timmay9's Third Setlist Will Make IT Even Bigger (End of the Series)

timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
edited August 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Well, the last one was a deep cuts list. This time around it's a lot of huge hits, fan favorites, and lesser known bands.

To see all three setlists, redirect here.

Also, I know there are a bunch of USL snobs (I can sometimes be considered one of them). I made this setlist realistic while at the same time incorporating new genres, awesome lesser-known artists, deep cuts from a few artists, as well as a few of those mainstream bands/artists most people love to sh*t on. If one song really effects you that much you may need to take a breather.

150 main list songs, 10 bonus.

Confirmed count: 0/160

1950's (3 songs)
The Champs-"Tequila"
Chuck Berry-"Johnny B. Goode"
Jerry Lee Lewis-"Great Balls of Fire"

1960's (18 songs)
The Animals-"Don't Bring Me Down"
The Beach Boys-"Good Vibrations"
Bob Dylan-"I Want You"
Cream-"White Room"
Creedence Clearwater Revival-"Down on the Corner"
The Doors-"Light My Fire"
King Crimson-"21st Century Schizoid Man"
The Kingsmen-"Louie Louie"
The Kinks-"Plastic Man"
Jefferson Airplane-"Somebody to Love"
The Jimi Hendrix Experience-"Fire"
The Mothers of Invention-"Why Don'tcha Do Me Right?"
Petula Clark-"Downtown"
Sly & the Family Stone-"Dance to the Music"
The Strangeloves-"I Want Candy"
13th Floor Elevators-"Fire Engine"
The Troggs-"Wild Thing"
The Zombies-"Time of the Season"

1970's (27 songs)
ABBA-"Dancing Queen"
Big Star-"Don't Lie To Me"
Black Sabbath-"Children of the Grave"
Bob Marley & The Wailers-"The Heathen"
Bruce Springsteen-"Blinded by the Light"
The Clash-"London Calling"
The Cure-"Boys Don't Cry"
David Bowie-"John, I'm Only Dancing"
Deep Purple-"Burn"
Devo-"Mongoloid"
Electric Light Orchestra-"Evil Woman"
Elton John-"Don't Go Breaking My Heart"
Gong-"You Can't Kill Me"
The Jam-"In the City"
Joy Division-"Transmission"
KISS-"God of Thunder"
Neil Young & Crazy Horse-"Like a Hurricane"
Pere Ubu-"Street Waves"
The Rolling Stones-"Tumbling Dice"
Sparks-"This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us"
Stevie Wonder-"I Wish"
Television-"Marquee Moon"
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-"Refugee"
T. Rex-"Hot Love"
The Velvet Underground-"Rock and Roll"
The Who-"The Real Me"
Yes-"Long Distance Runaround/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)"

1980's (35 songs)
Bad Brains-"Banned in D.C."
Bauhaus-"She's in Parties"
Blondie-"Rapture"
Cro-Mags-"We Gotta Know"
Cyndi Lauper-"Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
Dead Kennedys-"Moon Over Marin"
Def Leppard-"Rocket"
Dio-"Stand Up and Shout"
The Feelies-"Loveless Love"
Guns N’ Roses-"Welcome to the Jungle"
Hanoi Rocks-"Tragedy"
Iron Maiden-"Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
The La's-"There She Goes Again"
Marvin Gaye-"Sexual Healing (Long Version)"
Metallica-"Disposable Heroes"
Midnight Oil-"Beds Are Burning"
Mötley Crüe-"Live Wire"
My Bloody Valentine-"You Made Me Realise"
Prince-"Let's Go Crazy"
Queen-"Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
Quiet Riot-"Metal Health"
The Replacements-"I Will Dare"
Rites of Spring-"For Want Of"
The Sisters of Mercy-"Walk Away"
Skid Row-"Youth Gone Wild"
The Smiths-"There Is A Light That Never Goes Out"
The Soft Boys-"Old Pervert"
Sonic Youth-"Silver Rocket"
The Stone Roses-"I Am the Resurrection"
Stray Cats-"Stray Cat Strut"
Talking Heads-"The Great Curve"
They Might Be Giants-"Don't Let's Start"
Twisted Sister-"We're Not Going to Take It"
Violent Femmes-"Add It Up"
Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson-"Just to Satisfy You"

