S37's RB4 Setlist (Re-formmatted)

Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
edited March 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
I changed the format and a couple of songs, so the list should be a whole lot easier to read now. Please comment on it. If it is horrible I would like to know. I'd rather get negative comments than none at all. PLEASE :/

159 Songs


Guitar: 157 songs
Bass: 159 songs
Drums: 158 songs
Vocals: 158 songs
Harmonies: 144 songs
Keys: 136 songs


1950’s (8 Songs)

- Johnny B. Goode (1958) – Chuck Berry
G: 4 B: 1 D: 3 V: 4 K: 5 – (Classic Rock)

- Jailhouse Rock (1957) – Elvis Presley
G: 2 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Classic Rock)

- All I Have to Do Is Dream (1958) – The Everly Brothers
G: 2 B: 2 D: 0 V(H): 4 K: 1 – (Country)

- Everyday (1957) – Buddy Holly
G: 0 B: 0 D: 0 V: 2 K: 4 – (Classic Rock)

- Lollipop (1958) – Ronald & Ruby
G: 3 B: 1 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 1 – (Pop-Rock)

- Wallflower (Roll with Me Henry) (1955) – Etta James
B: 1 D: 1 V(H): 5 K: 6 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Only You (1955) – The Platters
G: 2 B: 1 D: 0 V(H): 6 K: 4 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Shout (1959) – The Isley Brothers
G: 1 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

1960’s (18 Songs)

- Honky Tonk Women (1969) – The Rolling Stones
G: 3 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- Respect (1965) – Aretha Franklin
G: 2 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Wouldn’t It Be Nice (1966) – The Beach Boys
G: 3 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 6 K: 4 – (Classic Rock)

- Happy Together (1967) – The Turtles
G: 3 B: 1 D: 2 V(H): 2 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Born To Be Wild (1968) – Steppenwolf
G: 3 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 5 – (Classic Rock)

- I’m A Believer (1966) – The Monkees
G: 2 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 1 K: 5 – (Classic Rock)

- The Kids Are All Right (1966) – The Who
G: 3 B: 2 D: 5 V(H): 3 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Venus (1969) – Shocking Blue
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 3 K: 3 – (Rock)

- Sweet Caroline (1969) – Neil Diamond
G: 3 B: 2 D: 1 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- I Got You, Babe (1965) – Sonny and Cher
G: 3 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 3 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Pushin’ Too Hard (1966) – The Seeds
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 0 K: 4 – (Punk)

- Red Rubber Ball (1966) – The Cyrkle
G: 2 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 1 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- All Tomorrow’s Parties (1966) – The Velvet Underground
G: 4 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 1 K: 6 – (New Wave)

- Sunshine of Your Love (1968) – Cream
G: 2 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 3 – (Classic Rock)

- House of the Rising Sun (1964) – The Animals
G: 4 B: 1 D: 4 V: 4 K: 6 – (Classic Rock)

- Last Kiss (1964) – J. Frank Wilson
G: 3 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 4 – (Classic Rock)

- Knights in White Satin (1967) – The Moody Blues
G: 3 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 1 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- For What It’s Worth (1967) – Buffalo Springfield
G: 2 B: 2 D: 1 V(H): 0 K: 1 – (Classic Rock)

1970’s (32 Songs)

- Gypsy (1970) – Uriah Heep
G: 5 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 2 – (Metal)

- Maggie May (1971) – Rod Stewart
G: 3 B: 3 D: 2 V: 3 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Baker Street (1978) – Gerry Rafferty
G: 2 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 0 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- Jet Airliner (1977) – Steve Miller Band
G: 3 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 3 – (Classic Rock)

- Dust in the Wind (1978) – Kansas
G: 4 B: 2 V(H): 4 K: 1 – (Progressive)

- Stairway to Heaven (1971) – Led Zeppelin
G: 5 B: 4 D: 3 V: 3 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Hey You (1979) – Pink Floyd
G: 4 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Progressive)

- Sweet Emotion (1975) – Aerosmith
G: 4 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 4 – (Rock)

- Layla (1970) – Derek and the Dominos
G: 5 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 1 K: 4 – (Classic Rock)

