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Foster The People To Have Two Tracks On ‘Rock Band’ Next Week

Written by Kiel Egging on July 21, 2012

American group Foster the People are the latest group to be immortalised by a video game – they’ll have two songs available on Rock Band next week.

The band’s songs Helana Beat and Don’t Stop (Colour the Walls) will be available for the game on Xbox 360, Wii and Playstation 3 from Tuesday.

While this is great news for Foster fans, what about their most popular hit, Pumped Up Kicks?

According to Diffuser, the smash track will as part of new game titled Rock Band Blitz, which will be out later this year on Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network.

For more information and a chance to listen to samples of the Foster the People songs chosen for Rock Band, visit the game’s official website.

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