Sonicnerd23's New and Improved RB3 Setlist!

sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
edited July 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
1950's
"Rock Around the Clock" - Bill Haley and His Comets (Rock Around the Clock, 1955 - Rockabilly)
"I Can't Quit You Baby" - Otis Rush (Single, 1956 - Blues)
"That'll Be the Day" - Buddy Holly and the Crickets (The "Chirping" Crickets, 1957 - Rockabilly)
"Jailhouse Rock" - Elvis Presley (Single, 1957 - Rockabilly)
"Good Golly Miss Molly" - Little Richard (Little Richard, 1958 - Rockabilly)
"Roll Over Beethoven" - Chuck Berry (Chuck Berry Is On Top, 1959 - Rockabilly)

1960's
"Around and Around" - The Animals (The Animals, 1964 - Classic Rock)
"Get Off of My Cloud" - The Rolling Stones (December's Children (And Everybody's), 1965 - Classic Rock)
"I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better" - The Byrds (Mr. Tambourine Man, 1965 - Pop Rock)
"The Nazz are Blues" - The Yardbirds (Roger the Engineer, 1966 - Classic Rock)
"Love Me Till the Sun Shines" - The Kinks (Something Else by The Kinks, 1967 - Classic Rock)
"Fire" - Jimi Hendrix (Are You Experienced?, 1967 - Psychedelic Rock)
"Revolution" - The Beatles (B-side, 1968 - Classic Rock)
"Chest Fever" - The Band (Music from Big Pink, 1968 - Classic Rock)
"White Room" - Cream (Wheels of Fire, 1968 - Classic Rock)
"Summertimes Blues" - Blue Cheer (Vincebus Eruptum, 1968 - Psychedelic Rock)
"St. Stephen" - The Grateful Dead (Aoxomoxa, 1969 - Psychedelic Rock)
"How Many More Times" - Led Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin, 1969 - Classic Rock)
"Volunteers" - Jefferson Airplane (Volunteers, 1969 - Psychedelic Rock)
"21st Century Schizoid Man" - King Crimson (In the Court of the Crimson King, 1969 - Progressive Rock)
"Willie the Pimp" - Frank Zappa (Hot Rats, 1969 - Progressve Rock)

1970's
"Theme for an Imaginary Western" - Mountain (Climbing!, 1970 - Classic Rock)
"Fire and Water" - Free (Fire and Water, 1970 - Classic Rock)
"Bargain" - The Who (Who's Next, 1971 - Classic Rock)
"Halo of Flies" - Alice Cooper (Killer, 1971 - Glam Rock)
"Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" - The Hollies (Distant Light, 1971 - Pop Rock)
"Theme from Shaft" - Isaac Hayes (Shaft, 1971 - Funk)
"After Forever" - Black Sabbath (Master of Reality, 1971 - Heavy Metal)
"Raw Ramp" - T. Rex (B-side, 1971 - Glam Rock)
"Pictures of Home" - Deep Purple (Machine Head, 1972 - Hard Rock)
"Heart of the Sunrise" - Yes (Fragile, 1972 - Progressive Rock)
"I Just Want to Make Love to You" - Foghat (Foghat, 1972 - Classic Rock)
"Ziggy Stardust" - David Bowie (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, 1972 - Glam Rock)
"King of the World" - Steely Dan (Countdown to Ecstasy, 1973 - Classic Rock)
"Time" - Pink Floyd (Dark Side of the Moon, 1973 - Progressive Rock)
"Hot Rails to Hell" - Blue Oyster Cult (Tyranny and Mutation, 1973 - Hard Rock)
"Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" - Elton John (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, 1973 - Glam Rock)
"100,000 Years" - Kiss (Kiss, 1974 - Hard Rock)
"Rock Bottom" - UFO (Phenomenon, 1974 - Heavy Metal)
"Bastille Day" - Rush (Caress of Steel, 1975 - Progressive Rock)
"Stargzer" - Rainbow (Rising, 1976 - Heavy Metal)
"Victim of Changes" - Judas Priest (Sad Wings of Destiny, 1976 - Heavy Metal)
"Magic Man" - Heart (Dreamboat Annie, 1976 - Hard Rock)
"Play That Funky Music" - Wild Cherry (Wild Cherry, 1976 - Funk)
"That Smell" - Lynyrd Skynyrd (Street Survivors, 1977 - Southern Rock)
"The Grand Illusion" - Styx (The Grand Illusion, 1977 - Progressive Rock)
"Sheena is a Punk Rocker" - The Ramones (Rocket to Russia, 1977 - Punk Rock)
"One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" - George Thorogood (George Thorogood and the Destroyers, 1977 - Blues)
"God Save the Queen" - The Sex Pistols (Nevermind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, 1977 - Punk Rock)
"Night Fever" - The Bee Gees (Saturday Night Fever, 1977 - Disco)
"Jet Airliner" - Steve Miller Band (Book of Dreams, 1977 - Classic Rock)
"Slick Black Cadillac" - Quiet Riot (Quiet Riot II, 1977 - Glam Metal)
"Gator Country" - Molly Hatchet (Molly Hatchet, 1978 - Southern Rock)
"Peanuts" - The Police (Outlandos D'Amour, 1978 - Pop Rock)
"Tommy Gun" - The Clash (Give 'em Enough Rope, 1978 - Punk Rock)
"Ice Cream Man" - Van Halen (Van Halen, 1978 - Hard Rock)
"Don't Stop Till You Get Enough" - Michael Jackson (Off the Wall, 1979 - Disco)
"Hot Stuff" - Donna Summer (Bad Girls, 1979 - Disco)
"Train, Train" - Blackfoot (Strikes, 1979 - Southern Rock)
"Something's on the Move" - Jethro Tull (Stormwatch, 1979 - Progressive Rock)
"Rock Lobster" - The B-52's (The B-52's, 1979 - New Wave)
"Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" - Robert Palmer (Secrets, 1979 - Hard Rock)

