Rock Band list; 400+ songs, 34 genres.

Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
edited August 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
1: There's more than one post.
2: I arranged it by genre, because this guy requested it, and I'm not going to re-re-arrange it.
3: Don't argue about genres. They're as correct as I could get them.

Alternative:
"She's Lost Control" by Joy Division, 1979 (Alternative)
"How Soon is Now?" by The Smiths, 1985 (Alternative)
"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)
"Bone Machine" by The Pixies, 1988 (Alternative)
"Mother" by Danzig, 1988 (Alternative)
"You Made Me Realise" by My Bloody Valentine, 1988 (Alternative)
"Been Caught Stealing" by Jane's Addiction, 1990 (Alternative)
"Know Your Enemy" by Rage Against the Machine, 1992 (Alternative)
"Midlife Crisis" by Faith No More, 1992 (Alternative)
"Anyone Can Play Guitar" by Radiohead, 1993 (Alternative)
"All Over You" by Live, 1994 (Alternative)
"Live in the Now" by The Dylans, 1994 (Alternative)
"Possum Kingdom" by Toadies, 1994 (Alternative)
"Shallow be thy Game" by Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1995 (Alternative)
"Movies" by Alien Ant Farm, 1999 (Alternative)
"If I'm a Man" by Burning Brides, 2001 (Alternative)
"Dead Star" by Muse, 2002 (Alternative)
"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)
"Be Yourself" by Audioslave, 2005 (Alternative)
"Every Day is Exactly the Same" by Nine-Inch Nails, 2005 (Alternative)
"Off the Record" by My Morning Jacket (Alternative)
"Walk Away" by Franz Ferdinand, 2005 (Alternative)
"Ize of the World" by The Strokes, 2006 (Alternative)
"Radium Eyes" by Count Zero, 2006 (Alternative)
"Vicarious" by Tool, 2006 (Alternative)
"Icky Thump" by White Stripes, 2007 (Alternative)
"Shadowplay" by The Killers, 2007 (Alternative)
"Tarantula" by Smashing Pumpkins, 2007 (Alternative)
"Sex on Fire" by Kings of Leon, 2008 (Alternative)

Blues:
"All Your Love" by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, 1966 (Blues)
"The Thrill is Gone" by B.B. King, 1969 (Blues)
"Mannish Boy" by Muddy Waters, 1977 (Blues)
"Scuttle Buttin'/Couldn't Stand the Weather" by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, 1984 (Blues)
"Nothin' but a Woman" by Robert Cray, 1986 (Blues)
"Wall of Pride" by Omar and the Howlers, 1988 (Blues)
"The Healer" by John Lee Hooker, 1989 (Blues)
"I Think I Love You Too Much" by The Jeff Healey Band, 1990 (Blues)
"Lie to Me" by Jonny Lang, 1997 (Blues)

Blues Rock:
"Love Me Two Times" by The Doors, 1967 (Blues Rock)
"Homework" by Fleetwood Mac, 1969 (Blues Rock)
"Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo" by Rick Derringer, 1970 (Blues Rock)
"I Shot the Sheriff" by Eric Clapton, 1974 (Blues Rock)
"Tush" by ZZ Top, 1975 (Blues Rock)
"Gear-Jammer" by George Thorogood and the Destroyers, 1985 (Blues Rock)

Country:
"Hey, Good Lookin'" by Hank Williams Sr., 1951 (Country)
"Crazy" by Willie Nelson, 1962 (Country)
"Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash, 1963 (Country)
"Amos Moses" by Jerry Reed, 1970 (Country)
"Bed of Roses" by Statler Brothers, 1971 (Country)
"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, 1973 (Country)
"I Love a Rainy Night" by Eddie Rabbitt, 1980 (Country)
"Queen of Hearts" by Juice Newton, 1981 (Country)
"Mountain Music" by Alabama, 1982 (Country)
"All My Exes Live in Texas" by George Strait, 1987 (Country)
"T-R-O-U-B-L-E" by Travis Tritt, 1992 (Country)
"Ain't Goin' Down 'till the Sun Comes Up" by Garth Brooks, 1993 (Country)
"Man! I Feel Like a Woman" by Shania Twain, 1997 (Country)
"Me Neither" by Brad Paisley, 1999 (Country)
"Plowboy" by Cledus T. Judd, 2000 (Country)
"19-somethin'" by Mark Wills, 2002 (Country)
"Big Star" by Kenny Chesney, 2002 (Country)
"It's Five o'Clock Somewhere" by Alan Jackson ft. Jimmy Buffett, 2003 (Country)
"What Was I Thinkin'?" by Dierks Bentley, 2003 (Country)
"Stays in Mexico" by Toby Keith, 2004 (Country)
"Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy" by Big and Rich, 2004 (Country)
"Life is a Highway" by Rascal Flatts, 2006 (Country)
"Stupid Boy" by Keith Urban, 2006 (Country)
"Boots On" by Randy Houser, 2008 (Country)
"Marry for Money" by Trace Adkins, 2008 (Country)
"People are Crazy" by Billy Currington, 2008 (Country)
"Moola Moo" by Steve Azar, 2009 (Country)

