keep an eye on the crowd meter—it tells you how much the audience is digging your performance. Play too many wrong notes and the crowd meter slips into the red. When it’s completely empty, you get kicked off the stage.

Whammy bar

Customize your sound during long notes by reaching for that whammy bar.

` To use the whammy bar, press it in towards the guitar. This bends the notes you’re playing and gives your tone some depth.

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solos

This is why you first picked up a guitar—to whip out a tasty solo and grab the spotlight all for yourself.

` When you start your solo, the solo indicator appears. The solo indicator keeps track of how many notes you’ve landed.

` If you have a Fender™ Stratocaster™ Guitar Controller, you can use the five special fret buttons high up on the neck near the body for soloing. When pressing these buttons, you don’t need to strum, so you can finger tap that solo—or just showboat like crazy.

pro guitarist

Take your guitar playing to a professional level.

Crowd meter—See if you’re pumping up the audience or turning them off.

Notes

Position wave

Multiplier

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars— up to five total.

Guitar track

Energy meter

Target

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

Note: Playing in Pro mode requires the right equipment. You must have your roadie hand you a Pro Guitar controller to enable Pro Guitar mode.

drummer

Blow your friends’ minds with tricky beats and crazy fills!

Crowd meter—How much the audience is digging your performance.

Kick drum note

Notes

Multiplier

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars—up to five total.

Drum track

Target

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

the basiCs

Keep the beat like a human metronome by hitting the correct colored drum pad when the matching note crosses the target.

` Hit the drum pad that matches the rhythm note you see as it crosses the target at the bottom of the screen.

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The wide orange notes are for the kick pedal—stomp on that bad boy when these notes cross the target.

Keep an eye on your crowd meter. If you miss too many notes—or hit too many of the wrong ones—you’ll lose the crowd and get kicked off stage.

tIp: Before heading out onstage you might want to master the drums in the Trainers.

Select TRAINING from the main menu and then select LEARN AN INSTRUMENT.

pro drummer

Think you’re an expert on drums? Try Pro Drums on for size.

Crowd meter—How much the audience is digging your performance.

Kick drum note

Notes

Multiplier

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars—up to five total.

Drum track

Target

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

Note: In order to play Pro Drums, you will need to have at least one Rock Band

Cymbal attached to your Drum Controller, although for the full rock experience, nothing beats attaching all three Rock Band Cymbals.

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keyboard

Show the world what a true keyboardist can do!

Crowd meter—How much the audience is digging your performance.

Track

Multiplier

pro keys

Make sweet music on Pro Keys using all 15 keys.

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars—up to five total.

Notes

Target

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

Crowd meter—How much the audience is digging your performance.

Notes

Target

Multiplier

Score

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars—up to five total.

Streak meter—Play flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

singers

Think you’re worthy of wielding the mic? Plug in a Logitech

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USB microphone and prove it as the vocalist. Go solo or sing in harmony with two back up singers.

Note Guides

Pitch indicator

Streak meter—Sing flawlessly to fill the meter and start a score multiplier.

Crowd meter—How much the audience is digging your performance.

Score multiplier

Stars—As your points increase, you earn stars—up to five total.

Lyrics

Note: You must have a Logitech

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USB Microphone to sing.

lyriCs

Sing the words as they pass the bar on the left side of the screen. Follow along with the note guides.

pitCh

The pitch indicator shows you the pitch you’re singing. If a song is out of your range, you can always sing an octave higher or lower. As long as you’re singing the right note, you’re still on the money.

tIp: Watch the pitch indicator. If you don’t know a song, you can try to wing it by guessing until the pitch indicator lines up with the note guide.

volume Control

You can control how much—or how little—you hear yourself or the original artist during a song from the Vocal Options menu in the pause menu options.

Note: If you see those special percussion notes scrolling on the screen, then whack the microphone against your hand in time with the notes passing through the target.

Percussion notes allow you to play a little tambourine—or, ahem, cowbell—while the other musicians are doing their thing.

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energy

Build up your energy meter to go into Overdrive. Then you can whip the crowd into a frenzy, rack up some serious points, and even save yourself or a bandmate! (See

Saving Bandmates by Going into Overdrive! below). While your energy meter drains, the crowd goes nuts and your points skyrocket.

guitar/bass

To build up your energy, nail the special glowing note phrases to fill up your energy meter.

When the meter is at least half-full, you can use your energy to go into Overdrive by tilting your guitar towards the heavens.

tIp: If you see a special long glowing note, then whammy that sucker to fill up your energy meter at an even faster rate.

drums

If you see four solid color bars appear on the screen, then that’s your cue to bust out an awesome drum fill. Drum fills unleash the energy in your energy meter, driving the crowd wild.

At the end of the drum fill, you’ll see a green crash note appear. To use your energy, nail that green crash.

` If you choose, you can also wait to build your energy further before using it. To wait, simply don’t hit the green crash cymbal at the end of the fill.

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When you see a special glowing phrase, sing those sections as accurately as you can and you’ll gain energy to fill your energy meter.

To use your energy, look for special lit-up yellow sections without note guides—called

Freestyle Sections—and just belt something out to go into Overdrive! You’re the singer after all, so improvise something!

saving bandmates by going into overdrive!

