Ramirez16's Crack at a RB3 List

Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
edited May 2010 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Started this couple days ago when looking at the ones on the board already and decided it would be fun. Turned out to be harder than I expected balancing what I like with what others would and finding new lists everyday looking for ideas of who to put on the list and try not to take a same song (which was hard to do with finding a new one the last two days). I also wanted as many newcomers as I could get on there and I wanted to make it the most diverse I could. So here it is:

* = Artists new to Rock Band.
New Tracks (1st Edit)
New Tracks (2nd Edit)
Genres by kingtonyx

1960s (7 tracks)
Beach Boys* - Good Vibrations (1967, Pop-Rock)
Cream* - I Feel Free (1966, Classic Rock)
Elvis Presley* - Suspicious Minds (1969, Rock)
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (1968, Classic Rock)
Johnny Cash* - Jackson (Live: Folsom Prison Blues) (feat. June Carter*) (1968, Country)
Marvin Gaye* - Ain't No Mountain High Enough (feat. Tammi Terrell*) (1967, Pop-Rock)
The Temptations* - Ain't Too Proud To Beg (1966, Pop-Rock)

1970s (21 tracks)
Billy Joel* - Big Shot (1978, Pop-Rock)
Black Sabbath* - Black Sabbath (1970, Metal)
Blue Oyster Cult - Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll (1972, Classic Rock)
Boston - Don't Look Back (1978, Classic Rock)
The Clash - London Calling (1979, Punk)
Creedence Clearwater Revival* – Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (1970, Southern Rock)
Derek and The Dominoes* - Layla (1970, Classic Rock)
The Doors* - Roadhouse Blues (1970, Classic Rock)
Fleetwood Mac – The Chain (1977, Classic Rock)
Head East* - Never Been Any Reason (1975, Classic Rock)
John Travolta* and Olivia Newton-John* - Summer Nights (1978, Pop-Rock)
Lynyrd Skynyrd - That Smell (1977, Southern Rock)
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (1975, Classic Rock)
The Rolling Stones - Miss You (1978, Classic Rock)
The Sex Pistols* - God Save The Queen (1977, Punk)
Steve Miller Band - Jet Airliner (1977, Classic Rock)
The Stooges* - Loose
(1970, Punk)
Styx - Lorelei (1975, Classic Rock)
Supertramp* - Goodbye Stranger (1979, Prog)
The Who - Bargain (1971, Classic Rock)
ZZ Top* - Cheap Sunglasses (1979, Southern Rock)

1980s (20 tracks)
A-Ha* - Take On Me (1985, New Wave)
Aerosmith* - Love in an Elevator (1989, Classic Rock)
Bruce Springsteen* - Born In The U.S.A. (1984, Rock)
Bryan Adams - It's Only Love (feat. Tina Turner*) (1984, Rock)
Def Leppard* - Pour Some Sugar On Me (1987, Rock)
The Human League* - Don't You Want Me (1981, New Wave)
Iron Maiden - Die With Your Boots On (1983, Metal)
Journey - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1983, Rock)
Madonna* - Like A Virgin (1984, Pop-Rock)
Metallica - Seek & Destroy (1983, Metal)
Michael Jackson* - I Just Can't Stop Loving You (feat. Siedah Garrett) (1987, Pop-Rock)
Mötley Crüe - Home Sweet Home (1985, Metal)
N.W.A.* - Express Yourself (1988, Urban)
The Police - Don't Stand So Close To Me (1980, Pop-Rock)
Queensrÿche* - I Don't Believe In Love (1988, Prog)
The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio? (1980, Punk)
Rush - The Spirit of Radio (1980, Prog)
Simple Minds* - Don't You (Forget About Me) (1985, New Wave)
Skid Row* - Youth Gone Wild (1989, Metal)
Whitesnake* - Still of the Night (1987, Metal)

