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Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
edited July 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
1960’s 11 Songs
The Animals - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 1965
Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone 1965
The Mamas & the Papas - California Dreamin' 1966
Cream - Sunshine of Your Love 1967
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Purple Haze 1967
The Monkees - Daydream Believer 1967
Deep Purple – Hush 1968
The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash 1968
Simon & Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson 1968
Steppenwolf - Born to be Wild 1968
Jackson Five – I Want You Back 1969

1970’s 32 Songs
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Travelin' Band 1970
The Hollies - Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) 1971
Led Zeppelin - Black Dog 1971
Three Dog Night - Joy to the World 1971
Alice Cooper - No More Mr. Nice Guy 1973
BTO - Taking Care of Business 1973
The Doobie Brothers - China Grove 1973
Grand Funk - We're an American Band 1973
The Marshall Tucker Band – Can’t You See 1973
Pink Floyd – Money 1973
Golden Earring - Radar Love 1973
Aerosmith - Sweet Emotion 1975
Foghat - Fool for the City 1975
Head East – Never Been Any Reason 1975
Lynyrd Synyrd - Saturday Night Special 1975
ZZ Top – Tush 1975
The Eagles - Life in the Fast Lane 1976
Heart - Crazy on You 1976
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Blinded By the Light 1976
Wild Cherry - Play that Funky Music 1976
Ram Jam - Black Betty 1977
Steve Miller Band - Jungle Love 1977
Ted Nugent - Cat Scratch Fever 1977
Boston - Party 1978
Cheap Trick – Surrender 1978
Dire Straights - Sultans of Swing 1978
Foreigner - Hot Blooded 1978
Joe Walsh - Life's Been Good 1978
Journey - Wheel in the Sky 1978
Queen - Fat Bottomed Girls 1978
Van Halen – You Really Got Me 1978
Lost in the Supermarket – The Clash 1979

1980’s 27 Songs
Bob Seger - Her Strut 1980
Judas Priest - Breaking the Law 1980
Billy Squier - The Stroke 1981
Blue Oyster Cult - Burnin' for You 1981
Joan Jett - I Love Rock n Roll 1981
.38 Special - Hold On Loosely 1981
A Flock of Seagulls – I Ran (So Far Away) 1982
George Thorogood - Bad to the Bone 1982
Michael Jackson - Beat It 1982
Def Leppard - Foolin' 1983
DIO - Rainbow in the Dark 1983
Kiss - Lick it Up 1983
Pat Benatar - Love is a Battlefield 1983
Paul Engemann - Push It to the Limit (Scarface) 1983
Quiet Riot - *** on Feel the Noize 1983
Yes - Owner of a Lonely Heart 1983
Scorpions - Rock You Like a Hurricane 1984
Twisted Sister - I Wanna Rock 1984
Bad Company - Can't Get Enough of Your Love 1985
Beastie Boys – (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party) 1986
Bon Jovi - You Give Love a Bad Name 1986
Eddie Money - Take Me Home Tonight 1986
Guns N' Roses - Paradise City 1987
U2 - I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 1987
Whitesnake - Here I Go Again 1987
Poison - Nothin' but a Good Time 1988
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Runnin’ Down a Dream 1989
Warrant – Down Boys 1989

1990’s 20 Songs
Pantera - Cowboys from Hell 1990
Nirvana - Come as You Are 1991
Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears 1991
Alice in Chains - Them Bones 1992
Megadeth - Symphony of Destruction 1992
Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter 1992
Counting Crows - Mr. Jones 1993
Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do 1993
Spin Doctors - Two Princes 1993
Oasis - Champagne Supernova 1995
Sublime - What I Got 1996
Everclear - I Will Buy You a New Life 1997
Metallica – Fuel 1997
Radiohead - Paranoid Android 1997
Third Eye Blind - Semi-Charmed Life 1997
Barenaked Ladies - One Week 1998
The Goo Goo Dolls - Slide 1998
Rob Zombie – Dragula 1998
Rage Against the Machine - Sleep Now in the Fire 1999
Red Hot Chillipeppers – Otherside 1999
Santana feat. Rob Thomas - Smooth 1999