1980's
"Fast and Loose" - Motorhead (Ace of Spades, 1980 - Heavy Metal)
"Whip It" - Devo (Freedom of Choice, 1980 - New Wave)
"Wasted" - Def Leppard (On Through the Night, 1980 - Heavy Metal)
"I Don't Know" - Ozzy Osbourne (Blizzard of Ozz, 1980 - Heavy Metal)
"Live Wire" - Motley Crue (Too Fast for Love, 1981 - Glam Metal)
"Stone in Love" - Journey (E5C4P3, 1981 - Hard Rock)
"Hold on Loosely" - .38 Special (Wild-Eyed Southern Boys, 1981 - Pop Rock)
"Our Lips are Sealed" - The Go-Gos (Beauty and the Beat, 1981 - Pop Rock)
"Purgatory" - Iron Maiden (Killers, 1981 - Heavy Metal)
"In the Dark" - Billy Squire (Don't Say No, 1981 - Classic Rock)
"I Ran (So Far Away)" - Flock of Seagulls (A Flock of Seagulls, 1982 - New Wave)
"Forest Fire" - Dead Kennedys (Plastic Surgery Disaster, 1982 - Punk Rock)
"Rough an' Ready" - Whitesnake (Saints & Sinners, 1982 - Hard Rock)
"Blackout" - The Scorpions (Blackout, 1982 - Heavy Metal)
"You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll" - Twisted Sister (You Can't Stop Rock 'n' Roll, 1983 - Heavy Metal)
"Institutionalized" - Suicidal Tendencies (Suicidal Tendencies, 1983 - Punk Rock)
"Sunday Bloody Sunday" - U2 (War, 1983 - New Wave)
"Phantom Lord" - Metallica (Kill 'Em All, 1983 - Heavy Metal)
"Got Me Under Pressure" - ZZ Top (Eliminator, 1983 - Southern Rock)
"Radio Free Europe" - R.E.M. (Murmur, 1983 - Alternative Rock)
"We Rock" - Dio (The Last in Line, 1984 - Heavy Metal)
"Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight" - Spinal Tap (This Spinal Tap, 1984 - Hard Rock)
"Give Me Back My Wig" - Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble (Couldn't Stand the Weather, 1984 - Blues)
"Deathrider" - Anthrax (Fistful of Metal, 1984 - Heavy Metal)
"Tooth and Nail" - Dokken (Tooth and Nail, 1984 - Heavy Metal)
"I Wanna Be Somebody" - W.A.S.P. (W.A.S.P., 1984 - Heavy Metal)
"The Mechanix" - Megadeth (Killing is My Business... and Business is Good!, 1985 - Heavy Metal)
"Drinking and Driving" - Black Flag (In My Head, 1985 - Punk Rock)
"King of the Mountain" - Bon Jovi (7800 Farenheight, 1985 - Glam Metal)
"Look What the Cat Dragged In" - Poison (Look What the Cat Dragged In, 1986 - Glam Metal)
"Rock the Night" - Europe (The Final Countdown, 1986 - Glam Metal)
"Cool the Engines" - Boston (Third Stage, 1986 - Classic Rock)
"Criminally Insane" - Slayer (Reign in Blood, 1986 - Heavy Metal)
"Desert Island" - Cacaphony (Speed Metal Symphony, 1987 - Heavy Metal)
"Whenever You Need Somebody" - Rick Astley (Whenever You Need Somebody, 1987 - Pop)
"Unwind" - Green River (Dry as a Bone EP, 1987 - Grunge)
"Where is My Mind?" - The Pixies (Surfer Rosa, 1988 - Alternative Rock)
"I Don't Believe in Love" - Queenryche (Operation: Mindcrime, 1988 - Progressive Metal)
"Trial By Fire" - Testament (The New Order, 1988 - Heavy Metal)
"Girlschool" - Britny Fox (Britny Fox, 1988 - Glam Metal)
"Seventeen" - Winger (Winger, 1988 - Glam Metal)
"Here I Am" - Skid Row (Skid Row, 1989 - Glam Metal)
"All Along the Watchtower (live)" - Dylan & the Dead (Dylan & the Dead, 1989 - Classic Rock)
"Negative Creep" - Nirvana (Bleach, 1989 - Grunge)
"Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" - Beastie Boys (Paul's Boutique, 1989 - Rap Rock)

