LightningBolt's Rock Band 3 Wishlist

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edited October 2009 in Your Ultimate Setlist
1960's:
The Animals - The House Of The Rising Sun (Rock: 1964)
The Yardbirds - A Certain Girl (Blues Rock: 1965)
13th Floor Elevators - Splash 1 (No I'm Home) (Psychedelic: 1966)
Traffic - Dealer (Psychedelic: 1967)
Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Progressive Rock: 1967)
Jefferson Airplane - The Ballad of You & Me & Pooneil (Psychedelic: 1967)
The Youngbloods - Get Together (1967: Folk)
The Moody Blues - Nights In White Satin (Progressive Rock: 1967)
Country Joe & The Fish - Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine (Psychedelic: 1967)
Van Morrison - The Way Young Lovers Do (Folk: 1968)
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Hard Rock: 1968)
David Bowie - Space Oddity (Rock: 1969)
MC5 - Starship (Hard Rock: 1969)
Jethro Tull - We Used To Know (Folk: 1969)
Led Zeppelin - Ramble On (Hard Rock: 1969)
Blind Faith - Had To Cry Today (Blues Rock: 1969)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (Progressive Rock: 1969)
Spooky Tooth - Evil Woman (Hard Rock: 1969)
The Rolling Stones - You Can't Always Get What You Want (Rock: 1969)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Down By The River (Folk: 1969)

1970's:
Deep Purple - Into The Fire (Heavy Metal: 1970)
Chicago - 25 Or 6 To 4 (Jazz Fusion: 1970)
Ten Years After - I'd Love To Change The World (Blues Rock: 1971)
The Doors - L.A. Woman (Rock: 1971)
Rod Stewart - Maggie May (Rock: 1971)
Barclay James Harvest - Mocking Bird (Progressive Rock: 1971)
Lou Reed - Vicious (Glam Rock: 1972)
Roxy Music - Re-Make/Re-Model (Glam Rock: 1972)
The Stooges - Search And Destroy (Hard Rock: 1973)
Emerson, Lake, And Palmer - Karn Evil 9 (Progressive Rock: 1973)
Queen - Keep Yourself Alive (Hard Rock: 1973)
Black Sabbath - Megalomania (Heavy Metal: 1975)
The Who - How Many Friends (Rock: 1975)
Aerosmith - Rats In The Cellar (Hard Rock: 1976)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Blank Generation (Punk Rock: 1977)
Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing (Rock: 1978)
Steely Dan - FM (No Static At All) (Jazz Fusion: 1978)
Van Halen - I'm The One (Hard Rock: 1978)
The Kinks - (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman (Rock: 1979)
Ted Nugent - Paralyzed (Hard Rock: 1979)

1980's:
Iron Maiden - Phantom Of The Opera (Heavy Metal: 1980)
Diamond Head - Sucking My Love (Heavy Metal: 1980)
Witchfinder General - Satan's Children (Doom Metal: 1981)
The Misfits - Astro Zombies (Punk Rock: 1982)
Blue Oyster Cult - Veteran Of The Psychic Wars (Live) (Hard Rock: 1982)
U.K. Subs - Down On The Farm (Punk Rock: 1982)
Dio - Rainbow In The Dark (Heavy Metal: 1983)
U2 - New Year's Day (Rock: 1983)
Thin Lizzy - Thunder & Lightning (Heavy Metal: 1983)
Motley Crue - Red Hot (Glam Metal: 1983)
Metallica - Fade To Black (Thrash Metal: 1984)
Pentagram - The Deist (Doom Metal: 1985)
Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In (Glam Metal: 1986)
Heathen - Open The Grave (Thrash Metal: 1987)
Helloween - Halloween (Power Metal: 1987)
Blind Illusion - Death Noise (Thrash Metal: 1988)
Faith No More - The Real Thing (Alternative Metal: 1989)
Bad Religion - You (Punk Rock: 1989)
Soundgarden - Big Dumb Sex (Grunge: 1989)
The Cure - Pictures Of You (Alternative Rock: 1989)

1990's:
Mother Love Bone - Come Bite The Apple (Grunge: 1990)
Queensryche - Jet City Woman (Progressive Metal: 1990)
Skin Yard - 1000 Smiling Knuckles (Grunge: 1991)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Into The Great Wide Open (Rock: 1991)
Guns N' Roses - Estranged (Hard Rock: 1991)
Temple Of The Dog - Reach Down (Grunge: 1991)
Soul Asylum - Runaway Train (Alternative Rock: 1992)
Slaughter - Reach For The Sky (Glam Metal: 1992)
Urge Overkill - Sister Havana (Alternative Rock: 1993)
Nirvana - Pennyroyal Tea (Grunge, 1993)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Soul To Squeeze (Alternative Rock: 1993)
Stone Roses - Breaking Into Heaven (Alternative Rock: 1994)
Collective Soul - Shine (Alternative Rock: 1994)
Corrosion Of Conformity - Drowning In A Daydream (Heavy Metal: 1996)
Sublime - April 29, 1992 (Miami) (Alternative Rock: 1996)
Buckethead - For Mom (Experimental: 1998)
Godsmack - Keep Away (Alternative Metal: 1998)
Rob Zombie - Dragula (Heavy Metal: 1998)
Nine Inch Nails - We're In This Together (Alternative Rock: 1999)
Kid Rock - Cowboy (Southern Rock: 1999)

