Zoso Makes RB3 (Over 200 Tracks)

ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
edited April 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Alternative

3 Doors Down "Kryptonite" (Alternative, 2000, The Better Life)

Alien Ant Farm "Smooth Criminal" (Alternative, 2001, ANThology)

Audioslave "Set It Off" (Alternative, 2002, Audioslave)

The Cure "Just Like Heaven" (Alternative, 1986, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me)

Dramarama "Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)" (Alternative, 1985, Cinema Verite)

Duran Duran "Ordinary World" (Alternative, 1993, The Wedding Album)

Eagles of Death Metal "Cherry Cola" (Alternative, 2006, Death By Sexy...)

Filter "Take a Picture" (Alternative, 1999, Title of Record)

Flyleaf "Fully Alive" (Alternative, 2005, Flyleaf)

Foo Fighters "Generator" (Alternative, 1999, There is Nothing Left To Lose)

Jane's Addiction "Been Caught Stealing" (Alternative, 1990, Ritual de lo Habitual)

Muse "New Born" (Alternative, 2001, Origin of Symmetry)

My Bloody Valentine "Only Shallow" (Alternative, 1991, Loveless)

Presidents of the United States of America "Mach 5" (Alternative, 1996, II)

Primus "To Defy the Laws of Tradition" (Alternative, 1990, Frizzle Fry)

Radiohead "Paranoid Android" (Alternative, 1997, OK Computer)

Red Hot Chili Peppers "Scar Tissue" (Alternative, 1999, Californication)

R.E.M. "Radio-Free Europe" (Alternative, 1983, Murmur)

Scars on Broadway "World Long Gone" (Alternative, 2008, Scars on Broadway)

Smashing Pumpkins "Geek U.S.A" (Alternative, 1993, Siamese Dream)

Sponge "Plowed" (Alternative, 1994, Rotting Pinata)

Stone Roses "Waterfall" (Alternative, 1989, The Stone Roses)

The Strokes "Heart in a Cage" (Alternative, 2006, First Impressions of Earth)

U2 "Sunday Bloody Sunday" (Alternative, 1983, War)

Weezer "The Good Life" (Alternative, 1996, Pinkerton)

Classic Rock

The Animals "The House of the Rising Sun" (Classic rock, 1964, single)

The Beatles "Day Tripper" (Classic rock, 1965, single)

Blue Oyster Cult "Burnin' For You" (Classic rock, 1981, Fire of Unknown Origin)

Bob Dylan "Hurricane" (Classic rock, 1976, Desire)

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band "Old Time Rock & Roll" (Classic rock, 1978, Stranger in Town)

Boston "Don't Look Back" (Classic rock, 1978, Don't Look Back)

Cheap Trick "California Man" (Classic rock, 1978, Heaven Tonight)

Chicago "25 or 6 to 4" (Classic rock, 1970, Chicago)

Cream "White Room" (Classic rock, 1968, Wheels of Fire)

Creedence Clearwater Revival "Travelin' Band" (Classic rock, 1970, Cosmo's Factory)

Crosby, Stills, & Nash "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" (Classic rock, 1969, Crosby, Stills, and Nash)

Deep Purple "Woman From Tokyo" (Classic rock, 1973, Who Do We Think We Are)

Derek & the Dominos "Layla" (Classic rock, 1970, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs)

Dire Straits "Sultans of Swing" (Classic rock, 1978, Dire Straits)

The Doors "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" (Classic rock, 1967, The Doors)

The Eagles "Victim of Love" (Classic rock, 1976, Hotel California)

Eddie Money "Two Tickets to Paradise" (Classic rock, 1977, Eddie Money)

Edgar Winter Group "Free Ride" (Classic rock, 1972, They Only Come Out at Night)

Fleetwood Mac "Don't Stop" (Classic rock, 1977, Rumours)

Foghat "Fool for the City" (Classic rock, 1975, Fool for the City)

Foreigner "Dirty White Boy" (Classic rock, 1979, Head Games)

George Thorogood & the Destroyers "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" (Classic rock, 1977, George Thorogood & the Destroyers)

Golden Earring "Radar Love" (Classic rock, 1973, Moontan)