1990's
"Up All Night" - Slaughter (Stick It To Ya, 1990 - Glam Metal)
"To Defy the Laws of Tradition" - Primus (Frizzle Fry, 1990 - Alternative Rock)
"Shame, Shame, Shame" - Ratt (Detonator, 1990 - Glam Metal)
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" - Warrant (Cherry Pie, 1990 - Glam Metal)
"Three Days" - Jane's Addiction (Ritual lo Habitual, 1990 - Alternative Rock)
"Double Talking Jive" - Guns 'n' Roses (Use Your Illusion I, 1991 - Hard Rock)
"The Hitman" - Queen (Innuendo, 1991 - Hard Rock)
"Desperate Cry" - Sepultura (Arise, 1991 - Heavy Metal)
"Let it Slide" - Mudhoney (Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, 1991 - Grunge)
"Thunder Kiss '65" - White Zombie (La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. 1, 1992 - Heavy Metal)
"Dam That River" - Alice in Chains (Dirt, 1992 - Grunge)
"Bombtrack" - Rage Against the Machine (Rage Against the Machine, 1992 - Rap Rock)
"Pull Me Under" - Dream Theater (Images and Words, 1992 - Progressive Metal)
"Peacemaker Die" - Extreme (III Sides to Every Story, 1992 - Hard Rock)
"Anyone Can Play Guitar" - Radiohead (Pablo Honey, 1993 - Alternative Rock)
"Rearviewmirror" - Pearl Jam (Vs., 1993 - Grunge)
"Loser" - Beck (Mellow Gold, 1993 - Alternative Rock)
"The Day I Tried to Live" - Soundgarden (Superunknown, 1994 - Grunge)
"Liar" - Rollins Band (Weight, 1994 - Hard Rock)
"Go Home" - Joan Jett (Pure and Simple, 1994 - Hard Rock)
"Champagne Supernova" - Oasis ((What's the Story) Morning Glory?, 1995 - Alternative Rock)
"Warped" - Red Hot Chili Peppers (One Hot Minute, 1995 - Alternative Rock)
"Peaches" - The Presidents of the United States of America (The Presidents of the United States of America, 1995 - Alternative Rock)
"Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" - Stone Temple Pilots (Tiny Music... Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop, 1996 - Alternative Rock)
"The Great Southern Trendkill" - Pantera (The Great Southern Trendkill, 1996 - Heavy Metal)
"Machinehead" - Bush (Sixteen Stone, 1996 - Alternative Rock)
"Du Hast" - Rammstein (Sehnsucht, 1997 - Heavy Metal)
"The Colour and the Shape" - Foo Fighters (The Colour and the Shape (Remastered), 1997 - Aternative Rock)
"Dragula" - Rob Zombie (Hellbilly Deluxe, 1998 - Heavy Metal)
"Down to Mexico" - Paul Gilbert (Flying Dog, 1998 - Hard Rock)
"Lit Up" - Buckcherry (Buckcherry, 1999 - Hard Rock)
"Anthem" - Blink-182 (Enema of the State, 1999 - Punk Rock)
"Albequerque" - Wierd Al Yankovic (Running With Scissors, 1999 - Other)

