Wii finally able to download content and rock out

The moment that Wii owners have been waiting for has finally happened. Yep, Harmonix announced yesterday that the Rock Band store for the Wii is finally open, and owners of the game can start downloading tracks and getting their rock-on with some new music.

The good news: the downloadable content is live. The bad news: not everything is available yet. Harmonix has promised that it will continue to update the store as the rest of the catalog is converted.

For now, here’s a list of what’s available:

30 Seconds to Mars “The Kill”
All-American Rejects “Move Along”
Avenged Sevenfold “Afterlife”
Black Tide “Shockwave”
Blink-182 “All the Small Things”
Blondie “Call Me”
Boston “More Than a Feeling”
Boston “Rock & Roll Band”
Disturbed “Inside the Fire”
Fall Out Boy “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race”
Jimmy Buffett “Cheeseburger in Paradise”
Lynyrd Skynyrd “Simple Man”
Metallica “And Justice For All”
Motley Crue “Saints of Los Angeles”
Muse “Hysteria”
Nine Inch Nails “The Perfect Drug”
Oasis “Wonderwall”
Papa Roach “Time is Running Out”
Paramore “Crushcrushcrush”
Red Hot Chili Peppers “Snow (( Hey Oh ))”
Rush “Working Man (vault edition)”
Serj Tankian “Beethoven’s C***”
Smashing Pumpkins “Zero”
Stone Temple Pilots “Interstate Love Song”
Stone Temple Pilots “Sex Type Thing”
The Offspring “Hammerhead”
The Police “Message in a Bottle”
The Who “Baba O’Riley”
Weezer “Buddy Holly”
Weezer “El Scorcho”

[via Nintendogal.com]