How to find the Hidden Song on "Mob of the Dead" Zombies

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No More Teddy Bears?

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Zombies fans will be pleased to know there is another hidden song waiting for them to activate in the new adventure of Black Ops Zombies, "Mob of the Dead" which just released on XBOX 360 April 16, 2013.

As always, Treyarch developers have given fans another creepy tune to slay to and there is one major significant change in the steps you need to take to activate the new hidden musical easter egg in "Mob of the Dead" Zombies. No more Teddy Bears and no more meteor fragments! That is correct, Treyarch has switched it up a little bit this time and introduced the new piece to the musical easter egg...Liquor Bottles!

There are 3 hidden Liquor Bottles throughout "Mob of the Dead" and whilst searching the deadly cell blocks of Alcatraz Island's prison system, players will have to activate them all in order to hear this new musical masterpiece "Rusty Cage" by The Man In Black himself- Johnny Cash. The tune is actually a cover song of Sound Garden's song "Rusty Cage" and was featured on Johnny Cash's 1996 album "Unchained" which also won a grammy award.

Also a musical easter egg in itself is the introduction of point-triggered music intros and themes that you will notice while playing "Mob of the Dead". As you enter new rooms and find new objects throughout the game, musical themes that are area specific will begin to play. This is a first for Call of Duty Zombies maps and really adds to the suspense and mystery while playing the new map.

If you are a big fan of Black Ops 2 Zombies and all of the Call of Duty Zombies maps, "Mob of the Dead' is a real thriller and with the all-star cast of characters, Afterlife Mode and all of the new features, it will surely blow you away.

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