- What I Like About You (1979) – The Romantics
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 2 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Play That Funky Music (1975) – Wild Cherry
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 2 K: 3 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Hotel California (1976) – The Eagles
G: 5 B: 4 D: 1 V(H): 2 K: 1 – (Classic Rock)

- Superstition (1973) – Stevie Wonder
G: 3 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 6 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Dancing Queen (1976) – ABBA
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 5 – (Other [Disco])

- I Will Survive (1978) – Gloria Gaynor
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V: 4 K: 4 – (Other [Disco])

- Magic Man (1976) – Heart
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree (1973) – Dawn feat. Tony Orlando
G: 2 B: 0 D: 1 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Best of My Love (1977) – The Emotions
G: 2 B: 3 D: 0 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Brick House (1977) – The Commodores
G: 0 B: 4 D: 2 V(H): 3 K: 5 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) (1978) – Styx
G: 5 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 6 K: 6 – (Classic Rock)

- Le Freak (1979) – Chic
G: 2 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 3 – (Other [Disco])

- Iron Man (1976) – Black Sabbath
G: 4 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 0 – (Metal)

- Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll (1972) – Blue Oyster Cult
G: 5 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 1 K: 0 – (Classic Rock)

- Pictures of Home (1971) – Deep Purple
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- God Save the Queen (1977) – The Sex Pistols
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 2 – (Punk)

- Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (1970) – Creedence Clearwater Revival
G: 2 B: 4 D: 2 V: 3 K: 2 – (Southern Rock)

- Old Time Rock and Roll (1978) – Bob Seger
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 6 – (Classic Rock)

- Hot Child in the City (1978) – Nick Gilder
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (New Wave)

- Frankenstein (1973) – Edgar Winter Group
G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 K: 6 – (Jazz)

- Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight (1972) – James Taylor
G: 3 B: 2 D: 0 V: 5 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

- Hold the Line (1978) – Toto
G: 4 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 5 – (Pop-Rock)

- Lola (1970) – The Kinks
G: 4 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 1 K: 3 – (Classic Rock)

1980’s (37 Songs)

- Hello (1984) – Lionel Richie
G: 0 B: 2 D: 0 V: 5 K: 5 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) (1983) – Journey
G: 5 B: 5 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Classic Rock)

- New Year’s Day (1983) – U2
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (Alternative)

- Footloose (1982) – Kenny Loggins
G: 3 B: 4 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (1983) – Cyndi Lauper
G: 3 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Pop-Rock)

- Master of Puppets (1986) – Metallica
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V(H):3 – (Metal)

- Gloria (1982) – Laura Branigan
G: 1 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Upside Down (1980) – Diana Ross
G: 3 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Other [Disco])

- Runaway Boys (1981) – Stray Cats
G: 4 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 2 – (Jazz)

- King of Rock (1985) – Run DMC
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 2 – (Urban)

- Everybody Wants You (1982) – Billy Squier
G: 4 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 2 – (Rock)

- Take on Me (1984) – A-ha
G: 0 B: 1 D: 3 V(H): 6 K: 6 – (New Wave)

- Maneater (1982) – Hall & Oates
G: 1 B: 4 D: 2 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (New Wave)

- Heat of the Moment (1982) – Asia
G: 4 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Progressive)

- Thriller (1984) – Michael Jackson
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 6 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go – Wham!
G: 1 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (New Wave)

- Twilight Zone (1982) – Golden Earring
G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 V(H): 1 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Down Under (1981) – Men At Work
G: 3 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 5 – (New Wave)

- Girlfriend in A Coma (1987) – The Smiths
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V: 4 K: 2 – (Indie Rock)

- Radio GaGa (1989) – Queen
G: 3 B: 4 D: 5 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (New Wave)

- Jack and Diane (1982) – John Mellencamp
G: 3 B: 2 D: 1 V(H): 0 K: 0 – (Classic Rock)

- Lay It Down (1985) – Ratt
G: 6 B: 5 D: 3 V(H):4 – (Metal)

- Life in a Northern Town (1985) – The Dream Academy
G: 1 B: 1 D: 1 V(H): 6 K: 4 – (Indie Rock)

- Youth Gone Wild (1989) – Skid Row
G: 5 B: 5D: 4 V(H): 4 – (Metal)

- We’re Not Gonna Take It (1984) – Twisted Sister
G: 3 B: 4 D: 2 V(H): 1 K: 2 – (Glam)