Got a bandmate who’s having an off night? Go into Overdrive, get the crowd moving, and save your band’s career—all at the same time.

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If a bandmate fails during a performance, then you can bet the crowd is gonna notice—it’ll bring down your crowd meter. But here’s the good news: you can bring them back by using your energy.

After you bring a bandmate back, remember: it’s three strikes and they’re out. After three failures, your bandmate gets kicked off stage for the rest of the song. And, yes, the crowd gets mad.

Combining overdrive

Sure, you can use your energy to bail out one of your less-talented bandmates, but that’s no fun. What’s really awesome is when you and your bandmates go into

Overdrive all at the same time! Not only do you work the crowd into a frothing mass of hysteria, but you also earn a band multiplier of up to 8x! The multiplier affects everyone (not just those of you in Overdrive)—now that really racks up the points!

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tIp: Going into Overdrive at the same time as your bandmates can be tricky. Keep an eye out for bandmates in Overdrive and then unleash your energy!

big roCk endings

At the end of some songs, you’ll have the opportunity for a big rock ending. Shred on guitar or bass, or bang away on the drums like there’s no tomorrow!

If you’re playing as a band, then big rock endings occur for all instruments.

If you play a big rock ending, then you’ll get a major score bonus—but only if you land those last notes.

Not all songs have big rock endings—so take advantage of the ones that do!

personal menu

Think of the your menu as a dutiful roadie; always ready to work for you on a seconds notice. Each player gets his or her own personal menu that can be accessed at anytime by pressing the

+ Button. This menu allows players to easily drop in or out of gameplay on the fly and can also be used to customize settings during gameplay.

QuIckpLay

Wanna just get onstage without a lot of hassle? Quickplay is your fastest way to get in front of an audience and show ‘em what you’ve got. Band members can join at anytime by pressing the + Button.

Choose songs

From the Quickplay menu, select CHOOSE SONGS to select any of your Rock Band

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3 songs, or imported songs from select Rock Band titles. Play solo or with up to six other band members.

Note: If a band member needs to jet mid-gig, they can press the + Button to open and select DROP OUT. You can still finish the song without them.

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play a setlist

From the Quickplay menu, select PLAY A SETLIST to create a setlist with multiple songs for a serious marathon. Play solo or with up to six other band members. To create a setlist, select MAKE A SETLIST and then add your favorite tunes. To find only the exact songs you are looking for press the - Button to change your view settings and apply filters to your song list.

Create a setlist

Create the ultimate setlist to carry the crowd through an experience they’ll never forget.

After selecting the perfect lineup of songs, you are able to save your playlist locally or share it with your friends. You can even convert your setlist into a Battle, which lets you and your friends compete on a limited-time leaderboard for the best score on the instrument of your choosing.

Find online players

Select PLAY ONLINE from the Quickplay menu. In the Online lobby, you can invite friends to join your band or wait for other online players to be paired with you.

To invite friends to your band, press the + Button to open your personal menu then select ONLINE OPTIONS and then INVITE Wii FRIENDS.

If people are taking too long to hop on the band wagon, press the A Button to play with your current lineup. Once the band is set, select a song, setlist, or party shuffle, and then choose your difficulty level.

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road chaLLenge

starting your road Challenge

To start a Road Challenge, select START A ROAD CHALLENGE in the Play Now menu.

Then you have two options, CHOOSE A ROAD CHALLENGE and FIND ONLINE PLAYERS.

If you already have a band to play with, then go for the first option. If you are looking to recruit some players, select the second option.

The Choose a Road Challenge menu is like your band’s bulletin board. Here, you can find the latest and greatest road trips. You can only afford local transit at first, but as you gain more fans by winning their hearts, you unlock more desirable transportation.

To see how close you are to the next vehicle, check out the profile info at the top right of the screen. There, you can see your profile name, how many fans you have, your current rank, and how close you are to a transit upgrade.

Each Road Challenge has a certain number of stops. You have to complete each stop in order to finish the challenge. Every gig has a certain bonus challenge. If you complete the bonus request, you earn extra love from the fans.

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spades meter

In order to reach ultimate stardom, you need to win over the audience by earning

Spades. To gain Spades, complete the game’s various goals. You can check out the goals you have already completed in Career.

In Road Challenge, you earn Spades by completing songs and performing special bonuses, such as using Overdrive or hitting a long streak. These bonus Spades help you unlock new content for your customized characters as well as new vehicles to travel in. The better the vehicle, the more venues you can reach.

career

Visit the Career menu to see the progress you’ve made. Every song you play in every mode contributes to your Career progression. View rankings, song progress, and see the goals you’ve accomplished.

my Goals

View the goals you’ve accomplished or check out the long list of targets you still have yet to hit. How close are you to becoming a legend?

my Song progress Access the My Song Progress menu to see how many stars you’ve collected for each song on each difficulty.

my rankings

Visit the My Rankings menu to see how you line up.

cuStomIze

Enter the Customize menu to give your band a complete makeover. Swapping your band logo or changing your character’s clothing, hair, tattoos, and instruments are just a few of the things you can customize to make your band stand out.

