Bee Gees coming next week (16-Nov)

#1 Edited by skrutop (3615 posts) -

This is from, so I'd say it's pretty much a done deal: 

The Bee Gees are coming to Rock Band 3. The iconic 1970s tight-pants disco trio is bringing six of their most famous tunes to Rock Band 3 as downloadable content, including, of course, pro versions of keyboard, bass, guitar and drums. Here are the tracks:

  • “Jive Talkin’”
  • “Night Fever”
  • “Stayin’ Alive”
  • “Nights on Broadway”
  • “Tragedy”
  • “You Should Be Dancing”

They will be available on November 16. 
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They say pro guitar as well, but I'm going to wait for the official HMX announcement tomorrow as these sort of small details get confused sometimes.
It's impossible to dislike the Bee Gees.  Completely impossible.   I just hope that they have the band do disco moves during the song (yes, I know it won't happen but I can dream).  Sayin' Alive is an obvious choice, and I'll probably get Jive Talkin' and maybe Night fever.
update: John Drake confirmed it in a post on
#2 Posted by Afroman269 (7387 posts) -

Dude.......FUCKING YES!!!! 

#3 Posted by Marcsman (3332 posts) -

The Gibb brothers return. 
#4 Posted by melcene (3034 posts) -

I have the feeling my husband won't be thrilled but I'm looking forward to picking up at least a few of those.

#5 Posted by MooseyMcMan (11492 posts) -

One might say that the Rock Band DLC service is, stayin' alive!  
Admit it, you've seen lamer jokes. 

#6 Posted by Claude (16255 posts) -

I want to see and hear Brad do his falsetto with the Bee Gees. Make this happen Giant Bomb.

#7 Posted by JJWeatherman (14575 posts) -

Night Fever and Stayin' Alive are must-owns. I'm sad about the omission of I started a Joke, though.

#8 Posted by Hobbies (976 posts) -

Might get Stayin' Alive for the lulz, but that's it.

#9 Posted by melcene (3034 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan: That one definitely warranted its own rimshot sound effect. 
#10 Posted by Malakhii (1443 posts) -

I'm going to have to get my perm done before I can play this. 

#11 Posted by Marcsman (3332 posts) -

With now the Bee Gees DLC arriving. I can Asia right around the corner. 
Oi vey.
#12 Edited by CaptainObvious (3000 posts) -

Holy shit. I have to get Rockband 3 now.

#13 Edited by skrutop (3615 posts) -
@MooseyMcMan said:

" One might say that the Rock Band DLC service is, stayin' alive!   ...  Admit it, you've seen lamer jokes.  "

I admit NOTHING.
@Malakhii said:
" I'm going to have to get my perm done before I can play this.  "
And get your shiny gold bellbottom jumpsuit back from the dry cleaners.
@CaptainObvious said:
" Holy shit. I have to get Rockband 3 now. "

Probably the best comment.  Keyboards, harmonies, pro mode, and 83 new songs didn't sway you.  But the Bee Gees made the fucking case :)
#14 Posted by TheGreatGuero (9130 posts) -

Awww yeah. I get to celebrate my birthday with the Bee Gees.

#15 Posted by 234r2we232 (3181 posts) -

Boo this. Still waiting for my Faith No More track pack :(

#16 Edited by Timma1083 (566 posts) -

Stayin' Alive FTW. Probably getting more too. 
Edit: I just realized Harmonix had access to "Stayin' Alive" and didn't put it in Dance Central. I need to slap someone.

#17 Posted by ssj4raditz (1125 posts) -

Just when you think it can't get any better!

#18 Posted by bartok (2594 posts) -

I think if I tried to do the vocals to any of those songs I would end up sounding like Tom Waits when I am done.

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