DanManRocker's ROCK BAND 4 SETLIST #2

DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
edited April 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Yes, I'm making another, after at least three months past by. This one changed because DLC took four of my songs I had, which were Numb, Ziggy, London Calling, and Through The Fire And The Flames.

So hold on tight, because this is so far the hugest I've created.

I put the songs in decades and "rank".

No, I will not include pro stuff this time sorry, nor DLC. :(

50s:

Solid:

Tequila by The Champs (Instrumental Rock)
(G: 4 V: 0 B: 3 D: 0 K: 4)
Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley (Classic Rock)
(G: 4 V: 0 B: 2 D: 1 K: 4)

Moderate:

Rock Around The Clock by Bill Haley and His Comets (Classic Rock)
(G: 4 V: 3 B: 3 D: 2 K: 2)
Johnny Be Goode by Chuck Berry (Classic Rock)
(G: 6 V: 3 B: 2 D: 0 K: 6)
Tutti Frutti by Little Richard (Classic Rock)
(G: 4 V: 1 B: 3 D: 2 K: 5)

60s:

Apprentice:

California Dreamin’ by The Mamas And The Papas (Folk Rock)
(G: 2 V(H): 2 B: 2 D: 1 K: 2)
Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond (Pop)
(G: 0 V(H): 3 B: 1 D: 1 K: 3)

Solid:

Hooked On A Feeling by Blue Swede (Pop)
(G: 3 V(H): 3 B: 2 D: 1 K: 1)
Do You Believe In Magic by The Lovin’ Spoonful (Rock)
(G: 3 V(H): 1 B: 2 D: 2 K: 0)
Wild Thing by The Troggs (Classic Rock)
(G: 2 V: 2 B: 2 D: 2 K: 2)

Moderate:

House of The Rising Sun by The Animals (Classic Rock)
(G: 5 V: 3 B: 1 D: 1 K: 6)
Soul Man by The Blues Bros. (Blues)
(G: 3 V(H): 3 B: 4 D: 3 K: 4)
Like A Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan (Classic Rock)
(G: 3 V: 3 B: 2 D: 3 K: 6)
White Room by Cream (Classic Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 2 B: 4 D: 4 K: 1)
Misirlou by Dick Dale And His Del-Tones (Classic Rock)
(G: 6 V(H): 1 B: 3 D: 5 K: 0)
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction by The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock)
(G: 3 V: 3 B: 2 D: 3 K: 0)

Challenging:

Surfin’ USA The Beach Boys (Classic Rock)
(G: 3 V(H): 3 B: 4 D: 4 K: 4)
Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf (Classic Rock)
(G: 5 V: 2 B: 5 D: 5 K: 4)

Impossible:

21st Century Schizoid Man by King Crimson (Progressive Rock)
(G: 6 V: 1 B: 6 D: 6 K: 6)

70s:

Warm-up:

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John (Rock)
(G: 1 V(H): 3 B: 0 D: 0 K: 2)

Apprentice:

Have You Ever Seen The Rain by Clearwater Creedence Revival (Classic Rock)
(G: 2 V: 2 B: 3 D: 0 K: 1)
Heart of Gold by Neil Young (Country)
(G: 3 V: 5 B: 1 D: 0 K: 0)

Solid:

Hold Your Head Up by Argent (Rock)
(G: 0 V: 4 B: 0 D: 1 K: 6)
Old Time Rock And Roll by Bob Seger (Rock)
(G: 2 V(H): 2 B: 2 D: 2 K: 3)
Hotel California by The Eagles (Classic Rock)
(G: 6 V(H): 0 B: 4 D: 1 K: 0)
Rock And Roll All Nite (Live) by KISS (Hard Rock)
(G: 4 V: 0 B: 3 D: 3 K: 0)

Moderate:

Respect by Aretha Franklin (Soul)
(G: 1 V(H): 6 B: 3 D: 3 K: 3)
Takin Care of Business by Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Classic Rock)
(G: 5 V: 2 B: 2 D: 2 K: 3)
Surrender by Cheap Trick (Hard Rock)
(G: 2 V: 3 B: 2 D: 3 K: 4)
Saturday In The Park by Chicago (Classic Rock)
(G: 1 V(H): 3 B: 2 D: 4 K: 5)
Starman by David Bowie (Glam Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 5 B: 2 D: 1 K: 2)
You’re The One That I Want by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John (Musical)
(G: 0 V(H): 5 B: 4 D: 1 K: 6)
Do You Remember Rock And Roll Radio by The Ramones (Punk Rock)
(G: 3 V: 5 B: 3 D: 2 K: 2)

Challenging:

Iron Man by Black Sabbath (Heavy Metal)
(G: 5 V: 1 B: 4 D: 6 K: 0)
Evil Woman by Electric Light Orchestra (Symphonic Rock)
(G: 3 V(H): 5 B: 3 D: 2 K: 6)
Light The Sky on Fire by Jefferson Starship (Rock)
(G: 6 V: 6 B: 3 D: 3 K: 4)
Get Down Tonight by KC & The Sunshine Band (R&B)
(G: 4 V: 5 B: 3 D: 3 K: 3)
Give Up The Funk by Parliament (R&B)
(G: 2 V(H): 6 B: 5 D: 3 K: 6)
Silly Love Songs by Paul McCaurtney And The Wings (Pop)
(G: 0 V(H): 1 B: 5 D: 3 K: 5)
It Don’t Come Easy by Ringo Starr (Pop)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 4 K: 4)
The Seeker by The Who (Hard Rock)
(G: 5 V: 4 B: 4 D: 3 K: 2)

Nightmare:

Barracuda By Heart (Hard Rock)
(G: 5 V: 5 B: 4 D: 4 K: 0)

Impossible:

Trampled Underfoot by Led Zeppelin (Heavy Metal)
(G: 5 V: 6 B: 6 D: 6 K: 4)
Call Me The Breeze by Lynyrd Skynyrd (Southern Rock)
(G: 6 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 4 K: 6)
Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf (Progressive Rock)
(G: 5 V(H): 6 B: 5 D: 4 K: 6)
Money by Pink Floyd (Progressive Rock)
(G: 5 V: 5 B: 6 D: 6 K: 4)

80s:

Warm-up:

It's Tricky by RUN-DMC (Rap-Rock)
(G: 0 V(H): 0 B: 0 D: 1 K: 0)

Apprentice:

I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers (Celtic Rock)
(G: 0 V(H): 5 B: 0 D: 1 K: 2)
She Blinded Me with Science by Thomas Dolby (New Age)
(G: 1 V(H): 1 B: 0 D: 1 K: 6)

Solid:

I Hate Myself For Loving You by Joan Jett (Punk)
(G: 4 V(H): 3 B: 0 D: 2 K: 2)
What I Like About You by The Romantics (New Wave)
(G: 4 V(H): 2 B: 3 D: 1 K: 0)

Moderate:

Love Shack by The B52s (New Wave)
(G: 3 V(H): 6 B: 3 D: 2 K: 3)
Karma Chameleon by Culture Club (New Wave)
(G: 3 V(H): 4 B: 3 D: 3 K: 3)
Got My Mind Set On You by George Harrison (Rock)
(G: 3 V(H): 5 B: 0 D: 2 K: 4)
Separate Ways (World Apart) by Journey (Hard Rock)
(G: 2 V(H): 3 B: 4 D: 3 K: 5)
Like A Virgin by Madonna (Pop)
(G: 3 V: 2 B: 3 D: 2 K: 6)
Say Say Say by Michael Jackson (Pop)
(G: 3 V(H): 6 B: 3 D: 0 K: 5)
Talk Dirty To Me by Poison (Heavy Metal)
(G: 5 V: 0 B: 3 D: 3 K: 0)
Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield (Rock)
(G: 5 V: 1 B: 2 D: 2 K: 3)
Africa by Toto (Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 4 B: 3 D: 0 K: 6)

