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Rock Band 4's next drop of add-on songs is an eight-pack filled with classic U2 tracks, including "Sunday Bloody Sunday" and "Pride (In the Name of Love)," developer Harmonix announced today.

The eight tracks will join the two U2 songs that shipped in Rock Band 4's initial soundtrack: "I Will Follow" and "Cedarwood Road." Here's the full list of songs for Rock Band 4's "U2 Essentials 01" pack:

  • "Sunday Bloody Sunday" - War (1983)
  • "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" - The Unforgettable Fire (1984)
  • "Where The Streets Have No Name" - The Joshua Tree (1987)
  • "Desire" - Rattle and Hum (1988)
  • "One" - Achtung Baby (1992)
  • "Vertigo" - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004)
  • "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)" - Songs of Innocence (2014)
  • "California (There Is No End To Love)" - Songs of Innocence (2014)

The "U2 Essentials 01" pack will be released Dec. 22 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The full pack will cost $13.49, while players can pick up individual songs at the usual price of $1.99 a pop.

Harmonix and Rock Band 4 co-publisher Mad Catz are also offering a couple of deals on the game this week, exclusively at Best Buy. The full-band bundle is available for $199.99, $50 off its regular price, while you can buy the game with a single guitar controller for $99.99, $30 off its regular price.

For more on Rock Band 4read our review.

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