1990s (20 tracks)
Alice In Chains - What The Hell Have I (1993, Grunge)
Black Crowes* - Remedy (1992, Classic Rock)
Duran Duran - Ordinary World (1993, New Wave)
Garth Brooks* - Friends in Low Places (1990, Country)
Guns N' Roses - Civil War (1991, Rock)
Ice Cube* - It Was A Good Day (1992, Urban)
Kiss - God Gave Rock 'N Roll To You II (1992, Classic Rock)
Korn - Falling Away From Me (1999, Nu-Metal)
Matchbox Twenty* - Push (1996, Alternative)
Megadeth - Symphony Of Destruction (1992, Metal)
Nirvana - The Man Who Sold The World (Live From MTV Unplugged) (1994, Grunge)
Ozzy Osbourne* - Walk On Water (1996, Metal)
Pantera* - Cemetery Gates (1990, Metal)
Pearl Jam - Rearviewmirror (1993, Grunge)
Primus* - Jerry Was A Race Car Driver (1991, Alternative)
Stone Temple Pilots - Plush (1992, Grunge)
Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros (1991, Alternative)
Temple of the Dog* - Hungerstrike (1991, Grunge)
U2* - Mysterious Ways (1991, Alternative)
White Zombie - Thunder Kiss '65 (1992, Metal)

2000s (24 tracks)
Alexisonfire* - Born and Raised (2009, Punk)
Arcade Fire* - Keep The Car Running (2007, Indie Rock)
Arctic Monkeys* - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (2006, Alternative)
Blink-182 - Stay Together For The Kids (2001, Punk)
The Bravery* - An Honest Mistake (2005, Alternative)
Bon Jovi - It's My Life (2000, Rock)
Bullet For My Valentine - Tears Don't Fall (2006, Metal)
Coldplay* - Lost! (2008, Alternative)
The Darkness* - I Believe In A Thing Called Love (2003, Glam)
Death Cab For Cutie* - Soul Meets Body (2005, Alternative)
Editors* - Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors (2007, Alternative)
Eminem* - Beautiful (2009, Urban)
Foo Fighters - Cheer Up Boys (Your Make Up Is Running) (2007, Alternative)
Grizzly Bear* - Two Weeks (2009, Indie Rock)
Jay-Z* and Linkin Park - Jigga What/Faint (2004, Nu-Metal)
The Killers - Joy Ride (2008, Alternative)
My Chemical Romance* - The End./Dead! (2006, Alternative)
New Found Glory* - Stay (I Missed You) (feat. Lisa Loeb*) (2007, Pop-Rock)
Paramore - Decode (2008, Pop-Rock)
Protest The Hero* - Sequoia Throne (2008, Metal)
Slipknot - Dead Memories (2008, Nu-Metal)
Taylor Swift* - Our Song (2006, Country)
Them Crooked Vultures - Mind Eraser, No Chaser (2009, Rock)
The Ting Tings* - That's Not My Name (2008, Pop-Rock)

2010s (6 tracks)
Andrew W.K.* - I'm A Vagabond (2010, Rock)
Band of Horses* - Compliments (2010, Indie Rock)
The Dead Weather - Die By The Drop (2010, Alternative)
Gorillaz - Stylo (2010, Alternative)
Lady Antebellum* - Need You Now (2010, Country)
MGMT* - Flash Delirium (2010, Indie Rock)

Edit (4/15/10): Exchanged some tracks and added twelve extra.

1960s
Sly & The Family Stone* - Everyday People

1970s
David Bowie - Rebel Rebel
The Hollies* - Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress)

1980s
The Jacksons* - State Of Shock (feat. Mick Jagger)
My Bloody Valentine* - Feed Me With Your Kiss
Sammy Hagar* - I Can't Drive 55

1990s
Marilyn Manson - The Beautiful People

2000s
Adam Lambert* - Whataya Want From Me
Kanye West* - Homecoming (feat. Chris Martin*)
Lady Gaga - Telephone (feat. Beyoncé*)
Edit (4/19/10): Change some tracks with same artists (and Ice Cube for Run-D.M.C.) and removed twelve tracks

1960s
Deep Purple - Hush (1968, Classic Rock)
The Kinks* - All Day and All of the Night (1964, Pop-Rock)

1970s
Elton John - Tiny Dancer (1971, Classic Rock)
Heart* - Crazy On You (1976, Classic Rock)
Todd Rundgren* - I Saw the Light (1972, Pop-Rock)

1980s
Don Henley* - The Boys Of Summer (1984, Rock)
The Outfield* - Your Love (1985, Rock)
Run-D.M.C.* - My Adidas (1986, Urban)

1990s
Eminem* - Guilty Conscience (feat. Dr. Dre*) (1999, Urban)
Goo Goo Dolls* - Iris (1998, Alternative)
Seal* - Kiss From A Rose (1994, Pop-Rock)
Smashing Pumpkins - The End is the Beginning is the End (1997, Alternative)