Challenging:

Take On Me by a-ha (Pop)
(G: 4 V(H): 4 B: 3 D: 3 K: 6)
You’re The Best by Joe Esposito (Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 5 B: 3 D: 3 K: 5)
Burning For You by Blue Oyster Cult (Hard Rock)
(G: 6 V(H): 4 B: 4 D: 5 K: 3)
Living In America By James Brown (R&B)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 6 D: 1 K: 5)
Safety Dance by Men Without Hats (Synthpop)
(G: 2 V(H): 6 B: 3 D: 4 K: 6)
I Melt With You by Modern English (New Wave)
(G: 3 V: 1 B: 4 D: 5 K: 5)
Don’t You Forget About Me by Simple Minds (Pop)
(G: 3 V: 2 B: 4 D: 6 K: 5)
Mr. Roboto by Styx (Hard Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 5 B: 3 D: 4 K: 6)
I Wanna Rock by Twisted Sister (Heavy Metal)
(G: 5 V: 4 B: 4 D: 4 K: 0)
Jump by Van Halen (Heavy Metal)
(G: 4 V: 3 B: 3 D: 6 K: 6)
Cherry Pie by Warrant (Glam Metal)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 3 K: 0)

Nightmare:

Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard (Hard Rock)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 0 D: 4 K: 0)
Welcome To The Jungle by Guns N’ Roses (Hard Rock)
(G: 6 V: 6 B: 6 D: 5 K: 1)
Princes of The Universe by Queen (Rock)
(G: 6 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 6 K: 3)
Rock You Like A Hurricane by Scorpions (Heavy Metal)
(G: 6 V: 3 B: 5 D: 4 K: 0)

Impossible:

Play With Me by Extreme (Glam Metal)
(G: 6 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 5 K: 0)
Master of Puppets by Metallica (Heavy Metal)
(G: 6 V: 6 B: 6 D: 6 K: 0)
Synchronicity I by The Police (New Wave)
(G: 4 V(H): 5 B: 6 D: 6 K: 6 )
Spirit of Radio by Rush (Progressive Rock)
(G: 5 V: 6 B: 6 D: 6 K: 4)

90s:

Warm-up:

I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith (Power Ballad)
(G: 0 V(H): 3 B: 0 D: 1 K: 3)
Loser by Beck (Alternative)
(G: 0 V: 1 B: 0 D: 3 K: 0)

Solid:

One by U2 (Alternative)
(G: 2 V: 4 B: 1 D: 2 K: 2)

Moderate:

One Week by Barenaked Ladies (Alternative)
(G: 3 V(H): 3 B: 3 D: 2 K: 3)
Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus (Country)
(G: 3 V(H): 3 B: 2 D: 2 K: 3)
Killing In The Name Of by Rage Against The Machine (Rap Rock)
(G: 5 V: 0 B: 2 D: 3 K: 0)
Psychobilly Freakout by Reverend Horton Heat (Psychobilly)
(G: 5 V: 0 B: 3 D: 6 K: 0)
Smooth by Santana (Latin Rock)
(G: 5 V(H): 2 B: 3 D: 2 K: 4)
Santeria by Sublime (Reggae)
(G: 4 V(H): 3 B: 3 D: 1 K: 0)

Challenging:

Cliffs of Dover by Eric Johnson (Instrumental Rock)
(G: 6 V: 0 B: 3 D: 4 K: 0)
Symphony of Destruction by Megadeth (Heavy Metal)
(G: 5 V(H): 5 B: 5 D: 4 K: 1)
Impression That I Get by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (Ska)
(G: 3 V(H): 1 B: 6 D: 6 K: 4)
Canned Heat by Jamiroqui (Disco)
(G: 3 V(H): 5 B: 4 D: 2 K: 4)
Go Go Power Rangers Theme Song by Power Rangers Orchestra (Heavy Metal)
(G: 6 V(H): 2 B: 4 D: 5 K: 5)
Love Rollercoaster by Red Hot Chili Peppers (Alternative)
(G: 2 V(H): 5 B: 6 D: 4 K: 0)

