Super-cool Rock Band list -- over 375 songs; no repeat artists

Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
edited July 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
There is more than one post, so don't complain about there not being any songs from this century.

1950s (5):
"Rock Around the Clock" by Bill Haley and His Comets, 1955 (Rock)
"Matchbox" by Carl Perkins, 1957 (Rock)
"Oh, Boy!" by Buddy Holly and the Crickets, 1957 (Rock)
"Good Golly, Miss Molly" by Little Richard, 1958 (Hard Rock)
"Reelin' and Rockin'" by Chuck Berry, 1958 (Rock)

1960s (27):
"Roadrunner" by Bo Diddley, 1960 (Rock)
"Crying" by Roy Orbison, 1962 (Rock)
"King of the Surf Guitar" by Dick Dale and His Del-Tones, 1963 (Surf Rock)
"Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash, 1963 (Country)
"Surfin' USA" by Beach Boys, 1963 (Surf Rock)
"Drive My Car" by The Beatles, 1965 (Rock)
"I'm Not Talking" by The Yardbirds, 1965 (Hard Rock)
"My Girl" by The Temptations, 1965 (Soul)
"All Your Love" by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, 1966 (Blues)
"Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers, 1966 (Rock)
"Dealer" by Traffic, 1967 (Psychedelic Rock)
"Guitar Man" by Elvis Presley, 1967 (Rock)
"I Can See for Miles" by The Who, 1967 (Hard Rock)
"Love Me Two Times" by The Doors, 1967 (Blues Rock)
"Run, Run, Run" by Velvet Underground, 1967 (Rock)
"Swlabr" by Cream, 1967 (Rock)
"Born to be Wild" by Steppenwolf, 1968 (Hard Rock)
"Crosstown Traffic" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1968 (Rock)
"I Heard it Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye, 1968 (Soul)
"I'm a Mover" by Free, 1968 (Rock)
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones, 1968 (Rock)
"Summertime Blues" by Blue Cheer, 1968 (Metal)
"Communication Breakdown" by Led Zeppelin, 1969 (Hard Rock)
"Homework" by Fleetwood Mac, 1969 (Blues Rock)
"Rockin' Chair" by The Band, 1969 (Rock)
"The Thrill is Gone" by B.B. King, 1969 (Blues)
"Whipping Post" by The Allman Brothers Band, 1969 (Southern Rock)

1970s (81):
"25 or 6 to 4" by Chicago, 1970 (Rock)
"For Yasgur's Farm" by Mountain, 1970 (Southern Rock)
"Have You Ever Seen the Rain" by Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1970 (Southern Rock)
"I Looked Away" by Derek and the Dominoes, 1970 (Rock)
"It's a Long Road" by Supertramp, 1970 (Progressive)
"Knife-Edge" by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, 1970 (Progressive)
"Lola" by The Kinks, 1970 (Rock)
"Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo" by Rick Derringer, 1970 (Blues Rock)
"Teacher" by Jethro Tull, 1970 (Progressive)
"Hocus Pocus" by Focus, 1971 (Progressive)
"The Bomber" by James Gang, 1970 (Hard Rock)
"Roundabout" by Yes, 1971 (Progressive)
"Woodland Rock" by T.Rex, 1971 (Glam Rock)
"Free Ride" by The Edgar Winter Group, 1972 (Rock)
"I'm on the Lamb, but I Ain't no Sheep" by Blue Oyster Cult, 1972 (Hard Rock)
"Jesus is Just Alright" by Doobie Brothers, 1972 (Rock)
"Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"One More Night" by The Timothy Lee Band, 1972 (Hard Rock)
"Reelin' in the Years" by Steely Dan, 1972 (Rock)
"Remake/Remodel" by Roxy Music, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Stuck in the Middle with You" by Steelers Wheel, 1972 (Rock)
"You Need Love" by Styx, 1972 (Rock)
"Ziggy Stardust" by David Bowie, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Get it Together" by The Jackson Five, 1973 (Pop)
"Jet Airliner" by Paul Pena, 1973 (Funk)
"Money" by Pink Floyd, 1973 (Progressive)
"Reach Out" by Average White Band, 1973 (Funk)
"Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh, 1973 (Southern Rock)
"Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" by Elton John, 1973 (Rock)
"We're an American Band" by Grand Funk Railroad, 1973 (Hard Rock)
"Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" by The Stooges, 1973 (Punk)
"Brighton Rock" by Queen, 1974 (Glam Rock)
"Burn" by Deep Purple, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Deuce" by KISS, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Fox on the Run" by The Sweet, 1974 (Glam Rock)
"I Shot the Sheriff" by Eric Clapton, 1974 (Blues Rock)
"Rock Bottom" by UFO, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Thunderbox" by Humble Pie, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive, 1974 (Rock)
"Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen, 1975 (Rock)
"Child of Innocence" by Kansas, 1975 (Progressive)
"Holy Roller" by Nazareth, 1975 (Rock)
"Tush" by ZZ Top, 1975 (Blues Rock)
"Drivin' Wheel" by Foghat, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"I Wish" by Stevie Wonder, 1976 (Funk)
"I'll Give You Money" by Peter Frampton, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"Keep Pushin'" by REO Speedwagon, 1976 (Rock)
"Life in the Fast Lane" by Eagles, 1976 (Country Rock)
"Long, Hard Ride" by The Marshall Tucker Band, 1976 (Southern Rock)
"Rocker" by AC/DC, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"Stick Around for Rock and Roll" by The Outlaws, 1976 (Southern Rock)
"Tarot Woman" by Rainbow, 1976 (Metal)
"You See the Trouble with Me" by Barry White, 1976 (Funk)
"A Real Mother For Ya" by Johnny "Guitar" Watson, 1977 (Funk)
"Batman" by The Jam, 1977 (Punk)
"Black Betty" by Ram Jam, 1977 (Hard Rock)
"Bodies" by Sex Pistols, 1977 (Punk)
"I Know a Little" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1977 (Southern Rock)
"I Want You to Want Me" by Cheap Trick, 1977 (Glam Rock)
"I'm Not Angry" by Elvis Costello, 1977 (Rock)
"Jungle Love" by The Steve Miller Band, 1977 (Rock)
"Kick it Out" by Heart, 1977 (Rock)
"Mannish Boy" by Muddy Waters, 1977 (Blues)
"Rockin' All Over the World" by Status Quo, 1977 (Rock)
"Trash Can Murders" by The Runaways, 1977 (Rock)
"Two Tickets to Paradise" by Eddie Money, 1977 (Rock)
"Copacabana" by Barry Manilow, 1978 (Rock)
"Double Vision" by Foreigner, 1978 (Rock)
"Hold the Line" by Toto, 1978 (Rock)
"Sails of Charon" by Scorpions, 1978 (Hard Rock)
"Stained Class" by Judas Priest, 1978 (Metal)
"Peanuts" by The Police, 1978 (Rock)
"What do I Get?" by The Buzzcocks, 1978 (Punk)
"Women in Uniform" by Skyhooks, 1978 (Glam Rock)
"Bad Case of Loving You" by Robert Palmer, 1979 (Rock)
"Don't Bring Me Down" by Electric Light Orchestra, 1979 (Rock)
"Getcha Rocks Off" by Def Leppard, 1979 (Hard Rock)
"Let the Good Times Roll" by Molly Hatchet, 1979 (Southern Rock)
"Let's Go" by The Cars, 1979 (New-Wave)
"Road Fever" by Blackfoot, 1979 (Southern Rock)
"Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" by Bad Company, 1979 (Rock)
"She's Lost Control" by Joy Division, 1979 (Alternative)

