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Rock Band 3: Ozzy Osbourne DLC on way – list of songs

If you own a copy of the Rock Band 3 game and you just happen to be a huge fan of Ozzy Osbourne, then I think we have news that you definitely won’t want to miss. We have just received word that the Rock Band 3 game is due to receive some new Ozzy Osbourne downloadable content next week.

What’s more is that we have the full list of songs for you. According to Fred Dutton over at, the eight-song Ozzy Osbourne DLC pack is due to arrive on May 31st and just like with the previously released DLC, it will be available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii.

The DLC — which has been timed to coincide with the re-release of both the Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman albums — includes, Steal Away (The Night), Mr. Crowley, Bark at the Moon, Flying High Again, I Don’t Know, Over the Mountain, Diary of a Madman and Mama, I’m Coming Home.

Fans can choose to buy the whole DLC pack for £6.99 / €9.99 / 1350 Wii Points / 1080 Microsoft Points, or buy the tracks individually for £0.99 / €1.49 / 200 Wii Points / 160 Microsoft Points. However, Mama, I’m Coming Home and Bark at the Moon are only available as part of the track pack.

Pro Guitar and Pro Bass expansions are also available for the Mr. Crowley, Bark at the Moon and Mama, I’m Coming Home songs, but will cost you an extra £0.59 / €0.79 / 100 Wii Points / 80 Microsoft Points. Will you be downloading the full track pack or will you just pick individual songs?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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