Nightmare:

Cowboys from Hell by Pantera (Groove Metal)
(G: 5 V(H): 5 B: 6 D: 4 K: 0)

Impossible:

Pull Me Under by Dream Theater (Progressive Metal)
(G: 6 V(H): 5 B: 6 D: 6 K: 6)
Albuquerque by Weird Al (Novelty)
(G: 6 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 5 K: 0)

00s:

Warm-up:
How You Remind Me by Nickelback (Alternative)
(G: 1 V(H): 2 B: 1 D: 2 K: 0)

Apprentice:
It Ends Tonight by All American Rejects (Emo)
(G: 2 V(H): 1 B: 1 D: 1 K: 3)
The Reason by Hoobastank (Punk)
(G: 1 V: 3 B: 1 D: 1 K: 3)
Tangled Up In Me by Skye Sweetman (Alternative)
(G: 1 V(H): 2 B: 2 D: 0 K: 3)

Solid:

Catch My Disease by Ben Lee (Indie Pop)
(G: 1 V(H): 3 B: 3 D: 0 K: 4)
1985 by Bowling For Soup (Pop)
(G: 3 V(H): 2 B: 2 D: 2 K: 2)
The Anthem Good Charlotte (Punk)
(G: 3 V(H): 2 B: 2 D: 4 K: 0)
Lady by Lenny Kravitz (Rock)
(G: 2 V: 4 B: 2 D: 2 K: 2)
Black Horse And The Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall (Alternative)
(G: 2 V: 3 B: 1 D: 2 K: 0)
Say Hey (I Love You) by Michael Franti (Reggae)
(G: 2 V(H): 2 B: 0 D: 2 K: 2)
Grace Kelly by MIKA (Alternative)
(G: 0 V(H): 5 B: 1 D: 2 K: 4)
Hey Soul Sister by Train (Folk)
(G: 2 V: 3 B: 0 D: 2 K: 4)

Moderate:

Let’s Get It Started by Black Eyed Peas (Pop)
(G: 0 V(H): 5 B: 3 D: 3 K: 3)
Speed of Sound by Coldplay (Alternative)
(G: 0 V(H): 5 B: 2 D: 3 K: 6)
Since U Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson (Pop)
(G: 3 V(H): 4 B: 2 D: 3 K: 2)
Uprising by Muse (Alternative)
(G: 3 V(H): 4 B: 2 D: 3 K: 4)
Honky Tonk Badonbadonk by Trace Adkins (Country)
(G: 4 V(H): 2 B: 3 D: 2 K: 5)
A Million Ways by OK Go (Alternative)
(G: 2 V(H): 3 B: 4 D: 2 K: 3)
I’m A Believer by Smash Mouth (Alternative)
(G: 3 V(H): 5 B: 2 D: 2 K: 4)

Challenging:

Overkill (Acoustic Version) by Colin Hay (Acoustic)
(G: 4 V: 4 B: 0 D: 0 K: 0)
Whisper by Evanescence (Nu Metal)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 2 D: 5 K: 5)
Thunderhorse by Dethklock (Thrash Metal)
(G: 6 V: 0 B: 5 D: 5 K: 3)
Cheating On You by Franz Ferdinand (Indie)
(G: 3 V: 4 B: 3 D: 6 K: 0)
Objection (Tango) by Shakira (Pop)
(G: 4 V(H): 4 B: 6 D: 3 K: 3)
Wonderboy by Tenacious D (Metal)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 2 D: 4 K: 3)

Nightmare:

School of Rock by School of Rock (Metal)
(G: 5 V(H): 6 B: 1 D: 6 K: 5)
Walkie Talkie Man by Steriogram (Punk)
(G: 4 V(H): 6 B: 4 D: 4 K: 0)

10s:

Apprentice:

The Only Exception by Paramore (Alternative)
(G: 3 V(H): 2 B: 0 D: 2 K: 2)

Mine by Taylor Swift (Country)
(G: 3 V(H): 2 B: 0 D: 2 K: 1)

If you were counting, that is 126 songs. I was indecisive as to which songs I had to throw out. It was a nightmare to think about throwing out songs.