1980s (103):
"Against the Wind" by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, 1980 (Rock)
"Don't Misunderstand Me" by The Rossington-Collins Band, 1980 (Southern Rock)
"I Kill Children" by Dead Kennedys, 1980 (Punk)
"Into the Arena" by The Michael Schenker Group, 1980 (Hard Rock)
"Line of Fire" by Journey, 1980 (Rock)
"Pulling Mussels" by Squeeze, 1980 (Rock)
"Takin' it Back" by The Rockets, 1980 (Southern Rock)
"We Are the Road Crew" by Motorhead, 1980 (Metal)
"Whip It" by Devo, 1980 (New-Wave)
"Centrefold" by The J. Geils Band, 1981 (Rock)
"Elephant Talk" by King Crimson, 1981 (Progressive)
"Feelings" by Accept, 1981 (Glam Metal)
"I'm in Trouble" by The Replacements, 1981 (Punk)
"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins, 1981 (Rock)
"In the Dark" by Billy Squier, 1981 (Rock)
"Open Your Heart" by The Human League, 1981 (New-Wave)
"Rock This Town" by Stray Cats, 1981 (Rockabilly)
"Too Fast for Love" by Motley Crue, 1981 (Glam Metal)
"Wild-Eyed Southern Boys" by .38 Special, 1981 (Southern Rock)
"Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy, 1981 (Rock)
"Heat of the Moment" by Asia, 1982 (Rock)
"I Ran" by A Flock of Seagulls, 1982 (New-Wave)
"Jack and Diane" by John Cougar, 1982 (Rock)
"Red Skies" by The Fixx, 1982 (New-Wave)
"Rock the Casbah" by The Clash, 1982 (Punk)
"Breaking the Chains" by Dokken, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Caught in the Game" by Survivor, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Cold Sweat" by Thin Lizzy, 1983 (Metal)
"Institutionalized" by Suicidal Tendencies, 1983 (Punk)
"Latest Lover" by Pantera, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Nervous Breakdown" by Black Flag, 1983 (Punk)
"Overkill" by Men at Work, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Promises, Promises" by Naked Eyes, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Rainbow in the Dark" by Dio, 1983 (Metal)
"Rebel Yell" by Billy Idol, 1983 (Rock)
"Run for Cover" by Quiet Riot, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Sister Christian" by Night Ranger, 1983 (Rock)
"Star Fleet" by Brian May and Friends, 1983 (Rock)
"Whiplash" by Metallica, 1983 (Thrash Metal)
"Dressed to Kill" by Lita Ford, 1984 (Glam Metal)
"I Can't Drive 55" by Sammy Hagar, 1984 (Hard Rock)
"The Warrior" by Scandal, 1984 (Rock)
"Scuttle Buttin'/Couldn't Stand the Weather" by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, 1984 (Blues)
"Stay Hungry" by Twisted Sister, 1984 (Glam Metal)
"Summer of '69" by Bryan Adams, 1984 (Rock)
"When the Lady Smiles" by Golden Earring, 1984 (Rock)
"Chosen Ones" by Megadeth, 1985 (Thrash Metal)
"Fist Fury" by Love Fist, 1985 (Glam Metal)
"Gear-Jammer" by George Thorogood and the Destroyers, 1985 (Blues Rock)
"Heavy Chains" by Loudness, 1985 (Glam Metal)
"How Soon is Now?" by The Smiths, 1985 (Alternative)
"Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits, 1985 (Rock)
"Spank Thru" by Fecal Matter, 1985 (Hard Rock)
"Take on Me" by a-ha, 1985 (New-Wave)
"Cool the Engines" by Boston, 1986 (Rock)
"Fight for Your Right" by Beastie Boys, 1986 (Rap)
"Get Up" by Van Halen, 1986 (Hard Rock)
"Nothin' but a Woman" by Robert Cray, 1986 (Blues)
"One Step Forward" by The Desert Rose Band, 1986 (Southern Rock)
"Rock the Night" by Europe, 1986 (Glam Metal)
"Shadow of Your Love" by Hollywood Rose, 1986 (Hard Rock)
"They" by The U-Men, 1986 (Grunge)
"With Yo' Heart" by Malfunkshun, 1986 (Grunge)
"Your Wildest Dreams" by The Moody Blues, 1986 (New-Wave)
"Bathroom Wall" by Faster Pussycat, 1987 (Glam Metal)
"Flying High Again" by Ozzy Osbourne, 1987 (Metal)
"I Wanna Live" by Ramones, 1987 (Punk)
"It's the End of the World as We Know it and I Feel Fine" by REM, 1987 (Alternative)
"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure, 1987 (Alternative)
"Lil' Devil" by The Cult, 1987 (Rock)
"This Town" by Green River, 1987 (Grunge)
"True Faith" by New Order, 1987 (New-Wave)
"Whenever You Need Somebody" by Rick Astley, 1987 (Pop)
"Bad Medicine" by Bon Jovi, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Black Cat" by Cacophony, 1988 (Neo-Classical Metal)
"Bone Machine" by The Pixies, 1988 (Alternative)
"Cult of Personality" by Living Colour, 1988 (Hard Rock)
"Fallen Angel" by Poison, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Mother" by Danzig, 1988 (Alternative)
"Perpetual Burn" by Jason Becker, 1988 (Neo-Classical Metal)
"Ride Like the Wind" by Saxon, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Seventeen" by Winger, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Sex Action" by L.A. Guns, 1988 (Hard Rock)
"Wall of Pride" by Omar and the Howlers, 1988 (Blues)
"Way Cool Juniour" by Ratt, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"You Made Me Realise" by My Bloody Valentine, 1988 (Alternative)
"About a Girl" by Nirvana, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"Addicted to That Rush" by Mr. Big, 1989 (Metal)
"All Along the Watchtower" by Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, 1989 (Rock)
"Call of the Wild" by Black Sabbath, 1989 (Metal)
"Freight Train" by Nitro, 1989 (Glam Metal)
"Half-Ass Monkey Boy" by Mother Love Bone, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"House of Fire" by Alice Cooper, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"Once Bitten, Twice Shy" by Great White, 1989 (Glam Metal)
"Radar Love" by White Lion, 1989 (Rock)
"Runnin' Down a Dream" by Tom Petty, 1989 (Rock)
"The Healer" by John Lee Hooker, 1989 (Blues)
"The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing" by Joe Satriani, 1989 (Rock)
"We Didn't Start the Fire" by Billy Joel, 1989 (Pop)
"Woman in Chains" by Tears for Fears, 1989 (New-Wave)