2000s
Limp Bizkit - My Way (2000, Nu-Metal)
Metallica - All Nightmare Long (2008, Metal)

2010s
Coheed and Cambria - Here We Are Juggernaut (2010, Prog)
HIM - Scared to Death (2010, Alternative)

for

1980s
Metallica - Seek & Destroy (1983, Metal)

1990s
Ice Cube* - It Was A Good Day (1992, Urban)
Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros (1991, Alternative)

2000s
Eminem* - Beautiful (2009, Urban)

Comments

  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    Very cool list, I'd definitely be excited if this was the real RB3 list :D
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    kingtonyx;3632777 said:
    Very cool list, I'd definitely be excited if this was the real RB3 list :D
    Thank you very much. I've been waiting for a response. :D
  • TheKrazyKatzzzTheKrazyKatzzz Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    [QUOTE=Ramirez16;3631891]
    2000s (22 tracks)
    Adam Lambert* - Whataya Want From Me
    Jay-Z* and Linkin Park - Jigga What/Faint
    Kanye West* - Homecoming (feat. Chris Martin*)
    Lady Gaga - Telephone (feat. Beyonc
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    TheKrazyKatzzz;3632983 said:
    I don't really like these for the 00s. These would be fine for DLC, but shouldn't be on a disc.
    Yeah it was hard for me to put a lot of bands hat I didn't really care for on the list. The first resulted in me putting new tracks from older bands on list then I decided not to do that and I guess resulted in more pop tracks. I'll see what I can do though.
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited April 2010
    Okay list, but the 2000s are a little pop heavy.

    Also, I see little punk and indie rock.

    Aside from the 80s, there isn't a lot of (non nu-metal) metal.
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Exchanged some tracks and added twelve extra.

    1960s
    Deep Purple - Hush
    The Kinks* - All Day and All of the Night

    1970s
    Black Sabbath* - Black Sabbath
    Blue Oyster Cult - Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll
    Head East* - Never Been Any Reason
    Steve Miller Band - Jet Airliner
    The Stooges* - Loose

    1980s
    Aerosmith* - Love in the Elevator
    Michael Jackson* - I Just Can't Stop Loving You (feat. Siedah Garrett*)
    Queensrÿche* - I Don't Believe In Love
    The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?

    1990s
    Megadeth - Symphony Of Destruction
    Primus - Jerry Was A Race Car Driver
    Temple of the Dog* - Hungerstrike
    White Zombie - Thunder Kiss '65

    2000s
    Bullet For My Valentine - Tears Don't Fall
    Editors* - Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors
    Grizzly Bear* - Two Weeks
    HIM - Scared to Death
    Metallica - All Nightmare Long
    Them Crooked Vultures - Mind Eraser, No Chaser

    2010s

    Band of Horses* - Compliments

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    1960s
    Sly & The Family Stone* - Everyday People

    1970s
    David Bowie - Rebel Rebel
    The Hollies* - Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress)

    1980s
    The Jacksons* - State Of Shock (feat. Mick Jagger)
    My Bloody Valentine* - Feed Me With Your Kiss
    Sammy Hagar* - I Can't Drive 55

    1990s
    Marilyn Manson - The Beautiful People

    2000s
    Adam Lambert* - Whataya Want From Me
    Kanye West* - Homecoming (feat. Chris Martin*)
    Lady Gaga - Telephone (feat. Beyoncé*)
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    Nice, some good new additions :)
  • D1sturb3dD1sturb3d Opening Act
    edited April 2010
    i would much appreciate ONE Disturbed or Metallica song if that isnt too much to ask for
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Ramirez16;3631891 said:

    Metallica - All Nightmare Long
    D1sturb3d;3636252 said:
    i would much appreciate ONE Disturbed or Metallica song if that isnt too much to ask for
    I do have a Metallica track on the list...
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
  • hiimSMAPhiimSMAP Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    I like that setlist a lot. I think replacing Taylor Swift might be a good idea, she would definitely be DLC. Prehaps with Weezer maybe?
    Here We are Juggernaut will be DLC too. Love the variety here, especially the Lady Antebellum.
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    hiimSMAP;3638141 said:
    I like that setlist a lot. I think replacing Taylor Swift might be a good idea, she would definitely be DLC. Prehaps with Weezer maybe?
    Here We are Juggernaut will be DLC too. Love the variety here, especially the Lady Antebellum.
    Thank you very much, that's what I was really going for. I'm planning on replacing Here We are Juggernaut but still not sure about Our Song.

