Rocksmith Remastered DLC 11/13/2018 – Variety Pack XIX

Hello Rocksmith fans!

Welcome to the nineteenth Variety Pack!

As revealed over the weekend the first 50% of the pack has been confirmed to be @BigCountryUK’s In A Big Country (The Crossing – 1983)and another single from @bobmarleyStir It Up (Catch a Fire – 1973).

Today we can confirm (via Xbox NZ) that the song many of you predicted is indeed included this week, @RobZombie’s White Zombie return to Rocksmith with More Human than Human (Astro-Creep: 2000 – 1995). Finally making their music game debut, the legendary @funkyMETERS come to the library with their iconic 1969 instrumental Cissy Strut!

Variety Pack XIX – $9.99 / Steam

Time for some drop tuning!


Celtic Rock, Reggae, Instrumental Funk, and Industrial Groove-Metal! How is that for Variety? Are you happy about the selections or were you hoping for four new artists? Let us know!

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dallasdave
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turn up the funk!

Sam
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Wow. What a great pack. I’m not a fan of BC or RZ, but those somgs are fun to play if you’re in the mood (light/energetic/anthem or rough/driving). Stir It Up and Cissy are instantly some of the best tracks of the Rocksmith catalog…for both bass and guitar. I’ll probably get 30+ hours off those two tracks alone….up there with the SRV/Hendrix/Blues portion of the catalog IMO. Great job Rocksmith staff!!

MarleySantana
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Wow. Now THIS is Variety. The styles are vastly different. Hopefully all future Variety Packs spread the genres out this far.

So I’m having an “Oh Darn” moment. Requested Cissy Strut earlier in the year, and then forgot about the request when I found and learned the song on Youtube. Still happy to see it in Rocksmith and will purchase it. (Glad they’re bring back the funk. (Note: You could have gotten a 2 for 1 Funk/Reggae combo platter with Marley and the Wailers -- Satisfy My Soul Babe. Not sure if they had Aston Barrett at that time, but whomever the bassist is threw some stank on that one.)

As for the highlight of the pack, nothing feels better than this. Glad to see some lovers rock show up and most definitely to (at every possibly opportunity) have Tuff Gong in the room.

(side note) Got the Meters and more Marley. Somebody call up The Boss’s people (JB), get the Rubber Band on the phone, and link with Peter Tosh’s folks. Let ’em know anything is possible.

Even including the songs I didn’t mention, this is a nice pack Ubisoft. Mahalo.

Luke
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Luke

what a pack! not fussed about big country but this is some quality tune selection

Sunny
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Well done on Big Country and White Zombie, now you’re really cooking with gas! 🙂

MarleySantana
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MarleySantana

The Put Maggot Brain in Rocksmith Coalition shall return…

Keep the dream alive.

Telecaster
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so is the Meters a no Rhythm track?