Lego Rock Band VS Band Hero

Wazzup4567Wazzup4567 Rising Star
edited October 2009 in LEGO: Rock Band
now both setlists are out.
Bnad Hero (Console)
* 3 Doors Down - "When I'm Gone"
* The Airborne Toxic Event - "Gasoline"
* The All American Rejects - "Dirty Little Secret"
* Alphabeat - "Fascination"
* Aly and AJ - "Like Whoa"
* Angels & Airwaves - "The Adventure"
* Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals - "Steal My Kisses"
* Big Country - "In a Big Country"
* The Bravery - "Believe"
* Carl Douglas - "Kung Fu Fighting"
* Cheap Trick - "I Want You To Want Me (live)"
* Cold War Kids - "Hang Me Up To Dry"
* Corinne Bailey Rae - "Put Your Records On"
* Counting Crows - "Angels of the Silences"
* Culture Club - "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me"
* Dashboard Confessional - "Hands Down"
* David Bowie - "Let's Dance"
* Devo - "Whip It"
* Don McLean - "American Pie"
* Duffy - "Warwick Avenue"
* Duran Duran - "Rio"
* Evanescence - "Bring Me To Life"
* Everclear - "Santa Monica (Watch The World Die)"
* Fall Out Boy - "Sugar, We're Goin' Down"
* Filter - "Take A Picture"
* Finger Eleven - "Paralyzer"
* The Go-Go's - "Our Lips Are Sealed"
* Hilary Duff - "So Yesterday"
* Hinder - "Lips Of An Angel"
* Jackson 5 - "ABC"
* Janet Jackson - "Black Cat"
* Jesse McCartney - "Beautiful Soul"
* Joan Jett - "Bad Reputation"
* Joss Stone - "You Had Me"
* Katrina and The Waves - "Walking On Sunshine"
* The Kooks - "Naive"
* KT Tunstall - "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree"
* The Last Goodnight - "Pictures Of You"
* Lily Allen - "Take What You Take"
* Maroon 5 - "She Will Be Loved"
* Marvin Gaye - "I Heard It Through The Grapevine"
* Mighty Mighty Bosstones - "The Impression That I Get"
* Nelly Furtado - "Turn Off The Light"
* N.E.R.D. - "Rockstar"
* No Doubt - "Just A Girl"
* No Doubt - "Don't Speak"
* OK Go - "A Million Ways"
* Papa Roach - "Lifeline"
* Parachute - "Back Again"
* Pat Benatar - "Love Is A Battlefield"
* Poison - "Every Rose Has Its Thorn"
* Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue - "Kids"
* The Rolling Stones - "Honky Tonk Women"
* Roy Orbison - "Oh Pretty Woman"
* Santigold - "L.E.S. Artistes"
* Snow Patrol - "Take Back the City"
* Spice Girls - "Wannabe"
* Styx - "Mr. Roboto"
* Taylor Swift - "Love Story"
* Taylor Swift - "Picture To Burn"
* Taylor Swift - "You Belong With Me"
* Tonic - "If You Could Only See"
* The Turtles - "Happy Together"
* Village People - "YMCA"
* Yellowcard - "Ocean Avenue"

Full Track List (DS)

* The All-American Rejects - "Believe"
* Avril Lavigne - "Girlfriend"
* Black Eyed Peas - "Let's Get It Started"
* Blink-182 - "First Date"
* Boys Like Girls - "The Great Escape"
* Duran Duran - "Hungry Like The Wolf"
* Eagles of Death Metal - "Wannabe In L.A."
* Evanescence - "Call Me When You're Sober"
* Fall Out Boy - "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs"
* Foo Fighters - "Monkey Wrench"
* Kaiser Chiefs - "I Predict A Riot"
* The Killers - "Spaceman"
* Kings of Leon - "Manhattan"
* KT Tunstall - "Suddenly I See"
* Lacuna Coil - "Our Truth"
* No Doubt - "Excuse Me Mr."
* Pink - "So What"
* The Presidents of the United States of America - "Lump"
* The Pretenders - "Boots of Chinese Plastic"
* Queen - "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"
* Queens of the Stone Age - "No One Knows"
* The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - "You Better Pray"
* The Rolling Stones - "Under My Thumb (live)"
* Spin Doctors - "Two Princes"
* Sublime - "All You Need"
* Sum 41 - "In Too Deep"
* Ugly Kid Joe - "Everything About You"
* Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk"
* The Vines - "Get Free"
* Weezer - "Troublemaker"

Comments

  • Wazzup4567Wazzup4567 Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    Lego Rock Band

    Songs:
    1960's (2)
    "Fire" - The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Classic Rock, 1967)
    "I Want You Back" - Jackson 5 (Pop-Rock, 1969)*

