YOU have RockBand and WE have awesome music.  We make a good team, eh?  Log on NOW and download these new songs for 160 MSP from Affiance, Deception Of A Ghost, First Blood, Kid Liberty, Memphis May Fire, and Victory In Numbers.

“We’re extremely pleased to be working with Josh and Bullet Tooth,” quoted Miguel Molinari, founder of RockGamer Studios. “Over the years he’s shown an incredible ear for finding the best underground talent, and we’re glad to help him bring his roster of artists to a digitally connected audience through the Rock Band Network.”

The following Bullet Tooth songs are now available for download:

AffianceCall To The Warrior” (4:28)
Taken from ‘No Secret Revealed’ (BT010)

Deception Of A GhostIn Case You Forgot” (4:20)
Taken from ‘Speak Up, You’re Not Alone’ (BT003)

First BloodEnemy” (2:32)
aken from ‘Silence is Betrayal’ (BT006)

Kid LibertyCoolguy Deluxe!” (3:26)
aken from ‘Fight With Your Fists’ (BT002)

Memphis May FireAction/Adventure” (4:13)
aken from ‘Between The Lies’ (BT009)

Victory In NumbersThe King Is Dead” (2:59)
aken from ‘Killing. Mourning. Love.’ (BT004)


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