Customize band

Visit the Customize Band menu to edit your band’s details.

edit Band Name Throw some random nouns and adjectives into a hat and see what you can come up with. Use this menu to give your band a name that will echo throughout eternity!

edit Band Logo

Create the logo that will be proudly patched onto backpacks and stuck onto countless car bumpers.

Assign Stand-ins Whether they’re off pursuing their solo career or just running late, sometimes your bandmates won’t make it to the show. When that happens, fill their spots with experienced stand-ins. Use the

Assign Stand-ins menu to pick your favorite musicians.

See Band History Relive your past glories by accessing the See Band History menu and viewing your band’s milestones.

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Customize CharaCter

You can’t head out onto the stage looking like chumps. Head straight to the Customize

Character menu to make sure that you and your bandmates are setting the trends in style.

Clothing tattoos

Instruments

Visit the Clothing menu to customize what your character wears.

Accessories

After throwing on the latest fashion, head to the Accessories menu to add on everything from Hats to Rings.

Hair and makeup Access the Hair and Makeup menu to add flavor to your moneymaker.

Head to the Tattoos menu to get some custom ink.

Customize your instruments through this menu to make sure that you’ve got the greatest equipment.

Create CharaCter

Not satisfied with your current bandmates? Kick them out and create some new ones.

Name

Gender outfit modify Head modify Body

No, you don’t have to use your real name.

Girl or boy? It’s up to you.

Select the genre you want your rocker to represent. You can further customize his or her looks across all genres through the

Customize Character menu.

Time to get creative; their head is putty and you are Michelangelo.

Sculpt your rockers facial features to your liking.

Adjust the Height, Weight, Muscle Tone, and Skin Tone of your character through this menu.

pLay onLIne

oNLINe, NetWorK, CoNNeCteD AND/or INterNet pLAY, FUNCtIoNALItY,

FeAtUreS AND SUpport For roCK BAND, roCK BAND 2, roCK BAND 3, roCK BAND NetWorK AND ANY AND ALL otHer proDUCtS or SerVICeS oF HArmoNIX mUSIC SYStemS, mtV NetWorKS, eLeCtroNIC ArtS AND

ANY tHIrD pArtIeS (CoLLeCtIVeLY, “oNLINe SerVICeS”) Are proVIDeD

SoLeLY oN AN “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLe” BASIS AND mAY Be moDIFIeD or DISCoNtINUeD WItHoUt NotICe At ANY tIme AND At tHe SoLe

DISCretIoN oF tHe pArtIeS, WItHoUt ANY LeGAL, FINANCIAL or otHer

LIABILItY WHAtSoeVer. No WArrANtY, eItHer eXpreSS or ImpLIeD, IS mADe reGArDING tHe oNLINe SerVICeS AND UNDer No CIrCUmStANCeS

SHALL ANY reFUNDS, reBAteS or otHer SUmS Be oWeD AND/or retUrNeD

IN CoNNeCtIoN WItH tHe moDIFICAtIoN, DISCoNtINUAtIoN, or

UNAVAILABILItY oF tHe oNLINe SerVICeS.

` To play Wii™ games over the Internet, you must first set up the Nintendo Wi-Fi

Connection on your Wii. Please see the separate instruction booklet included with your Wii for directions on setting up your Wii.

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To complete the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection setup you will also need access to a wireless network device (such as a wireless router) and an active broadband or

DSL account.

The Terms of Use Agreement which governs Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection game play is available online at www.nintendowifi.com/terms.

` For additional information on the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection or setting up your

Wii visit www.nintendowifi.com (USA, Canada and Latin America) or call

1-800-895-1672 (USA/Canada only).

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To protect your privacy, do not give out personal information such as last name, phone number, birth date, age, school, e-mail or home address when communicating with others.

The End User License Agreement which governs Wii online game play and sets forth the Wii Privacy Policy is available in the Wii console’s Systems Settings and online at www.nintendo.com/games/wifi/wii.

playing behind a FireWall or router

This game uses the following network ports for playing online. If you are running a firewall, ensure it is set to allow the game to communicate on these ports both inbound and outbound:

tCp ports: 80, 443, 28910, 29900, 29901, 29920

UDp port: 3658, 18010, 18011

If you are having difficulty connecting to other players online and your Internet connection is behind a router using NAT (Network Address Translation), you may need to enable port forwarding on your router by forwarding all data on port UDP 3658 to the IP address of your Wii console. Alternatively, you can add the IP address of your

Wii console into the DMZ section of your router—please consult your router help files for details on how to do this. For more information on firewalls, port forwarding, and

DMZs, please visit our online Support Center at: http://support.ea.com.

roCk band musiC store

To access the Rock Band Music Store, select GET MORE SONGS from the main menu.

Here, you can select from several categories of songs, including Newest Songs,

Highest Rated Songs, Recommended songs, Friends’ Favorites, RBN Highlights, and

Rock Band Pro songs. You can also browse the full list of 1000+ songs available for purchase within the Store.

Note: Add-on content purchased within Rock Band

®

3 and stored on an SD card can only be accessed within Rock Band this content.

