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They’ve already ‘rocked’ up a couple of times previously, but due to the sheer size of the Radiohead back catalogue, there are still a ton of cracking tunes which are more than suitable for adding into our favourite games. That is what we are seeing happen here too – as the Rocksmith Radiohead Song Pack III gathers steam.

Priced up at £6.39 and available from your favourite digital store right now is the Radiohead Song Pack III for Rocksmith. Now, whilst this doesn’t include the brilliant Creep (you’ll be wanted the original Radiohead Song Pack for that), or even Paranoid Android, we do get the opportunity to play along and master another track from the iconic OK Computer, with Airbag included alongside Fake Plastic Trees from the band’s second album. In all, we find the pack sitting as follows:

  • Fake Plastic Trees
  • Airbag
  • Jigsaw Falling Into Pieces

Each of these tunes are also available as individual purchases, with a £2.39 price attached to each. I guess for the mega Radiohead fans out there, jumping straight in with the full song pack is probably the best way to go, but for others, or those looking just for the one tune, a single purchase is more than doable.

With many of Radiohead’s most famous tracks still available for addition to the Rocksmith library, it wouldn’t be a total surprise to see a 4th pack spring up at some point either – although with the huge variety of tunes available for the Rocksmith gods to play around with, you’ll probably be looking at a year or so before that happens.

In the meantime, no matter whether you are strumming along with Rocksmith 2014 Edition, or mastering the chords found in Rocksmith Remastered, the latest Radiohead Song Pack III is a thing of beauty. Make sure you pick it up right now from a digital store near you – whether that be the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox 360 guitarists, or the PlayStation equivalent.

If you want to know more about the whole rock scene that Rocksmith delivers, then our review of the game should be taken in.

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