Comments

  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited April 2011
    I have one question:

    Why would the Power Rangers theme be in impossible vocals? I played an RBA of it, and the vocals were pretty easy. Should be, like, a 1 or 2. Otherwise, great setlist.
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    Seems a little long, and bloated with classic rock. We've been getting tons of classic rock in the last few months, so I wouldn't worry about that genre; we'll probably have a few of these in the next while.

    Also, I'm pretty sure Respect doesn't have any guitar parts and I don't think Hoobastank are punk (Men Without Hats are closer to New Wave for that matter). The Glam metal picks could be better, there's not enough Indie or Pop, and the lack of any goth or rap is unfortunate.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I have one question:

    Why would the Power Rangers theme be in impossible vocals? I played an RBA of it, and the vocals were pretty easy. Should be, like, a 1 or 2. Otherwise, great setlist.

    - For me, it depended on a few criteria. But you're right, I will give it a 2 for now.

    Seems a little long, and bloated with classic rock. We've been getting tons of classic rock in the last few months, so I wouldn't worry about that genre; we'll probably have a few of these in the next while.

    -Eh, it was hard for me to take off some songs since they're all good. I will change this list from time to rime.

    Also, I'm pretty sure Respect doesn't have any guitar parts

    -I beg to differ. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrV0c9ETnWo&feature=related

    and I don't think Hoobastank are punk (Men Without Hats are closer to New Wave for that matter).

    -I got the info from Wikipedia, so you may be right on that.

    The Glam metal picks could be better-

    I barely have much Glam Metal anyways, so if you come up with some songs, okay.

    there's not enough Indie or Pop-

    I don't know much Indie anyways. For pop, I did honestly think about... Britney Spears. If you can recommend me some songs, okay.

    and the lack of any goth or rap is unfortunate.

    -I'm not a total fan of goth music, so you come up with some songs.
    -And for rap, are Rage Against The Machine and Run-DMC not RAP material? Sure they have rock in their songs too, but the singers never sing the lyrics, which I'm pretty sure is a rap requirement. If you have any ideas for a group tell me.
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    DanManRocker;4365660 said:

    Also, I'm pretty sure Respect doesn't have any guitar parts
    -I beg to differ. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrV0c9ETnWo&feature=related
    I barely have much Glam Metal anyways, so if you come up with some songs, okay.
    I don't know much Indie anyways. For pop, I did honestly think about... Britney Spears. If you can recommend me some songs, okay.
    -I'm not a total fan of goth music, so you come up with some songs.
    -And for rap, are Rage Against The Machine and Run-DMC not RAP material? Sure they have rock in their songs too, but the singers never sing the lyrics, which I'm pretty sure is a rap requirement. If you have any ideas for a group tell me.
    I don't think was a guitar in that video, just a second bass (hard to tell with the video quality). Even if it was a guitar, it could only have been added for a live setting (the original recording didn't have any guitar in it)

    If you want good glam/hair material, try Skid Row, Motley Crue or more Whitesnake (that being said, a good few of your picks from similar bands seem to be divided over metal and hard rock).