1990s (75):
"Axe to Grind" by Tad, 1990 (Grunge)
"Been Caught Stealing" by Jane's Addiction, 1990 (Alternative)
"Decadence Dance" by Extreme, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Don't Treat Me Bad" by Firehouse, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode, 1990 (New-Wave)
"Eyes of Stone" by Gruntruck, 1990 (Grunge)
"I Think I Love You Too Much" by The Jeff Healey Band, 1990 (Blues)
"I Would Love To" by Steve Vai, 1990 (Metal)
"Texas Twister" by Little Feat, 1990 (Southern Rock)
"Twice as Hard" by Black Crowes, 1990 (Southern Rock)
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Warrant, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Up All Night" by Slaughter, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"A Lil' Ain't Enough" by David Lee Roth, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"Cow" by Melvins, 1991 (Grunge)
"Devil to Pay" by RTZ, 1991 (Rock)
"Edison's Medicine" by Tesla, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"Garden of Eden" by Guns N' Roses, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"Give in to Me" by Michael Jackson, 1991 (Rock)
"Let it Slide" by Mudhoney, 1991 (Grunge)
"One" by U2, 1991 (Rock)
"Rock and Roll Overdose" by Kix, 1991 (Glam Metal)
"Rocket O' Love" by The Knack, 1991 (Rock)
"Rusty Cage" by Soundgarden, 1991 (Grunge)
"The Doug Theme" by Doug, 1991 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
"Be Quick or be Dead" by Iron Maiden, 1992 (Metal)
"Dam That River" by Alice in Chains, 1992 (Grunge)
"Know Your Enemy" by Rage Against the Machine, 1992 (Alternative)
"Midlife Crisis" by Faith No More, 1992 (Alternative)
"Pull Me Under" by Dream Theatre, 1992 (Progressive Metal)
"Sticky Side Up" by Steelheart, 1992 (Glam Metal)
"T-R-O-U-B-L-E" by Travis Tritt, 1992 (Country)
"The Majesty of Rock" by Spinal Tap, 1992 (Rock)
"Thunder Kiss '65" by White Zombie, 1992 (Metal)
"Train Tracks" by Izzy Stradlin and the Juju Hounds, 1992 (Hard Rock)
"Ain't Goin' Down 'till the Sun Comes Up" by Garth Brooks, 1993 (Country)
"Anyone Can Play Guitar" by Radiohead, 1993 (Alternative)
"Cereal Killer" by Green Jelly, 1993 (Rock)
"Come Undone" by Duran Duran, 1993 (New-Wave)
"Dissident" by Pearl Jam, 1993 (Grunge)
"Eat the Rich" by Aerosmith, 1993 (Hard Rock)
"Inside the Eye" by Skin Yard, 1993 (Grunge)
"Shake My Tree" by Coverdale and Page, 1993 (Hard Rock)
"All Over You" by Live, 1994 (Alternative)
"Go Home" by Joan Jett, 1994 (Rock)
"Go, Go Power Rangers!" by The Mighty RAW, 1994 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
"Live in the Now" by The Dylans, 1994 (Alternative)
"Menace to Society" by Killers, 1994 (Metal)
"Possum Kingdom" by Toadies, 1994 (Alternative)
"Fueled" by Anthrax, 1995 (Thrash Metal)
"Hurricane" by Kyuss, 1995 (Stoner Rock)
"I'll be There for You" by The Remebrandts, 1995 (Rock)
"Jizz da Pit" by Slash's Snakepit, 1995 (Hard Rock)
"Legacy" by The Gone Jackals, 1995 (Hard Rock)
"Shallow be thy Game" by Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1995 (Alternative)
"Asprin-Free" by AFI, 1996 (Punk)
"Hearts Will Bleed" by MD.45, 1996 (Thrash Metal)
"Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" by Stone Temple Pilots, 1996 (Grunge)
"Dig Up Her Bones" by Misfits, 1997 (Punk)
"I Choose" by The Offspring, 1997 (Punk)
"Lie to Me" by Jonny Lang, 1997 (Blues)
"Man! I Feel Like a Woman" by Shania Twain, 1997 (Country)
"Mmmbop" by Hanson, 1997 (Pop)
"Trash and the Fascination" by Doug Aldrich, 1997 (Hard Rock)
"Down to Mexico" by Paul Gilbert, 1998 (Metal)
"Dragula" by Rob Zombie, 1998 (Metal)
"Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz, 1998 (Rock)
"Forever" by Skid Row, 1998 (Glam Metal)
"I Drive Myself Crazy" by *NSYNC, 1998 (Pop)
"Killing Floor" by Bruce Dickinson, 1998 (Metal)
"The Hardest Thing" by 98°, 1998 (Pop)
"Albuquerque" by Weird Al, 1999 (Rock)
"Generator" by Foo Fighters, 1999 (Hard Rock)
"I Want it That Way" by Backstreet Boys, 1999 (Pop)
"Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin, 1999 (Pop)
"Me Neither" by Brad Paisley, 1999 (Country)
"Movies" by Alien Ant Farm, 1999 (Alternative)