    Well with Here We are Juggernaut be released next week it will be taken off the list but what 14 other tracks should be taken off the list and released as DLC. I'm guessing Our Song will be on must lists but I just what suggestions on how to cut the list to a more realistic 95 tracks on disc.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    NO, for the sake of balance the Taylor Swift song must stay.

    Also 98 is a more realistic number :p I think from here on out, Rock Band disc setlists will come in multiples of 7
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    TOTAL - 126
    Alternative - 13
    Classic Rock - 18
    Country - 4
    Emo - 1
    Glam - 1
    Grunge - 5
    Indie Rock - 4
    Metal - 12
    New Wave - 4
    Nu-Metal - 4
    Pop-Rock - 16
    Prog - 3
    Punk - 6
    Rock - 13
    Southern Rock - 3
    Urban - 3
  • TheKrazyKatzzzTheKrazyKatzzz Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    kingtonyx;3638494 said:
    NO, for the sake of balance the Taylor Swift song must stay.

    Also 98 is a more realistic number :p I think from here on out, Rock Band disc setlists will come in multiples of 7

    There are other modern country artists other than Taylor Swift with female vocals. I for one would rather have Neko Case, her song that was DLC was great.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    I love Neko Case as much as anyone, but Taylor Swift would sell copies.
  • robbieconrobbiecon Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Yeah good list. It'd be worth a first day purchase if that was the setlist.
  • TheKrazyKatzzzTheKrazyKatzzz Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    kingtonyx;3638641 said:
    I love Neko Case as much as anyone, but Taylor Swift would sell copies.

    But if people wanted Taylor Swift, they'd get GH5. Not gonna argue it though, just saying.
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    kingtonyx;3638494 said:
    NO, for the sake of balance the Taylor Swift song must stay.

    Also 98 is a more realistic number :p I think from here on out, Rock Band disc setlists will come in multiples of 7
    THANK YOU. Someone who feels the same way.
    kingtonyx;3638556 said:
    TOTAL - 110
    Alternative - 13
    Classic Rock - 18
    Country - 4
    Emo - 1
    Glam - 1
    Grunge - 5
    Indie Rock - 4
    Metal - 12
    New Wave - 4
    Nu-Metal - 4
    Pop-Rock - 16
    Prog - 3
    Punk - 6
    Rock - 13
    Southern Rock - 3
    Urban - 3
    Fixed. Thanks alot I kept on wanting to do this but forgot.
    robbiecon;3638654 said:
    Yeah good list. It'd be worth a first day purchase if that was the setlist.
    Thank you very much
    TheKrazyKatzzz;3638824 said:
    But if people wanted Taylor Swift, they'd get Band Hero. Not gonna argue it though, just saying.
    Fixed
  • TheKrazyKatzzzTheKrazyKatzzz Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Ramirez16;3639474 said:


    Fixed

    My bad, get those confused sometimes.
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    kingtonyx;3638556 said:
    TOTAL - 126
    Alternative - 13
    Classic Rock - 18
    Country - 4
    Emo - 1
    Glam - 1
    Grunge - 5
    Indie Rock - 4
    Metal - 12
    New Wave - 4
    Nu-Metal - 4
    Pop-Rock - 16
    Prog - 3
    Punk - 6
    Rock - 13
    Southern Rock - 3
    Urban - 3
    I just went through the list to see what you labeled what it's not really adding up. Do you remember what was what?
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    gimme a minute, I'll see if I can do it again... some are on the fence between two genres though so the totals might come out different this time :)
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    1960s (9 tracks)
    Beach Boys - Good Vibrations (Pop-Rock)
    Cream - I Feel Free (Classic Rock)
    Deep Purple - Hush (Classic Rock)
    Elvis Presley* - Suspicious Minds (Rock)
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (Classic Rock)
    Johnny Cash* - Jackson (Live: Folsom Prison Blues) (feat. June Carter*) (Country)
    The Kinks* - All Day and All of the Night (Pop-Rock)
    Marvin Gaye* - Ain't No Mountain High Enough (feat. Tammi Terrell*) (Pop-Rock)
    The Temptations* - Aint Too Proud To Beg (Pop-Rock)