Country Rock:
"Life in the Fast Lane" by Eagles, 1976 (Country Rock)
"One Step Forward" by The Desert Rose Band, 1986 (Country Rock)

Emo:
"Headfirst for Halos" by My Chemical Romance, 2002 (Emo)
"Black Tongue" by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, 2003 (Emo)
"The Clincher" by Chevelle, 2004 (Emo)
"Fearless" by The Bravery, 2005 (Emo)
"Monsters" by Matchbook Romance, 2006 (Emo)

Emo Metal:
"Becoming the Bull" by Atreyu, 2007 (Emo Metal)

Folk Rock:
"Once in a Million Years" by Blackmore's Night, 2005 (Folk Rock)

Funk:
"Jet Airliner" by Paul Pena, 1973 (Funk)
"Reach Out" by Average White Band, 1973 (Funk)
"Hollywood Swinging" by Kool and the Gang, 1976 (Funk)
"I Wish" by Stevie Wonder, 1976 (Funk)
"You See the Trouble with Me" by Barry White, 1976 (Funk)
"A Real Mother For Ya" by Johnny "Guitar" Watson, 1977 (Funk)
"Walking on the Moon" by Cas Haley, 2008 (Funk)

Glam Metal:
"Feelings" by Accept, 1981 (Glam Metal)
"Too Fast for Love" by Motley Crue, 1981 (Glam Metal)
"Breaking the Chains" by Dokken, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Caught in the Game" by Survivor, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Latest Lover" by Pantera, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Run for Cover" by Quiet Riot, 1983 (Glam Metal)
"Dressed to Kill" by Lita Ford, 1984 (Glam Metal)
"Slide it In" by Whitesnake, 1984 (Glam Metal)
"Stay Hungry" by Twisted Sister, 1984 (Glam Metal)
"Fist Fury" by Love Fist, 1985 (Glam Metal)
"Heavy Chains" by Loudness, 1985 (Glam Metal)
"Rock the Night" by Europe, 1986 (Glam Metal)
"Bathroom Wall" by Faster Pussycat, 1987 (Glam Metal)
"Bad Medicine" by Bon Jovi, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Fallen Angel" by Poison, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Ride Like the Wind" by Saxon, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Seventeen" by Winger, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Way Cool Juniour" by Ratt, 1988 (Glam Metal)
"Freight Train" by Nitro, 1989 (Glam Metal)
"Once Bitten, Twice Shy" by Great White, 1989 (Glam Metal)
"Can't Find My Way Home" by House of Lords, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Decadence Dance" by Extreme, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Don't Treat Me Bad" by Firehouse, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Warrant, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Up All Night" by Slaughter, 1990 (Glam Metal)
"Rock and Roll Overdose" by Kix, 1991 (Glam Metal)
"Sticky Side Up" by Steelheart, 1992 (Glam Metal)
"Forever" by Skid Row, 1998 (Glam Metal)
"Because, It's Midnite" by Limozeen, 2003 (Glam Metal)

Glam Rock:
"Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by Slade, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Remake/Remodel" by Roxy Music, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Rock On" by T.Rex, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Ziggy Stardust" by David Bowie, 1972 (Glam Rock)
"Brighton Rock" by Queen, 1974 (Glam Rock)
"Fox on the Run" by The Sweet, 1974 (Glam Rock)
"I Want You to Want Me" by Cheap Trick, 1977 (Glam Rock)
"Women in Uniform" by Skyhooks, 1978 (Glam Rock)

Glam-Fusion:
"Are You Now, or Have You Ever Lived la Vida Loca?" by The Jake Adjutant Band, 2009 (Glam-Fusion)
"UPS Man Blues" by Runtime Error, 2009 (Glam-Fusion)