®

3. Do not use the Wii menu to manage

Note: Add-on content transferred to an SD-HC card will no longer work with titles released prior to Rock Band

®

3. If you wish to play that content in previous

Rock Band

®

titles you must re-download the content from the Rock Band

®

2

Music Store.

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Song ImportIng

If you own select Rock Band

®

titles, you can import most of the songs from that title to your console’s storage device for use in Rock Band

®

3 for an additional fee. For detailed information on Song Importing and what Rock Band please visit www.RockBand.com.

®

titles are supported

Featuring music from some of the world’s best bands… www.ramones.com

www.lynyrdskynyrd.com www.ozzy.com www.thewho.com www.defl eppard.com www.slipknot1.com

P H O E N I X www.wearephoenix.com www.themcrookedvultures.com www.queenonline.com www.jimihendrix.com

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credItS

songs

reHAB

as performed by Amy Winehouse courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Amy Winehouse

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

HeArt oF GLASS

as performed by Blondie courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by Debbie Harry and Chris Stein

© 1978 Chrysalis Music on behalf of itself and Monster Island

Music Publishing Corp. (ASCAP)

CAUGHt IN A moSH

as performed by Anthrax courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Joseph Bellardini, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante,

Scott Rosenfeld and Daniel Spitz

Published by NFP Music (ASCAP),

Universal Music - Z Tunes Llc. (ASCAP)

Get Up StAND Up

as performed by Bob Marley & The Wailers courtesy of Universal-Island Records Ltd. under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Bob Marley and Peter Tosh

Published by Fifty-Six Hope Road Music Ltd., Odnil Music Ltd.,

State One Music America LLC, Embassy Music Corporation (BMI)

Chrysalis One Songs, (BMI), Blue Mountain Music, Ltd. / Irish Town

Songs (ASCAP)

oNe ArmeD SCISSor

as performed by At the Drive-In courtesy of Fearless Records

Written by Tony Hajjar, Omar Rodriguez, Cedric Bixler,

Pable Hinojos, and Jim Ward

Published by EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) and

EMI Foray Music (SESAC)

FALSe ALArm

as performed by The Bronx courtesy of Wichita Recordings

Written by Matt Caughthran, Joby Ford, James Tweedy, and

Jorma Vik

Published by Universal Music - Z Tunes Llc. (ASCAP), Elvis The

Other White Meat (ASCAP)

BeASt AND tHe HArLot

as performed by Avenged Sevenfold courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with Warner

Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Zachary Baker, James Sullivan, Brian Haner Jr. and

Matthew Sanders

Published by EMI APRIL MUSIC INC. (ASCAP)

25 or 6 to 4

as performed by Chicago courtesy of Rhino Entertainment / Chicago Music. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Robert Lamm

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Lamminations Music

(ASCAP), J W Guercio Aurelia Music (ASCAP) All rights on behalf of Lamminations Music administered by WB Music Corp.

roCK LoBSter

as performed by The B-52s courtesy of Island Records, Inc. under license from Universal Music

Enterprises. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Videogame Licensing

Written by Ricky Wilson, Cynthia Wilson, Keith Strickland,

Fred Schneider and Kate Pierson

Published by EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP) and EMI Blackwood

Music Inc. (BMI), Distilled Music

JUSt LIKe HeAVeN

as performed by The Cure

Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing. courtesy of

Fiction Records/Polydor Limited under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Simon Gallup, Robert Smith, Porl Thompson,

Laurence Tolhurst, and Boris Williams

Published by Fiction Songs Ltd., Universal - MGB Songs (ASCAP)

GooD VIBrAtIoNS (LIVe)

as performed by The Beach Boys courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by Mike Love and Brian Wilson

Published by Irving Music, Inc. (BMI)

SpACe oDDItY

as performed by David Bowie courtesy of RZO Music

Written by David Bowie

Published by TRO - Essex Music International, Inc. (ASCAP)

IN A BIG CoUNtrY

as performed by Big Country courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Stuart Adamson, Mark Brzezicki, Tony Butler and

Bruce Watson

Published by EMI Virgin Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

SmoKe oN tHe WAter

as performed by Deep Purple courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with Warner

Music Group Video Game Licensing. Licensed courtesy of EMI

Records Ltd.

Written by Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Paice

Published by Glenwood Music Corp. (ASCAP)

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FooLIN

as performed by Def Leppard courtesy of Universal International Music, B.V. under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Robert Lange, Stephen Clark, and Joseph Elliott,

Richard Allen, Rick Savage and Peter Willis

Published by Out-Of-Pocket-Prod. Ltd., Universal Polygram Int.