    For Indie, go with some of the bands that've been in the game like Modest Mouse, Interpol, Metric, Death Cab For Cutie, Franz Ferdinand, maybe Arcade Fire since they just got a Grammy for album of the year on their last work (I'm no indie expert though). Goth, try The Cure, Joy Division, Bauhaus, maybe newer dark cabaret like Voltaire (RB3 also had Echo & The Bunnymen if they count)

    Also, I meant conventional hip-hop. We now have the genre being listed, so we may as well take advantage of it (if you look, there are popular hip hop songs with guitars in them)

    Can't really help with pop, since it's basically everywhere. I think Christina Aguilera sometimes has a band set-up in her music (so does Avril Lavigne and Take That). Classic pop from the 70's and 80's is probably the way to go.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I don't think was a guitar in that video, just a second bass (hard to tell with the video quality). Even if it was a guitar, it could only have been added for a live setting (the original recording didn't have any guitar in it)

    If you want good glam/hair material, try Skid Row, Motley Crue or more Whitesnake (that being said, a good few of your picks from similar bands seem to be divided over metal and hard rock).

    - Eh, then I'll see if any are Glam Metal there. I'll add Skid Row and Cinderella.

    For Indie, go with some of the bands that've been in the game like Modest Mouse, Interpol, Metric, Death Cab For Cutie, Franz Ferdinand, maybe Arcade Fire since they just got a Grammy for album of the year on their last work (I'm no indie expert though).

    - I've only listened to a few Interpol songs anyways. I already put Franz on this list. And if Arcade Fire got a grammy, I'll be okay with that.

    Goth, try The Cure, Joy Division, Bauhaus, maybe newer dark cabaret like Voltaire (RB3 also had Echo & The Bunnymen if they count)

    -The Cure is goth? But I'll see what I can do, even though it's not my type.

    Also, I meant conventional hip-hop. We now have the genre being listed, so we may as well take advantage of it (if you look, there are popular hip hop songs with guitars in them)

    - I'll try to find that.

    Can't really help with pop, since it's basically everywhere. I think Christina Aguilera sometimes has a band set-up in her music (so does Avril Lavigne and Take That). Classic pop from the 70's and 80's is probably the way to go.

    -I actually considered Britney Spears, just because of the demographic who like her music and like to hear women musicians. I'll try to incorporate more pop.

    Wish me luck!
  • CanuckGamerCanuckGamer Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    Replace Taylor Swift with Rush's "Caravan," it would be a great setlist.

    EDIT: Nevermind, I saw "The Spirit of Radio" up there.
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited April 2011
    I'll be honest, this sorting is gross. Only sort by decades. Keep tiering out of it.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    First off, 126 songs? That's completely unrealistic. You also have way too many genres. Just stick to the ones RB3/RBN uses. This isn't Guitar Hero. Here's some random observations

    -Way too much pop music. Can't believe I'm saying that about a RB4 wishlist. Most of them have way too much metal. A handful of pop songs isn't bad, but you have multiple for EACH DECADE. Taylor Swift, Shakira, Kelly Clarkson, Black Eyed Peas, Train, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Culture Club, that song from Grease, Lovin Spoonful, Blue Suede....I'm just skimming. I wouldn't mind a few of those songs, but the rest would definitely be DLC or left off.

    -I really, really hate country music, but I still have a handful of tracks in my RB library. That being said, your country tracks are the epitome of WalMart, Pop-Country. "Achy Breaky Heart," "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," that Taylor Swift song (personally can't stand her). Leave the pop country to the Country Track packs and off the main game disc.

    -"Soul Man" is by Sam and Dave originally, not The Blues Brothers. Any Blues Brothers version would have to be a live recording, I think.

    -Usually I hate seeing lists with GNR, Pink Floyd, and Led Zeppelin, but this IS a wishlist...

    -You have basically what amounts to 5 or 6 novelty songs. This would be fine if this was Guitar Hero II and there were "bonus" songs, but Rock Band doesn't really do that any more. I'd cut two or three out of "You're the One That I Want," "The Power Rangers Theme," "Wonderboy," "School of Rock," "Thunderhorse," and "Albuquerque".