Grunge:
"They" by The U-Men, 1986 (Grunge)
"With Yo' Heart" by Malfunkshun, 1986 (Grunge)
"This Town" by Green River, 1987 (Grunge)
"Axe to Grind" by Tad, 1990 (Grunge)
"Eyes of Stone" by Gruntruck, 1990 (Grunge)
"Cow" by Melvins, 1991 (Grunge)
"Let it Slide" by Mudhoney, 1991 (Grunge)
"Rusty Cage" by Soundgarden, 1991 (Grunge)
"Dam That River" by Alice in Chains, 1992 (Grunge)
"Dissident" by Pearl Jam, 1993 (Grunge)
"Inside the Eye" by Skin Yard, 1993 (Grunge)
"Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart" by Stone Temple Pilots, 1996 (Grunge)

Hard Rock:
"Good Golly, Miss Molly" by Little Richard, 1958 (Hard Rock)
"I'm Not Talking" by The Yardbirds, 1965 (Hard Rock)
"I Can See for Miles" by The Who, 1967 (Hard Rock)
"Born to be Wild" by Steppenwolf, 1968 (Hard Rock)
"Communication Breakdown" by Led Zeppelin, 1969 (Hard Rock)
"The Bomber" by James Gang, 1970 (Hard Rock)
"I'm on the Lamb, but I Ain't no Sheep" by Blue Oyster Cult, 1972 (Hard Rock)
"One More Night" by The Timothy Lee Band, 1972 (Hard Rock)
"We're an American Band" by Grand Funk Railroad, 1973 (Hard Rock)
"Burn" by Deep Purple, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Deuce" by KISS, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Rock Bottom" by UFO, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Thunderbox" by Humble Pie, 1974 (Hard Rock)
"Drivin' Wheel" by Foghat, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"I'll Give You Money" by Peter Frampton, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"Rocker" by AC/DC, 1976 (Hard Rock)
"Black Betty" by Ram Jam, 1977 (Hard Rock)
"Sails of Charon" by Scorpions, 1978 (Hard Rock)
"Getcha Rocks Off" by Def Leppard, 1979 (Hard Rock)
"Into the Arena" by The Michael Schenker Group, 1980 (Hard Rock)
"I Can't Drive 55" by Sammy Hagar, 1984 (Hard Rock)
"Spank Thru" by Fecal Matter, 1985 (Hard Rock)
"Get Up" by Van Halen, 1986 (Hard Rock)
"Shadow of Your Love" by Hollywood Rose, 1986 (Hard Rock)
"Cult of Personality" by Living Colour, 1988 (Hard Rock)
"Sex Action" by L.A. Guns, 1988 (Hard Rock)
"About a Girl" by Nirvana, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"Half-Ass Monkey Boy" by Mother Love Bone, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"House of Fire" by Alice Cooper, 1989 (Hard Rock)
"A Lil' Ain't Enough" by David Lee Roth, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"Edison's Medicine" by Tesla, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"Garden of Eden" by Guns N' Roses, 1991 (Hard Rock)
"The Doug Theme" by Doug, 1991 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
"Train Tracks" by Izzy Stradlin and the Juju Hounds, 1992 (Hard Rock)
"Shake My Tree" by Coverdale and Page, 1993 (Hard Rock)
"Shut Up and Dance" by Aerosmith, 1993 (Hard Rock)
"Go, Go Power Rangers!" by The Mighty RAW, 1994 (Hard Mother****ing Rock)
"Jizz da Pit" by Slash's Snakepit, 1995 (Hard Rock)
"Legacy" by The Gone Jackals, 1995 (Hard Rock)
"Trash and the Fascination" by Doug Aldrich, 1997 (Hard Rock)
"Generator" by Foo Fighters, 1999 (Hard Rock)
"Hemorrhage" by Fuel, 2000 (Hard Rock)
"Whipped" by Axium, 2004 (Hard 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)
"Arterial Black" by Drist, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"Crazy *****" by Buckcherry, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"I am the Night, Colour Me Black" by Priestess, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" by JET, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"Raw Dog" by The Last Vegas, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"Sillyworld" by Stone Sour, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"What I Want" by Daughtry, 2006 (Hard Rock)
"From the Ashes of Sin" by Endeverafter, 2007 (Hard Rock)
"Let it Roll" by Velvet Revolver, 2007 (Hard Rock)
"Paralyzer" by Finger Eleven, 2007 (Hard Rock)
"A Daily Anthem" by David Cook, 2008 (Hard Rock)
"Hate My Life" by Theory of a Dead Man, 2008 (Hard Rock)
"It's Not My Time" by Three Doors Down, 2008 (Hard Rock)
"Black or White" by Adam Lambert, 2009 (Hard 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)