    1970's (6)
    "Crocodile Rock" - Elton John (Glam, 1973)
    "Kung Fu Fighting" - Carl Douglas (Funk, 1974)*
    "Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)" - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel (Glam, 1975)
    "Ride A White Swan" - T. Rex (Glam, 1970)
    "The Passenger" - Iggy Pop (Classic Rock, 1977)*
    "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" - Queen (Classic Rock, 1977)*

    1980's (9)
    "Crash" - The Primitives (Indie Rock, 1988)*
    "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" - The Police (New Wave, 1981)
    "Free Fallin'" - Tom Petty (Classic Rock, 1989)*
    "Ghostbusters" - Ray Parker, Jr. (Pop-Rock, 1984)*
    "Let's Dance" - David Bowie (Pop-Rock, 1982)*
    "Summer Of '69" - Bryan Adams (Rock, 1985)
    "The Final Countdown" - Europe (Metal, 1986)*
    "Walking On Sunshine" - Katrina and The Waves (Pop-Rock, 1985)*
    "You Give Love A Bad Name" - Bon Jovi (Rock, 1986)

    1990's (4)
    "Aliens Exist" - blink-182 (Punk, 1999)
    "Breakout" - Foo Fighters (Alternative, 1999)
    "Song 2" - Blur (Alternative, 1997)*
    "Two Princes" - Spin Doctors (Alternative, 1993)*

    2000's (23)
    "A-Punk" - Vampire Weekend (Indie Rock, 2008)*
    "Accidentally In Love" - Counting Crows (Rock, 2004)*
    "Check Yes Juliet" - We The Kings (Pop-Rock, 2007)*
    "Dig" - Incubus (Alternative, 2006)
    "Dreaming Of You" - The Coral (Indie Rock, 2002)
    "Girls & Boys" - Good Charlotte (Punk, 2003)*
    "Grace" - Supergrass (Rock, 2002)*
    "In Too Deep" - Sum 41 (Punk, 2001)*
    "Life Is A Highway" - Rascal Flatts (Country, 2006)*
    "Monster" - The Automatic Automatic (Indie Rock, 2006)*
    "Naive" - The Kooks (Indie Rock, 2005)
    "Real Wild Child" - Everlife (Pop-Rock, 2007)
    "Rooftops (A Liberation Broadcast)" - Lostprophets (Alternative, 2006)
    "Ruby" - Kaiser Chiefs (Indie Rock, 2006)*
    "Short & Sweet" - Spinal Tap (Metal, 2009)
    "So What" - P!nk (Pop-Rock, 2008)*
    "Stumble and Fall" - Razorlight (Indie Rock, 2004)
    "Suddenly I See" - KT Tunstall (Rock, 2004)*
    "Swing, Swing" - The All-American Rejects (Emo, 2003)*
    "Thunder" - Boys Like Girls (Pop-Rock, 2006)
    "Tick Tick Boom" - The Hives (Punk, 2007)
    "Valerie" - The Zutons (Indie Rock, 2006)
    "Word Up!" - KoRn (Nu-Metal, 2004)

    (Copied and Pasted from the Lego rock band thread)
  • Wazzup4567Wazzup4567 Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    So Who is gonna Win the Setlist War?

    GH has Beilieve DLS AND BEP Lets get it started, but LRB has Swing Swing, we will rock you and more... plus i hate Taylor Swift's music but she is a good person all the way so

    Ok here are some stats.

    Similarities
    They Share 4 Songs together
    They also Share 4 Artists Together

    Band Hero
    Pros- 3 TAYLOR SWIFT songs. -_- (Fail in my opinion)
    Actual Graphics for some singers. no blocks.
    65 Songs
    2 No Doubt and 3 Taylor Swift Songs (can be a pro or con)
    Import OR export
    Multiplayer drop in/out
    New Peripherals ( new drum set and frum for DS)

    Cons
    you sing on a stage compared to Lego rock bands destructible backgrounds
    New Peripherals will be wii only for a while, then DSi cannot use the Guitar grip and (maybe) the drum pad
    Mainstream music more toward children
    The DS version has better songs than the console -_- another fail



    Lego Rock Band
    Pro's
    Lego people like Iggah pop! :)
    destructible backgrounds
    new innovative style merging brands
    no stupid more expensive extras for the DS version
    super easy mode has been added.

    Cons
    Less songs
    No online
    10 bucks for EXPORT
  • ThunderCurlsThunderCurls Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    I know who is going to win the locked thread war.
  • aggiesrul8aggiesrul8 Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    If you listen to the folks who used to post in the threads about which DLC was the best for the month (RB v. GH), the folks used to always say that they go with whoever provides the most amount of music (people who say this know who they are, no need to link to the various threads).