Publ., Inc. (ASCAP), Primary Wave Def Lepp (ASCAP)

WHIp It

as performed by Devo courtesy of Devo

Written by Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh

Published by EMI Virgin Songs, Inc. (BMI)

rAINBoW IN tHe DArK

as performed by Dio courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Vinny Appice, Jimmy Bain, Vivian Campbell and

Ronnie James Dio

Published by AppiceMusic. Niji Music

WALK oF LIFe

as performed by the Dire Straits courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Mark Knopfler

Published by Straitjacket Songs Ltd., Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP)

CHINA GroVe

as performed by The Doobie Brothers courtesy of Warner Bros. Records. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Tom Johnston

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Warner-Tamerlane

Publishing Corp. (BMI)

BreAK oN tHroUGH (to tHe otHer SIDe)

as performed by The Doors courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by The Doors

Published by Doors Music Company

KING GeorGe

as performed by Dover courtesy of EMI Music Spain, SA

Written by Cristina Llanos and Amparo Llanos

Published by Pizza Pop S.L. (SGAE), Warner/Chappell Music

Spain, S.A. (SGAE), WB Music Corp.

tHe KILLING mooN

as performed by Echo and The Bunnymen courtesy of Warner Music UK. By arrangement with Warner Music

Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Ian McCulloch, Leslie Thomas Pattinson,

Peter Louis Vincent de Freitas, and William Seargant

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Zoo Music Ltd.,

WB Music Corp.

SAtUrDAY NIGHt’S ALrIGHt For FIGHtING

as performed by Elton John courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin

Published by Dick James Music Ltd., Universal - Songs of Polygram

Int., Inc. (BMI)

mIDLIFe CrISIS

as performed by Faith No More courtesy of London - Sire Records Ltd. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Bill Gould, Michael Bordin, Roddy Bottum,

Michael Patton and James Martin

Published by Big Thrilling/Vomit God Music (ASCAP)

HeY mAN NICe SHot

as performed by Filter courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc., Reprise Records. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Richard Patrick

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

YoSHImI BAttLeS tHe pINK roBotS pt. 1

as performed by The Flaming Lips courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Dave Fridmann, Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd and

Michael Ivins

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

CoLD AS ICe

as performed by Foreigner courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Mick Jones and Louis Grammatico

Published by Somerset Songs Publishing, Inc.

rADAr LoVe

as performed by Golden Earring courtesy of Geffen Records under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Barry Hay and George Kooymans

Published by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP) o/b/o Snamyook/

Sony/ATV Music Publishing Holland (BUMA)

KILLING LoNeLINeSS

as performed by H.I.M.

courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Sire Records. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Ville Valo

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

poWer oF LoVe

as performed by Huey Lewis and The News courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by Johnny Colla, Chris Hayes and Huey Lewis

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., WB Music Corp.

(ASCAP), Huey Lewis Music (ASCAP), Kinda Blue Music (ASCAP),

Cause And Effect Music (ASCAP)

VIVA LA reSIStANCe

as performed by Hypernova courtesy of Narnack Records by arrangement with The Orchard

Written by Ramin Seyed Emami

Published by Narnack (BMI)

oH mY GoD

as performed by Ida Maria courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Ida Sivertsen

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

NeeD YoU toNIGHt

as performed by INXS courtesy of Atlantic Recording Company. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing. courtesy of

Warner/Chappell Music

Written by Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Chardonnay

Investments LTD. (APRA) & XL Publishing Pty LTD. (APRA)

WB Music Corp. (ASCAP)

CeNterFoLD

as performed by J. Geils Band courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by Seth Justman

Published by Pal-Park Music (ASCAP), Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP)

I Got YoU (I FeeL GooD)

as performed by JAMES BROWN courtesy of Universal Records under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by James Brown

Published by Fort Knox Music, Inc.

BeeN CAUGHt SteALING

as performed by Jane’s Addiction courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Eric Avery, Perry Farrell, David Navarro and

Stephen Perkins

Published by Orange Bubbly Stuff Music, Embryotic Music (BMI),

I’ll Hit You Back Music (BMI), Swizzlestick Music (BMI), Irving

Music, Inc. (BMI)

CroSStoWN trAFFIC

as performed by Jimi Hendrix courtesy of Experience Hendrix LLC/MCA Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Jimi Hendrix

Published by Experience Hendrix, L.L.C.

I LoVe roCK N roLL

as performed by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts courtesy of Blackheart Records Group

Written by Alan Merrill and Jake Hooker

Published by Finchley Music Corporation

ImAGINe

as performed by John Lennon courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by John Lennon

Published by EMI Blackwood Music, Inc. (BMI)

me eNAmorA

as performed by Juanes courtesy of Universal Music Latino under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Juan Esteban Aristizabal

Published by Peermusic III Ltd. (BMI), Songs of Camaleon (BMI)

FreeBIrD (LIVe)

as performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd courtesy of Geffen Records under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Allen Collins and Ronnie Van Zant

Published by Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI), Longitude Music (BMI)

oYe mI Amor

as performed by Mana courtesy of Warner Music Mexico/Warner Music Latina. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Fher Olvera and Alex Gonzalez

Published by Tulum Music (ASCAP), Big Cojones Music (ASCAP).

WB Music Corp.

tHe BeAUtIFUL peopLe

as performed by Marilyn Manson courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Brian Warner and Jeordie White

Published by Dinger and Ollie Music (BMI)/Blood Heavy Music

(BMI)/Songs of Golgotha (BMI), HoriPro Entertainment Group, Inc.