1990's (33 songs)
Alanis Morissette-"You Learn"
Alice in Chains-"Down in a Hole"
The Apples in Stereo-"Tidal Wave"
Atheist-"Mother Man"
Blind Guardian-"The Last Candle"
Blink-182-"Going Away to College"
Catharsis-"Sabbat"
Darkthrone-"Skald av Satans sol"
Death-"Suicide Machine"
Dream Theater-"Metropolis Pt. 1: The Miracle and the Sleeper"
EMF-"Unbelievable"
Fishbone-"Fight the Youth"
Jeff Buckley-"Eternal Life"
The Jesus Lizard-"Then Comes Dudley"
Liz Phair-"F*ck and Run"
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones-"The Impression That I Get"
New Radicals-"You Get What You Give"
Nirvana-"Smells Like Teen Spirit"
Oasis-"Morning Glory"
Pantera-"The Art of Shredding"
Pavement-"Summer Babe"
Pixies-"Alec Eiffel"
Public Enemy & Anthrax-"Bring Tha Noize"
Radiohead-"Airbag"
Red Hot Chili Peppers-"Otherside"
Refused-"New Noise"
Ride-"Seagull"
The Smashing Pumpkins-"Marquis in Spades"
Sublime-"Santeria"
Sunny Day Real Estate-"Seven"
Temple of the Dog-"Hunger Strike"
Third Eye Blind-"How's It Going to Be"
Tool-"Stinkfist"

2000's (34 songs)
Against Me!-"Walking Is Still Honest"
Battles-"Tonto"
Beck-"Paper Tiger"
Bloc Party-"Price of Gas"
Coldplay-"Yellow"
The Darkness-"I Believe in a Thing Called Love"
Deftones-"Change (In the House of Flies)
Dinosaur Jr.-"I Don't Want to Go There"
Electric Wizard-"Funeralopolis"
Fall Out Boy-"Sugar, We're Going Down"
Feist-"1234"
Kanye West-"All Falls Down"
Made in Mexico-"Guerillaton"
The Mars Volta-"Drunkship of Lanterns"
Mastodon-"Blood and Thunder"
Modest Mouse-"Tiny Cities Made Of Ashes"
The Mountain Goats-"This Year"
Mudvayne-"Happy"
Municpal Waste-"The Art of Partying"
Muse-"Stockholm Syndrome"
The New Pornographers-"Mass Romantic"
Opeth-"Bleak"
OutKast-"Hey Ya!"
Queens of the Stone Age-"No One Knows"
The Shins-"Caring is Creepy"
Sigur Rós-"Untitled 8"
Silversun Pickups-"There's No Secrets This Year"
Slipknot-"Duality"
The Sword-"Barael's Blade"
System of a Down-"Aerials"
Testament-"Over the Wall (2001 Re-Recording)"
U2-"Beautiful Day"
Wolfmother-"Where Eagles Have Been"
Yeah Yeah Yeahs-"Y Control"

Bonus (10 songs)
Abnormality-"Epitomize the Weak"
Anarchy Club-"A Single Drop of Red"
Bang Camaro-"Revolution"
Count Zero-"Roach Motel"
Freezepop-"I Am Not Your Gameboy"
Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives-"Tatooine"
Libyans-"Missing Pills"
Shaimus-"Turn the Other Way Around"
That Handsome Devil-"Elephant Bones"
Vagiant-"FTK"

Disclaimer: This setlist does not guarantee to make any body parts of the reader to enlarge. This setlist may cause high blood pressure, mood swings, vomiting, and in rare cases euphoric death.