- I Can’t Drive 55 (1985) – Sammy Hagar
G: 5 B: 4 D: 5 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Classic Rock)

- Angel of Death (1986) – Slayer
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V: 1 – (Metal)

- Owner of A Lonely Heart (1983) – Yes
G: 4 B: 4 D: 6 V(H): 6 K: 6 – (Progressive)

- Relax (1983) – Frankie Goes to Hollywood
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V: 4 K: 4 – (New Wave)

- Sharp Dressed Man (1983) – ZZ Top
G: 6 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 0 – (Southern Rock)

- Animal (1988) – Def Leppard
G: 4 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Metal)

- Dancing in the Dark (1984) – Bruce Springsteen
G: 2 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Classic Rock)

- Land of Confusion (1986) – Genesis
G: 4 B: 5 D: 5 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Progressive)

- Balls to the Wall (1983) – Accept
G: 5 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 5 – (Metal)

- Seventeen (1988) – Winger
G: 6 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 – (Metal)

- Turning Japanese (1980) – The Vapors
G: 4 B: 4 D: 5 V(H): 3 K: 2 – (New Wave)

- The Safety Dance (1982) – Men Without Hats
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 4 – (New Wave)

1990’s (31 Songs)

- It Was A Good Day (1993) – Ice Cube
G: 1 B: 4 D: 2 V(H): 3 K: 1 – (Urban)

- Something to Talk About (1991) – Bonnie Raitt
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (Blues)

- Come Undone (1993) – Duran Duran
G: 3 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- The Power (1990) – Snap!
G: 2 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 4 – (Urban)

- Well, Did You Evah! (1991) – Iggy Pop & Deborah Harry
G: 4 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 6 K: 3 – (Rock)

- 1979 (1996) – Smashing Pumpkins
G: 2 B: 2 D: 0 V(H): 0 K: 0 – (Alternative)

- Livin’ La Vida Loca (1999) – Ricky Martin
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Latin)

- Wannabe (1996) – Spice Girls
G: 2 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 6 K: 2 – (Pop-Rock)

- Vogue (1990) – Madonna
G: 1 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix) (1996) – Los del Rio
G: 2 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 3 K: 3 – (Latin)

- (Everything I Do) I Do It for You (1991) – Bryan Adams
G: 3 B: 2 D: 0 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Rock)

- Best I Can (1990) – Queensryche
G: 6 B: 5 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Alternative)

- Smooth (1997) – Santana feat. Rob Thomas
G: 6 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Rock)

- The Thunder Rolls (Live in Central Park) (1997) – Garth Brooks
G: 5 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 1 – (Country)

- …Baby One More Time (1998) – Britney Spears
G: 2 B: 2 D: 2 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Lack of Comprehension (1991) – Death
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V: 4 – (Metal)

- Roll the Bones (1991) – Rush
G: 4 B: 4 D: 5 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (Progressive)

- The Party Song (1999) – Blink-182
G: 3 B: 4 D: 5 V(H): 3 – (Punk)

- Larger Than Life (1999) – Backstreet Boys
G: 2 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Pop-Rock)

- Home [The Sleeper] Part 1 (1999) – Dream Theater
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Progressive)

- Surf Wax America (1994) – Weezer
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 – (Rock)

- Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch ‘Em All) (1999) – Jason Paige
G: 4 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 6 – (Rock)

- Heart Shaped Box (1993) – Nirvana
G: 3 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 2 – (Grunge)

- Friday I’m in Love (1992) – The Cure
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 2 K: 3 – (Alternative)

- Santeria (1996) – Sublime
G: 5 B: 4 D: 5 V: 4 – (Alternative)

- I Touch Myself (1990) – Divinyls
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H):4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Tubthumping (1997) – Chumbawamba
G: 3 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 0 K: 0 – (Punk)

- She Talks To Angels (1990) – The Black Crowes
G: 4 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 3 – (Blues)

- Freak on A Leash (1998) – Korn
G: 3 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 4 – (Nu-Metal)

- Unbelievable (1991) – EMF
G: 3 B: 1 D: 4 V(H): 6 K: 3 – (Pop-Rock)

- Cowboys from Hell (1990) – Pantera
G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 V(H): 4 – (Metal)