Grand Funk Railroad "We're an American Band" (Classic rock, 1973, We're an American Band)

Grateful Dead "Friend of the Devil" (Classic rock, 1970, American Beauty)

The Guess Who "These Eyes" (Classic rock, 1968, Wheatfield Soul)

Heart "Barracuda" (Classic rock, 1977, Little Queen)

Iron Butterfly "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" (Classic rock, 1968, In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida)

Jefferson Airplane "White Rabbit" (Classic rock, 1967, Surrealistic Pillow)

Jimi Hendrix "Foxey Lady" (Classic rock, 1967, Are You Experienced)

Joe Walsh "Rocky Mountain Way" (Classic rock, 1973, The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get)

Journey "Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart)" (Classic rock, 1983, Frontiers)

The Kinks "Lola" (Classic rock, 1970, Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One)

KISS "Love Gun" (Classic rock, 1977, Love Gun)

Led Zeppelin "Dazed and Confused" (Classic rock, 1969, Led Zeppelin)

Mountain "For Yasgur’s Farm" (Classic rock, 1970, Climbing!)

The Pretenders "Back on the Chain Gang" (Classic rock, 1984, Learning to Crawl)

Queen "Seven Seas of Rhye" (Classic rock, 1973, Queen II)

REO Speedwagon "Keep On Loving You" (Classic rock, 1980, Hi Infidelity)

The Rolling Stones "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Classic rock, 1965, Out of Our Heads)

Santana "Evil Ways" (Classic rock, 1969, Santana)

Steely Dan "Reelin' in the Years" (Classic rock, 1972, Can't Buy a Thrill)

Stevie Ray Vaughan "Tightrope" (Classic rock, 1989, In Step)

Ted Nugent "Out of Control" (Classic rock, 1977, Cat Scratch Fever)

Ten Years After "I'd Love to Change the World" (Classic rock, 1971, A Space in Time)

Thin Lizzy "Waiting for an Alibi" (Classic rock, 1979, Black Rose: A Rock Legend)

The Troggs "Wild Thing" (Classic rock, 1966, single)

UFO "Rock Bottom" (Classic rock, 1974, Phenomenon)

The Who "Love, Reign O'er Me" (Classic rock, 1973, Quadrophenia)

The Yardbirds "Shapes of Things" (Classic rock, 1966, single)

ZZ Top "Tush" (Classic rock, 1975, Fandango!)

Country

Johnny Cash "Home of the Blues" (Country, 1957, single)

Emo

30 Seconds to Mars "From Yesterday" (Emo, 2005, A Beautiful Lie)

Hawthorne Heights "The Business of Paper Stars" (Emo, 2008, Fragile Future)

Story of the Year "Cannonball" (Emo, 2008, The Black Swan)

The Used "A Box Full of Sharp Objects" (Emo, 2002, The Used)

Glam

The Darkness "Get Your Hands Off My Woman" (Glam, 2003, Permission to Land)

David Bowie "Starman" (Glam, 1972, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars)

Europe "Rock the Night" (Glam, 1986, The Final Countdown)

Extreme "He-Man Woman Hater" (Glam, 1990, Pornograffitti)

Limozeen "Because, It's Midnight" (Glam, 2003, Strong Bad Sings (and Other Type Hits))

Motley Crue "Girls, Girls, Girls" (Glam, 1987, Girls, Girls, Girls)

Poison "Fallen Angel" (Glam, 1988, Open Up and Say...Ahh!)

Ratt "I Want a Woman" (Glam, 1988, Reach for the Sky)

Sweet "Fox on the Run" (Glam, 1974, Desolation Boulevard)

T.Rex "Metal Guru" (Glam, 1972, The Slider)

Warrant "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (Glam, 1990, Cherry Pie)

Grunge

Alice in Chains "We Die Young" (Grunge, 1990, Facelift)

Nirvana "School" (Grunge, 1989, Bleach)

Pearl Jam "Spin the Black Circle" (Grunge, 1994, Vitalogy)

Stone Temple Pilots "Plush" (Grunge, 1992, Core)

Soundgarden "Outshined" (Grunge, 1991, Badmotorfinger)

Indie

At the Drive-In "Transatlantic Foe" (Indie, 1998, In/Casino/Out)

