TylerFG's Lego Rock Band 2 Setlist (47 songs)

TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
edited April 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
(59 songs)

2010s (3 songs):

Alpha Rev – Face Down (New Morning, 2010) G:3 D:1 B:1 V:2 K:3
My Chemical Romance – S.I.N.G (Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, 2010) G:2 D:4 B:1 V: K:2
Turin Brakes – Mirror (Outbursts, 2010) G:3 D:0 B:1 V:4


2000s (22 songs):

Alphabeat – 10,000 Nights (Alphabeat, 2007) G:1 D:2 B:0 V:6 K:1
Atomic Kitten – The Tide is High (Get the Feeling) (Feels So Good, 2002) G:2 D:3 B:0 V:6 K:2
Avril Lavigne – Sk8er Boi (Let Go, 2002) G:2 D:1 B:1 V:3
Beck - Gamma Ray (Modern Guilt, 2008) G:1 D:2 B:0 V:3 K:0
Coldplay - Yellow (Parachutes, 2000) G:0 D:0 B:0 V:3
Daughtry – Feels Like Tonight (Daughtry, 2006) G:2 D:1 B:1 V:4
Finley – Diventerai una star (Tutto e possible, 2006) G:5 D:3 B:4 V:3
Incubus - Anna Molly (Light Grenades, 2006) G:6 D:6 B:3 V:6 K:0
Kings of Leon – On Call (Because of the Times, 2007) G:2 D:4 B:1V:3 K:0
Klaxons – It’s Not Over Yet (Myths of the Near Future, 2007) G:1 D:3 B:1 V:4 K:1
Los Lonely Boys - Heaven (Los Lonely Boys, 2004) G:5 D:2 B:2 V:4 K:3:
Mika – Love Today (Life in Cartoon Motion, 2007) G:4 D:1 B:1 V:6 K:2
Modest Mouse - Dashboard (We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank, 2007) G:4 D:3 B:2 V:2 K:1
Orianthi – What’s It Gonna Be (Believe, 2009) G:4 D:2 B:2 V:4
The Posies – Love Comes (Every Kind of Light, 2005) G:2 D:1 B:2 V:4 K:2
Phoenix – Everything is Everything (Alphabetical, 2004) G:3 D:2 B:0 V:4 K:0
Razorlight - Vice (Up All Night, 2004) G:2 D:5 B:2 V:3
Santana feat. Michelle Branch – The Game of Love (Shaman, 2002) G:6 D:2 B:2 V:5 K:1
Shinedown - If You Only Knew (The Sound of Madness, 2008) G:3 B:2 D:2 V:3
Superbus – Radio Song (Pop ‘n’ gum, 2004) G:1 D:2 B:2 V:5 K:2
The White Stripes - We Are Gonna Be Friends G:0 V:3
Yellowcard – Lights and Sounds (Lights and Sounds, 2006) G:5 D:6 B:5 V:3 K:0

1990s (12 songs):

The Aquabats – Super Rad (The Fury of the Aquabats, 1997) G:1 D:1 B:1 V:2 K:2
Collective Soul - Shine (Hints Alligations and Things Left Unsaid, 1994) G:5 D:0 B:3 V:5
Eric Johnson – Cliffs of Dover (Ah Via Musicom, 1990) G:6 D:3 B:3
Foo Fighters - Big Me (Foo Fighters, 1995) G:2 D:1 B:2 V:5
Hootie and the Blowfish – Only Wanna Be With You (Cracked Rear View, 1994) G:4 D:4 B:2 V:2
Incubus - Stellar (Make Yourself, 1999) G:4 D:3 B:2 V:4
Ride - Kaleidoscope (Nowhere, 1990) G:4 D:6 B:2 V:4 K:0
Ringo Starr – Golden Blunders (Time Takes Time, 1992) G:2 D:1 B:1 V:2 K:1
Rusted Root – Send Me On My Way (When I Woke, 1994) G:3 D:4 B:4 V:6 K:3
Seal – Kiss from a Rose (Seal, 1994) G:2 D:0 B:1 V:5 K:2
Sixpence None the Richer – Kiss Me (Sixpence None the Richer, 1997) G:4 D:2 B:2 V:6 K:1
Sister Hazel – All For You (…Somewhere More Familiar, 1997) G:5 D:4 B:1 V:5

1980s (12 songs):