    In this case, you would have to go with Band Hero.

    On the other hand, I am a fan of RB, therefore am biased towards Rock Band. However, the Lego RB setlist is one that has some heavy hitters, but also provides some songs that leave me saying WTF.
  • PonchoPoncho Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    Lego

    You're on a Rock Band forum.

    /thread.
  • Wazzup4567Wazzup4567 Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    Poncho;3166974 said:
    Lego

    You're on a Rock Band forum.

    /thread.
    /thread? whats that do? but eh yes i know, but look at how many songs are actually familiar with LRB and BH.. i think GH will milk the BH saga till were about at BH 7 then give up and copy a different story. Sadly i can guarentee people will say band her on the setlist.

    and anyone that has GH on the DS, do you HAVE to have the stupid GH insert port?
  • voodoo618voodoo618 Headliner
    edited October 2009
    Band Hero has the better setlist.
  • JglaubmanJglaubman Headliner
    edited October 2009
    We just had this thread like yesterday.
  • A New Pyro FoolA New Pyro Fool Forum Comedian
    edited October 2009
    These threads are like the plague.

    On a less morbid note, the L:RB setlist is better, even though they are both quite good (I have ignored the DS setlists for both games).
  • Luur32Luur32 Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    Why does the DS version of Band Hero have better songs than the console version?
  • chumsicleschumsicles Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    Huh.


    now that I actually counted, there's exactly 5 songs from each game that I would really want (not counting DS version)
  • wildonriowildonrio Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    Luur32;3167135 said:
    Why does the DS version of Band Hero have better songs than the console version?
    I noticed this too. How annoying.
  • chaf432chaf432 Unsigned
    edited October 2009
    hmm... band hero seems to have a better setlist ive never heard half the lego ones
  • solidsnakejtsolidsnakejt Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    i must say both games have a pretty good setlist, but overall the lego game has a lot more songs that i love
    also rockband will always be better because of the charting and the engine.

    but i must say i'm surprised by the ammount of songs in band hero, i was sure there would be 45songs like all other spin-off games.
  • SojaSoja Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    I like Lego Rock Band's setlist up to the 2000's, which is a crapshoot.

    Goddamn it. I knew it was only a matter of time before Word Up made it to Rock Band, but I was hoping it would be Cameo's and not KoRn's cover. Fffff.
  • Wazzup4567Wazzup4567 Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    yeah the 2000's is kinda iffy in LRB
  • DugrayDugray Unsigned
    edited October 2009
    Band Hero has the better setlist
  • Wave57Wave57 Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    L:RB will own.

    Lego Rock Band has the Ghostbusters theme.
    Contest over.
  • cyborggrimreapercyborggrimreaper Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    Here is all the songs that can export from Band Hero into GH5 for 420 Microsoft points
    • "ABC" - Jackson 5
    • "American Pie" - Don Mclean
    • "A Million Ways" - OK Go
    • "Angels of the Silences" - Counting Crows
    • "Back Again" - Parachute
    • "Bad Reputation" - Joan Jett
    • "Believe" - The Bravery
    • "Black Cat" - Janet Jackson
    • "Black Horse And Cherry Tree" - KT Tunstall
    • "Bring Me To Life" - Evanescence
    • "Dirty Little Secret" - All American Rejects
    • "Don't Speak" - No Doubt
    • "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" - Culture Club
    • "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" - Poison
    • "Fascination" - Alphabeat
    • "Gasoline" - Airborne Toxic Event
    • "Hands Down" - The Dashboard Confessional
    • "Hang Me Up to Dry" - Cold War Kids
    • "Happy Together" - Turtles
    • "Honky Tonk Women" - Rolling Stones
    • "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" - Marvin Gaye
    • "If You Could Only See" - Tonic
    • "In a Big Country" - Big Country
    • "I Want You to Want Me" - Cheap Trick
    • "Just A Girl" - No Doubt
    • "Kids" - Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue
    • "Kung Fu Fighting" - Carl Douglas
    • "LES Aristes" - Santigold
    • "Let's Dance" - David Bowie
    • "Lifeline" - Papa Roach
    • "Lips Of An Angel" - Hinder
    • "Love is A Battlefield" - Pat Benetar
    • "Love Story" - Taylor Swift
    • "Na
  • taylorleetaylorlee Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    EH WHY THE HELL DOES BAND/GUITAR HERO GET MORE ANGELS & AIRWAVES?

    Wasn't The Adventure supposedly leaked via PSP files from Rock Band: Unplugged? Why do we not have it (or the accompanying Green Day songs) yet?

    I really hate to say it, but Band Hero's setlist is (in my eyes) better than LEGO: Rock Band. I even like the DS Version more (even though it's a ton of RB repeats, but they are still better than a majority of the LEGO: Rock Band setlist).

