The Community's Hard Rock/Metal Setlist Master Thread

soup567soup567 Headliner
edited April 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
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October 4th, 2010 - April 26th 2011 (195 Voting Days)
Thread Creator: soup567
Purpose: Create a Hard Rock/Metal Community Setlist.
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  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    The Setlist (100 Songs)


    Dam that River - Alice in Chains (Dirt, 1992)
    Party Hard - Andrew W.K. (I Get Wet, 2001)
    Baphomet - Angel Witch (Metal for Muthas, 1980)
    Piece of Time - Atheist (Piece of Time, 1989)
    Sleeping for Years - Atomic Rooster (Death Walks Behind You, 1970)
    I Against I - Bad Brains (I Against I, 1986)
    Call From the Grave - Bathory (Under the Sign of the Black Mark, 1987)
    Colombian Necktie - Big Black (Songs About ****ing, 1987)
    Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath (Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, 1973)
    Daughter of the Sun - Blood Ceremony (Living With the Ancients, 2011)
    Out of Focus - Blue Cheer (Vincebus Eruptum, 1968)
    The Red and the Black - Blue
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    Genres (41):
    Alternative Metal: 2 (Helmet, System of a Down)
    Atmospheric Black Metal:1 (Drudkh)
    Black Metal: 4 (Bathory, Darkthrone, Emperor, Enslaved)
    Blues-Rock: 2 (Cream, ZZ Top)
    Crust Punk: 1 (His Hero Is Gone)
    Death Metal: 3 (Bolt Thrower, Death, Morbid Angel)
    Doom Metal: 4 (Blood Ceremony, Candlemass, Jex Thoth, Saint Vitus)
    Drone Doom Metal: 1 (Sunn O))))
    Garage Rock:2 (The Kinks, The Stooges)
    Glam Metal: 1 (Mötley Crüe)
    Gothic Metal: 1 (Type O Negative)
    Grunge: 2 (Alice in Chains, Nudeswirl)
    Hard Rock: 14 (Andrew W.K., Blue Öyster Cult, The Cult, Danzig, Deep Purple, Def Leppard, Don Felder, The Gun, Guns N' Roses, Led Zeppelin, Living Colour, Rainbow, Steppenwolf, UFO)
    Hardcore Punk: 1 (Bad Brains)
    Heavy Metal: 13 (Angel Witch, Black Sabbath, Budgie, Dio, Grim Reaper, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Lucifer's Friend, Manowar, Mercyful Fate, Quiet Riot, Skid Row, Twisted Sister)
    Heavy Psych: 4 (Blue Cheer, Icecross, Pink Floyd, Vanilla Fudge)
    Horror Punk: 1 (Misfits)
    Industrial Metal: 1 (Godflesh)
    Jazz-Rock: 2 (Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck)
    Melodic Death Metal: 2 (Children of Bodom, Dethklok)
    Neo-Classical Metal: 1 (Cacophony)
    Noise Rock: 1 (Big Black)
    Post-Hardcore: 1 (Shellac)
    Power Metal: 2 (Helloween, Hibria)
    Powerviolence: 1 (Trash Talk)
    Progressive Black Metal: 1 (Ne Obliviscaris)
    Progressive Death Metal: 1 (Opeth)
    Progressive Metal: 3(Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Savatage)
    Progressive Rock: 3 (Atomic Rooster, Rush, Uriah Heep)
    Punk Rock: 1 (Stiff Little Fingers)
    Sludge: 1 (Melvins)
    Southern Rock: 1 (The Georgia Satellites)
    Space Rock: 2 (Hawkwind, Spiritualized)
    Speed Metal: 2 (Motörhead, Pantera)
    Stoner Metal: 2(Boris, Electric Wizard)
    Stoner Rock: 2 (Graveyard, Witchcraft)
    Symphonic Metal: 1 (Nightwish)
    Technical Death Metal: 1 (Atheist)
    Technical Thrash Metal:1 (Coroner)
    Thrash Metal: 9 (Celtic Frost, Dark Angel, Exodus, Megadeth, Metallica, Overkill, Slayer, Testament, Venom)
    Viking Metal: 1 (Turisas)
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    Themes (32 Theme Days):

