The folks at Harmonix have apparently decided to celebrate the one year anniversary of Rock Band 3
by releasing a patch to address a couple of small issues in the title. Also, in a move that will be welcome by quite a few people, a couple of tracks that did not originally make it through the export process will return.
HMXHenry shares the details on the patch:
• Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Dani California” will now be available in Rock Band 3. These were songs from the RB1 disc that were not previously available via export, but thanks to some music licensing magic you’ll be able to play these fan favorite tracks in RB3. These songs should be visible to anyone that previously imported RB1, but if you have additional questions related to export you can consult support articles here
• We’ve corrected an issue where playing combinations of “Surfing with the Alien,” “Satch Boogie,” “The Hockey Theme” and “Caprici di Diablo” in a set list resulted in a crash.
• We’ve added an additional filter option for songs in your library. In addition to sorting by lighter rating, this new option will allow users to hide 1 Lighter rated songs that you don’t want to see in your set list, which should allow for more effective organization of the growing library of RB content.
The title update should go live sometime later today, November 8th. As with other title updates for this game, you'll be prompted to download it the next time you fire up Rock Band 3