2000’s (27 Songs)

- Only (2005) – Nine Inch Nails
G: 3 B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 2 – (Alternative)

- Kids (2008) – MGMT
G: 2 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 2 K: 1 – (New Wave)

- It Wasn’t Me (2000) – Shaggy feat. RikRok
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 2 – (Urban)

- Teenage Dirtbag (2000) – Wheatus
G: 4 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 1 – (Pop-Rock)

- Drops of Jupiter (2001) – Train
G: 4 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 6 K: 2 – (Rock)

- Sk8er Boi (2002) – Avril Lavigne
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Speechless (2009) – Lady Gaga
G: 3 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 6 K: 5 – (Pop-Rock)

- Let It Rock (2008) – Kevin Rudolf feat. Lil’ Wayne
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 2 – (Pop-Rock)

- Get the Party Started (2001) – Pink
G: 2 B: 3 D: 1 V(H): 4 K: 0 – (Pop-Rock)

- Pillars of Serpents (2003) – Trivium
G: 6 B: 6 D: 6 V(H): 2 – (Metal)

- Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (2001) – Daft Punk
G: 3 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 3 K: 3 – (Other [Techno])

-Clocks (2002) - Coldplay
G: 1 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 5 - (Alternative)

- Dinosaurs Will Die (2000) – NOFX
G: 5 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 3 – (Punk)

- Party Like a Rockstar (2007) – Shop Boys
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 1 K: 3 – (Urban)

- New Born (2001) – Muse
G: 5 B: 5 D: 5 V(H): 4 K: 4 – (Alternative)

- Apologize (Only OneRepublic Version) (2006) – OneRepublic
G: 2 B: 3 D: 2 V(H): 5 K: 5 – (Pop-Rock)

- The Czar (2009) – Mastodon
G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 V(H): 6 K: 1 - (Metal)

- Waking Up in Vegas (2008) – Katy Perry
G: 3 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Parting of the Sensory (2007) - Modest Mouse
G: 4 B: 3 D: 5 V(H): 5 K: 1 – (Indie Rock)

- Believing in Nothing (2000) – Nevermore
G: 5 B: 6 D: 6 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Metal)

- Promiscuous (2006) – Nelly Furtado feat. Timbaland
B: 2 D: 4 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (R&B/Soul/Funk)

- Eat the Children (2007) – Otep
G: 6 B: 6 D: 5 V(H): 6 – (Metal)

- Hemorrhage (In My Hands) – Fuel
G: 5 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 3 K: 3 – (Rock)

- Can’t Stop (2002) – Red Hot Chili Peppers
G: 4 B: 3 D: 4 V(H): 4 – (Rock)

- Operate (2003) – Peaches
G: 2 B: 3 D: 1 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Rock)

- Anna Molly (2006) – Incubus
G: 5 B: 4 D: 4 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Alternative)

- Haven’t Met You Yet (2009) – Michael Buble
G: 3 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 6 K: 6 – (Jazz)


2010’s (5 Songs)

- The Saddest of All Keys (2011) – Tapes ‘N Tapes
G: 3 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 3 K: 1 – (Indie Rock)

- Your Love Is My Drug (2010) – Ke$ha
G: 0 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 4 – (Pop-Rock)

- Just a Dream (2010) – Nelly
G: 4 B: 3 D: 3 V(H): 4 K: 3 – (Urban)

- Love the Way the Lie (2010) – Eminem feat. Rihanna
G: 2 B: 2 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 2 – (Pop-Rock)

- Howlin’ For You (2010) – The Black Keys
G: 4 B: 4 D: 3 V(H): 5 K: 4 – (Rock)