2000's
"Voices" - Disturbed (The Sickness, 2000 - Nu-metal)
"Papercut" - Linkin Park (Hybrid Theory, 2000 - Nu-metal)
"If I'm a Man" - Burning Brides (Fall of the Plastic Empire, 2001 - Hard Rock)
"Micro Cuts" - Muse (Origin of Symmetry, 2001 - Alternative Rock)
"Caring is Creepy" - The Shins (Oh, Inverted World, 2001 - Indie Rock)
"Shadow on the Sun" - Audioslave (Audioslave, 2002 - Hard Rock)
"No One Knows" - Queens of the Stone Age (Songs for the Deaf, 2002 - Hard Rock)
"Time Consumer" - Coheed and Cambria (The Second Stage Turbine Blade, 2002 - Progressive Rock)
"Keep Fishin'" - Weezer (Maladroit, 2002 - Alternative Rock)
"Because, It's Midnite" - Limozeen (Strong Bad Sings (and Other Type Hits), 2003 - Other)
"Jesus of Suburbia" - Green Day (American Idiot, 2004 - Punk Rock)
"Los Angeles is Burning" - Bad Religion (The Empire Strikes First, 2004 - Punk Rock)
"Megalomaniac" - Incubus (A Crow Left of the Murder..., 2004 - Alternative Rock)
"Save Me" - Damageplan (New Found Power, 2004 - Heavy Metal)
"Headspace" - Velvet Revolver (Contraband, 2004 - Hard Rock)
"Nancy Boy" - Placebo (Once More With Feeling, 2004 - Alternative Rock)
"Every Day is Exactly the Same" - Nine Inch Nails (With Teeth, 2005 - Alternative Rock)
"Question!" - System of a Down (Mezmerize, 2005 - Nu-metal)
"Bat Country" - Avenged Sevenfold (City of Evil, 2005 - Heavy Metal)
"Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" - Jet (Shine On, 2006 - Hard Rock)
"Kickapoo" - Tenacious D (The Pick of Destiny, 2006 - Hard Rock)
"The Wolf is Loose" - Mastodon (Blood Mountain, 2006 - Heavy Metal)
"The Heaviest Matter in the Universe" - Gojira (From Mars to Sirius, 2006 - Heavy Metal)
"Shadowplay" - The Killers (Sawdust, 2007 - Alternative Rock)
"Wolves" - Machine Head (The Blackening, 2007 - Heavy Metal)
"Bloodrocuted" - Dethklok (The Dethalbum, 2007 - Heavy Metal)
"Tarantula" - The Smashing Pumpkins (Zeitgeist, 2007 - Alternative Rock)
"Isaac" - Baroness (The Red Album, 2007 - Heavy Metal)
"You're Gonna Go Far, Kid" - The Offspring (The Rise and Fall of Grace, 2008 - Punk Rock)
"Day Tripper" - David Cook (American Idol single, 2008 - Hard Rock)
"Pompeii Nights" - Vesuvius (The Rocker (Music From the Motion Picture), 2008 - Glam Metal)
"Bible Black" - Heaven and Hell (The Devil You Know, 2009 - Heavy Metal)

Bonus Songs
"Out on the Streets" - Bang Camaro (Bang Camaro, 2007 - Hard Rock)
"Boys on Film" - Freezepop (Freezepop Forever, 2000 - Synthpop)
"Wish I'd Never Asked" - The Acro-Brats (Kicking and Screaming, 2003 - Hard Rock)
"Here at the Home" - Tribe (Here at Home, 1990 - Hard Rock)
"Arterial Black" - Drist (Orchids and Ammunition, 2006 - Heavy Metal)
"No More Standing Rooms In Heaven" - That Handsome Devil (That Handsome Devil, 2006 - Hard Rock)
"Someday I Suppose" - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (Don't Know How to Party, 1993 - Ska-core)
"Assassins" - Anarchy Club (The Way and Its Power, 2005 - Alternative Rock)
"Paper Birds" - The Slip (Eisenhower, 2006 - Indie Rock)
"Let Them Eat Rock" - The Upper Crust (Let Them Eat Rock, 1995 - Hard Rock)
"Ride the Stache" - Graveyard BBQ (Graveyard BBQ Greatest Hits Volume Two, 2007 - Southern Rock)

The David Cook song was a request from Teh_Jakester. I apologize for my lack of indie. I've not really explored that scene. God, this list took so long to make, and it's my biggest list (GH including) ever. I'm pretty proud. So, what do you guys think?

Comments

  • GowienczykGowienczyk Pooper of Parties
    edited June 2009
    Points for effort but thats all I can give you.
  • afterstasisafterstasis Washed Up
    edited June 2009
    quite a bit of good stuff...
    like most lists you lose me more and more as the music gets more modern, but otherwise good list. you hit a good mix of hits and deeper cuts.

    one thing i'd like to suggest is putting a little more non-rock in there, such as funk, reggae, etc.
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    afterstasis;2644223 said:
    quite a bit of good stuff...
    like most lists you lose me more and more as the music gets more modern, but otherwise good list. you hit a good mix of hits and deeper cuts.

    one thing i'd like to suggest is putting a little more non-rock in there, such as funk, reggae, etc.
    I knew I was missing too much funk and pop. I'll keep that in mind for later. Thanks.
  • cweaver8518cweaver8518 Rising Star
    edited June 2009
    I would buy this and play and enjoy most songs on this list. However, I really don't like indie, most metal, funk, reggae, country, rap. I'm musically limited. Also not a big fan of punk or emo. I'd have to look at your list again, but I think its lacking in most of those categories I listed.