Jam:
"I Jam Myself" by Deep and Those Crazy Purples, 1945 (Jam)

Metal:
"Summertime Blues" by Blue Cheer, 1968 (Metal)
"Tarot Woman" by Rainbow, 1976 (Metal)
"Stained Class" by Judas Priest, 1978 (Metal)
"We Are the Road Crew" by Motorhead, 1980 (Metal)
"Cold Sweat" by Thin Lizzy, 1983 (Metal)
"Rainbow in the Dark" by Dio, 1983 (Metal)
"Flying High Again" by Ozzy Osbourne, 1987 (Metal)
"Addicted to That Rush" by Mr. Big, 1989 (Metal)
"Call of the Wild" by Black Sabbath, 1989 (Metal)
"I Would Love To" by Steve Vai, 1990 (Metal)
"Be Quick or be Dead" by Iron Maiden, 1992 (Metal)
"Thunder Kiss '65" by White Zombie, 1992 (Metal)
"Menace to Society" by Killers, 1994 (Metal)
"Down to Mexico" by Paul Gilbert, 1998 (Metal)
"Dragula" by Rob Zombie, 1998 (Metal)
"Killing Floor" by Bruce Dickinson, 1998 (Metal)
"Greed" by Godsmack, 2000 (Metal)
"Guitars SUCK" by Bumblefoot, 2001 (Metal)
"Trogdor" by Strong Bad, 2003 (Thatched-Roof Cottage Metal)
"Collide" by Anarchy Club, 2006 (Metal)
"Kickapoo" by Tanacious D, 2006 (Metal)
"Street Demon" by Marty Friedman, 2006 (Metal)

Neo-Classical Metal:
"Black Cat" by Cacophony, 1988 (Neo-Classical Metal)
"Perpetual Burn" by Jason Becker, 1988 (Neo-Classical Metal)

New-Wave:
"Let's Go" by The Cars, 1979 (New-Wave)
"Whip It" by Devo, 1980 (New-Wave)
"Open Your Heart" by The Human League, 1981 (New-Wave)
"I Ran" by A Flock of Seagulls, 1982 (New-Wave)
"Red Skies" by The Fixx, 1982 (New-Wave)
"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Overkill" by Men at Work, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Promises, Promises" by Naked Eyes, 1983 (New-Wave)
"Take on Me" by a-ha, 1985 (New-Wave)
"Your Wildest Dreams" by The Moody Blues, 1986 (New-Wave)
"True Faith" by New Order, 1987 (New-Wave)
"Woman in Chains" by Tears for Fears, 1989 (New-Wave)
"Enjoy the Silence" by Depeche Mode, 1990 (New-Wave)
"Come Undone" by Duran Duran, 1993 (New-Wave)

Nu-Metal:
"Follow" by Breaking Benjamin, 2004 (Nu-Metal)
"Deify" by Disturbed, 2005 (Nu-Metal)
"Question!" by System of a Down, 2005 (Nu-Metal)
"Animal I Have Become" by Three Days Grace, 2006 (Nu-Metal)
"Fake It" by Seether, 2007 (Nu-Metal)
"Psychosocial" by Slipknot, 2008 (Nu-Metal)

Pop:
"Get it Together" by The Jackson Five, 1973 (Pop)
"Young Turks" by Rod Stewart, 1981 (Pop)
"Whenever You Need Somebody" by Rick Astley, 1987 (Pop)
"We Didn't Start the Fire" by Billy Joel, 1989 (Pop)
"Mmmbop" by Hanson, 1997 (Pop)
"I Drive Myself Crazy" by *NSYNC, 1998 (Pop)
"The Hardest Thing" by 98°, 1998 (Pop)
"I Want it That Way" by Backstreet Boys, 1999 (Pop)
"Livin' la Vida Loca" by Ricky Martin, 1999 (Pop)
"What Hurts the Most" by Danny Gokey, 2009 (Pop)