Built To Spill "The Plan" (Indie, 1999, Keep It Like A Secret)

Dinosaur Jr. "Freak Scene" (Indie, 1988, Bug)

Interpol "Slow Hands" (Indie, 2004, Antics)

Lostprophets "Goodbye Tonight" (Indie, 2004, Start Something)

Metric "Dead Disco" (Indie, 2003, Old World Underground, Where Are You Now)

Modest Mouse "3rd Planet" (Indie, 2000, The Moon and Antarctica)

The National "Mistaken For Strangers" (Indie, 2007, Boxer)

Pavement "Stereo" (Indie, 1997, Brighten The Corners)

Sloan "Believe In Me" (Indie, 2008, Parallel Play)

Wintersleep "Drunk On Aluminium" (Indie, 2007, Welcome To The Night Sky)

Metal

All That Remains "The Air That I Breathe" (Metal, 2006, The Fall of Ideals)

Anthrax "Deathrider" (Metal, 1984, Fistful of Metal)

Avenged Sevenfold "Beast and the Harlot" (Metal, 2005, City of Evil)

Black Sabbath "Supernaut" (Metal, 1972, Black Sabbath Vol. 4)

Buckethead "Spokes for the Wheel of Torment" (Metal, 2004, The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell)

Bullet for My Valentine "Tears Don't Fall" (Metal, 2005, The Poison)

Danzig "Am I Demon" (Metal, 1988, Danzig)

The Devil Wears Prada "This Song is Called" (Metal, 2007, Plagues)

Dio "Don't Talk to Strangers" (Metal, 1983, Holy Diver)

Dokken "Tooth and Nail" (Metal, 1984, Tooth and Nail)

Five Finger Death Punch "The Bleeding" (Metal, 2007, The Way of the Fist)

GWAR "War Party" (Metal, 2004, War Party)

Iron Maiden "Aces High" (Metal, 1984, Powerslave)

Judas Priest "Heading Out to the Highway" (Metal, 1981, Point of Entry)

Killswitch Engage "The Arms of Sorrow" (Metal, 2006, As Daylight Dies)

Kreator "Leave This World Behind" (Metal, 1997, Outcast)

Lamb of God "11th Hour" (Metal, 2003, As the Palaces Burn)

Living Colour "Cult of Personality" (Metal, 1988, Vivid)

Mastodon "The Wolf is Loose" (Metal, 2006, Blood Mountain)

Megadeth "Holy Wars….The Punishment Due" (Metal, 1990, Rust in Peace)

Metallica "The Four Horsemen" (Metal, 1983, Kill 'Em All)

Motorhead "Eat the Rich" (Metal, 1987, Rock 'n' Roll)

Ozzy Osbourne "Over the Mountain" (Metal, 1982, Diary of a Madman)

Pantera "Cemetery Gates" (Metal, 1990, Cowboys From Hell)

Quiet Riot "Mama, Weer All Crazee Now" (Metal, 1984, Condition Critical)

Racer X "Scarified" (Metal, 1988, Second Heat)

Rage Against the Machine "Bombtrack" (Metal, 1992, Rage Against the Machine)

Rainbow "Man on the Silver Mountain" (Metal, 1975, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow)

Rob Zombie "Dragula" (Metal, 1998, Hellbilly Deluxe)

Scorpions "Big City Nights" (Metal, 1984, Love at First Sting)

Skid Row "Slave to the Grind" (Metal, 1991, Slave to the Grind)

Slayer "Postmortem" (Metal, 1986, Reign in Blood)

Slipknot "Psychosocial" (Metal, 2008, All Hope is Gone)

Spinal Tap "Stonehenge" (Metal, 1984, This is Spinal Tap)

Steppenwolf "Born to be Wild" (Metal, 1968, Steppenwolf)

Suicidal Tendencies "You Can't Bring Me Down" (Metal, 1990, Lights...Camera...Revolution!)

