Iron Maiden Play Funky Music

Guitar Hero 5 gives out more tracks for wannabe karaoke singers

Guitar Hero 5 has added 24 more tracks to be featured on its 85-song on-disc set list – from the scorching solos of Iron Maiden’s intense 2 Minutes To Midnight to the classic, never before released live recording of The Spirit of Radio from progressive rockers Rush; the hard rock sounds of Grand Funk Railroad’s signature hit, We’re An American Band to Billy Idol/Generation X classic Dancing With Myself, the game features the widest variety of today’s rock hits and classic tunes from some of the biggest names in music.

Additionally, the Guitar Hero 5 set list will feature the unreleased single Medicate off of AFI’s upcoming album Crash Love, available in the game before the album hits retailers, and Public Enemy has joined forces with Zakk Wylde to re-record PE’s famous rap anthem “Bring The Noise 20XX” exclusively for Guitar Hero 5.

Numerous bands are also making their music video game debut, including A Perfect Circle, Brand New, Eagles of Death Metal, Gorillaz, Gov’t Mule, King Crimson, Peter Frampton, Spacehog, Sunny Day Real Estate and The Derek Trucks Band. 
Other tracks include:

A Perfect Circle – Judith; Brand New – Sowing Season (Yeah); Bush – Comedown; The Derek Trucks Band – Younk Funk; Duran Duran – Hungry Like The Wolf; Eagles Of Death Metal – Wannabe In L.A.; Gorillaz – Feel Good Inc.; Gov’t Mule – Streamline Woman; Grand Funk Railroad – We’re An American Band; Iron Maiden – 2 Minutes To Midnight; King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man;  No Doubt – Ex-Girlfriend; Peter Frampton – Do You Feel Like We Do? (Live); Public Enemy Featuring Zakk Wylde – Bring the Noise 20XX; Rush – The Spirit Of Radio (Live); Scars On Broadway – They Say; Smashing Pumpkins – Bullet With Butterfly Wings; Spacehog – In The Meantime; Sunny Day Real Estate – Seven; T. Rex – 20th Century Boy; Weezer – Why Bother?; and Wild Cherry – Play That Funky Music.