Best Songs On Rock Band 2 Song List
Best songs on the "Rock Band 2" song list have you playing and singing along at the same time. The "Rock Band 2" song list is over 80 tunes long, and some of the best tracks on the "Rock Band 2" song list are the classic hits from the last 40 years.
- "Alive" (1991): One of Pearl Jam's biggest grunge-era hits from their debut album, "Ten," "Alive" is one of the best songs on the "Rock Bank 2" song list. Heady vocals, a swinging guitar riff and memorable lyrics make this tune one of Pearl Jam's most enduring songs.
- "Aqualung" (1971): British progressive rock bank Jethro Tull's hit from album of the same name, "Aqualung" stands out on the "Rock Band 2" song list. The distinctive use of a flute, coupled with lead guitarist Martin Barre's killer solo and the most catchy lyrics you'll ever hear about a pedophile, make this track stand out.
- "So What'cha Want" (1992): The Beastie Boys redefined themselves with their 1992 album, "Check Your Head," and "So What'cha Want" played in dance clubs all over the place after its release. No longer fighting for their right to party on simple '80s tracks, this song heralded the group's evolution as musicians.
- "Down with the Sickness" (2000): The first official hit for Distributed off of their debut album, "The Sickness," this heavy song with a catchy chorus launched the metal band into the spotlight.
- "Pinball Wizard" (1969): One of the oldest and best songs on the "Rock Band 2" soundtrack list is the Who's infamous hit from their rock opera, "Tommy." The song's catchy refrain and pop sound make the "Pinball Wizard" one of the most recognizable hits from the British band.