ComBAt BABY

as performed by Metric courtesy of Everloving Records / Rhino Independent. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Emily Haines and James Shaw

Published by Chrysalis Music (ASCAP)

oUter SpACe

as performed by the Muffs courtesy of the Muffs

Written by Kimberly Shattuck

Published by Circus Sized Peanuts (ASCAP) c/o The Bicycle

Music Company

SISter CHrIStIAN

as performed by Night Ranger courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Kelly Keagy

Published by Figs. D Music (BMI) & Rough Play Music (BMI) c/o The Bicycle Music Company

CrAZY trAIN

as performed by Ozzy Osbourne courtesy of Epic Records

Written by Osbourne, Rhoads and Daisley

Published by Blizzard Music Limited

mISerY BUSINeSS

as performed by Paramore courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. / Fueled By Ramen. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Josh Farro and Hayley Williams

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., WB Music Corp.

(ASCAP), But Father, I Just Want To Sing Music (ASCAP), FBR Music

(ASCAP), Josh’s Music (ASCAP)

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LLAmA

as performed by Phish courtesy of Elektra Entertainment. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Trey Anastasio

© Who Is She? Music, Inc. (BMI)

LASSo

as performed by Phoenix courtesy of Glassnote Records

Written by Laurent Mazzalai, Christian Mazzalai, Thomas Croquet and Frederic Moulin

Published by Ghettoblaster S.A.R.L. administered by Kobalt Music

Publishing America, Inc.

DoN’t StAND So CLoSe to me

as performed by The Police courtesy of A&M Records, Ltd. Under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

ANtIBoDIeS

as performed by Poni Hoax courtesy of Tigersushi Records

Written by Arnaud Roulin, Frederic Soulard, Laurent Bardainne,

Nicolas Langlois, Nicolas Villebrun and Vincent Taeger

Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing o/b/o Sony/ATV Music

Publishing France and Tigersushi (JN2B)

SometHING BIGGer SometHING

as performed by Pretty Girls Make Graves courtesy of Matador Records

Written by Derek Fudesco, Jason Clark, Nathan Johnson,

Nicholas Dewitt and Andrea Zollo

Published by Mattitude Music LLC

JerrY WAS A rACe CAr DrIVer

as performed by Primus courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Les Claypool, Reid LaLonde and Tim Alexander

Published by Sturgeon (BMI)

BoHemIAN rHApSoDY

as performed by Queen

Licensed courtesy of Queen Productions Limited/EMI Records

Ltd./Hollywood Records

Written by Freddie Mercury

Published by Glenwood Music Corp. (ASCAP)

No oNe KNoWS

as performed by Queens of the Stone Age courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Josh Homme, Mark Lanegan and Nick Oliver

Published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI), Board Stiff

Music (BMI), Ripplestick Music (BMI), Natural Light Music (BMI),

EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

DU HASt

as performed by Rammstein courtesy of Motor Music GmbH under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Richard Kruspe, Heiko Landers, Till Lindemann,

Christian Lorenz, Oliver Riedel, and Christoph Schneider

Published by TamTam Fialik Musikverlag, Inh Emanuel Fialik, Kobalt

Music Publishing America, Inc., Discoton Musik Ed. GmbH.

Universal Music - MGB Songs (ASCAP)

I WANNA Be SeDAteD

as performed by the Ramones courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.. Sire Records Company. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Doug Colvin, John Cummings and Jeff Hyman

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. WB Music Corp.

(ASCAP) Taco Tunes (ASCAP)

LASt DANCe

as performed by The Raveonettes courtesy of Vice Music, Inc. by arrangement with The Orchard

Written by Sune Rose Wagner and Thomas Troelsen

Published by Juvenile Delinquent Music (ASCAP) administered by Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc.,

Troelsen Publishing (ASCAP).

portIoNS For FoXeS

as performed by Rilo Kiley courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

Written by Jenny Lewis and Blake Sennett

Published by Deprecious Music (BMI), Wonderful Pony Music

(BMI) Big Blue Boat Music (BMI), BB Lindstrom (BMI). By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

DoN’t BUrY me... I’m StILL Not DeAD

as performed by Riverboat Gamblers courtesy of Volcom Entertainment

Written by Fadi El-Assad, Patrick Lillard, Ian MacDougall and

Michael Wiebe

Published by Gambler Rich Entertainment

tHe LooK

as performed by Roxette courtesy of EMI Music Sweden, AB

Written by Per Hakan Gessle

Published by Jimmy Fun Music, Sony/ATV Melody

BeFore I ForGet

as performed by Slipknot courtesy of Roadrunner Records

Written by Nathan Jordison, Corey Taylor, Paul Gray, James Root,

Michael Crahan, Chris Fehn, Mickael Thomson, Sid Wilson, and

Craig Jones

Published by EMI April Music Inc. (ASCAP)

WALKING oN tHe SUN

as performed by Smash Mouth courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Gregory Camp, Paul Delisle, Steven Harwell, and

Kevin Iannello

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Warner-Tamerlane

Publishing Corp. (BMI), Squish Moth Music (BMI)

Stop me IF YoU tHINK YoU’Ve HeArD tHIS oNe BeFore

as performed by The Smiths courtesy of Warner Music UK. By arrangement with Warner Music

Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Johnny Marr and Steven Morrissey