    1970s (24 tracks)
    Billy Joel* - Big Shot (Pop-Rock)
    Black Sabbath* - Black Sabbath (Metal)
    Blue Oyster Cult - Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll (Classic Rock)
    Boston - Don't Look Back (Classic Rock)
    The Clash - London Calling (Punk)
    Creedence Clearwater Revival* – Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (Southern Rock)
    Derek and The Dominoes* - Layla (Classic Rock)
    The Doors* - Roadhouse Blues (Classic Rock)
    Elton John - Tiny Dancer (Classic Rock)
    Fleetwood Mac – The Chain (Classic Rock)
    Head East* - Never Been Any Reason (Classic Rock)
    Heart* - Crazy On You (Classic Rock)
    John Travolta* and Olivia Newton-John* - Summer Nights (Pop-Rock)
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - That Smell (Southern Rock)
    Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (Classic Rock)
    The Rolling Stones - Miss You (Classic Rock)
    The Sex Pistols* - God Save The Queen (Punk)
    Steve Miller Band - Jet Airliner (Classic Rock)
    The Stooges* - Loose (Punk)
    Styx - Lorelei (Prog)
    Supertramp* - Goodbye Stranger (Prog)
    Todd Rundgren* - I Saw the Light (Pop-Rock)
    The Who - Bargain (Classic Rock)
    ZZ Top* - Cheap Sunglasses (Southern Rock)

    1980s (22 tracks)
    A-Ha* - Take On Me (New Wave)
    Aerosmith* - Love in the Elevator (Classic Rock)
    Bruce Springsteen* - Born In The U.S.A. (Rock)
    Bryan Adams - It's Only Love (feat. Tina Turner*) (Rock)
    Def Leppard* - Pour Some Sugar On Me (Rock)
    Don Henley* - The Boys Of Summer (Rock)
    The Human League* - Don't You Want Me (New Wave)
    Iron Maiden - Die With Your Boots On (Metal)
    Journey - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (Rock)
    Madonna* - Like A Virgin (Pop-Rock)
    Michael Jackson* - I Just Can't Stop Loving You (feat. Siedah Garrett) (Pop-Rock)
    Mötley Crüe - Home Sweet Home (Metal)
    N.W.A.* - Express Yourself (Urban)
    The Outfield* - Your Love (Rock)
    The Police - Don't Stand So Close To Me (Pop-Rock)
    Queensrÿche* - I Don't Believe In Love (Prog)
    The Ramones - Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio? (Punk)
    Run-D.M.C.* - My Adidas (Urban)
    Rush - Spirit of Radio (Prog)
    Simple Minds* - Don't You (Forget About Me) (New Wave)
    Skid Row* - Youth Gone Wild (Metal)
    Whitesnake* - Still of the Night (Metal)

    1990s (23 tracks)
    Alice In Chains - What The Hell Have I (Grunge)
    Blink-182 - Stay Together For The Kids (Punk)
    Black Crowes* - Remedy (Rock)
    Duran Duran - Ordinary World (New Wave)
    Eminem* - Guilty Conscience (feat. Dr. Dre*) (Urban)
    Garth Brooks* - Friends in Low Places (Country)
    Goo Goo Dolls* - Iris (Alternative)
    Guns N' Roses - Civil War (Rock)
    Kiss - God Gave Rock 'N Roll To You II (Classic Rock)
    Korn - Falling Away From Me (Nu-Metal)
    Matchbox Twenty* - Push (Alternative)
    Megadeth - Symphony Of Destruction (Metal)
    Nirvana - The Man Who Sold The World (Live From MTV Unplugged) (Grunge)
    Ozzy Osbourne* - Walk On Water (Metal)
    Pantera* - Cemetery Gates (Metal)
    Pearl Jam - Rearviewmirror (Grunge)
    Primus - Jerry Was A Race Car Driver (Alternative)
    Seal* - Kiss From A Rose (Pop-Rock)
    Smashing Pumpkins - The End is the Beginning is the End (Alternative)
    Stone Temple Pilots - Plush (Grunge)
    Temple of the Dog* - Hungerstrike (Grunge)
    U2* - Mysterious Ways (Alternative)
    White Zombie - Thunder Kiss '65 (Metal)