Twisted Sister "Under the Blade" (Metal, 1982, Under the Blade)

Warmen "The Evil That Warmen Do" (Metal, 1999, Unknown Solider)

White Zombie "More Human Than Human" (Metal, 1995, Astro Creep: 2000)

Valient Thorr "Man Behind the Curtain" (Metal, 2005, Total Universe Man)

Van Halen "Unchained" (Metal, 1981, Fair Warning)

Yngwie Malmsteen "Far Beyond the Sun" (Metal, 1984, Rising Force)

New Wave

The B-52's "Rock Lobster" (New Wave, 1979, The B-52's)

Peter Gabriel "Big Time" (New Wave, 1986, So)

The Police "Bring On the Night" (New Wave, 1979, Reggatta de Blanc)

Talking Heads "Burning Down the House" (New Wave, 1983, Speaking in Tongues)

Nu Metal

Disturbed "The Night" (Nu metal, 2008, Indestructible)

Hollywood Undead "Undead" (Nu metal, 2008, Swan Songs)

Linkin Park "Papercut" (Nu metal, 2001, Hybrid Theory)

System of a Down "Innervision" (Nu metal, 2002, Steal This Album!)

Other

Michael Jackson feat. Eddie Van Halen "Beat It" (Other, 1982, Thriller)

Stevie Wonder "Superstition" (Other, 1972, Talking Book)

Pop/Rock

.38 Special “Hold On Loosely” (Pop/Rock, 1981, Wild-Eyed Southern Boys)

INXS "Suicide Blonde" (Pop/Rock, 1990, X)

Jet "Rollover DJ" (Pop/Rock, 2003, Get Born)

The Killers "Bones" (Pop/Rock, 2006, Sam's Town)

The Monkees "I'm a Believer" (Pop/Rock, 1967, More of The Monkees)

Paramore "Fences" (Pop/Rock, 2007, Riot!)

Pat Benatar "Love is a Battlefield" (Pop/Rock, 1983, Live From Earth)

Progressive

Dream Theater "The Glass Prison" (Progressive, 2002, Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence)

Focus "Hocus Pocus" (Progressive, 1971, Moving Waves)

Genesis "Land of Confusion" (Progressive, 1986, Invisible Touch)

Jethro Tull "Bungle in the Jungle" (Progressive, 1974, War Child)

King Crimson "In the Court of the Crimson King" (Progressive, 1969, In the Court of the Crimson King)

Mars Volta "Wax Simulacra" (Progressive, 2008, The Bedlam in Goliath)

Pink Floyd "Money" (Progressive, 1973, The Dark Side of the Moon)

Rush "The Spirit of Radio" (Progressive, 1980, Permanent Waves)

Steve Vai "The Attitude Song" (Progressive, 1984, Flex-Able)

Styx "Renegade" (Progressive, 1978, Pieces of Eight)

Supertramp "Goodbye Stranger" (Progressive, 1979, Breakfast in America)

Symphony X "Eve of Seduction" (Progressive, 2007, Paradise Lost)

Tool "Aenema" (Progressive, 1996, Aenima)

Yes "Roundabout" (Progressive, 1971, Fragile)

Punk

AFI "The Days of the Phoenix" (Punk, 2000, The Art of Drowning)

Authority Zero "Over Seasons" (Punk, 2002, A Passage in Time)

blink-182 "First Date" (Punk, 2001, Take Off Your Pants and Jacket)

The Clash "London Calling" (Punk, 1979, London Calling)

Dead Kennedys "Too Drunk to F*ck" (Punk, 1981, single)

Green Day "Basket Case" (Punk, 1994, Dookie)

Iggy Pop & the Stooges "Gimme Danger" (Punk, 1973, Raw Power)

The Living End "Tabloid Magazine" (Punk, 2003, Modern Artillery)

Mission of Burma "Fame and Fortune" (Punk, 1981, Signals, Calls, and Marches)

NOFX "Bottles to the Ground" (Punk, 2000, Pump Up the Valuum)

The Offspring "The Kids Aren't Alright" (Punk, 1998, Americana)

The Ramones "Rock 'N' Roll High School" (Punk, 1979, End of the Century)

Rise Against "Paper Wings" (Punk, 2004, Siren Song of the Counter Culture)

The Sex Pistols "Holidays in the Sun" (Punk, 1977, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols)

Social Distortion "Reach for the Sky" (Punk, 2004, Sex, Love, and Rock 'n' Roll)