2000's:
The Strokes - Last Nite (Alternative Rock: 2001)
Beck - Lost Cause (Alternative Rock: 2002)
Katatonia - Ghost Of The Sun (Alternative Metal: 2003)
Dream Theater - Honor Thy Father (Progressive Metal: 2003)
Muse - Stockholm Syndrome (Alternative Rock: 2003)
Rise Against - Paper Wings (Punk Rock: 2004)
Peter Pan Speedrock - Time To Get Down (Punk Rock: 2005)
Ryan Adams & The Cardinals - Let It Ride (Country: 2005)
Avenged Sevenfold - M.I.A. (Heavy Metal: 2005)
Foo Fighters - End Over End (Alternative Rock: 2005)
Rhino Bucket - Monkey Boy Highway (Hard Rock: 2006)
The Sword - Freya (Doom Metal: 2006)
The Killers - Read My Mind (Alternative Rock: 2006)
Towers Of London - I'm A Rat (Punk Rock: 2006)
Black Market Radio - Wave (Grunge: 2007)
Whitesnake - Best Years (Hard Rock: 2008)
16 Second Stare - Ballad Of Billy Rose (Hard Rock: 2008)
Coldplay - Violet Hill (Alternative Rock: 2008)
Mastodon - The Czar (Progressive Metal: 2009)
Our Lady Peace - Monkey Brains (Alternative Rock: 2009)
Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster - Step Up (I'm On It) (Southern Rock: 2009)



So I've been piecing this together the last couple of nights. I'm not all that worried about the genres, they're just there to be there, so if you disagree with one of the labellings, it really don't change much. I know I did neglect a few genres, and I feel bad 'bout it, but really, it's probably because I'm not much of a fan. So anways, comment and all, thanks. I tried to pick some hits and some deeper cuts.

Comments

  • BuRn7 CaK3BuRn7 CaK3 Banned
    edited October 2009
    I think you could've picked a better Coldplay and A7x song than the ones you chose. Other than that, every.... even, i guess is the word to say. I'd give it a 4/5.

    I was going to comment on a genre regarding A7x.... but yeah, I'm just saying is that they are NOT heavy metal.
  • LightningBoltLightningBolt Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    Meh. Hard rock, Heavy Metal, I don't really care. At that point they weren't Metalcore or whatever you wanna call their first two albums. Doesn't matter, anyways. You have suggestions for Coldplay and Avenged Sevenfold songs? I'll be perfectly honest, Viva La Vida is the only album from Coldplay I own so I really went with what is one of the better choices from the album. As for A7x, I thought I picked a good pick, but whatever.
  • Onslaught_feiOnslaught_fei Headliner
    edited October 2009
    Mother of God someone is actually using psychedelic as a genre, bout ****ing time. Psych was freaking HUGE back in the day and it gets NO LOVE from Harmonix or this board save a few doods. Thank mother of ****ing god someone knows pysch. I also like how you label songs with Hard Rock, ive been wanting that for a long time.

    Some of the cuts are way super deep and over my head, Ill have to listen (even by some recognizable bands). But a very sound list for someone into Rock. Probably one of the best lists Ive seen.
  • FizzelerFizzeler Washed Up
    edited October 2009
    Onslaught_fei;3159690 said:
    Mother of God someone is actually using psychedelic as a genre, bout ****ing time. Psych was freaking HUGE back in the day and it gets NO LOVE from Harmonix or this board save a few doods. Thank mother of ****ing god someone knows pysch. I also like how you label songs with Hard Rock, ive been wanting that for a long time.

    Some of the cuts are way super deep and over my head, Ill have to listen (even by some recognizable bands). But a very sound list for someone into Rock. Probably one of the best lists Ive seen.
    this only thing do far I would change would be the Dream Theater and Moody Blues songs
  • LightningBoltLightningBolt Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    Thank you for the compliments Onslaught.

    And Fizzeler, do you have recommendations for both bands? I'm not the biggest Dream Theater fan, I'll admit, so I just picked one that sounded pretty fun. As for the Moody Blues, there are probably quite a few songs that'd be better suited for the game. I know songs like "I'm A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band)" use instruments that are featured in Rock Band more than "Nights In White Satin", but I always found the latter to be their best song.
  • LegendofRock3021LegendofRock3021 Nice Doggy
    edited October 2009
    Pretty good setlist, definitely one of the better ones I've seen though there's always room for improvement. Although I would like to see some better song selections, you've done a nice job overall.
  • LightningBoltLightningBolt Opening Act
    edited October 2009
  • BuRn7 CaK3BuRn7 CaK3 Banned
    edited October 2009
    LightningBolt;3159672 said:
    Meh. Hard rock, Heavy Metal, I don't really care. At that point they weren't Metalcore or whatever you wanna call their first two albums. Doesn't matter, anyways. You have suggestions for Coldplay and Avenged Sevenfold songs? I'll be perfectly honest, Viva La Vida is the only album from Coldplay I own so I really went with what is one of the better choices from the album. As for A7x, I thought I picked a good pick, but whatever.
    MIA is a good song, I just.... eh whatever. I guess anything from City of Evil would be 100% better than anything from their latest.

    Viva La Vida is a good album, you should've just used the title track. I think it would be more fun anyways.
  • LightningBoltLightningBolt Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    I didn't think the title track really had all that much guitar/bass/drums. Maybe I'm wrong. I'll give it another listen.
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