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Artemis

Muziekuitgeverij B.V. (BUM/STE), Universal Music Publishing

Limited (GB) (PRS), Marr Songs Ltd., Universal - PolyGram Int. Publ.,

Inc. (ASCAP)

LIVING IN AmerICA

as performed by The Sounds courtesy of Warner Music Sweden. By arrangement with Warner

Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Jesper Anderberg, Johan Bengtsson, Maja Ivarsson,

Frederick Nilsson and Felix Rodriguez

Published by Chrysalis One Music (ASCAP)

IN tHe meANtIme

as performed by Spacehog courtesy of Atlantic Recording Company, Elektra Entertainment

Group. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video

Game Licensing

Written by Royston Langdon

Published by Hog Space Music

FLY LIKe AN eAGLe

as performed by Steve Miller Band courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written and composed by Steve Miller

Published by Sailor Music (ASCAP)

pLUSH

as performed by Stone Temple Pilots courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.. By arrangement with Warner

Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo, Eric Kretz and

Scott Weiland

Published by Milksongs (ASCAP), Universal Music Corp. (ASCAP),

Triple Kauf Noplate Muzak (ASCAP) administered by Bug

tHIS BAStArD’S LIFe

as performed by Swingin’ Utters courtesy of Fat Wreck Chords

Written by Max Huber

(Copyright Control) In arrangement by Railer Entertainment

eVerYBoDY WANtS to rULe tHe WorLD

as performed by Tears For Fears courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by Chris Hughes, Roland Orzabal and Ian Stanley

Published by EMI Virgin Songs, Inc. (BMI)

tHe CoN

as performed by Tegan and Sara courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Sire Records Company. By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Tegan Quin and Sara Quin

Published by Naked In A Snowsuit Publishing (SOCAN)

DeAD eND FrIeNDS

as performed by Them Crooked Vultures courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Written by John Baldwin, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Cap Three LTD (PRS),

Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI), The Redundancy

Corporation of Redundancy (BMI), MJ Twelve Music (BMI), Songs

Of Universal, Inc. (BMI)

HUmANoID

as performed by Tokio Hotel courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal

Music Enterprises

Music by Patrick Benzner, David Jost, Dave Roth and Tom Kaulitz.

Words by Patrick Benzner, David Jost, Dave Roth and Bill Kaulitz

Published by Benzner Publishing, Emma’s Park Music, Jost Music

Publishing, Edition Hotelbar, Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc.

I NeeD to KNoW

as performed by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers courtesy of Gone Gator Records by arrangement with Wixen Music

Publishing, Inc.

Written by Tom Petty

Published by Tarka Music, Almo Music Corp. (ASCAP)

20tH CeNtUrY BoY

as performed by T. Rex courtesy of Spirit Music Group Inc. o/b/o Spirit Services

Holdings, S.à.r.l.

Written by Marc Bolan

Published by Spirit One Music o/b/o Spirit Services

Holdings, S.à.r.l.

Get Free

as performed by The Vines courtesy of Capitol Records. Under license from EMI Film &

Television Music

Written by Craig Nicholls

Published by Mushroom Music Pty. Ltd. (APRA), Sony/ATV Tunes

LLC (ASCAP), Ivy Leag, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

LoW rIDer

as performed by WAR courtesy of Avenue Records

Written by Sylvester Allen, Harold Brown, Morris Dickerson,

Jerry Goldstein, Le Roy Jordan, Charles Miller, Lee Oskar and

Howard Scott

Published by Far Out Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Universal - PolyGram

Int. Publ., Inc. (ASCAP)

WereWoLVeS oF LoNDoN

as performed by Warren Zevon courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Warren Zevon, LeRoy Marinell and Robert Wachtel

Published by Zevon Music, Tiny Tunes, Leadsheet Land Music

tHe HArDeSt BUttoN to BUttoN

as performed by The White Stripes courtesy of Third Man Records/XL Recordings

Written by Jack White III

Published by Peppermint Stripe Music

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Here I Go AGAIN

as performed by Whitesnake courtesy of Geffen Records under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by David Coverdale and Bernie Marsden

Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., C.C. Songs LTD. (PRS),

WB Music Corp., EMI Virgin Songs, Inc. d/b/a EMI Longitude

Music (BMI)

I CAN See For mILeS

as performed by The Who courtesy of Polydor Records Ltd. (U.K.) under license from

Universal Music Enterprises

Written by Peter Townshend

Published by TRO - Essex Music, Inc. (ASCAP)

roUNDABoUt

as performed by Yes courtesy of Atlantic Recording Company. By arrangement with

Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing

Written by Jon Anderson and Steve Howe

Published by Topographic Music Ltd. (ASCAP), WB Music Corp.