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  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Twenty-first century (106):
    "Gotta Jibboo" by Phish, 2000 (Rock)
    "Greed" by Godsmack, 2000 (Metal)
    "Hemorrhage" by Fuel, 2000 (Hard Rock)
    "Plowboy" by Cledus T. Judd, 2000 (Country)
    "Story of a Girl" by Nine Days, 2000 (Rock)
    "War to End All Wars" by Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force, 2000 (Power Metal)
    "Guitars SUCK" by Bumblefoot, 2001 (Metal)
    "If I'm a Man" by Burning Brides, 2001 (Alternative)
    "In Too Deep" by Sum 41, 2001 (Punk)
    "One Last Breath" by Creed, 2001 (Post-Grunge)
    "Wolf and Raven" by Sonata Arctica, 2001 (Power Metal)
    "19-somethin'" by Mark Wills, 2002 (Country)
    "Big Star" by Kenny Chesney, 2002 (Country)
    "Dead Star" by Muse, 2002 (Alternative)
    "Headfirst for Halos" by My Chemical Romance, 2002 (Emo)
    "Jerk it Out" by The Caesars, 2002 (Alternative)
    "Keep Fishin'" by Weezer, 2002 (Alternative)
    "No One Knows" by Queens of the Stone Age, 2002 (Alternative)
    "Obsticle One" by Interpol, 2002 (Alternative)
    "Simple and Clean: Rising Sun" by Utada Hikaru, 2002 (Rock)
    "Time-Consumer" by Coheed and Cambria, 2002 (Progressive)
    "Because, It's Midnite" by Limozeen, 2003 (Glam Metal)
    "Feeling This" by Blink-182, 2003 (Punk)
    "I, Voyager" by Nevermore, 2003 (Power Metal)
    "It's Five o'Clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson ft. Jimmy Buffett, 2003 (Country)
    "Play it Loud" by MXPX, 2003 (Rock)
    "Stare at the Sun" by Thrice, 2003 (Rock)
    "Trogdor" by Strong Bad, 2003 (Thatched-Roof Cottage Metal)
    "Way Away" by Yellowcard, 2003 (Rock)
    "What Was I Thinkin'?" by Dierks Bentley, 2003 (Country)
    "Follow" by Breaking Benjamin, 2004 (Nu-Metal)
    "Los Angeles is Burning" by Bad Religion, 2004 (Punk)
    "Prepare for War" by DragonForce, 2004 (Power Metal)
    "Stays in Mexico" by Toby Keith, 2004 (Country)
    "The Clincher" by Chevelle, 2004 (Emo)
    "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy" by Big and Rich, 2004 (Country)
    "Whipped" by Axium, 2004 (Hard Rock)
    "Be Yourself" by Audioslave, 2005 (Alternative)
    "Deify" by Disturbed, 2005 (Nu-Metal)
    "Do What You Want" by Okay Go, 2005 (Rock)
    "Every Day is Exactly the Same" by Nine-Inch Nails, 2005 (Alternative)
    "Fearless" by The Bravery, 2005 (Emo)
    "Off the Record" by My Morning Jacket (Alternative)
    "Once in a Million Years" by Blackmore's Night, 2005 (Folk Rock)
    "Shakin' My Cage" by Joe Perry, 2005 (Rock)
    "Suburban Home/I Like Food" by Taking Back Sunday, 2005 (Hard Rock)
    "The Campfire Song Song" by SpongeBob SquarePants, 2005 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
    "Question!" by System of a Down, 2005 (Nu-Metal)
    "Walk Away" by Franz Ferdinand, 2005 (Alternative)
    "Animal I Have Become" by Three Days Grace, 2006 (Nu-Metal)
    "Arterial Black" by Drist, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "Becoming the Dragon" by Trivum, 2006 (Thrash Metal)
    "Broken Boy Soldier" by The Raconteurs, 2006 (Rock)
