Svart's New Setlist

svartikinssvartikins Rising Star
edited August 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
I like to make new ones every once in awhile, maybe, hopefully, improve on old ones a bit. I can't remember if I've posted one here yet or not. And if I have, well, here's a new one. I've tried to give every decade (from 1965) equal time, and tried to give every semi popular genre at least one song. Sorry Southern Rock.

1960s
Simon and Garfunkel :: The Sounds of Silence, Folk rock, 1965
The Beach Boys :: Good Vibrations, Psychadelic Pop, 1966
The Who :: I Can See For Miles, Psychadelic Rock, 1967
Steppenwolf :: Born To Be Wild/Easy Rider, Hard Rock, 1968
David Bowie :: Space Oddity, Space Rock, 1969
Shocking Blue :: Venus, Rock, 1969
King Crimson :: In the Court of the Crimson King, Progressive Rock, 1969

1970s
Chicago :: 25 or 6 to 4, Hard Rock, 1970
The Doors :: Waiting On the Sun, Rock, 1970
Led Zeppelin :: Rock And Roll, Heavy Metal, 1971
Don McLean :: American Pie, Folk, 1971
Creedence Clearwater Revival :: Who'll Stop the Rain?, Country Rock, 1971
Yes :: Roundabout, Progressive Rock, 1972
Deep Purple :: Pictures of Home, Heavy Metal, 1972
Grand Funk Railroad :: We're An American Band, Hard Rock, 1973
New York Dolls :: Personality Crisis, Punk Rock, 1973
Bruce Springsteen :: Born To Run, Rock, 1975
Judas Priest :: Victim of Changes, Heavy Metal, 1975
Electric Light Orchestra :: Evil Woman, Rock/R&B, 1975
Neil Young :: Cortez the Killer, Rock, 1975
Pink Floyd :: Have A Cigar, Progressive Rock, 1975
Steely Dan :: Kid Charlemagne, Pop Rock, 1976
Gordon Lightfoot :: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, Folk, 1976
Heart :: Crazy On You, Hard Rock, 1976
The Ramones :: Rock N Roll High School, Punk Rock, 1978
Warren Zevon :: Werewolves of London, Rock, 1978
Styx :: Queen of Spades, Progressive Rock, 1978
The B52s :: Rock Lobster, New Wave, 1978
Foreigner :: Hot Blooded, Rock, 1978
The Clash :: London Calling, Punk Rock, 1979

1980s
The Talking Heads :: Once In A Lifetime, Post-punk, 1980
The Outlaws :: Ghost Riders In The Sky, Southern Rock, 1980
Joy Division :: Love Will Tear Us Apart, New Wave, 1980
Bob Marley :: Redemption Song, Reggae, 1980
J. Geils Band :: Love Stinks, Rock, 1980
The Rolling Stones :: Start Me Up, Rock, 1981
Stray Cats :: Rock This Town, Rockabilly, 1981
Loverboy :: Working For the Weekend, Rock, 1981
The Police :: Invisible Sun, New Wave, 1981
Ministry :: Work For Love, New Wave, 1982
The Pretenders :: Back on the Chain Gang, Rock, 1982
John Mellencamp :: Jack and Diane, Heartland Rock, 1982
Dio :: Rainbow In the Dark, Heavy Metal, 1983
Journey :: Separate Ways (Worlds Apart), Hard Rock, 1983
The Scorpions :: Still Loving You, Heavy Metal/Power Ballad, 1984
The Replacements :: Kiss Me On the Bus, Punk Rock, 1985
Cutting Crew :: (I Just) Died In Your Arms, Rock, 1986
Tesla :: Modern Day Cowboy, Hair Metal, 1986
The Smiths :: Panic, Alt rock, 1986
Whitesnake :: Here I Go Again, Hard Rock, 1987
R.E.M. :: It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine), Alternative Rock, 1987
INXS :: Devil Inside, Rock, 1988
Nirvana :: Love Buzz, Grunge, 1988
Queensryche :: Revolution Calling, Progressive Metal, 1988
Depeche Mode :: Personal Jesus, New Wave, 1989

1990s
Megadeth :: Holy Wars... The Punishment Due, Thrash Metal, 1990
Chapterhouse :: Breather, Shoegaze, 1990
Primus :: Tommy The Cat, Funk Metal, 1991
Guns n Roses :: Coma, Hard Rock, 1991
Queen :: Innuendo, Rock, 1991
Phish :: Stash, Jazz Fusion, 1992
Rage Against the Machine :: Freedom
XTC :: The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead, Pop Rock, 1992
Soul Asylum :: Somebody to Shove, Alternative Rock, 1992
Counting Crows :: Mr. Jones, Rock, 1993
Sunny Day Real Estate :: In Circles, Emo, 1994
Collective Soul :: Shine, Post-grunge, 1994
Sheryl Crow :: All I Wanna Do, Alternative Country, 1994
Reel Big Fish :: Beer, Ska, 1995
Marilyn Manson :: Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Alternative Meta, 1996l
The Dave Matthews Band :: Crash Into Me, Rock, 1996
Screaming Trees :: All I Know, Grunge, 1996
Oasis :: Champagne Supernova, Alternative Rock, 1996
Radiohead :: Paranoid Android, Alternative Rock, 1997
Third Eye Blind :: Jumper, Alternative Rock, 1998
Fastball :: The Way, Alternative Rock, 1998
Smash Mouth :: All Star, Alternative Rock, 1999
Tal Bachman :: She's So High, Pop Rock, 1999
Sugar Ray :: Someday, Pop rock, 1999
Red Hot Chili Peppers :: Scar Tissue, Alternative Rock, 1999

