More Beatles tunes are on the way for enthusiasts next week as Harmonix and MTV Games today announced the 1965 “Rubber Soul” album is on its way, in its entirety to the Rock Band Music Store next week.

Beginning Dec. 15 anyone with a copy of The Beatles: Rock Band can download the album, or singles from it, from Xbox Live, The PlayStation Network, and the Wii Shop Channel.

Here’s the album’s entire list of tunes, in case you’ve forgotten, or just aren’t aware ( like me)

  • “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)”
  • “You Won’t See Me”
  • “Nowhere Man”
  • “Think For Yourself”
  • “The Word”
  • “Michelle”
  • “What Goes On”
  • “Girl”
  • “In My Life”
  • “Wait”
  • “Run For Your Life”

$17.99/1440 MS Points for the entire album or $2 individually. The choice. Is yours.

“Rubber Soul” joins “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club” and “Abbey Road” as full albums already available in the Music Store. So if you’ve got a twinge for The Beatles, you’re probably loving this news.

I’m currently contemplating handing over my copy of The Beatles: Rock Band to GameStop for credit, as I only purchased it to impress a girl, which, uhh, didn’t work out.

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