    "Code Monkey" by Jonathan Coulton, 2006 (Rock)
    "Collide" by Anarchy Club, 2006 (Metal)
    "Crazy *****" by Buckcherry, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "FTK" by Vagiant, 2006 (Punk)
    "Go That Far" by The Bret Michaels Band, 2006 (Rock)
    "I am the Night, Colour Me Black" by Priestess, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "I Want You so Hard" by Eagles of Death Metal, 2006 (Rock)
    "Ize of the World" by The Strokes, 2006 (Alternative)
    "Kickapoo" by Tanacious D, 2006 (Metal)
    "Life is a Highway" by Rascal Flatts, 2006 (Country)
    "Monsters" by Matchbook Romance, 2006 (Emo)
    "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" by JET, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "Radium Eyes" by Count Zero, 2006 (Alternative)
    "Raw Dog" by The Last Vegas, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "Sillyworld" by Stone Sour, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "Street Demon" by Marty Friedman, 2006 (Metal)
    "Stupid Boy" by Keith Urban, 2006 (Country)
    "Vicarious" by Tool, 2006 (Alternative)
    "What I Want" by Daughtry, 2006 (Hard Rock)
    "Yes We Can" by Made in Mexico, 2006 (Rock)
    "Becoming the Bull" by Atreyu, 2007 (Emo Metal)
    "Fake It" by Seether, 2007 (Nu-Metal)
    "From the Ashes of Sin" by Endeverafter, 2007 (Hard Rock)
    "Honey Man" by The Brian Setzer Orchestra, 2007 (Rockabilly)
    "Icky Thump" by White Stripes, 2007 (Alternative)
    "Let it Roll" by Velvet Revolver, 2007 (Hard Rock)
    "Let Me Know" by Locksley, 2007 (Rock)
    "Merry-Go-Round" by Puddle of Mudd, 2007 (Post-Grunge)
    "Paralyzer" by Finger Eleven, 2007 (Hard Rock)
    "Rockin' Away" by Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau, 2007 (Rock)
    "Shadowplay" by The Killers, 2007 (Alternative)
    "Square One, Here I Come" by The Hives, 2007 (Punk)
    "Tarantula" by Smashing Pumpkins, 2007 (Alternative)
    "Can't Stop the Night" by Bang Camaro, 2008 (Rock)
    "Call on Me" by Whitesnake, 2008 (Glam Metal)
    "Day Tripper" by David Cook, 2008 (Hard Rock)
    "Evolutionary Sleeper" by Cynic, 2008 (Progressive Metal)
    "Hate My Life" by Theory of a Dead Man, 2008 (Hard Rock)
    "It's Not My Time" by Three Doors Down, 2008 (Hard Rock)
    "Marry for Money" by Trace Adkins, 2008 (Country)
    "Psychosocial" by Slipknot, 2008 (Nu-Metal)
    "Renaissance Faire" by FreeCreditReport.com, 2008 (Rock)
    "Sex on Fire" by Kings of Leon, 2008 (Alternative)
    "The Shock of the Lightning" by Oasis, 2008 (Rock)
    "Up All Night" by Hinder, 2008 (Post-Grunge)
    "Walking on the Moon" by Cas Haley, 2008 (Funk)
    "Are You Now, or Have You Ever Lived la Vida Loca?" by The Jake Adjutant Band, 2009 (Glam-Fusion)
    "Black or White" by Adam Lambert, 2009 (Hard Rock)
    "Come Together" by Kris Allen, 2009 (Rock)
    "I am Aware of the Fact That My Body is on Fire" by The Taylor Maddox Band, 2009 (Hard Rock)
    "Soap-on-a-Rope" by Chickenfoot, 2009 (Hard Rock)
    "UPS Man Blues" by Runtime Error, 2009 (Glam-Fusion)
    "What Hurts the Most" by Danny Gokey, 2009 (Pop)