    2000s (25 tracks)
    Alexisonfire* - Born and Raised (Punk)
    Arcade Fire* - Keep The Car Running (Indie Rock)
    Arctic Monkeys* - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (Alternative)
    The Bravery* - An Honest Mistake (Alternative)
    Bon Jovi - It's My Life (Rock)
    Bullet For My Valentine - Tears Don't Fall (Metal)
    Coldplay* - Lost! (Alternative)
    The Darkness* - I Believe In A Thing Called Love (Glam)
    Death Cab For Cutie* - Soul Meets Body (Alternative)
    Editors* - Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors (Alternative)
    Foo Fighters - Cheer Up Boys (Your Make Up Is Running) (Alternative)
    Grizzly Bear* - Two Weeks (Indie Rock)
    HIM - Scared to Death (Alternative)
    Jay-Z* and Linkin Park - Jigga What/Faint (Nu-Metal)
    The Killers - Joy Ride (Alternative)
    Limp Bizkit - My Way (Nu-Metal)
    Metallica - All Nightmare Long (Metal)
    My Chemical Romance* - The End./Dead! (Emo)
    New Found Glory* - Stay (I Missed You) (feat. Lisa Loeb*) (Pop-Rock)
    Paramore - Decode (Pop-Rock)
    Protest The Hero* - Sequoia Throne (Metal)
    Slipknot - Dead Memories (Nu-Metal)
    Taylor Swift* - Our Song (Country)
    Them Crooked Vultures - Mind Eraser, No Chaser (Rock)
    The Ting Tings* - That's Not My Name (Pop-Rock)

    2010s (7 tracks)
    Andrew W.K.* - I'm A Vagabond (Rock)
    Band of Horses* - Compliments (Indie Rock)
    Coheed and Cambria - Here We Are Juggernaut (Prog)
    The Dead Weather - Die By The Drop (Alternative)
    Gorillaz - Stylo (Alternative)
    Lady Antebellum* - Need You Now (Country)
    MGMT* - Flash Delirium (Indie Rock)
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Genres by kingtonyx (I changed some to go with the genres of the bands other tracks)

    Years added and moved a couple tracks around from being in different decades (Blink-182 and HIM).
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Edit (4/19/10): Change some tracks with same artists (and Ice Cube for Run-D.M.C.) and removed twelve tracks

    1960s
    Deep Purple - Hush (1968, Classic Rock)
    The Kinks* - All Day and All of the Night (1964, Pop-Rock)

    1970s
    Elton John - Tiny Dancer (1971, Classic Rock)
    Heart* - Crazy On You (1976, Classic Rock)
    Todd Rundgren* - I Saw the Light (1972, Pop-Rock)

    1980s
    Don Henley* - The Boys Of Summer (1984, Rock)
    The Outfield* - Your Love (1985, Rock)
    Run-D.M.C.* - My Adidas (1986, Urban)

    1990s
    Eminem* - Guilty Conscience (feat. Dr. Dre*) (1999, Urban)
    Goo Goo Dolls* - Iris (1998, Alternative)
    Seal* - Kiss From A Rose (1994, Pop-Rock)
    Smashing Pumpkins - The End is the Beginning is the End (1997, Alternative)

    2000s
    Limp Bizkit - My Way (2000, Nu-Metal)
    Metallica - All Nightmare Long (2008, Metal)

    2010s
    Coheed and Cambria - Here We Are Juggernaut (2010, Prog)
    HIM - Scared to Death (2010, Alternative)

    for

    1980s
    Metallica - Seek & Destroy (1983, Metal)

    1990s
    Ice Cube* - It Was A Good Day (1992, Urban)
    Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros (1991, Alternative)

    2000s
    Eminem* - Beautiful (2009, Urban)
    Reason for removing My Adidas and Guilty Conscience for It was a Good Day and Beautiful is that the latter have more guitar in them and more suitable for an on disc track than a dlc track.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited April 2010
    Those changes are fine. :)
  • Ramirez16Ramirez16 Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    Yeah didn't really want to but they made more sense.

    DLC thread coming up tonight or tomorrow.
  • PlutarchPlutarch Road Warrior
    edited April 2010
    You sir, win for putting "Civil War" on your list. That song would be unbelievably awesome. As a whole, I liked it very much.
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