cat stevens

He’s been delivering folk, rock, pop and Islamic tunes to the masses for decades, with stardom coming about from the get-go with the release of his debut album back in the late 1960s. Now though Cat Stevens is attempting to drag in a whole new crowd with the release of a trio of his most famous songs in the Cat Stevens Song Pack for Rocksmith.

Available to download right now, the Cat Stevens Song Pack is the latest addition to the overflowing Rocksmith library, as three new tunes send the amount of content available for the game into extreme numbers. Coming about via the full Cat Stevens Song Pack for £6.39, or present and correct as individual £2.39 purchases, we find the following tunes now in play…

  • Wild World
  • Morning Has Broken
  • Father and Son

As always, it matters little whether you are jamming away with the older Rocksmith 2014 Edition, or mastering the licks that the slightly newer Rocksmith Remastered brings – as long as you have a copy of the game, then you are set to get in on the action with this latest content.

It also doesn’t matter one jot whether you are taking down the riffs on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 or PS4 either, with the only difference you need to worry about being the digital store you choose to frequent. Obviously we’re Xbox gamers at heart and the draw of new content on Xbox One and Xbox 360 is something we’ll never tire off, which means it’ll be the Xbox Store you find us dipping in and out of. Those across the void and rocking on PlayStation are well catered for too though – the PlayStation Store is nearly as welcoming as our own Xbox Store.

However you play Rocksmith, you can be sure to that the Cat Stevens Song Pack is a more than worthy addition to your library – particularly should you be down with the folky rock vibes that it brings. Let us know if it appeals to you by posting in the comments below.

Should you wish to know more about Rocksmith, make sure you take in our full review of Rocksmith 2014 Edition on Xbox One. We tell you why it really is the best guitar tutor on the market!

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