Post-Grunge:
"One Last Breath" by Creed, 2001 (Post-Grunge)
"Merry-Go-Round" by Puddle of Mudd, 2007 (Post-Grunge)
"Up All Night" by Hinder, 2008 (Post-Grunge)

Power Metal:
"War to End All Wars" by Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force, 2000 (Power Metal)
"Wolf and Raven" by Sonata Arctica, 2001 (Power Metal)
"I, Voyager" by Nevermore, 2003 (Power Metal)
"Prepare for War" by DragonForce, 2004 (Power Metal)

Progressive:
"It's a Long Road" by Supertramp, 1970 (Progressive)
"Knife-Edge" by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, 1970 (Progressive)
"Teacher" by Jethro Tull, 1970 (Progressive)
"Hocus Pocus" by Focus, 1971 (Progressive)
"Roundabout" by Yes, 1971 (Progressive)
"Money" by Pink Floyd, 1973 (Progressive)
"Child of Innocence" by Kansas, 1975 (Progressive)
"Elephant Talk" by King Crimson, 1981 (Progressive)
"Time-Consumer" by Coheed and Cambria, 2002 (Progressive)

Progressive Metal:
"Pull Me Under" by Dream Theatre, 1992 (Progressive Metal)
"Evolutionary Sleeper" by Cynic, 2008 (Progressive Metal)

Psychedelic Rock:
"Dealer" by Traffic, 1967 (Psychedelic Rock)

Punk:
"Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell" by The Stooges, 1973 (Punk)
"Batman" by The Jam, 1977 (Punk)
"Bodies" by Sex Pistols, 1977 (Punk)
"What do I Get?" by The Buzzcocks, 1978 (Punk)
"I Kill Children" by Dead Kennedys, 1980 (Punk)
"I'm in Trouble" by The Replacements, 1981 (Punk)
"Rock the Casbah" by The Clash, 1982 (Punk)
"Institutionalized" by Suicidal Tendencies, 1983 (Punk)
"Nervous Breakdown" by Black Flag, 1983 (Punk)
"I Wanna Live" by Ramones, 1987 (Punk)
"Asprin-Free" by AFI, 1996 (Punk)
"Dig Up Her Bones" by Misfits, 1997 (Punk)
"I Choose" by The Offspring, 1997 (Punk)
"In Too Deep" by Sum 41, 2001 (Punk)
"Feeling This" by Blink-182, 2003 (Punk)
"Los Angeles is Burning" by Bad Religion, 2004 (Punk)
"FTK" by Vagiant, 2006 (Punk)
"Square One, Here I Come" by The Hives, 2007 (Punk)

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  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Rap:
    "Fight for Your Right" by Beastie Boys, 1986 (Rap)
    "Can't Touch This" by M.C. Hammer, 1990 (Rap)
    "Lose Yourself" by Eminem, 2002 (Rap)