    seacrest out
  • sitbooboositsitbooboosit Rising Star
    edited July 2009
    375 artists... Creed... Hinder... No Modest Mouse or Cake?
    Fail for me. Of course, everyone's got their opinions.
  • Tank9088Tank9088 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Wow, that is annoying to read. Can you classify by genre?
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Tank9088;2685556 said:
    Wow, that is annoying to read. Can you classify by genre?
    Use the internet's search function, guy. I'm not going to spend two hours re-organising all the songs. Internet browsers have search functions for a reason.
    375 artists... Creed... Hinder... No Modest Mouse or Cake?
    Toward the end, I decided to scrape the bottom of the barrel, within reason. I only included artists I can stand listening to, and Cake is not one of them. I haven't heard anything by Modest Mouse, and I don't think I want to.
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    I'm underwhelmed... Did you just go through your iTunes library and choose one song from each artist you could find or something? That's really what it feels like to me. This setlist just looks cluttered and poorly balanced, like no actual thought went into it at all.

    So kudos for that.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    overcookedbacon;2685676 said:
    I'm underwhelmed... Did you just go through your iTunes library and choose one song from each artist you could find or something? That's really what it feels like to me. This setlist just looks cluttered and poorly balanced, like no actual thought went into it at all.

    So kudos for that.
    I'd only have, like, seventy artists that way. I thought of random artists, of course! I thought carefully for all the songs, though, as I didn't want my list to be cluttered with songs EVERYONE ELSE HAS. That, and I really tried to get Country, Funk and Blues in there.
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2685690 said:
    I'd only have, like, seventy artists that way. I thought of random artists, of course! I thought carefully for all the songs, though, as I didn't want my list to be cluttered with songs EVERYONE ELSE HAS. That, and I really tried to get Country, Funk and Blues in there.
    Still, 375 artists and you still managed to completely exclude at least two RB genres even though you managed to add several new ones. There isn't a single New-Wave or Indie Rock song in sight.

