According to IGN, Ubisoft have revealed the entire tracklist for their upcoming Nintendo DS title, Jam Sessions. For those that missed our hands-on preview earlier this year, Jam Sessions turns the DS' touch screen into a virtual guitar and allows players to "strum" the screen in order to play a tune.
The final tracklist includes various genres from the likes of R&B, reggae and naturally, classic and alternative rock. In total, there will be 17 tracks including:
- Amy Winehouse - "You know I'm no good"
- Avril Lavigne - "I'm With You"
- Beck - "Jackass"
- Blind Melon - "No rain"
- Bob Marley - "No woman no cry"
- Bob Dylan - "Like a rolling stone"
- Cheap Trick - "Surrender"
- Coldplay - "Yellow"
- Death Cab for Cutie - "I will follow you into the dark"
- Jackson 5 - "Never can say goodbye"
- James Taylor - "How sweet it is to be loved by you"
- Janis Joplin - "Me and Bobby McGee"
- Johnny Cash - "I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know"
- Marvin Gaye - "What's going on?"
- Nirvana - "The man who sold the world"
- Rascal Flatts - "Life is a Highway"
- The Fray - "Over my head"
It should be noted, however, that these songs apply to the American version of the game and if other music titles are anything to go by, we'll likely see a slightly altered list for PAL regions. Additionally, American gamers who purchase their copy from Best Buy will apparently get three exclusive tracks including:
- Brad Paisley - "I'm gonna miss her"
- Jimi Hendrix - "Wild thing"
- Tom Petty - "Needles and pins"
At this stage it is unknown if the tracks will be made available via a similar method for PAL regions or if they'll simply be taken out. Jam Sessions for the DS is currently expected to be released in Australia in late September.