22 More Guitar Hero 5 Songs Confirmed

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22 more of Guitar Hero 5‘s 85 songs have been announced, that makes a total of 46 that have been confirmed so far counting last week’s 24-song reveal. New standouts include Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting),” Nirvana’s never before released live recording of “Lithium,” and The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy For The Devil.” Full song list is on the jump.

One other thing- Activision’s sweeping pre-order campaign for GH5 has begun, with different stores offering unique reservation incentives like free songs, faceplates and free shipping. Details on all the pre-order deals are only a click away.

· Attack! Attack! UK – “You And Me”

· Bon Jovi – “You Give Love A Bad Name”

· Darker My Love – “Blue Day”

· The Duke Spirit – “Send A Little Love Token”

· Elton John – “Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)”

· Face To Face – “Disconnected”

· Garbage – “Only Happy When It Rains”

· Kaiser Chiefs – “Never Miss A Beat”

· Kiss – “Shout It Out Loud”

· Love and Rockets – “Mirror People”

· My Morning Jacket – “One Big Holiday”

· Nirvana – “Lithium (Live)”

· The Police – “So Lonely”

· Rammstein – “Du Hast”

· The Rolling Stones – “Sympathy For The Devil”

· Sonic Youth – “Incinerate”

· Screaming Trees – “Nearly Lost You”

· Sublime – “What I Got”

· The Sword – “Maiden, Mother & Crone”

· Thin Lizzy – “Jailbreak”

· Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – “American Girl”

· The White Stripes – “Blue Orchid”

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