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Johnny Cash to Make Rock Band 3 Debut

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  1. Wii News

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    The late, great Man in Black, Johnny Cash, is set to make his Rock Band 3 debut in January, with the announcement from Harmonix and MTV Games that an eight pack of his greatest hits will be released for download on Wii on January 4, 2011. Johnny Cash’s incredible career spanned 50 years and an array of musical genres. He holds numerous Country Music Association Awards, Grammy Awards and others, and has been inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Johnny Cash Pack 01 features classics such as Cry, Cry, Cry, Folsom Prison Blues, I Walk the Line and Tennessee Flat Top Box. The entire eight-song pack can be downloaded for 1,350 Wii Points, and each track can also be downloaded individually for 200 Wii Points per song. Tracks marked with “X” include Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions which can be downloaded for an additional 100 Wii Points per song. Here’s the complete track listing of Johnny Cash Pack 01:


    • “Cry, Cry, Cry”
    • “Don’t Take Your Guns to Town”
    • “Five Feet High and Rising”
    • “Folsom Prison Blues”
    • “I Got Stripes”
    • “I Walk the Line” X
    • “Tennessee Flat Top Box” X
    • “The Ballad of Ira Hayes”
     
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    Got to love the man in black

    Wheres folsom prison and I walk the line?
     

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