Another big album download arrives this week for fans of Rock Band 2 and No Doubt. The alt-rock and ska group's third album Tragic Kingdom fills in the gap left by "The Singles: 1992-2003" DLC back in December 2008. If you own some of the tunes found in "The Singles", you'll have the option to fill in what's left. Complimenting Tragic Kingdom is Australian rocker Orianthi with her single from Believe and the up-and-coming Picture Me Broken with their "screamo" EP release.
Here are the 11 songs that will be available for download; those marked in red will not be available for LEGO Rock Band:
- Different People - No Doubt
- End It On This - No Doubt
- Happy Now? - No Doubt
- Hey You - No Doubt
- Sixteen - No Doubt
- The Climb - No Doubt
- Tragic Kingdom - No Doubt
- World Go 'Round - No Doubt
- You Can Do It - No Doubt
- According To You - Orianthi
- Dearest (I'm So Sorry) - Picture Me Broken
No Doubt fans have two bundle choices: "No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Deep Cuts" is meant for those who currently own any of the five other Tragic Kingdom tracks found in "The Singles: 1992-2003"; it's worth 1200 Microsoft Points or $14.99 USD / £6.16 UK / €9.25 EU from the PlayStation Store. If you don't own any of the songs, "No Doubt Tragic Kingdom: The Complete Album" can be purchased for 1600 MS Points or $19.99 / £9.99 / €14.99 from the PS Store.
"Dearest (I'm So Sorry)" comes at a discounted price of 80 MS Points or $0.99 / £0.59 / €0.79. All other individual downloads cost 160 MS Points, $1.99 / £0.99 / €1.49, or 200 Nintendo Points. Because of the change with PlayStation Store updates becoming available on Tuesdays starting next week, all console owners can get the new DLC on May 4.