    Rock:
    "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)
    "Reelin' and Rockin'" by Chuck Berry, 1958 (Rock)
    "Roadrunner" by Bo Diddley, 1960 (Rock)
    "Crying" by Roy Orbison, 1962 (Rock)
    "Drive My Car" by The Beatles, 1965 (Rock)
    "Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers, 1966 (Rock)
    "Guitar Man" by Elvis Presley, 1967 (Rock)
    "Run, Run, Run" by Velvet Underground, 1967 (Rock)
    "Swlabr" by Cream, 1967 (Rock)
    "Crosstown Traffic" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1968 (Rock)
    "I'm a Mover" by Free, 1968 (Rock)
    "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones, 1968 (Rock)
    "Rockin' Chair" by The Band, 1969 (Rock)
    "25 or 6 to 4" by Chicago, 1970 (Rock)
    "I Looked Away" by Derek and the Dominoes, 1970 (Rock)
    "Lola" by The Kinks, 1970 (Rock)
    "American Pie" by Don McLean, 1971 (Rock)
    "Free Ride" by The Edgar Winter Group, 1972 (Rock)
    "Jesus is Just Alright" by Doobie Brothers, 1972 (Rock)
    "Reelin' in the Years" by Steely Dan, 1972 (Rock)
    "Stuck in the Middle with You" by Steelers Wheel, 1972 (Rock)
    "You Need Love" by Styx, 1972 (Rock)
    "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" by Elton John, 1973 (Rock)
    "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive, 1974 (Rock)
    "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen, 1975 (Rock)
    "Holy Roller" by Nazareth, 1975 (Rock)
    "Keep Pushin'" by REO Speedwagon, 1976 (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)
    "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)
    "Peanuts" by The Police, 1978 (Rock)
    "Bad Case of Loving You" by Robert Palmer, 1979 (Rock)
    "Don't Bring Me Down" by Electric Light Orchestra, 1979 (Rock)
    "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" by Bad Company, 1979 (Rock)
    "Against the Wind" by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, 1980 (Rock)
    "Line of Fire" by Journey, 1980 (Rock)
    "Pulling Mussels" by Squeeze, 1980 (Rock)
    "Centrefold" by The J. Geils Band, 1981 (Rock)
    "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins, 1981 (Rock)
    "In the Dark" by Billy Squier, 1981 (Rock)
    "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy, 1981 (Rock)
    "Heat of the Moment" by Asia, 1982 (Rock)
    "Jack and Diane" by John Cougar, 1982 (Rock)
    "Rebel Yell" by Billy Idol, 1983 (Rock)
    "Sister Christian" by Night Ranger, 1983 (Rock)
    "Star Fleet" by Brian May and Friends, 1983 (Rock)
    "The Warrior" by Scandal, 1984 (Rock)
    "Summer of '69" by Bryan Adams, 1984 (Rock)
    "When the Lady Smiles" by Golden Earring, 1984 (Rock)
    "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits, 1985 (Rock)
    "Cool the Engines" by Boston, 1986 (Rock)
    "Lil' Devil" by The Cult, 1987 (Rock)
    "All Along the Watchtower" by Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, 1989 (Rock)
    "Radar Love" by White Lion, 1989 (Rock)
    "Runnin' Down a Dream" by Tom Petty, 1989 (Rock)
    "The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing" by Joe Satriani, 1989 (Rock)
    "Devil to Pay" by RTZ, 1991 (Rock)
    "Give in to Me" by Michael Jackson, 1991 (Rock)
    "One" by U2, 1991 (Rock)
    "Rocket O' Love" by The Knack, 1991 (Rock)
    "The Majesty of Rock" by Spinal Tap, 1992 (Rock)
    "Cereal Killer" by Green Jelly, 1993 (Rock)
    "Go Home" by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, 1994 (Rock)
    "I'll be There for You" by The Remebrandts, 1995 (Rock)
    "Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz, 1998 (Rock)
    "Albuquerque" by Weird Al, 1999 (Rock)
    "Gotta Jibboo" by Phish, 2000 (Rock)
    "Story of a Girl" by Nine Days, 2000 (Rock)
    "Simple and Clean: Rising Sun" by Utada Hikaru, 2002 (Rock)
    "Play it Loud" by MXPX, 2003 (Rock)
    "Stare at the Sun" by Thrice, 2003 (Rock)
    "Way Away" by Yellowcard, 2003 (Rock)
    "Do What You Want" by Okay Go, 2005 (Rock)
    "Shakin' My Cage" by Joe Perry, 2005 (Rock)
    "Broken Boy Soldier" by The Raconteurs, 2006 (Rock)
    "Code Monkey" by Jonathan Coulton, 2006 (Rock)
    "Go That Far" by The Bret Michaels Band, 2006 (Rock)
    "I Want You so Hard" by Eagles of Death Metal, 2006 (Rock)
    "Yes We Can" by Made in Mexico, 2006 (Rock)
    "Let Me Know" by Locksley, 2007 (Rock)
    "Rockin' Away" by Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau, 2007 (Rock)
    "Can't Stop the Night" by Bang Camaro, 2008 (Rock)
    "Renaissance Faire" by FreeCreditReport.com, 2008 (Rock)
    "The Shock of the Lightning" by Oasis, 2008 (Rock)
    "All She Wants to do is Dance" by Kris Allen, 2009 (Rock)

    Rockabilly:
    "Rock This Town" by Stray Cats, 1981 (Rockabilly)
    "Honey Man" by The Brian Setzer Orchestra, 2007 (Rockabilly)

