KISS: 'Guitar Hero 5' Tracks Announced

Look for KISS to headline the "Guitar Hero" stage on November 19 with a three-song track pack that's sure to satiate the KISS fan in everyone. The track pack will feature "Modern Day Delilah", the first single off the band's new album, "Sonic Boom"; "Lick It Up", the title track from the group's 1983 album; and "I Was Made for Loving You", KISS's second gold single.

KISS Track Pack will be available via Xbox Live Marketplace for Xbox 360 for 440 Microsoft Points, on the PlayStation Store for the PS3 for $5.49 and for Wii for 550 Wii Points. In addition, all songs in the KISS Track Pack will be released as downloadable singles for Xbox 360 for 160 Microsoft Points each, PS3 for $1.99 each and Wii for 200 Wii Points each.

While you wait, you can also rock out to KISS right now in "Guitar Hero 5", which features "Shout It Out Loud".

Video footage of KISS talking about "Guitar Hero 5" can be viewed below.

For more information, visit www.guitarhero.com.

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