Sublime "What I Got" (Punk, 1996, Sublime)

Rock

AC/DC "Bad Boy Boogie" (Rock, 1977, Let There Be Rock)

Aerosmith "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" (Rock, 1987, Permanent Vacation)

Airbourne "Diamond in the Rough" (Rock, 2007, Runnin' Wild)

Alice Cooper "Poison" (Rock, 1989, Trash)

The Answer "Come Follow Me" (Rock, 2006, Rise)

Beastie Boys feat. Kerry King "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (to Party!)" (Rock, 1986, Licensed to III)

Billy Idol "Rebel Yell" (Rock, 1983, Rebel Yell)

Black Crowes "Sting Me" (Rock, 1992, The Southern Harmony and Music Companion)

Blondie "Rapture" (Rock, 1980, Autoamerican)

Bon Jovi "Raise Your Hands" (Rock, 1986, Slippery When Wet)

Crush 40 "Open Your Heart" (Rock, 2003, Crush 40)

The Cult "Fire Woman" (Rock, 1989, Sonic Temple)

Damn Yankees "Coming of Age" (Rock, 1990, Damn Yankees)

David Lee Roth "Yankee Rose" (Rock, 1986, Eat 'Em and Smile)

Def Leppard "Let's Get Rocked" (Rock, 1992, Adrenalize)

Gary Moore & Phil Lynott "Out in the Fields" (Rock, 1985, single)

Guns N' Roses "Nightrain" (Rock, 1987, Appetite for Destruction)

Joan Jett "Love Hurts" (Rock, 1990, The Hit List)

Joe Satriani "Back to Shalla-Bal" (Rock, 1989, Flying in a Blue Dream)

Kyuss "Gardenia" (Rock, 1994, Welcome to Sky Valley)

Meat Loaf "Bat Out of Hell" (Rock, 1977, Bat Out of Hell)

Oasis "Morning Glory" (Rock, 1995, (What's the Story) Morning Glory?)

Queens of the Stone Age "The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" (Rock, 2000, Rated R)

The Replacements "Can't Hardly Wait" (Rock, 1987, Pleased to Meet Me)

Sammy Hagar "I Can't Drive 55" (Rock, 1984, VOA)

School of Rock "School of Rock" (Rock, 2003, School of Rock Soundtrack)

Stray Cats "Rock This Town" (Rock, 1982, Built for Speed)

Tesla "Cumin' Atcha Live" (Rock, 1986, Mechanical Resonance)

Tenacious D "Tribute" (Rock, 2001, Tenacious D)

Velvet Revolver "Dirty Little Thing" (Rock, 2004, Contraband)

White Lion "Broken Heart" (Rock, 1985, Fight to Survive)

Wolfmother "White Unicorn" (Rock, 2005, Wolfmother)

Rock and Roll

Beach Boys "Surfin' USA" (Rock and roll, 1963, Surfin' USA)

Bill Hailey and His Comets "Rock Around the Clock” (Rock and roll, 1954, single)

Bo Diddley "I'm a Man" (Rock and roll, 1958, Bo Diddley)

Buddy Holly & the Crickets "That'll Be the Day" (Rock and roll, 1957, The "Chirping" Crickets)

Chuck Berry "Johnny B. Goode" (Rock and roll, 1959, Chuck Berry is On Top)

Dick Dale "King of the Surf Guitar" (Rock and roll, 1963, King of the Surf Guitar)

Elvis Presley "Jailhouse Rock" (Rock and roll, 1957, single)

Southern Rock

The Allman Brothers Band "Midnight Rider" (Southern rock, 1970, Idlewild South)

Lynyrd Skynyrd "That Smell" (Southern rock, 1977, Street Survivors)

The Outlaws "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky" (Southern rock, 1980, Ghost Riders)

Comments

  • thedanielthedaniel Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    That is a really good list that is really well balanced. The only issue is That's How I Escaped My Certain Fate is already in rock band.
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Thanks. To explain the Mission of Burma choice, this is an edited version of a GH list.
  • clashcityrocker10clashcityrocker10 Headliner
    edited January 2009
  • thedanielthedaniel Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    ZosoBaron;1857444 said:
    Thanks. To explain the Mission of Burma choice, this is an edited version of a GH list.
    Might I recommend Outlaw as a suitable Mission of Burma replacement.
  • SoratarSoratar Scapegoat
    edited January 2009
    I like the list, not the most popular or best songs from each artist, but well balanced. Good job!

