David Bowie - "Suffragette City" (Rewind)
Foo Fighters - "Everlong" (Rewind)
Skid Row - "18 and Life" (Part of the Rock Band Rivals Season 4 Spotlight Pass Plus)
Stone Temple Pilots - "Plush" (Rewind)
The Rock Band Rivals Season 4 Spotlight Pass Plus is a lot like what you already know. You buy a song pack that gets populated week-by-week for the length of the Rivals Season. When the Season ends, the pack goes away. The Spotlight Pass Plus is just that, but it also offers content for 12/21 and 12/28, which are the break weeks between Season 3 and Season 4. There are no Challenges, Seasonal or otherwise, it’s just a fun way to be delivered some gifts for the next couple of weeks. Starting the week of 1/04, it’ll be back to basics, with the Spotlight Pass song being a Spotlight Song in the Rivals Challenge the same week.
The Acro-Brats – "Hair Trigger"
Anarchy Club – "Collide"
Bang Camaro – "Blood Red Rock"
Bang on a Can All-Stars – "Shadowbang (Head)"
Dance for the Dying – "Thug Love"
Freezepop – "Doppelgänger"
Graveyard BBQ – "Cheat on the Church"
Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives – "Soy Bomb"
The Main Drag – "How We’d Look on Paper"
Symbion Project – "Exploited & Exposed"
So the Rivals Spotlight Pass pack turns out to be:
Garbage - "Stupid Girl"
Ted Nugent - "Stranglehold"
Vanilla Ice - "Ice Ice Baby"
Avenged Sevenfold - "God Damn"
Rick James - "Super Freak"
Blue Öyster Cult - "Burnin' For You"
Asia - "Heat of the Moment"
EDIT: Alice in Chains - "Down in a Hole"
Pretty good value for $13.49 if you are still on the fence about whether to buy this before Season 2 ends on Oct. 18.
Soon, I hope
I want so much play my RBN songs on RB4
I would like that to happen, too but ...
- there's the nightmare of relicensing songs when dealing with literally thousands of stakeholders (including authoring groups that likely no longer exist)
- previous-gen DLC entitlements are still being worked on almost two years post-launch
- Harmonix is a much smaller studio than it was during the RBN heyday
- they're getting DropMix out the door this month and have a Switch game in development, plus it sounds like they have other unannounced projects they're allocating resources to
For now, yes. But as WoodenGlory said, if there's something you want to get, you should go get it soon. Microsoft is shuttering previous-gen console services, and it's hard to say how much longer these tracks will be available.
Good news on this side, RBN songs are staying up for purchase!
With the news that XBLIG content would be pulled in late September, concerns sprouted around purchasing Rock Band Network songs (which were user-submitted through the Xbox Live Indie Games portion of Xbox 360) for use in Rock Band 2 and Rock Band 3.
We're here to say there is no concern, as the content will remain up for purchase past this month. We don't have a hard date on if or when they will come down, but we'll be sure to update as details reach us.
After a good gap, it's that time again. The demo and full game for Rock Band Blitz will be coming down on or before August 28th. Released in 2012 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation®3, it's not backwards compatible on either Xbox One or PlayStation®4 (nor will it be in the future), but all 25 songs on the soundtrack can be brought over to Rock Band 4 at no additional charge. The steps for that process can be found here.
Speaking of the songs, all 25 songs featured on Rock Band Blitz were released as standard DLC after the game came out. Those versions of the songs will remain up until further notice.
tl,dr - Songs are safe, game and demo are going.
25 songs for $15 is a pretty good deal if you haven't picked this up yet.