Blue Oyster Cult – Burnin’ for You (Fire of Unknown Origin, 1981) G:6 D:4 B:2 V:5 K:0
Cyndi Lauper - Time After Time G:0 D:1 B:1 0 V:3 K:0
The Cure – In Between Days (The Head on the Door, 1985) G:3 D:2 B:1 V:5 K:2
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen (Too-Rye-Ay, 1982) G:3 D:2 B:3 V:5 K:2
Dolly Parton - 9 to 5 (9 to 5 and Odd Jobs, 1980) G:2 D:0 B:0 V:5 K:2
Huey Lewis and the News – Hip to be Square (Fore! 1986) G:1 D:1 B:1 V:3 K:3
Queen – A Kind of Magic (A Kind Of, 1986) G:4 D:0 B:1 V:5 K:0
Run DMC – Rock Box (Run-DMC, 1984) G:4 D:0 B:0 V:1 K:1
Rush – Show Don’t Tell (Presto, 1989) G:4 D:3 B:6 V:5 K:1
The Sugarhill Gang - Apache (8th Wonder, 1982) G:4 B:4 D:6 V:2 K:3
Twisted Sister – The Kids Are Back (You Can’t Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll, 1983) G:1 D:0 B:1 V:2
Yes – Owner of a Lonely Heart (90215, 1983) G:3 D:3 B:2 V:4 K:6

1970s (8 songs):

America – A Horse With No Name (America, 1971) G:2 D:1 B:2 V:2
Cheap Trick - Need Your Love (Dream Police, 1979) G:1 D:0 B:1 V:5
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Carry On (Deja Vu, 1970) G:4 D:1 B:1 V:6 K:2
David Bowie – Golden Years (Station to Station, 1976) G:3 D:3 B:2 V:3 K:1
The Edgar Winter Group – Free Ride (They Only Come Out At Night, 1972) G:6 D:4 B:4 V:6 K:6
Heatwave – Boogie Nights (Too Hot to Handle, 1977) G:6 D:6 B:6 V:6 K:6
The Marshall Trucker Band – Can’t You See (The Marshall Trucker Band, 1973) G:3 D:3 B:3 V:4 K:4
The Steve Miller Band – Jet Airliner (Book of Dreams, 1977) G:3 D:2 B:1 V:4 K:3

1960s (2 songs):

The Temptations - My Girl (The Temptations Sing Smokey, 1965) G:1 D:1 B:0 V:2K:1
The Turtles – Happy Together (Happy Together, 1967) G:1 D:1 B:0 V:1 K:2

Special Guests:

Avril Lavigne (Sk8er Boi)
Dolly Parton (9 to 5)
Kings of Leon (On Call)
Incubus (Anna Molly, Stellar)
Seal (Kiss from a Rose)

Comments

  • I_Love_YouI_Love_You Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I'm pretty sure the biggest mistake any spin-off setlist (band game, LRB, etc.) could make is thinking that a full price disc with half the songs of a regular game is a good call (Beatles, Green Day, LRB (though that was $50) all had less than 50 songs, as did Metallica, Smash Hits, etc from Guitar Hero). I'd say, up it to about 60.

    As far as the song list goes, everything 80's an earlier is great, the rest I don't really recognize enough to comment, but looks fairly competently done. I'd be much more likely to buy this than the original.
  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I_Love_You;4369263 said:
    I'm pretty sure the biggest mistake any spin-off setlist (band game, LRB, etc.) could make is thinking that a full price disc with half the songs of a regular game is a good call (Beatles, Green Day, LRB (though that was $50) all had less than 50 songs, as did Metallica, Smash Hits, etc from Guitar Hero). I'd say, up it to about 60.

    As far as the song list goes, everything 80's an earlier is great, the rest I don't really recognize enough to comment, but looks fairly competently done. I'd be much more likely to buy this than the original.

    Thanks. I kinda agree about the setlist length but I just wanted to keep it below 50 songs, since little kids would be playing this game and they have short attention spans.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    Dance Floor Anthem by Good Charlotte mentions stripping or something like that.
  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    DanManRocker;4369625 said:
    Dance Floor Anthem by Good Charlotte mentions stripping or something like that.

    I was actually thinking of editing the setlist later, so I'll probably change that song.
  • TuleRuneTuleRune Rising Star
    edited April 2011
    Ah, Radio Song from GH3 :)

    Nice, kid-friendly setlist with some good classic tracks to persuade other fans.
    I'd change the Daughtry pick to What About Now seeing as it's a popular music game. I like the pick though.
  • exploderexploder Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    I'd get it for Rock Box,Shine,etc.
  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    TuleRune;4370007 said:
    Ah, Radio Song from GH3 :)

    Nice, kid-friendly setlist with some good classic tracks to persuade other fans.
    I'd change the Daughtry pick to What About Now seeing as it's a popular music game. I like the pick though.

    Well, Feels Like Tonight was one of the most popular songs off of Daughtry when it came outm so I went with that.
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    Add some Cyndi Lauper. It'd be too sugary for the regular games but perfect for Lego 2.
  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
  • NegimafanNegimafan Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    You should also consider 9 to 5 by Dolly Parton. It has keys, harmonies, reasonably interesting guitar parts and was one of the most popular songs of the 80's.

    It wouldn't be difficult or long enough for the main games, but has that fun, upbeat melody that kids would love.
  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    Beck and Dolly Parton added.
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