    1960s
    1970s
    2010s
    Alternative Metal
    Black Metal
    Crust Punk
    Death Metal
    Garage Rock
    Glam Metal
    Grunge
    Hardcore Punk
    Industrial Metal
    Jazz-Rock
    Noise Rock
    NWOBHM
    Power Metal
    Progressive Metal
    Progressive Rock
    Sludge
    Southern Rock
    Space Rock
    Speed Metal
    Stoner Rock
    Thrash Metal
    Viking Metal
    Any Band of Any Genre that Has One Artist in that Genre on the Setlist
    Band and Song
    Bands That Have Never Been in a Music Game
    Female Fronted
    Hard Rock/Metal Song by a Band That Normally Isn't Hard Rock/Metal
    Songs From Tony Hawk Games
    Songs From the 1981 Film, Heavy Metal
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    Reserved just in case.
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    So I think we made a very awesome setlist full of great Hard Rock and Metal. Many, many awesome artists. We touched a lot of subgenres too, which is good for diversity. Good job everybody. Rock on!

    \m/\m/
  • SystemSCSnakeSystemSCSnake Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    This needs a poll

    Here's my review:

    The setlist (in terms of being a Hard Rock/Metal) was very good as well as majorly diverse. It spanned widely across the many sub-genres, but included big names such as Black Sabbath, and Metallica. Many deep-cuts, lesser known bands, and undercover hits were included which gives this setlist much flavor. Metal is always a fun genre, and barely any tracks are lacking on speed plus aggression (Save for Drone Doom Metal and a few others). It hardly lacks any missing bands besides a few favorites and obvious ones such as Anthrax, Avenged Sevenfold, and Disturbed, however it reaches out to less mainstream bands which makes it a classic, original setlist.

    My only gripe with the setlist is the lack of familiarity with many of the bands, but with some time listening/playing the setlist, that gap should would be paved over easily.

    I would give this setlist a 9/10. Rock on \m/
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    Alright thanks System. And I guess I could put a poll up. That is a good idea.
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    Ultimate fail... I accidentally voted one!!! WHY!!!! ;_;

    I meant to click 10 but my hand slipped and then I clicked again! Maybe a mod can help with this...?
  • darkwinterbeast8darkwinterbeast8 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    SystemSCSnake;4378854 said:
    It hardly lacks any missing bands besides a few favorites and obvious ones such as Anthrax, Avenged Sevenfold, and Disturbed, however it reaches out to less mainstream bands which makes it a classic, original setlist.

    The lack of bands like Avenged Sevenfold is great. It as a result gives lesser known bands like Bathory, Type O Negative, and Enslaved a spot on the setlist... ...and as a result, more people check out these bands

    Would've liked to have seen some Funeral Doom Metal as well as some Death/Doom get on the list but perhaps that is more for the "All Metal" set list that is to start some point after this.

    I rated it 10 out of 10.
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    darkwinterbeast8;4378986 said:
    The lack of bands like Avenged Sevenfold is great. It as a result gives lesser known bands like Bathory, Type O Negative, and Enslaved a spot on the setlist... ...and as a result, more people check out these bands

    Would've liked to have seen some Funeral Doom Metal as well as some Death/Doom get on the list but perhaps that is more for the "All Metal" set list that is to start some point after this.

    I rated it 10 out of 10.

    Thank you :)

    And yes some Death Doom and Funeral Doom would be cool for the "All Metal" list starting soon.
  • clashcityrocker10clashcityrocker10 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    I wasn't sure what I was going to give the setlist at first (somewhere between 8-10), but I ended up giving it a 10. This is a fine setlist.
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    clashcityrocker10;4379043 said:
    I wasn't sure what I was going to give the setlist at first (somewhere between 8-10), but I ended up giving it a 10. This is a fine setlist.
    Thank you :D

    And I still can't believe I accidentally clicked the 1 by mistake. ;_; I really wish the poll creator could edit them.
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