    EDIT: I just peered at the setlist again, and you have Scars On Broadway?!?!?!? I haven't seen a request for them before!
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    I've added some Monkees *coughneildiamondcough*, Fleetwood Mac, .38 Special, and Michael Jackson.
  • Draw_First_BloodDraw_First_Blood Opening Act
    edited January 2009
    Win: Ten Years After, Twisted Sister, UFO(especially), Paramore, David Lee Roth, Stooges, and Rainbow choices. They're exactly what I would've gone for

    Fail: Thin Lizzy, The Clash, Slayer(especially), The Police, Gwar, and Billy Idol Choices. Angel of Death just turns me off completely..I don't know why that's the only Slayer song I ever see on people's requests
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    I can understand your problem with EBYT. I've changed it to Bring On the Night.

    EDIT: Changed Angel of Death to Postmortem.
  • BrutalBrianBrutalBrian Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    I like it pretty much all the way up to the 2000s. Nicely done.
  • zdblair10zdblair10 Unsigned
    edited January 2009
    thats a SICK setlist of songs, i love how theres tears don't fall. u should get some breaking benjamin they own
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    I've added King Crimson and Eagles of Death Metal, and changed my Steely Dan, Styx, Billy Idol, Living Colour, and Limozeen choices.
  • WarbasseWarbasse Unsigned
    edited January 2009
    Oh. Man.
    Limozeen would be awesome.

    Great list; saw plenty of songs that I'd love to play.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    ZosoBaron;1857410 said:
    Nirvana "School" (Grunge, 1989, Bleach)
    you have learned well, student
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Jesus, over 200 songs and only two for indie rock? And one of those songs barely even qualifies! RB2 had double that with less than half of the total songs.
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    I'm still taking suggestions, you know.
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    ZosoBaron;1860664 said:
    I'm still taking suggestions, you know.
    In that case:

    Pavement "Stereo" (Indie, 1997, Brighten The Corners)
    Modest Mouse "3rd Planet" (Indie, 2000, The Moon And Antarctica)
    Dinosaur Jr "Start Choppin'" (Indie, 1993, Where You Been)
    Built To Spill "The Plan" (Indie, 1999, Keep It Like A Secret)
    Wintersleep "Drunk On Aluminium" (Indie, 2007, Welcome To The Night Sky)
    The National "Mistaken For Strangers" (Indie, 2007, Boxer)

    And a few other random things:

    Radiohead "Paranoid Android" (Alternative, 1997, OK Computer)
    My Bloody Valentine "Only Shallow" (Alternative, 1991, Loveless)
    Death From Above 1979 "Turn It Out" (Alternative, 2004, You're A Woman, I'm A Machine)
    The Hives "Won't Be Long" (Alternative, 2007, The Black and White Album)
  • MattYoungMattYoung Unsigned
    edited January 2009
    Strokes aren't an indie band by any stretch of the word. You picked bad songs for just about every band I'd care for on there. Not nearly enough "indie" music.
  • wolfbanewolfbane Opening Act
    edited January 2009
    nice job on that list. i saw songs on there that i posted as part of 3 pack suggestions or mini playlists, but damn,you did your homework. how long did that take you?inxs suicide blonde is awesome but i would have picked new sensation if i could only use 1. alot of people put down alien ant farm but smooth criminal would be fun as hell to jam out.
    uncle toms cabin was a suprise pick to me (in a good way), lesser known than cherry pie.
  • Kyle47Kyle47 Unsigned
    edited January 2009
    There's no pop-rock like Fall OUt Boy. =(
  • 1993mic1993mic Opening Act
    edited January 2009
    The Used and Story of the Year would be great!