    -You have a good amount of 90s songs. Most custom setlists on this board lately feature less than 10. That always makes me sad :(
  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited April 2011
    Skye Sweetnam! There's a name I haven't heard in a long time! And yeah, it's Sweetnam, not Sweetman, by the way.
  • thatdrummerguythatdrummerguy Rising Star
    edited April 2011
    I think some songs are overtiered. I think Uprising as a whole is overtiered, and that songs such as Rock You Like A Hurricane and I Hate Myself For Loving you are overtiered on guitar.

    Don't take that into account, and this is a great setlist. This would be an instant-buy for me.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I'll be honest, this sorting is gross. Only sort by decades. Keep tiering out of it.

    -Fine

    First off, 126 songs? That's completely unrealistic. You also have way too many genres. Just stick to the ones RB3/RBN uses. This isn't Guitar Hero. Here's some random observations

    - I'll see what I can do there. But, they did add a few new genres before.

    -Way too much pop music. Can't believe I'm saying that about a RB4 wishlist. Most of them have way too much metal. A handful of pop songs isn't bad, but you have multiple for EACH DECADE. Taylor Swift, Shakira, Kelly Clarkson, Black Eyed Peas, Train, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Culture Club, that song from Grease, Lovin Spoonful, Blue Suede....I'm just skimming. I wouldn't mind a few of those songs, but the rest would definitely be DLC or left off.

    -First I'm being told I don't have much, now I'm told I'm told I have too much.

    -I really, really hate country music, but I still have a handful of tracks in my RB library. That being said, your country tracks are the epitome of WalMart, Pop-Country. "Achy Breaky Heart," "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," that Taylor Swift song (personally can't stand her). Leave the pop country to the Country Track packs and off the main game disc.

    -Deleting stuff.

    -"Soul Man" is by Sam and Dave originally, not The Blues Brothers. Any Blues Brothers version would have to be a live recording, I think.

    -I'll do the live one then. They did a live version of "I Feel Good".

    -Usually I hate seeing lists with GNR, Pink Floyd, and Led Zeppelin, but this IS a wishlist...

    -Ehhh...

    -You have basically what amounts to 5 or 6 novelty songs. This would be fine if this was Guitar Hero II and there were "bonus" songs, but Rock Band doesn't really do that any more. I'd cut two or three out of "You're the One That I Want," "The Power Rangers Theme," "Wonderboy," "School of Rock," "Thunderhorse," and "Albuquerque".

    I'm cutting out Wonderboy and Thunderhorse.

    -You have a good amount of 90s songs. Most custom setlists on this board lately feature less than 10. That always makes me sad.

    -... Okay.

    Skye Sweetnam! There's a name I haven't heard in a long time! And yeah, it's Sweetnam, not Sweetman, by the way.

    dangit.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    DanManRocker;4367795 said:

    -You have a good amount of 90s songs. Most custom setlists on this board lately feature less than 10. That always makes me sad.

    -... Okay.
    It was a compliment. I hate being overly negative in these types of threads.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I meant thanks.

    But I know I should like criticism too.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    Well, there goes Love Rollercoaster by RHCP. Thank you Ohio Players!
  • CanuckGamerCanuckGamer Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    How about using "Animate" by Rush as your replacement for "Love Rollercoaster."
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    I'm gonna take back my complaint about Respect. While I'm sure it doesn't have any guitar in it, it could still be charted to second bass (does that count as a double-entendre?).

    We should get used to setlists lacking an instrument for them to work out (Imagine didn't have a guitar part and the set had 61 songs with keys and 51 with harmonies out of 83).
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    You know, I've been thinking a while of also making a Lego Rock Band 2 setlist as well. That way, some of the songs I used in this game could be go to the other setlist. I'll get to work on it as soon as I can.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    I can't believe I'm saying this about Metallica, but the keys part should at least be a 1, during the slow part it would be pretty easy, but the outro gets pretty tough, not tough enough for a fail but enough to bump it up a tier.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    And now they put Rock And Roll All Nite (Live) as DLC, so in the future, it will be replaced by Shout It Out Loud.
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