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

    Southern Rock:
    "Green River" by Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1969 (Southern Rock)
    "Whipping Post" by The Allman Brothers Band, 1969 (Southern Rock)
    "For Yasgur's Farm" by Mountain, 1970 (Southern Rock)
    "Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh, 1973 (Southern Rock)
    "Long, Hard Ride" by The Marshall Tucker Band, 1976 (Southern Rock)
    "Stick Around for Rock and Roll" by The Outlaws, 1976 (Southern Rock)
    "I Know a Little" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1977 (Southern Rock)
    "Let the Good Times Roll" by Molly Hatchet, 1979 (Southern Rock)
    "Road Fever" by Blackfoot, 1979 (Southern Rock)
    "Don't Misunderstand Me" by The Rossington-Collins Band, 1980 (Southern Rock)
    "Takin' it Back" by The Rockets, 1980 (Southern Rock)
    "Wild-Eyed Southern Boys" by .38 Special, 1981 (Southern Rock)
    "Texas Twister" by Little Feat, 1990 (Southern Rock)
    "Sting Me" by Black Crowes, 1992 (Southern Rock)

    Stoner Rock:
    "Hurricane" by Kyuss, 1995 (Stoner Rock)

    Surf Rock:
    "King of the Surf Guitar" by Dick Dale and His Del-Tones, 1963 (Surf Rock)
    "Surfin' USA" by Beach Boys, 1963 (Surf Rock)

    Thrash Metal:
    "Whiplash" by Metallica, 1983 (Thrash Metal)
    "Chosen Ones" by Megadeth, 1985 (Thrash Metal)
    "Fueled" by Anthrax, 1995 (Thrash Metal)
    "Hearts Will Bleed" by MD.45, 1996 (Thrash Metal)
    "Becoming the Dragon" by Trivum, 2006 (Thrash Metal)

    seacrest out
  • brandon97brandon97 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    wow,thats a big list!
  • Mega-TallicaMega-Tallica Washed Up
    edited July 2009
    That's a crap load of songs buddy.

    Just browsing through and I am quite impressed. I base most of my opinion off of the hard rock/metal/progressive genres they all seem good. I little skimpy on the prog metal, but the rest makes up for it.

    btw, Godsmack is Nu-Metal.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Mega-Tallica;2782097 said:
    btw, Godsmack is Nu-Metal.
    I was thinking that, but I wasn't sure. I'll probably change it next update.
    And for the Prog Metal, I'm willing to take suggestions, if you have any.
  • THRASHattack66THRASHattack66 Opening Act
    edited July 2009
    why is trivium in thrash metal ?

    but overall thats a killer list
  • Oscar-RioOscar-Rio 0/10
    edited July 2009
    way too much glam metal.
  • IfishIIIIfishIII Opening Act
    edited July 2009
    I think it's a little weird that there's so many different genres for rock and metal, but just one for punk and no ska.

    But whatever. No real objections other than that. There's a lot of good picks in that huge wall of text.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    THRASHattack66;2784141 said:
    why is trivium in thrash metal ?
    Because that album, at least, was.
    Oscar-Rio;2784284 said:
    way too much glam metal.
    No such thing.
    IfishIII;2784432 said:
    I think it's a little weird that there's so many different genres for rock and metal, but just one for punk and no ska.
    I don't see much difference between one Punk song and another, minus obvious differences that happen with different people.
    And I don't listen to Ska, at all.
  • Oscar-RioOscar-Rio 0/10
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2786069 said:

    I don't see much difference between one Punk song and another, minus obvious differences that happen with different people.
    And I don't listen to Ska, at all.
    I don't notice the difference between one Glam Metal song and another.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    And they're all under the same genre for it.
  • Hawkins102210Hawkins102210 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    very good list, just dont understand why u have Accept, Loundness, AND SAXON of all people in Glam, but i still like the list.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Hawkins102210;2786158 said:
    very good list, just dont understand why u have Accept, Loundness, AND SAXON of all people in Glam, but i still like the list.
    That's the closest I could figure them.
  • Hawkins102210Hawkins102210 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    they would be Power Metal, yes there is a difference, :-}
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    They're totally not Power Metal. They don't sing about war, dragons, fire, eternity, etc.
  • neckermanncjneckermanncj Washed Up
    edited July 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2781491 said:

    Emo:
    "Headfirst for Halos" by My Chemical Romance, 2002 (Emo)
    "The Clincher" by Chevelle, 2004 (Emo)
    "Fearless" by The Bravery, 2005 (Emo)
    "Monsters" by Matchbook Romance, 2006 (Emo)