Comments

  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2009
    I would buy this, and have a bit of song learning to do but not too much :)
  • afterstasisafterstasis Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    looking good so far.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    kingtonyx;2925588 said:
    I would buy this, and have a bit of song learning to do but not too much :)
    I'm glad, I know the last list had very few you knew.
    afterstasis;2925643 said:
    looking good so far.
    What stands out so far?
  • afterstasisafterstasis Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    timmay9;2925877 said:

    What stands out so far?
    well, i can count songs i don't like on 2 hands so it's more like the RHCP, kanye west, and feist standing out instead of your awesome picks from catharsis, rites of spring, and the mountain goats.
  • SkittlesSkittles Road Warrior
    edited August 2009
    There is a Light That Never Goes Out, a great song, but waay to mellow for Rock Band, try using The Queen is Dead or Sweet and Tender Hooligan.
    for GNR, Id rather see something from UYI
    and on my last note, there are songs by Nirvana that arent Smells Like Teen Spirit

    other than that, Im lovin it!
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Skittles;2925936 said:

    and on my last note, there are songs by Nirvana that arent Smells Like Teen Spirit

    other than that, Im lovin it!
    If you've ever looked at my previous two lists, you know that I am well aware of that. :)
  • ClassicRockFanatic23ClassicRockFanatic23 Rising Star
    edited August 2009
    Only thing I would suggest is adding Green Day. I would suggest 2,000 Light Years Away, She or Hitchin' a Ride. Other then that awesome list, would buy defiantly. Oh, and I'm surprised, no Cream! :(
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    ClassicRockFanatic23;2926692 said:
    Only thing I would suggest is adding Green Day. I would suggest 2,000 Light Years Away, She or Hitchin' a Ride. Other then that awesome list, would buy defiantly. Oh, and I'm surprised, no Cream! :(
    I'll actually be showing the songs that didn't make the cut.
  • chumsicleschumsicles Road Warrior
    edited August 2009
    timmay9;2925571 said:
    Can I do anything if I contacted Sparks' manager and was told that HMX hasn't contacted Sparks about being in Rock Band?
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    chumsicles;2928674 said:
    Can I do anything if I contacted Sparks' manager and was told that HMX hasn't contacted Sparks about being in Rock Band?
    Make this face: :mad:
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2009
    White Room and Somebody To Love were staples of my RB3 setlist until the latest version.
  • tridentgum0tridentgum0 Uninteresting Poster
    edited August 2009
    Somebody to Love isn't a JA original anyway, and I hate when they release the band that made it famous rather than the band that originally made it. (I.E. You Really Got Me in GH2.)
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2009
    tridentgum0;2930339 said:
    Somebody to Love isn't a JA original anyway, and I hate when they release the band that made it famous rather than the band that originally made it. (I.E. You Really Got Me in GH2.)
    :rolleyes:

    they should always go with the known version of a song, especially from back then
  • tridentgum0tridentgum0 Uninteresting Poster
    edited August 2009
    kingtonyx;2930348 said:
    :rolleyes:

    they should always go with the known version of a song, especially from back then
    Why? Please note that I absolutely love Jefferson Aiplane and would crap myself if their version of StL was released.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    tridentgum0;2930339 said:
    Somebody to Love isn't a JA original anyway, and I hate when they release the band that made it famous rather than the band that originally made it. (I.E. You Really Got Me in GH2.)
    What?

    Also, I prefer the JA version anyways.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    kingtonyx;2930348 said:
    :rolleyes:

    they should always go with the known version of a song, especially from back then
    Now I just plain don't agree with that either.
  • tridentgum0tridentgum0 Uninteresting Poster
    edited August 2009
    timmay9;2930364 said:
    What?

    Also, I prefer the JA version anyways.
    Huh, I guess I just got pwnd. I still don't get why they used the VH version in that case.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2009
    the best known version will always sell more downloads, which is the most important thing imo...

    especially when most people don't even know the original exists

    the You Really Got Me thing isn't a great example since both versions are well known
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    tridentgum0;2930377 said:
    Huh, I guess I just got pwnd. I still don't get why they used the VH version in that case.
    I never understood this either. It's not like the Kinks version would have sucked on guitar (I think it would have been more fun).
  • Alright_ComputerAlright_Computer Butt Neck
    edited August 2009
    tridentgum0;2930377 said:
    Huh, I guess I just got pwnd. I still don't get why they used the VH version in that case.
    Here's a hint: Van Halen's version appeared in a game called Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80's. The Kinks' version was two decades too early. :p

