This Week’s Rhythm Game Track Finder Update (The Mouse Takes Over)

ddrdm.jpgMost of this past week's track finder update came courtesy of a giant mouse, and "Rock Band" heads to its hometown for one rockin' track pack.

The two full games added to the Rhythm Game Track Finder this past week were brought to you by Disney. Both "Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix" and "High School Musical: Sing It!" have Mickey's stamp of approval. "DDR Disney Mix" is packed with twenty songs that you most likely grew up singing along with like " Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and (the perpetually annoying) "It's A Small World." Thanks to the game, you can dance along to them. In addition, it features the first appearance of Chubby Checker's dance classic, "The Twist." We also added the second game for the phenomenon that is "High School Musical." "Sing It!" adds 23 more HSM songs to the database, as well as a couple other modern day Disney classics from the likes of Aly&AJ and Jesse McCartney.

This week's "Rock Band" update offers a track pack from the band that shares their name with Harmonix's hometown, Boston. When the songs go live later this week on Xbox Live and the PSN you'll be able to jam to one of the greatest karaoke songs of all time "More Than a Feeling." It's about time.

This week also saw an update to one of the games that was already included in the Track Finder. The Xbox version of "Karaoke Revolution" was updated with fourteen tracks additional tracks that are platform-specific exclusives. Ten of the fourteen songs are master tracks for some of the greatest Motown songs of all time including "Stop! In the Name of Love" and "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." The entire list of updates is below.

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix (PS1) 20 Songs Added

High School Musical: Sing It! (PS2, Wii) 30 Songs Added

Karaoke Revolution (Xbox) 14 Songs Added

Rock Band (Xbox 360, PS3) 6 Songs Added (Boston's "Hitch a Ride," "More Than a Feeling," "Peace of Mind," "Rock & Roll Band," "Smokin'," "Something About You")

As always, go to, for all this and more -- it's the definitive search engine for all your music gaming needs.