Razor Shark's ROCK BAND 4 Setlist

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edited May 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
In an unprecedented move, all songs will feature Guitar, Drums, Keys, Vocals, and Bass.

50's
Bill Haley And The Comets -- Rock Around The Clock
Chuck Berry -- Johnny B. Goode
Elvis Pressley -- Jailhouse Rock
Ritchie Valens -- COme On, Lets Go

60's
Beach Boys -- Surfin USA
Bob Dylan -- Like A Rolling Stone
Crazy World Of Arthur Brown -- Fire
The Doors -- The Wasp
King Crimson -- 21st Century Schizoid Man
Pink Floyd -- See Emily Play
Temptations -- My Girl

70's
Attila -- Wonder Woman
Bob Seger -- Katmandu
Derek And The Dominoes -- Layla
Dire Straits -- Telegraph Road
Focus -- Hocus Pocus
Foreigner -- Hot Blooded
Jethro Tull -- Locomotive Breath
Mannfred Mann's Earth Band -- Blinded By The Light
Mott The Hoople -- All The Young Dudes
Night Sun -- Got A Bone Of My Own
Peter Frampton -- Do You Feel Like We Do
Police -- King Of Pain
Queen -- Don't Stop Me Now
Rainbow -- Since You Been Gone
Red Rider -- Lunatic Fringe
Rolling Stones -- Miss You
Steely Dan -- Bad Sneakers
Starz -- Colliseum Rock/It's A Riot
Toto -- Hold The Line
Triumph -- Fight The Good Fight
War -- Cisqo Kid
Who -- Let's See Action
Wild Cherry -- Play That Funky Music
Wings -- Live And Let Die
Yes -- Starship Trooper

80's
Billy Squier -- The Stroke
The Firm -- All The King's Horses
Hear N' Aid -- Stars
Helloween -- Dr. Stein
Joe Jackson -- Steppin' Out
Journey -- Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Judas Priest -- Turbo Lover
Kurtis Blow -- The Breaks
Lita Ford -- Kiss Me Deadly
Madness -- It Must Be Love
Mercyful Fate -- Come To The Sabbath
Metallica -- Fade To Black
Michael Jackson -- Billie Jean
Misfits -- Die My Darling
Oingo Boingo -- Only A Lad
Queensryche -- Eyes Of A Stranger
Rick Astley -- Never Gonna Give You Up
Robert Plant -- In The Mood
Rush -- Freewill
Steve Earle -- Copperhead Road
Stevie Ray Vaughan -- House Is Rockin'
Thin Lizzy -- Angel Of Death
U2 -- Sunday Bloody Sunday
Van Halen -- Jump
Whitesnake -- Still Of The Night

90's
Alan Jackson -- Chattahoochee
Cake -- The Distance
Cherry Poppin' Daddies -- Zoot Suit Riot
Dixie Chicks -- Goodbye Earl
Dog Fashion Disco -- Lost In Anacostia
Dream Theater -- Take The Time
Everlast -- What It's Like
Fastball -- The Way
Fishbone -- Sunnless Saturday
Fuel -- Quarter
Incubus -- Redefine
Living Colour -- Nothingness
Melt Banana -- Monkey Man
Ministry -- N.W.O.
Mr. Bungle -- Squeeze Me Macaroni
Pearl Jam -- Not For You
Sevendust -- Black
School Of Fish -- Three Strange Days
Shawn Michaels -- Sexy Boy
Temple Of The Dog -- Call Me A Dog

00's
Abigail Williams -- I/The World Beyond
Aghora -- Satya
Alestorm -- Heavy Metal Pirates
Amy Winehouse -- You Know I'm No Good
Andrew W.K. -- Party Hard
Black And White Years -- Power To Change
Cold -- A Different Kind Of Pain
Coldplay -- Lost
Craig Morgan -- Redneck Yacht Club
Diablo Swing Orchestra -- Tap Dancer's Dilemna
Eminem -- Lose Yourself
Hurt -- Wars
I Monster -- Who Is She?
iwrestledabearonce -- Eli Cash vs. The Godless Savages
Justice -- D.A.N.C.E.
Justin Timberlake -- Rock Your Body
Katy Perry -- Mannequin
King's X -- Believe
Klaxons -- Golden Skans
Lostprophets -- Shinobi Vs. Dragon Ninja
Muse -- Stockholm Syndrome
Opeth -- Master's Apprentice
Outkast -- B.O.B.
Oysterhead -- Little Faces
Polkadot Cadaver -- Pure Bedlam For Halfbreeds
Powderburn -- The Lights Go Down
The Project Hate MCMXCIX -- The Locust Principles
Spoon -- The Underdog
Strapping Young Lad -- Love?
Sublime -- Date Rape
Type O Negative -- September Sun

10's
12 Stones -- We Are One
Cee Lo Green -- Forget You
Civil Twilight -- Letters From The Sky
Daniel Lioneye -- I Have Never Wanted To Be Number One
Fozzy -- New Day's Dawn
Kvelertak - Blodtørst
Unexpect -- Orange Vigilantes