2000s
Creed :: Higher, Post-grunge, 2000
Fuel :: Hemorrhage (In My Hands), 2000, Post-grunge
The Deftones :: Change (In the House of Flies), 2000, Alternative Metal
Saliva :: Click Click Boom, Rapcore, 2001
Muse :: Citizen Erased, Progressive Rock, 2001
Linkin Park :: In The End, Nu-metal, 2001
Tenacious D :: Wonderboy, Hard Rock, 2002
Eminem :: Lose Yourself, Rap, 2002
Porcupine Tree :: Blackest Eyes, Progressive Rock, 2002
OutKast :: Hey Ya!, Funk, 2003
Mudvayne :: Happy?, Alternative Metal, 2004
Nightwish :: Nemo, Symphonic Metal, 2004
Alkaline Trio :: Mercy Me, Punk Rock, 2005
Jack Johnson :: Sitting, Waiting, Wishing, Acoustic Rock, 2005
Dishwalla :: Coral Sky, Alternative Rock, 2005
Arch Enemy :: Nemesis, Death Metal, 2005
The Flaming Lips :: The W.A.N.D., Alternative Rock, 2006
Iron Maiden :: The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg, Heavy Metal, 2006
Alter Bridge :: Blackbird, Hard Rock, 2007
Paramore :: When It Rains, Pop punk, 2007
Within Temptation :: The Howling, 2007, Symphonic Rock
Lacuna Coil :: Spellbound, Gothic Metal, 2008
The Mars Volta :: Ilyena, Progressive Rock, 2008
Lily Allen :: Not Fair, Country Pop, 2009
Steel Panther :: Death to All But Metal, Glam Rock, 2009
Psyopus :: The Burning Halo, Mathcore, 2009

DLC Albums:

The Clash :: London Calling
Queensryche :: Operation: Mindcrime
Rage Against the Machine :: Rage Against the Machine
Radiohead :: Ok Computer
Creed :: Human Clay

I'm open to suggestions.

EDIT: If I had to pick the final tier stuff, it would be:

Vocals:
Blackbird and Innuendo

Bass:
Tommy the Cat and Roundabout

Drums:
Ilyena and Rock and Roll?

Guitar:
Ghost Riders in the Sky and... Holy Wars

Band:
Coma?

Comments

  • Teh_JakesterTeh_Jakester Road Warrior
    edited August 2009
    Great list, Svartfriend. Only one minor complaint: Love Buzz isn't that great of a Nirvana song. It's okay, but White Lace and Strange has better instruments and that jazz.
    great list, though, svartfriend
  • Captain-the-AwesomeCaptain-the-Awesome Opening Act
    edited August 2009
    Despite the fact you included Eminem and the Pretenders (I hate that band SO MUCH....and Eminem is a white rapper), this is a rather good setlist. A good blend of mainstream songs with enough deep cuts for fans to be pleased. Good job!
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited August 2009
    Hey I remember you

    This more or less looks like the same lists you always ever made except now you threw on 2 rap songs and Arch enemy

    Didn't you always used to put Dream theater , Sonata arctica , & "I beleive in a thing called love" by The darkness on your lists constantly though? I don't see them this time
  • svartikinssvartikins Rising Star
    edited August 2009
    Snitsky;2845195 said:
    Hey I remember you

    This more or less looks like the same lists you always ever made except now you threw on 2 rap songs and Arch enemy

    Didn't you always used to put Dream theater , Sonata arctica , & "I beleive in a thing called love" by The darkness on your lists constantly though? I don't see them this time
    I would say I forgot to put them in, but you know, this list is supposed to be different and not just recycled bands from my old Guitar Hero lists back in the day. If that's the list you're talking about.
  • FizzelerFizzeler Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Teh_Jakester;2844561 said:
    Great list, Svartfriend. Only one minor complaint: Love Buzz isn't that great of a Nirvana song. It's okay, but White Lace and Strange has better instruments and that jazz.
    great list, though, svartfriend
    I agree with this on great list just would think for full band you could change The Mars Volta song to a different one on The Bedlam In Goliath like Metatron or one from De-Loused In The Comatorium and if you put Bedlam as full album DLC the vocalist and drummer is in for a challenge :D
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