    Really, a list with only 90 artists that's more balanced and thought out is a lot better than almost 400 that seem random at best. There were most definitely some oversights while trying to compile that many songs.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    overcookedbacon;2685781 said:
    Still, 375 artists and you still managed to completely exclude at least two RB genres even though you managed to add several new ones. There isn't a single New-Wave or Indie Rock song in sight.
    There are FOUR New-Wave songs, and Indie isn't a genre. It's a term for Alternative bands on a small label.
    Really, a list with only 90 artists that's more balanced and thought out is a lot better than almost 400 that seem random at best. There were most definitely some oversights while trying to compile that many songs.
    Oversights? Like what? Non-existant genres and bands I don't like?
  • Tank9088Tank9088 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Also, the Anthrax,Metallica and Megadeth picks are awful.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Tank9088;2685901 said:
    Also, the Anthrax,Metallica and Megadeth picks are awful.
    How are they awful? Chosen Ones is a rockin' song with great riffage, soloage, drumming and vocals. Win there. Fuelled, um, I don't like Anthrax, but it didn't sound un-fun at all. Better than Madhouse or Caught in a Mosh by miles. And Frantic is one of the few Metallica songs I can stand. I loathe Metallica.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited July 2009
    Is it 2008 still? Dude, you actually came back.
  • classicrockdudeclassicrockdude Headliner
    edited July 2009
    Great list...a bit long
  • Tank9088Tank9088 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2685916 said:
    How are they awful? Chosen Ones is a rockin' song with great riffage, soloage, drumming and vocals. Win there. Fuelled, um, I don't like Anthrax, but it didn't sound un-fun at all. Better than Madhouse or Caught in a Mosh by miles. And Frantic is one of the few Metallica songs I can stand. I loathe Metallica.
    It would be better if you picked an Anthrax song from Persistence Of Time,Among the Living or Spreading The Disease. IMO, Frantic is terrible, any other Metallica song would be better. I think Last Rites/Loved To Deth would be a better pick for Megadeth.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    timmay9;2686204 said:
    Is it 2008 still? Dude, you actually came back.
    It's the summer. I got bored.
    Tank9088;2686338 said:
    It would be better if you picked an Anthrax song from Persistence Of Time,Among the Living or Spreading The Disease. IMO, Frantic is terrible, any other Metallica song would be better. I think Last Rites/Loved To Deth would be a better pick for Megadeth.
    1: I'll look into it.
    2: When I put it on there, I need more from this century. Not so much now, so I'll probably change it to Whiplash soon.
    3: LR/LTD was the only song I didn't like off KIMB.
  • Tank9088Tank9088 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2686352 said:

    1: I'll look into it.
    2: When I put it on there, I need more from this century. Not so much now, so I'll probably change it to Whiplash soon.
    3: LR/LTD was the only song I didn't like off KIMB.
    For Megadeth, if you want another Killing Is My Business suggestion then maybe Looking Down The Cross or Rattlehead would be good.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Tank9088;2686369 said:
    For Megadeth, if you want another Killing Is My Business suggestion then maybe Looking Down The Cross or Rattlehead would be good.
    Rattlehead's, like, my third choice. In My Darkest Hour's second. But what do you have against Chosen Ones, anyway? It would be great for the game. Better than what people usually suggest.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited July 2009
    1. Your 80's list can use a lot more New Wave~ since you have a ridiculous amount of 80's metal.

    2. You're also missing some Alternative artists... Joy Division (!!!), The Cure, The Smiths, My Bloody Valentine, Interpol...

    3. Could use some more Prog Metal~ how about something from Cynic?

    4. The Bravery is not Emo (they're Alternative). Chevelle is not Emo (they're also Alternative).

    5. Did you seriously choose a post Danzig Misfits song?
    "Go, Go Power Rangers!" by The Mighty RAW, 1994 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
    "The Doug Theme" by Doug, 1991 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
    "The Campfire Song Song" by SpongeBob SquarePants, 2005 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
    Hellz yeah. ~but ...

    6. Why not include The Beets if you're gonna have The Doug Theme song? ;)

    Other than that... pretty good list.
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2685801 said:
    There are FOUR New-Wave songs, and Indie isn't a genre. It's a term for Alternative bands on a small label.
    Didn't see the New-Wave songs, and you couldn't be more wrong about indie rock. It damn sure is a full-fledged genre, anyone who insists on assuming that "indie" just means "independent label" is either misinformed or just being plain ignorant.

    Since alternative rock really came into the mainstream (you know, after the whole "college rock" phase) indie rock became a separate entity from mainstream alternative rock.

    I think I'll just quote allmusic to explain it better:
    In the sense that the term is most widely used, indie rock truly separated itself from alternative rock around the time that Nirvana hit the mainstream. Mainstream tastes gradually reshaped alternative into a new form of serious-minded hard rock, in the process making it more predictable and testosterone-driven. Indie rock was a reaction against that phenomenon; not all strains of alternative rock crossed over in Nirvana's wake, and not all of them wanted to, either. Yet while indie rock definitely shares the punk community's concerns about commercialism, it isn't as particular about whether bands remain independent or "sell out"; the general assumption is that it's virtually impossible to make indie rock's varying musical approaches compatible with mainstream tastes in the first place.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    jayou521;2686506 said:
    1. Your 80's list can use a lot more New Wave~ since you have a ridiculous amount of 80's metal.
    Suggest bands, guy
    2. You're also missing some Alternative artists... Joy Division (!!!), The Cure, The Smiths, My Bloody Valentine, Interpol...
    When I was writing a giant list of bands to include at school, I missed several obvious ones, because it's not my thing. I'll look into it.
    3. Could use some more Prog Metal~ how about something from Cynic?
    Going
    4. The Bravery is not Emo (they're Alternative). Chevelle is not Emo (they're also Alternative).
    They fit the Emo bill as well as any band I'd label Emo.
    5. Did you seriously choose a post Danzig Misfits song?
    Yeah, because the instruments are good. I couldn't care less what era of a band the songs're from as long as the songs would be fun.
    Hellz yeah. ~but ...