    Edit: I also noticed that the export for Band Hero, for about 24 more songs, is four bucks cheaper than Lego: Rock Band's export. HILARIOUS!
  • GoatbusterGoatbuster Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    Well, Neversoft will just ruin Band Hero, so no matter how good the setlist is (which it even isn't), the game would be ruined by the atrocious charting and gameplay. LEGO: RB is awesome until it hits the 00's, then it's REALLY hit or miss.
  • TrogdonTrogdon Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    There are some songs in Lego I really like (the Final Countdown, Summer of '69, Swing Swing) but Band Hero has more that I like, and more songs in general.
  • ThunderCurlsThunderCurls Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    Goatbuster;3167797 said:
    Well, Neversoft will just ruin Band Hero, so no matter how good the setlist is (which it even isn't), the game would be ruined by the atrocious charting and gameplay. LEGO: RB is awesome until it hits the 00's, then it's REALLY hit or miss.
    haw haw haw

    good one
  • GoatbusterGoatbuster Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    ThunderCurls;3167941 said:
    haw haw haw

    good one
    Yeah, I love laughing at factual information, as well.
  • wildonriowildonrio Opening Act
    edited October 2009
    I found out the four songs that won't export from BH. They are

    "Beautiful Soul" by Jesse McCartney,
    "Like Whoa" by Aly and AJ,
    "Mr. Roboto" by Styx, and
    "So Yesterday" by Hilary Duff.
  • SojaSoja Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    wildonrio;3167997 said:
    I found out the four songs that won't export from BH. They are

    "Beautiful Soul" by Jesse McCartney,
    "Like Whoa" by Aly and AJ,
    "Mr. Roboto" by Styx, and
    "So Yesterday" by Hilary Duff.
    wow. three of those songs I pegged as having been laughable inclusions.

    Mr. Roboto is desirable however.
  • ThunderCurlsThunderCurls Road Warrior
    edited October 2009
    Goatbuster;3167995 said:
    Yeah, I love laughing at factual information, as well.
    Nothing is factual about what you said, it's all personal opinion.
  • A New Pyro FoolA New Pyro Fool Forum Comedian
    edited October 2009
    Anyone care to begin guessing the review scores for the two games?

    I believe that they're both going to average out at about 7.5 each.

    Band Hero:
    + Mostly exportable setlist for cheaper price than Lego: Rock Band
    + Import other tracks into the game
    + Continued tradition of mo-capping celebrities
    +/- Plays nicely on recycled GH5 engine
    +/- More of the same
    - Re-skinned GH5
    - Not all songs export (I want Mr. Roboto, dammit!)
    - May be too easy for hardcore fans of the series

    Lego: Rock Band (Pros):
    + Completely new experience (in Lego form!)
    + Fully exportable tracklist
    + David Bowie and Iggy Pop as mini-figs? Oh, Blur and Brian May too? Awesome!
    + Different themes for each song keeps the game interesting and unique
    + You can use (most) of your DLC from past games
    + Challenges up the replay value a tad bit
    + Fantastic customization options
    - No online play? Really?
    - Export cost to HD is more expensive than Band Hero's, yet you get less songs. LOLQUE?
    - Fact that you're playing a Lego game may detract from your feelings of being a rockstar
  • T-HybridT-Hybrid Washed Up
    edited October 2009
    My opinion remains the same as it was in the last ten Band Hero vs. LEGO threads.
  • TrogdonTrogdon Rising Star
    edited October 2009
    A New Pyro Fool;3168068 said:
    Anyone care to begin guessing the review scores for the two games?

    I believe that they're both going to average out at about 7.5 each.

    Band Hero:
    + Mostly exportable setlist for cheaper price than Lego: Rock Band
    + Import other tracks into the game
    + Continued tradition of mo-capping celebrities
    +/- Plays nicely on recycled GH5 engine
    +/- More of the same
    - Re-skinned GH5
    - Not all songs export (I want Mr. Roboto, dammit!)
    - May be too easy for hardcore fans of the series

    Lego: Rock Band (Pros):
    + Completely new experience (in Lego form!)
    + Fully exportable tracklist
    + David Bowie and Iggy Pop as mini-figs? Oh, Blur and Brian May too? Awesome!
    + Different themes for each song keeps the game interesting and unique
    + You can use (most) of your DLC from past games
    + Challenges up the replay value a tad bit
    + Fantastic customization options
    - No online play? Really?
    - Export cost to HD is more expensive than Band Hero's, yet you get less songs. LOLQUE?
    - Fact that you're playing a Lego game may detract from your feelings of being a rockstar
    Biased pros and cons
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