Activision are releasing a number of Track Packs for Guitar Hero 5 throughout November as well as the ability to import 69 tracks from Guitar Hero 5 into Band Hero, or import 61 of Band Hero's hits directly into Guitar Hero 5.

The track packs are:

Lenny Kravitz Track Pack: "Let Love Rule", "Lady" and "Fly Away" - Releasing November 5th on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii.

KISS Track Pack: "Modern Day Delilah", "Lick It Up" and "I Was Made for Loving You" - Releasing November 12th on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii.

The Neversoft Thanks the Fans track pack: "Lemon Frosting" by Bunny Knutson, "RockNRola" by Nancy Fullforce, "From the Blue/Point of No Return/T.T.R.T.S" by An Endless Sporadic, "Love Holds It Down" by Dom Liberati, "You Really Like Me" by Davidicus and "Guilty Pleasures" by Tony Solis - Available free only for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on the 24th November.

Metallica Wii Track Pack: "All Nightmare Long", "That Was Just Your Life", "The Day That Never Comes", "The Judas Kiss", "The End Of The Line", "The Unforgiven III", "Suicide & Redemption J.H." and "Suicide & Redemption K.H." - Available only as downloadable singles from November 24th on Wii Only.

Full details of Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero importing can be found here.

"The Lenny Kravitz and KISS Track Packs will be available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace for Xbox 360 on the PlayStationŽStore for the PlayStation 3 system and for Wii. In addition, all songs in the Lenny Kravitz and KISS Track Packs will be released as downloadable singles for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system and Wii. The Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero disc imports will be available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system and Wii. The remaining eight songs in Metallica's Death Magnetic track pack will be released as downloadable singles for Wii for 200 Wii Points each.

Additionally, fans are now able to choose from more than 150 other downloadable songs or import select songs from Guitar Hero World Tour and Guitar Hero Greatest Hits to further customise their Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero set list."