SImpLetoN

as performed by The Acrobrats courtesy of Susspool Records

Written by C. Wissmuller and D. Sussmann

© 2010 The Acrobrats (BMI)

Here Come tHe GUNS

as performed by Choo Choo la Rouge courtesy of KIAM Records

Written by Vincent Scorziello, Chris Lynch, and Jon Langmead

© 2009 Choo Choo la Rouge (BMI)

eVerYtHING I HAte ABoUt mYSeLF

as performed by Death of the Cool

Written by Izzy Maxwell

© 2010 Izzy Maxwell

more

as performed by Down June

Written by Kristin Clow Sawyer

© 2006 Down June

BLINK

as performed by Father Octopus

Written by Geoff Pitsch and Dan Brakeley

© 2008 Geoff Pitsch

SIGNS

as performed by Giant Target

Written by Aaron Price, Caleb Wheeler, Daniel Chace, and

Phillip Hunt

© 2009 Giant Target

BUrIeD ALIVe

as performed by The Holepunch Generation courtesy of Audiobulb Records

Written by Patrick Balthrop

© 2010 Audiobulb Records

oSpreY

as performed by LOON

Written by Anne Marie Ticaric, Paul Lyons, and Mis Zill

© 2010 LOON

teN KINGDomS

as performed by Megasus courtesy of Wild Power/20 Buck Spin

Written by Ryan Lesser, Paul Lyons, Jason Kendall, and Brian Gibson

© 2008 Megasus

LoVe AND toNIC

as performed by Milquetoast & Co.

Written by James McAndrew, Robin Ryczek, Bill Whitney,

Joe Mageary, and Francis Quinn

© 2010 Milquetoast & Co. (BMI)

rIppING tHroUGH LIFe

as performed by Soul Remnants

Written by Tom Preziosi, Mitch Fletcher, and Brett Jean

© 2007 Soul Remnants

FLYtrAp

as performed by Spirit Kid courtesy of RPL Audio

Written by Emeen Zarookian

© 2010 EZ Beats

tHIS WAr WILL NeVer StArt

as performed by Steve Pardo

Written by Steve Pardo

© 2010 Steve Pardo (ASCAP)

We HAVe ArrIVeD

as performed Taxpayer

Written by Taxpayer

© 2009 Bunny Foo Foo (ASCAP)

DISCo CItY

as performed by That Handsome Devil

Written by Christian Oppel and Jeremy Page

© 2009 Glum Merrymaker (BMI)

trASH CANDY

as performed by Tijuana Sweetheart

Written by Helen “The Hellion” McWilliams (BMI)

© 2009 Tijuana Sweetheart

SoFtWare Warranty

eleCtroniC arts limited Warranty

Electronic Arts warrants to the original purchaser of this product that the recording medium on which the software program(s) are recorded (the “ recording medium”) and the documentation that is included with this product (the “manual”) are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase. If the Recording Medium or the Manual is found to be defective within 90 days from the date of purchase, Electronic Arts agrees to replace the Recording Medium or Manual free of charge upon receipt of the Recording Medium or Manual at its service center, postage paid, with proof of purchase. This warranty is limited to the

Recording Medium containing the software program and the Manual that were originally provided by Electronic Arts. This warranty shall not be applicable and shall be void if, in the judgment of Electronic Arts, the defect has arisen through abuse, mistreatment or neglect.

This limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, whether oral or written, express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and no other representation of any nature shall be binding on or obligate Electronic Arts. If any such warranties are incapable of exclusion, then such warranties applicable to this product, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to the 90-day period described above. In no event will Electronic Arts be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from possession, use or malfunction of this Electronic Arts product, including damage to property, and to the extent permitted by law, damages for personal injury, even if Electronic Arts has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Some states do not allow limitation as to how long an implied warranty lasts and/or exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitations and/or exclusion of liability may not apply to you. In such jurisdictions, the Electronic

Arts’ liability shall be limited to the fullest extent permitted by law. This warranty gives you specific rights. You may also have other rights that vary from state to state.

returns Within the 90-day Warranty period

Please return the product along with (1) a copy of the original sales receipt showing the date of purchase, (2) a brief description of the difficulty you are experiencing, and (3) your name, address and phone number to the address below and Electronic Arts will mail a replacement Recording Medium and/or Manual to you. If the product was damaged through misuse or accident, this 90-day warranty is rendered void and you will need to follow the instructions for returns after the 90-day warranty period. We strongly recommend that you send your products using a traceable delivery method. Electronic Arts is not responsible for products not in its possession.

ea Warranty inFormation

If the defect in the Recording Medium or Manual resulted from abuse, mistreatment or neglect, or if the Recording Medium or Manual is found to be defective after 90 days from the date of purchase, choose one of the following options to receive our replacement instructions:

Online: http://warrantyinfo.ea.com

Automated Warranty Information: You can contact our automated phone system 24 hours a day for any and all warranty questions:

US 1 (650) 628-1001

ea Warranty mailing address

Electronic Arts Customer Warranty

9001 N I-35 Suite 110

Austin, TX 78753

© 2010 Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Covered by the following U.S. Patents: 6,429,863, 6,482,087, 7,164,076,

7,459,624, 7,625,284 and patent applications pending. Harmonix, Rock Band, Rock Band 2, Rock Band 3, Rock Band Network and all related titles and logos are trademarks of Harmonix Music Systems, Inc., an MTV Networks company. Rock Band, Rock Band 2, Rock Band 3 and Rock Band Network developed by Harmonix Music Systems, Inc. MTV, MTV Games and all related titles and logos are trademarks of

MTV Networks, a division of Viacom International Inc. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.

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