    6. Why not include The Beets if you're gonna have The Doug Theme song? ;)
    Went right over my head.
    overcookedbacon;2687074 said:
    Didn't see the New-Wave songs, and you couldn't be more wrong about indie rock. It damn sure is a full-fledged genre, anyone who insists on assuming that "indie" just means "independent label" is either misinformed or just being plain ignorant.
    Since alternative rock really came into the mainstream (you know, after the whole "college rock" phase) indie rock became a separate entity from mainstream alternative rock.
    From what I gathered from that, it's a subgenre of a subgenre. I don't go that far in labelling. Once you get to the first subgenre, that's what I put.
  • I_am_VengeanceI_am_Vengeance Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    yeah agreed, awful list, how much time did you waste making that?
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    I_am_Vengeance;2689721 said:
    yeah agreed, awful list, how much time did you waste making that?
    Um, constructive criticism, pl0x kthx
  • I_am_VengeanceI_am_Vengeance Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2689736 said:
    Um, constructive criticism, pl0x kthx
    would it be constructive to tell you to get a better taste in music?
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    I_am_Vengeance;2689746 said:
    would it be constructive to tell you to get a better taste in music?
    No, but dying in an elevator-related accident would be.
  • I_am_VengeanceI_am_Vengeance Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2689755 said:
    No, but dying in an elevator-related accident would be.
    Well i wouldn't know why you would want to put yourself through that, but whatever gets you off matey.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    I_am_Vengeance;2689764 said:
    Well i wouldn't know why you would want to put yourself through that, but whatever gets you off matey.
    Oh, you're suffering from Narrow-Minded Metalhead Disorder. Oh, dear.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited July 2009
    Suggest bands, guy
    a-ha, Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Human League, Men At Work, Naked Eyes, New Order, Talking Heads, Tears for Fears... that's about it. Songs from these artists would make your 80's list much better.
    They fit the Emo bill as well as any band I'd label Emo.
    ... then you clearly don't know what emo is. The Bravery and Chevelle are Alternative.... but w/e it's not that important...
  • I_am_VengeanceI_am_Vengeance Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2689777 said:
    Oh, you're suffering from Narrow-Minded Metalhead Disorder. Oh, dear.
    oh whoopsie shall locate the "cure" later and try to right these wrongs /sarcasm
  • overcookedbaconovercookedbacon Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2689708 said:
    From what I gathered from that, it's a subgenre of a subgenre. I don't go that far in labelling. Once you get to the first subgenre, that's what I put.
    That's what I hoped you'd say. Now I get to call BS once again. Indie Rock is a subgenre of alternative rock... no further than that. It's the same as grunge in that regard.

    But that shouldn't matter anyways, considering you actually managed to add FIVE extra (and unnecessary) metal genres. Glam Metal, Trash Metal, Progressive Metal, Power Metal and (wait for it) Neo-Classical Metal? Yeah... You really don't go that far in labeling do you? :rolleyes:

    In addition to that you completely separated Post-Grunge as its own genre, which is even less of an actual genre than Indie Rock. There were several other completely unnecessary genres you added as well.

    Indie rock is not some tiny little sub-genre of a sub-genre. It's its own complete genre. The term "Indie Rock" encompasses many other sub-genres itself, hell if you read the Community's Indie/Alt list's genres you can see for yourself. But as the article I quoted said, Indie Rock more or less completely separated itself from mainstream alternative by not following in the footsteps of the grunge movement (which is where modern mainstream alternative came out of, hence "post-grunge").
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    New songs, tonnes of New-Wave.

    "My Girl" by The Temptations, 1965 (Soul)
    "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye, 1968 (Soul)

    "She's Lost Control" by Joy Division, 1979 (Alternative)

    "Whip It" by Devo, 1980 (New-Wave)
    "Open Your Heart" by The Human League, 1981 (New-Wave)
    "Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads, 1983 (New-Wave)
    "Nervous Breakdown" by Black Flag, 1983 (Punk)
    "Overkill" by Men at Work, 1983 (New-Wave)
    "Promises, Promises" by Naked Eyes, 1983 (New-Wave)
    "Whiplash" by Metallica, 1983 (Thrash Metal)
    "Take on Me" by a-ha, 1985 (New-Wave)
    "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure, 1987 (Alternative)
    "True Faith" by New Order, 1987 (New-Wave)
    "You Made Me Realise" by My Bloody Valentine, 1988 (Alternative)
    "Woman in Chains" by Tears for Fears, 1989 (New-Wave)

    "Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode, 1990 (New-Wave)
    "Cereal Killer" by Green Jelly, 1993 (Rock)
    "Come Undone" by Duran Duran, 1993 (New-Wave)
    "Dissident" by Pearl Jam, 1993 (Grunge)

    "Obsticle One" by Interpol, 2002 (Alternative)
    "Evolutionary Sleeper" by Cynic, 2008 (Progressive Metal)
  • AKGAMERAKGAMER Rising Star
    edited July 2009
    teh_jakester;2685303 said:

    "the campfire song song" by spongebob squarepants, 2005 (hard mother****ing rock)
    ftw!!!!!
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