    As for the setlist, I like it, but it's my least favorite of the 3 you made. IMO, 1 > 2 > 3.
  • tridentgum0tridentgum0 Uninteresting Poster
    edited August 2009
    Alright_Computer;2930580 said:
    Here's a hint: Van Halen's version appeared in a game called Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80's. The Kinks' version was two decades too early. :p

    As for the setlist, I like it, but it's my least favorite of the 3 you made. IMO, 1 > 2 > 3.
    No, it was definitely in GH2.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Alright_Computer;2930580 said:
    Here's a hint: Van Halen's version appeared in a game called Guitar Hero: Rocks the 80's. The Kinks' version was two decades too early. :p

    As for the setlist, I like it, but it's my least favorite of the 3 you made. IMO, 1 > 2 > 3.
    1978 and GH2 says hello.
  • Alright_ComputerAlright_Computer Butt Neck
    edited August 2009
    tridentgum0;2930592 said:
    No, it was definitely in GH2.
    Well, damn, that teaches me for not wiki'ing it first.

    You could make that argument for anything. Why did No Doubt make it into the game instead of Talk Talk? Why did Blondie make it into the game instead of The Nerves? Why did The Clash make it in instead of The Crickets? Why did the Who make it instead of Eddie Cochran? Why did RHCP make it instead of Robert Johnson? Why did SRV make it in instead of The Isley Brothers? Why did Alien Ant Farm make it into the game instead of Michael Jackson? Why did Social Distortion make it into the game instead of Johnny Cash? Why did....

    You can see where I'm going with this. :D
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Alright_Computer;2930631 said:
    Well, damn, that teaches me for not wiki'ing it first.

    You could make that argument for anything. Why did No Doubt make it into the game instead of Talk Talk? Why did Blondie make it into the game instead of The Nerves? Why did The Clash make it in instead of The Crickets? Why did the Who make it instead of Eddie Cochran? Why did RHCP make it instead of Robert Johnson? Why did SRV make it in instead of The Isley Brothers? Why did Alien Ant Farm make it into the game instead of Michael Jackson? Why did Social Distortion make it into the game instead of Johnny Cash? Why did....

    You can see where I'm going with this. :D
    1937 and guitar only were probably some factors. :p

    A few of those did come from full album releases. Overall, sometimes the more fun, not as popular version should be picked (not the case for Talk Talk, that was blasphemy).
  • RogueSpartan104RogueSpartan104 Opening Act
    edited August 2009
    Awesome setlist, especially b/c of the King Crimson, Who, and Replacements songs :D.
  • RunesmithRunesmith Headliner
    edited August 2009
    This is probably my favorite setlist of your's thus far. It has a perfect balance between the mainstream and the unknown; honestly, I could see a setlist like this becoming a reality for the next RB/GH game. There was a nice blend of genres, as well.

    Goth, hair metal, ska, and rockabilly were a little too absent for my taste, though. I think you shouldn't have left the Bauhaus and Sisters of Mercy on the cutting room floor.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Runesmith;2931753 said:
    This is probably my favorite setlist of your's thus far. It has a perfect balance between the mainstream and the unknown; honestly, I could see a setlist like this becoming a reality for the next RB/GH game. There was a nice blend of genres, as well.

    Goth, hair metal, ska, and rockabilly were a little too absent for my taste, though. I think you shouldn't have left the Bauhaus and Sisters of Mercy on the cutting room floor.
    I agree on those parts, I might move some things around. I was meaning to get more hair metal but kept forgetting.

    And thanks.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Alright I added some songs, which include the previously mentioned tracks, a few monster hits, more genres, and a song HOR regulars are going to hate.
  • timmay9timmay9 Washed Up
    edited August 2009
    Alright, the song count is up to 150 songs now. I think it's pretty good, and is the favorite of my 2 realistic setlists.

    If you can't find something on this list that you don't like then I fear for you.
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