2000’s 50 Songs
Coldplay – Yellow 2000
Fuel - Hemorrhage (In My Hands) 2000
Lifehouse - Hanging by a Moment 2000
Limp Bizkit - My Way 2000
Linkin Park – Papercut 2000
The Offspring - Original Prankster 2000
Blink-182 - First Date 2001
Creed - My Sacrifice 2001
Puddle of Mudd – Blurry 2001
Sum 41 - In Too Deep 2001
Weezer - Island in the Sun 2001
The Darkness - I Believe in a Thing Called Love 2002
Default – Wasting My Time 2002
Ra - Do You Call My Name 2002
3 Doors Down – When I’m Gone 2002
The All-American Rejects - Swing, Swing 2003
Nickelback – Someday 2003
Staind - So Far Away 2003
Switchfoot - Meant to Live 2003
Thrice – The Artist in the Ambulance 2003
Bowling for Soup – 1985 2004
Citizen Cope - Son's Gonna Rise 2004
Green Day – Holiday 2004
Interpol - Slow Hands 2004
The Killers - Somebody Told Me 2004
Killswitch Engage – The End of Heartache 2004
Slipknot - Before I Forget 2004
Audioslave - Doesn't Remind Me 2005
Avenged Sevenfold - Beast and the Harlot 2005
Bullet for My Valentine - Hit the Floor 2005
Dream Theater - These Walls 2005
Dropkick Murphys - I'm Shipping Up to Boston 2005
Fall Out Boy - Dance, Dance 2005
Mudvayne - Happy? 2005
Paramore – Pressure 2005
System of a Down – Hypnotize 2005
Breaking Benjamin - Diary of Jane 2006
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Face Down 2006
Rise Against - The Good Left Undone 2006
Three Days Grace – Riot 2006
Wolfmother - Love Train 2006
The Bravery - Believe 2007
Five Finger Death Punch - White Knuckles 2007
Foo Fighters - Long Road to Ruin 2007
Matchbox Twenty - How Far We've Come 2007
Serj Tankian - Empty Walls 2007
Disturbed - Haunted 2008
Pop Evil - 100 in a 55 2008
Shinedown - Second Chance 2008
Mastodon – Oblivion 2009

140 Total Songs

Ok I know that there is somebody out there that doesn't like that setlist at all. Go ahead and tell me what you think, please post, don't hold back.

Comments

  • itsmeyayitsmeyay Unsigned
    edited April 2009
    In Too Deep would be great fun on guitar, drums, bass, and probably vocals. I'd buy it. I'd also love My Way. Before I Forget would be pretty good, and same with Love Train.

    There are way better SoaD songs than Hypnotize, and better Linkin Park than Breaking The Habit, at least for Rock Band. I think Breaking the Habit would probably only be good on vocals, the guitar/bass and drums would be so repetitive, because most of what actually changes in the song is in the DJing from Mr. Hahn.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I listened to Hypnotize again, great song. I'd like that in there, too :P
  • Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
    edited April 2009
    itsmeyay;2254728 said:
    There are way better SoaD songs than Hypnotize, and better Linkin Park than Breaking The Habit, at least for Rock Band. I think Breaking the Habit would probably only be good on vocals, the guitar/bass and drums would be so repetitive, because most of what actually changes in the song is in the DJing from Mr. Hahn.
    I agree with your Linkin Park comment now that i think about it. LP is kinda hard cuz of the changes in singing between Chester and Mike. But i'm gonna change Breaking the Habit with Papercut. Papercut is a hundred times better instrumentaly anyway. Thanks for the reply. Hopefully there will be more replys so i can make this list alot better lol
  • neckermanncjneckermanncj Washed Up
    edited April 2009
    no indie rock = fail!
  • AcrompAcromp Unsigned
    edited April 2009
    Creed=fail
  • DemeniseDemenise Rising Star
    edited April 2009
    Whitesnake - Here I Go Again on My Own
    Blue Oyster Cult - I'm Burning for You

    Never heard of those songs. I'd replace both of them with "Here I Go Again" and "Burnin' For You", respectively.

    ...In all seriousness, it's pretty generic.
  • Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
    edited April 2009
    Never heard of those songs. I'd replace both of them with "Here I Go Again" and "Burnin' For You", respectively.
    Thanks, nice eye, I'll fix those. And for the sake of indie rock i'll add radiohead. Keep giving more more stuff that's bad about this list too.
  • Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
    edited June 2009
    So i took some time and cleaned up my list a bunch. Please post :) tell me what you think.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited June 2009
    Samman20;2313876 said:
    Thanks, nice eye, I'll fix those. And for the sake of indie rock i'll add radiohead. Keep giving more more stuff that's bad about this list too.
    Radiohead is nowhere near indie rock. All of their albums have been released on a major label.

    This list is unbalanced, generic, and just boring overall.

    1/10.
  • Tank9088Tank9088 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    Yeah, you also put Quite Riot and Bob Segar. Too much 70's compared to 90's and a pretty bland setlist. I'd give it a 4 out of 10.
  • espbscatespbscat Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    yeah i agree, 4 out of 10 is about right, strange mix of artists and song selections.
    also, way too many guitar hero songs, i'm sick of most of those.
  • yaniv297yaniv297 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    why why why why high and dry? it's such a bad songs. it gives radiohead a bad name.
  • NoobtardNoobtard Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    A Flock of Seagulls – I Ran (So Far Away) 1982
    Michael Jackson - Beat It 1982
    Guns N' Roses - Paradise City 1987
    Blink-182 - First Date 2001
    Puddle of Mudd – Blurry 2001
    Weezer - Island in the Sun 2001
    Avenged Sevenfold - Beast and the Harlot 2005
    System of a Down – Hypnotize 2005
    The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - Face Down 2006
    Rise Against - The Good Left Undone 2006
    Foo Fighters - Long Road to Ruin 2007
    Serj Tankian - Empty Walls 2007