DLC
Week 1! 13 RB4 Singles!
Week 2! Marilyn Manson, Steely Dan, Train!
Week 3! QOTSA, Nightwish, 3OH!3, Cage the Elephant!
Week 4! Reel Big Fish, Cake, Bruno Mars!
Week 5! Styx and Modest Mouse!
Week 6! Metal Singles!
Week 7! Mike Posner, Beach Boys, Journey, and more!
Week 8! Sade and U2!
Week 9! Garth Br**ks and Huey Lewis and the News.
Week 10! Jay-Z, KISS, System of a Down, and Dokken!
Week 11! The Lost Songs Pack!
Week 12! Billy Squier and Lady Gaga!
Week 13! Indie tracks & Modest Mouse!
Week 14! Christian and Punk Singles!
Week 15! Katy Perry, War, and Muse!
Week 16! Bullet for My Valentine, Staind, and RHCP!
Week 17! Smashing Pumpkins and MGMT!
Week 18! Classic Songs Singles!
Week 19! Women of Music!
Week 20!Daft Punk, Preistess, G 'N' R, and Dexy's Midnight Runners!
Week 21!Lil' Wayne, Scorpions, and Updated Singles!
Week 22!Weezer, Otep, and Psychostick!
Week 23!Coldplay and Ke$ha!
Week 24!Famous Covers 01!
Week 25!R&B/Pop Females and Prince!

Comments

  • metallica0688metallica0688 Opening Act
    edited February 2011
    Nice wide range of artist and introducing some new ones to the game . I would grab this on release :)

    Train
    Trivium
    Garth Brooks
    Bruce Springsteen
    ZZ Top
    Sammy Hagar
    U2
    Berry
    Elvis
  • emotigrowemotigrow Opening Act
    edited February 2011
    Good, Maybe A Few Changes Like:
    One by Metallica
    G: 6 B: 5 D: 5 V: 3 - (Metal)
    My Name Is Mud by Primus
    G: 1 B: 3 D: 2 V: 0 - (Alternative)
    The Spirit Of Radio by Rush
    G: 6 B: 4 D: 6 V: 4 K: 4 - (Progressive)
    Brianstorm by Arctic Monkeys
    G: 4 B: 2 D: 6 V(H): 5 - (Alternative)
    Bullet With Butterfly Wings by The Smashing Pumpkins
    G: 3 B: 2 D: 5 V: 1 - (Alternative)
    Learning To Live by Dream Theater
    G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 V: 5 K: 6 - (Progressive)
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Out of all of these songs, I like 40. (I won't mention which.) That's like 1/4 of this setlist, but since everyone has different tastes I can't argue. For some of the bands I want different songs, but still this is your list.
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    metallica0688;4287783 said:
    Nice wide range of artist and introducing some new ones to the game . I would grab this on release :)

    Train
    Trivium
    Garth Brooks
    Bruce Springsteen
    ZZ Top
    Sammy Hagar
    U2
    Berry
    Elvis
    Great, thanks for your opinion :)
    emotigrow;4287926 said:
    Good, Maybe A Few Changes Like:
    One by Metallica
    G: 6 B: 5 D: 5 V: 3 - (Metal)
    My Name Is Mud by Primus
    G: 1 B: 3 D: 2 V: 0 - (Alternative)
    The Spirit Of Radio by Rush
    G: 6 B: 4 D: 6 V: 4 K: 4 - (Progressive)
    Brianstorm by Arctic Monkeys
    G: 4 B: 2 D: 6 V(H): 5 - (Alternative)
    Bullet With Butterfly Wings by The Smashing Pumpkins
    G: 3 B: 2 D: 5 V: 1 - (Alternative)
    Learning To Live by Dream Theater
    G: 6 B: 5 D: 6 V: 5 K: 6 - (Progressive)
    Sure. I'm open for suggestions. Especially for metal and prog bands, if you think a song would be better on this list.
    DanManRocker;4288163 said:
    Out of all of these songs, I like 40. (I won't mention which.) That's like 1/4 of this setlist, but since everyone has different tastes I can't argue. For some of the bands I want different songs, but still this is your list.

    Well, I'm glad that you like some of it. As far as song suggestions go, if there are others you would prefer, I'd be willing to look into them and change them.
  • metallica0688metallica0688 Opening Act
    edited February 2011
    Scythemaster 37;4288349 said:
    Great, thanks for your opinion :)



    Sure. I'm open for suggestions. Especially for metal and prog bands, if you think a song would be better on this list.



    Well, I'm glad that you like some of it. As far as song suggestions go, if there are others you would prefer, I'd be willing to look into them and change them.
    Well I would agree with the Primus -My Name is Mudd would be a better choice to give a nice song for the Bassist .

    Master of Puppets is fine by me this is one of them that is more a choice of preference to which Metallica song you like best so only going to please a few . If you change it to One then some will re-post the need to change it back or should be Fade To Black or Whiplash or Creeping Death .