    NOOOOOOOOOO THAT'S NOT EMO!!! :mad:
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Um, yes. And I think I said something about this OH, YEAH
    3: Don't argue about genres. They're as correct as I could get them.
  • Hawkins102210Hawkins102210 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    ehh in my eyes there power metal, but for all metal heads, we see stuff different, still say the shouldnt be in Glam, just regular metal maybe?
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Hawkins102210;2786286 said:
    ehh in my eyes there power metal, but for all metal heads, we see stuff different, still say the shouldnt be in Glam, just regular metal maybe?
    I see no reason to move them. Same solo structure, vocal style (Accept and Twisted Sister, guy), etc.
  • Hawkins102210Hawkins102210 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    well, its your list, stilll overall i like it, and TS, the were making fun of the entire Glam Scene, i mean really look at them. still love the list though
  • guitarjackedguitarjacked Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Oscar-Rio;2784284 said:
    way too much glam metal.
    No there isn't. Hair metal is unrepresented in Rock Band. Bring on the glam and hair bands......
  • Musicfreak82515Musicfreak82515 Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    I suggest color-coding it for easier reading? My eyes hurt from all the black and white 0_o

    Lol at the FreeCreditReport.com song. 30 seconds of pure joy for geeks everywhere. Also, good job on uncluding Utada Hikaru, maybe we might be able to get a J-Pop/Rock section in there somewhere...

    EDIT: Might I also suggest Discipline, 1,000,000 or Not So Pretty Now over Every Day Is Exactly The Same?
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Musicfreak82515;2786453 said:
    May I suggest color-coding it for easier reading? My eyes hurt from all the black and white 0_o

    Lol at the FreeCreditReport.com song. 30 seconds of pure joy for geeks everywhere. Also, good job on uncluding Utada Hikaru, maybe we might be able to get a J-Pop/Rock section in there somewhere...

    EDIT: Might I also suggest Discipline, 1,000,000 or Not So Pretty Now over Every Day Is Exactly The Same?
    Great idea. And as soon as I heard the Rising Sun portion of Simple and Clean, I knew it had to be in Rock Band.
    And I'll look up those suggestions.
  • DrummerScott69DrummerScott69 Unsigned
    edited July 2009
    Great List but you have alot of your songs in the wrong genre. Just A Few to let you know. Trivium Definetly not Thrash Metal, Atreyu Are Not Emo, When Did The Bravery, Chevelle, and Matchbook Romance turn Emo???, Godsmack Is Nu Metal, Breaking Benjamin, Seether, And Three Days Grace Are all not Nu Metal, and The Jam Are Mod Rock But Their Ok Where They Are. Of All Slipknot Songs You Had To pick Psychosocial :confused: I would have rather picked Only One or The Shape. Half of Your Pop Songs have No Guitar in Them So I Don't Know How We Would Play Them. Also I Would Change Rap To Hip Hop. And The Last Thing, Shouldn't Glam Music Just Be Under Glam Cause It's All Really The Same. I'm Not Trying To Say Your Setlist Is Bad, I'm Just Saying Maybe You Should Fix Some Stuff...
  • Alright_ComputerAlright_Computer Butt Neck
    edited July 2009
    Emo metal? That's the funniest thing I've read all night. Thanks for the laugh, even though it's not what you intended.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Who says it wasn't?
    DrummerScott69;2788193 said:
    Of All Slipknot Songs You Had To pick Psychosocial :confused: I would have rather picked Only One or The Shape. Half of Your Pop Songs have No Guitar in Them So I Don't Know How We Would Play Them. And The Last Thing, Shouldn't Glam Music Just Be Under Glam Cause It's All Really The Same.
    1: Psychosocial has the best guitarwork of any Slipknot song I've heard. My second choice was Before I Forget.
    2: They do have guitar, listen closely. Acoustic guitar is still guitar. Plus, they'd all be wicked fun to sing.
    3: Not at all.
  • GenerationXGenerationX Opening Act
    edited July 2009
    good list but you have a huge gap in your alternative
  • MaxxxersMaxxxers Rising Star
    edited July 2009
  • Rawker31Rawker31 Opening Act
    edited July 2009
    Ok there is no way in hell that you can put Chevelle in emo.
  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited July 2009
    Rawker31;2793331 said:
    Ok there is no way in hell that you can put Chevelle in emo.
    They sound Emo as hell.
    GenerationX;2792346 said:
    good list but you have a huge gap in your alternative
    Then suggest some, guy.
    Maxxxers;2792370 said:
    no reggae or ska
    Same thing as above, guy.
  • GenerationXGenerationX Opening Act
    edited July 2009
    Sure, check out my post 80s 90s Groups Songs. Theres a bunch
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