    I do like some metal though, and the metal influence on your list is small. Loved the SRV, Hendrix, and Mighty Mighty Bosstones picks though. And your 50's selection is stellar. All my opinion though. I wouldve voted for the top option(this list is the best EVER) but I think only a me-generated setlist could ever get that vote.
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    cweaver8518;2644305 said:
    I would buy this and play and enjoy most songs on this list. However, I really don't like indie, most metal, funk, reggae, country, rap. I'm musically limited. Also not a big fan of punk or emo. I'd have to look at your list again, but I think its lacking in most of those categories I listed.

    I do like some metal though, and the metal influence on your list is small. Loved the SRV, Hendrix, and Mighty Mighty Bosstones picks though. And your 50's selection is stellar. All my opinion though. I wouldve voted for the top option(this list is the best EVER) but I think only a me-generated setlist could ever get that vote.
    Well, I didn't really say the top option would be for the best setlist ever, but that's okay.
  • MrPopadopalis25MrPopadopalis25 Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    Holy **** that's a lot of songs.
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    MrPopadopalis25;2644380 said:
    Holy **** that's a lot of songs.
    Overkill? :D
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
  • howieduenhowieduen Rising Star
    edited June 2009
    afterstasis;2644223 said:
    quite a bit of good stuff...
    like most lists you lose me more and more as the music gets more modern, but otherwise good list. you hit a good mix of hits and deeper cuts.

    one thing i'd like to suggest is putting a little more non-rock in there, such as funk, reggae, etc.
    I agree with you on this one. There is some good variation in some of the earlier years, but once the list moves to the 80's and 90's there really is no variety. It's mostly all rock and alternative. I'd like to have more mainstream and indie pop, folk, alt country, blues, funk, etc.

    I do like the Rockabilly idea though. We don't really see a lot of that. The closest we've got, is probably Roy Orbison. Maybe you could even add some Stray Cats, Old 97's, Dwight Yoakam, Chris Isaak, Teddy Thompson, etc. to bring the genre to the present era.
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    howieduen;2645532 said:
    I agree with you on this one. There is some good variation in some of the earlier years, but once the list moves to the 80's and 90's there really is no variety. It's mostly all rock and alternative. I'd like to have more mainstream and indie pop, folk, alt country, blues, funk, etc.

    I do like the Rockabilly idea though. We don't really see a lot of that. The closest we've got, is probably Roy Orbison. Maybe you could even add some Stray Cats, Old 97's, Dwight Yoakam, Chris Isaak, Teddy Thompson, etc. to bring the genre to the present era.
    I knew I was going too overboard on the alternative.
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
  • ccm117ccm117 Unsigned
    edited June 2009
    "Albequerque" - Wierd Al Yankovic (Running With Scissors, 1999 - Other)

    WIN
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited June 2009
    ccm117;2648314 said:
    "Albequerque" - Wierd Al Yankovic (Running With Scissors, 1999 - Other)

    WIN
    Yeah, that's one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Weird Al originals.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited June 2009
    our setlists share 10 songs, and I see others that I have used on prior setlists as well

    I'd buy this
  • edited June 2009
    Hey sonicnerd me any my bros beat your Uncontrollable Urge score. :p
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    kingtonyx;2650820 said:
    our setlists share 10 songs, and I see others that I have used on prior setlists as well

    I'd buy this
    Well, do think our setlists do share some songs yes, but any comparison between my setlist and those other setlists is pure coincidence.
    ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;2650969 said:
    Hey sonicnerd me any my bros beat your Uncontrollable Urge score. :p
    Ehwhat?
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited July 2009
    sonicnerd23;2651414 said:
    Well, do think our setlists do share some songs yes, but any comparison between my setlist and those other setlists is pure coincidence.

    I didn't mean it like you stole them or anything lol

    I meant it as a way of saying I liked the picks!

    :)
  • sonicnerd23sonicnerd23 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    kingtonyx;2651463 said:

    I didn't mean it like you stole them or anything lol

    I meant it as a way of saying I liked the picks!

    :)
    Oh, okay. :D
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