    Spirit of the Radio or Freewill would be a more known choice for Rush but the song you got is also nice deep cut for them .
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    metallica0688;4288622 said:
    Well I would agree with the Primus -My Name is Mudd would be a better choice to give a nice song for the Bassist .

    Master of Puppets is fine by me this is one of them that is more a choice of preference to which Metallica song you like best so only going to please a few . If you change it to One then some will re-post the need to change it back or should be Fade To Black or Whiplash or Creeping Death .

    Spirit of the Radio or Freewill would be a more known choice for Rush but the song you got is also nice deep cut for them .

    Ok, well I can add Primus and change the Dream Theater song. Any metal band other than the very popular ones, I'm clueless about. I only researched songs and listened and added them. So any songs that anyone may have a reason to change, just give me the suggestion(s) and I'll look into it :)

    - EDIT -

    I added the Primus song, changed the Dream Theater, and changed the genres of the Ke$ha song and the Backstreet Boys song to Dance/Elecronica/Pop because I noticed the new genre while playing Rock Band today.
  • I_Love_YouI_Love_You Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    My God it's so long I have no idea where to begin... It's definitely too long to be particularly feasible, but who cares :)

    I've read through the 70's so far, and love it all for the most part. I have some issue with Dust in the Wind though, isn't it missing drums and bass? I suppose some songs can be missing parts...

    Would probably pick a different Blue Oyster Cult and Styx song, but that's pretty subjective.

    Reading through, there were tons of songs that I just got a big smile being included and that I'd love to play.

    Only thing is (and I hate to be that guy), it doesn't feel like there' much metal. It certainly shouldn't dominate the setlist, but I think it could use some more classic metal (stuff from the 70's say) to balance it out a bit more.
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    I_Love_You;4288920 said:
    My God it's so long I have no idea where to begin... It's definitely too long to be particularly feasible, but who cares :)

    I've read through the 70's so far, and love it all for the most part. I have some issue with Dust in the Wind though, isn't it missing drums and bass? I suppose some songs can be missing parts...

    Would probably pick a different Blue Oyster Cult and Styx song, but that's pretty subjective.

    Reading through, there were tons of songs that I just got a big smile being included and that I'd love to play.

    Only thing is (and I hate to be that guy), it doesn't feel like there' much metal. It certainly shouldn't dominate the setlist, but I think it could use some more classic metal (stuff from the 70's say) to balance it out a bit more.

    Yes, I'm sorry for the lack of metal, but, like I have said many times, I am completely open to suggestions :)

    As far as feasibility, I'm not Harmonix, so I don't have to worry about that :D

    The Styx song would be amazing on everything in my opinion, but if it were up to me, Rock Band would have released the Styx Greatest Hits album at RB3's release :D And I've always liked that BOC song since GHIII. I haven't even played GH at all after GHIII because it sucks, haha.

    Dust in the Wind is PURELY for my vocal fun :)

    - EDIT -

    Dust in the Wind is only missing drums. If you listen hard enough, you can here a very boring bass line. Wallflower (Roll With Me Henry) and Promiscuous are both missing Guitar parts, and Frankenstein is missing vocals (of course). So there are missing parts in some songs.
  • metallica0688metallica0688 Opening Act
    edited February 2011
    I_Love_You;4288920 said:
    My God it's so long I have no idea where to begin... It's definitely too long to be particularly feasible, but who cares :)

    I've read through the 70's so far, and love it all for the most part. I have some issue with Dust in the Wind though, isn't it missing drums and bass? I suppose some songs can be missing parts...

    Would probably pick a different Blue Oyster Cult and Styx song, but that's pretty subjective.

    Reading through, there were tons of songs that I just got a big smile being included and that I'd love to play.

    Only thing is (and I hate to be that guy), it doesn't feel like there' much metal. It certainly shouldn't dominate the setlist, but I think it could use some more classic metal (stuff from the 70's say) to balance it out a bit more.

    I think we have quite a bit of Metal already in the game between the RBN & DLC . Plus look we have 2 Judas Priest albums , 1 Motley Crue , 2 Megadeth , and 1 for Pantera .

    So if this game RB4 only had a few Metal songs in it I don't think too many would care considering that it is adding in a of other Music Artist from the earlier decades .

