The 1990s were over and the world was celebrating the turn of a new century. And the very best thing about the arrival of the 2000s was that the music continued to blow the minds of many a fan. Today, as the latest Rocksmith DLC pack arrives, we get to enjoy the very best of the 2000s once more with a Mix Pack of high quality.
With a Variety pack arriving last week to ease the worries of those Rocksmith strummers in need of a bit of a change, we now see that pack being followed up by another selection, this time one that focuses on the music found in the 2000s. A three pack of worth, the following are available in the Rocksmith 2000s Mix Pack IV…
- Modest Mouse – Dashboard
- Theory of a Deadman – Bad Girlfriend
- Dropkick Murphys – Johnny, I Hardly Know Ya
With each of the tunes also available for just £2.39 each – or the full pack for £6.39 – should you like the look of everything included, or are just here to pick out your favourites from Modest Mouse, Theory of a Deadman or the Dropkick Murphys, then you are well catered for.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 rockers hitting up the Rocksmith tutorials on the 2014 Edition or Remastered version would do well to pay the Microsoft Store a visit, whilst those over on the rival PS3 and PS4 formats should head on over to their own digital store in order to nab the goodies.
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