    All of the proceeding songs are EPIC WIN. Put in more random 90's songs like Closing Time by Semisonic, Remote Control by Age of Electric, and Flagpole Sitta by Harvey Danger. These Walls is really good, I would personally put in As I Am, but whatever. Good job. 7.3/10
  • dragonanthony86dragonanthony86 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    i thought you said it was a huge setlist?

    its not that big
  • sitbooboositsitbooboosit Rising Star
    edited June 2009
    60s: Not enough.
    70s: Like it a lot.
    80s: Not my favorite era, but that's not your fault.
    90s: Not enough.
    2000s: That's where you lost me.
  • N-PlayN-Play Rising Star
    edited June 2009
    1960’s 3 Songs
    1970’s 30 Songs
    1980’s 24 Songs
    1990’s 12 Songs
    2000’s 48 Songs
    only 12 songs from the 90's? this sucks overalla and few 90's tunes
  • FizzelerFizzeler Washed Up
    edited June 2009
    timmay9;2532112 said:
    Radiohead is nowhere near indie rock. All of their albums have been released on a major label.

    This list is unbalanced, generic, and just boring overall.

    1/10.
    This also Prog?
    I count 2 songs I would consider Prog. (the YES song is not Prog. and must be changed)
  • Silver-WingsSilver-Wings Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    I think you should of put more TThrice.
    Vheissu or The Illusion of Safety both great albums & challenging to play. Teppei has amazing leads, Dustin has a great voice & doesn't just scream at random, Ed has great bass skillls especially in Daedalus, and Riley just knows how to make even a simple drum line sound great.
    Maybe Alchemy Index I'm not sure of all 4 cds but some songs would be cool like: Burn the Fleet, Firebreather, Daedalus, The Earth Isn't Humming
  • General Lein979General Lein979 Headliner
    edited June 2009
    Generic with song choice by the bands.
  • demolitiondemolition Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    the setlist works for me, but:

    "Katy Perry – I Kissed a Girl"

    you've got to be kidding?
  • edited June 2009
    Come on Feel the Noize, was originally by Slade not Quiet Riot in 1973
  • Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
    edited June 2009
    Alright i added some songs, mostly in the 60s and 90s, and changed some songs up too. I also added some linkage so check em out. I was strugglin to find links that were helpful to some songs (e.g. Blinded by the Light - Manfred Mann's Earth Band). But i've been trying hard so check it out and leave some comments.
  • Steven_FSteven_F Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    Yellow by Coldplay makes this setlist awesome :D
  • XenonligerXenonliger Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    I'm liking it Samman, the presentation makes my setlist look **** :D
    Though we almost have no songs the same which is odd. But yeah...awesome list, nice to see Black Dog on there, :)
  • Samman20Samman20 Opening Act
    edited June 2009
    I linked almost all of the songs to a site called songfacts.com. I think its a pretty cool site, it gives a little information about the song along with the music. Just wanted to let you guys know so you could check the site out or whatever, its pretty nifty :)
  • jamie30jamerjamie30jamer Opening Act
    edited June 2009
    Steven_F;2602346 said:
    Yellow by Coldplay makes this setlist awesome :D
    Yellow by Coldplay makes this setlist SUCK
    I Kissed a Girl by Katy Perry makes this setlist Double Suck...

    Double Suck = EPIC FAIL
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited June 2009
    The list is still pretty terrible. Not one OMG song here for me.
  • kotsedrverkotsedrver Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    It's nice that you put "Black Dog" on the setlist! One of my favorite Led Zeppelin songs to date, including "Stairway to Heaven".

    "I Kissed A Girl" by Katy Perry? Are you F-ing me? We already have Coldplay in the setlist, and you can't possibly make it worse if you put Katy Perry there!

    Plus, I think "Damage Inc." would be much more better in the setlist than "Fuel" is. Just imagine how hard it would be if it was on RB3! The guitar would be beast, and the drums....THE DRUMS!!! :eek:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZqMIzddhmk
  • BlinkerzBlinkerz Opening Act
    edited June 2009
    70's and 90's songs are fricken amazing. Nice job!
  • sudokusergeantsudokusergeant Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    white room or layla would be more fun to play than sunshine of your love, but otherwise a pretty good setlist
  • The CheatThe Cheat Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    Meh, seems like you grabbed quite a few songs that were already in previous games (Rock Band or Otherwise), and a few other songs, that should just be DLC. The Monkees fail in my opinion, and Led Zeppelin will never be in Rock Band. Too many songs from the 00's, as well, and I would have liked to see more variety in Genre.
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