    I'm sure that if this was the case that HMX would likely make the DLC right after this be some sort of a Metal pack and possibly an album of one likely epic one say Metallica (Master of Puppet) or could it be Guns N' Roses (Appetite for Destruction ) . Either one especially the latter would appease the Metalheads for the disc being with out a big Metal showing .
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Also, as a personal taste, I don't listen to much metal, so that probably has a lot to do with my lack of metal on this list.
  • I_Love_YouI_Love_You Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    metallica0688;4288953 said:
    I think we quite a bit of Metal already in the game between the RBN & DLC . Plus look we have 2 Judas Priest albums , 1 Motley Crue , 2 Megadeth , and 1 for Pantera .

    So if this game RB4 only had a few Metal songs in it I don't think too many would care considering that it is adding in a of other Music Artist from the earlier decades .

    I'm sure that if this was the case that HMX would likely make the DLC right after this be some sort of a Metal pack and possibly an album of one likely epic one say Metallica (Master of Puppet) or could it be Guns N' Roses (Appetite for Destruction ) . Either one especially the latter would appease the Metalheads for the disc being with out a big Metal showing .

    I think Rock Band 3 kind of disproved that.
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    @ I_Love_You: When you finish reading the list, give me your opinion :)
  • metallica0688metallica0688 Opening Act
    edited February 2011
    I_Love_You;4288970 said:
    I think Rock Band 3 kind of disproved that.

    They didn't introduce much Metal after the release of RB3 as the (New) instrument the Keyboard and Harmonies so HMX was going for more songs that had one of these aspects in them .

    Now if this would be the setlist for RB4 and there is no new instrument which could be Rhythm/Duel Lead guitars possibly ?

    Then I could see them have a month say of solid Metal packs or release say a couple of Metal albums right after the release like I said early post of some very Big Metal artist .
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    I changed the Trivium song due to a request and I changed Airplanes because it looks like it will be DLC soon...
  • csymtyrcsymtyr Unsigned
    edited February 2011
    Scythemaster 37;4291173 said:
    I changed the Trivium song due to a request and I changed Airplanes because it looks like it will be DLC soon...
    Airplanes DID become DLC!
    I really love how this seems to be the most variety in a setlist I've read thus far. Keep it up! Dust in the Wind would be an awesome addition. They've got to add more Modest Mouse, Marilyn Manson, and some James Taylor would be EPIC, IMO...haha.
    I give this setlist two paws up.



    Too many happy smileys I shall introduce new smiley...
    *vomit smiley*
    yeah..
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    csymtyr;4308795 said:
    Airplanes DID become DLC!
    I really love how this seems to be the most variety in a setlist I've read thus far. Keep it up! Dust in the Wind would be an awesome addition. They've got to add more Modest Mouse, Marilyn Manson, and some James Taylor would be EPIC, IMO...haha.
    I give this setlist two paws up.



    Too many happy smileys I shall introduce new smiley...
    *vomit smiley*
    yeah..

    I know that now, haha.

    I thought about editing this post and adding youtube links, but I am not allowed to edit anything right now because the forums are broken, so ugh :/
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited March 2011
    Because "Personal Jesus" is going to be DLC, I changed the songs choice from it to "Radio GaGa" by Queen.

    I also added the weeks of DLC
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited March 2011
    It's a great setlist overall, if a bit long. I love how much classic pop and Motown you have on there, though it starts to fall short into the 90's and 00's; too much dance pop and a lack of indie could be the problem (personally I don't like indie, but it's still a respectable genre).

    If you want metal help, can't go wrong with Rainbow, Dio, Motörhead or Maiden (even though I'd prefer Maiden with another best-of pack instead). I have to commend you on your Ratt and Skid Row choices though. It could be risky, but you may want to consider Dokken, Scorpions or Accept.
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited March 2011
    Accept is on here; "Balls to the Wall". I released "Alone Again" as DLC for Dokken. Scorpions will be DLC
  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited March 2011
    Great setlist. A lot of the stuff that was missing in the setlist itself was in the downloadable content section, so you're forgiven for not including Cake in the main setlist. I would have prefered less metal and more classic rock or pop, but still 8/10. I would have given you 9/10, but the complete absence of the Barenaked Ladies made me remove one mark.
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