    The Used: Take it away - In Love and Death (2004)
    I Caught Fire - In Love and Death (2004)
    Listening - In Love and Death (2004)
    I'm a Fake - In Love and Death (2004)
    Devil Beside You - Shallow Believer (2008)
    A Box Full of Sharp Objects - The Used (2002)
    Maybe Memories - The Used (2002)
    Wake The Dead - Lies for the Liars (2007)

    Story of the Year: Burning Years - Page Avenue (2003)
    Until The Day I Die - Page Avenue (2003)
    In The Shadows - Page Avenue (2003)
    Our Time is Now - In The Wake of Determination
    (2005)
    Wake up The Voiceless - In The Wake of
    Determination (2005)
    Pay Your Enemy - In The Wake of Determination
    (2005)
    The Antidote - The Black Swan (2008)
    We're Not Gonna Make it - The Black Swan (2008)
    Cannonball - The Black Swan (2008)
    Welcome to Our New War - The Black Swan (2008)

    These are some choices but these artists have so many great songs that it would be too long to name them all:D But your setlist is good
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Thanks, I've used the following.
    overcookedbacon;1860836 said:
    Pavement "Stereo" (Indie, 1997, Brighten The Corners)
    Modest Mouse "3rd Planet" (Indie, 2000, The Moon And Antarctica)
    Built To Spill "The Plan" (Indie, 1999, Keep It Like A Secret)
    Wintersleep "Drunk On Aluminium" (Indie, 2007, Welcome To The Night Sky)
    The National "Mistaken For Strangers" (Indie, 2007, Boxer)
    Radiohead "Paranoid Android" (Alternative, 1997, OK Computer)
    My Bloody Valentine "Only Shallow" (Alternative, 1991, Loveless)
    I already had a Dinosaur Jr. track, Freak Scene, so I didn't use Start Choppin'. And I just didn't like Turn It Out or Won't Be Long.
    MattYoung;1861000 said:
    Strokes aren't an indie band by any stretch of the word.
    Fix'd the genre, thanks.
    wolfbane;1861062 said:
    how long did that take you?
    I started working on it last spring and kept changing the songs until now. Then again, back then, it was a wishlist for GHWT.
    Kyle47;1861389 said:
    There's no pop-rock like Fall OUt Boy. =(
    I personally don't consider Fall Out Boy good music. Sorry.
  • PayasoPayaso Unsigned
    edited January 2009
    Great list, nice Suicidal Tendencies choise.

    But I think it needs more Indie music (where are Arctic Monkeys, Bloc Party, MGMT, We Are Scientists and Kasabian?)

    Still nice work though.
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    ZosoBaron;1861694 said:
    I already had a Dinosaur Jr. track, Freak Scene, so I didn't use Start Choppin'. And I just didn't like Turn It Out or Won't Be Long.
    Oh, sorry I must have missed it my first time through.

    I actually like quite a few of your choices for certain songs. Especially the QOTSA song. I'm sick of seeing everyone use No One Knows.
  • New_BeeNew_Bee Opening Act
    edited January 2009
    GUH-REAT setlist!

    Two things: I'd like to recommend
    "Misery Business" from Paramore rather than "Fences",
    and the inclusion of "The Reflex" by Duran Duran.

    Needs a Duran Duran song.
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    New_Bee;1861999 said:
    GUH-REAT setlist!

    Two things: I'd like to recommend
    "Misery Business" from Paramore rather than "Fences",
    I find it a bit frustrating in Guitar Hero, so no.
    and the inclusion of "The Reflex" by Duran Duran.
    I gave it a listen. That would be a "no, thanks."
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Just one more small thing. You put Only Shallow by My Bloody Valentine in the 2000's section of your list. It should be in the 1990s (the album came out in 1991).
  • ZosoBaronZosoBaron Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Thanks for pointing that out.

    I've also changed the D*ck Dale song and added Focus and Beach Boys.
  • Ryno1116Ryno1116 Opening Act
    edited January 2009
    Muse "New Born"
    Tenacious D "Tribute"

    im in!:D:D:D:D:):D:):D
  • franticfishfranticfish Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    Nice picks on The Who, UFO, Black Sabbath & Rainbow.
    By the way Thin Lizzy aren't metal.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited January 2009
    franticfish;1866758 said:
    By the way Thin Lizzy aren't metal.
    Well, songs like The Boys Are Back in Town, Jailbreak and Bad Reputation aren't, but songs like Cold Sweat and This is the One are.
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