Hardest Full Band Songs
1. Diablo Swing Orchestra -- Tap Dancer's Dilemna(Full Devil Tiers)
2. Polkadot Cadaver -- Pure Bedlam For Halfbreeds(Full Devil Tiers)
3. Mr. Bungle -- Squeeze Me Macaroni(Devil Tiers DKVB, Tier 4 G)
4. Dream Theater -- Take The Time(Full Devil Tiers)
5. Aghora -- Satya(Devil Tiers GDKB, Tier 5 V)

Hardest Guitar Songs
1. The Project Hate MCMXCIX -- The Locust Principles
2. Abigail Williams -- I/The World Beyond
3. Dream Theater -- Take The Time
4. iwrestledabearonce -- Eli Cash vs. The Godless Savages
5. Mannfred Mann's Earth Band -- Blinded By The Light

Hardest Drum Songs
1. Abigail Williams -- I/The World Beyond
2. Daniel Lioneye -- I Have Never Wanted To Be Number One
3. Dream Theater -- Take The Time
4. Aghora -- Satya
5. Polkadot Cadaver -- Pure Bedlam For Halfbreeds

Hardest Keys Songs
1. Attila -- Wonder Woman
2. Polkadot Cadaver -- Pure Bedlam For Halfbreeds
3. Diablo Swing Orchestra -- Tap Dancer's Dilemna
4. Alestorm -- Heavy Metal Pirates
5. Mr. Bungle -- Squeeze Me Macaroni

Hardest Vocals Songs
1. Diablo Swing Orchestra -- Tap Dancer's Dilemna
2. Polkadot Cadaver -- Pure Bedlam For Halfbreeds
3. Focus -- Hocus Pocus
4. Living Colour -- Nothingness
5. Queen -- Don't Stop Me Now

Hardest Bass Songs
1. Mr. Bungle -- Squeeze Me Macaroni
2. Aghora -- Satya
3. Incubus -- Redefine
4. Joe Jackson -- Steppin' Out
5. Diablo Swing Orchestra -- Tap Dancer's Dilemna

Comments

  • TylerFGTylerFG Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    Really good list so far. Can't wait for more.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited April 2011
    50's
    Bill Haley And The Comets -- Rock Around The Clock -yes
    Chuck Berry -- Johnny B. Goode -yes
    Elvis Pressley -- Jailhouse Rock- yes
    Pink Floyd -- See Emily Play - o.oI didn't know this band was made around this decade.

    60's
    Beach Boys -- Surfin USA- yes
    Bob Dylan -- Like A Rolling Stone - yes
    King Crimson -- 21st Century Schizoid Man- One question. Is it because of GH5?
    Temptations -- My Girl- yes

    70's
    Derek And The Dominoes -- Layla- yes
    Foreigner -- Hot Blooded- yes
    Mott The Hoople -- All The Young Dudes- yes
    Peter Frampton -- Do You Feel Like We Do- yes
    Police -- King Of Pain- I don't know this song well, but I do like some of their songs. The only song I would recommend from them is Synchronicity I.
    Rolling Stones -- Miss You- Don't know this song either, but I do like Can I Get A Witness, Honky Tonk Woman, Cant You Hear Me Knocking?, Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash, Start Me Up... Still, any song will do.
    Toto -- Hold The Line- I only know Africa anyways.
    Wings -- Live And Let Die- Does this even have guitars and bass? I can't hear them with the other instruments playing loudly.

    80's
    Billy Squier -- The Stroke- Only knew Lonely Is The Night thanks to Guitar Hero, and Shake Down because of St. Elmo's Fire soundtrack.
    Joe Jackson -- Steppin' Out
    U2 -- Sunday Bloody Sunday- Any U2 song will work for me
    Rick Astley -- Never Gonna Give You Up- Er... You know...

    90's

    - o.o

    There are some Aerosmith songs, One Week, Loser, ... Baby One More Time (just for those who like Spears), (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Pull Me Under, One Hit Wonder, Only Happy When It Rains, Iris, November Rain, Canned Heat, Symphony of Destruction, Black or White, The Impression That I Get, Cowboys From Hell, Go Go Power Rangers (Both the show and movie versions will do), The Show Must Go On, Killing In The Name Of (though, censorship would have to come in play), Smooth, Then The Morning Comes, Santeria, One, Ultraviolet, and Viva Las Vigas.

    00's

    Muse -- Stockholm Syndrome- any Muse song will do



    For 50s songs, Tutti Frutti by Little Richard is okay, and Tequilla by the Champs is good. Though, there's only one word in Tequilla: Tequilla.

    For 60s:

    House of Rising Sun (Though I'm not sure if any drummer would like to repeat the same pattern over and over. Big keyboard solo though.)
    Hooked On A Feeling
    For What It's Worth (slow song)
    Sunshine of Your Love (one of my favorite Cream songs, as well as White Room, and Crossroads)
    ... Whole Lotta Love (if you're not one of those people who say "NO" because of the current situation
    Do You Believe In Magic (catchy)
    Calfornia Dreamin' (harmonies are interesting)
    Sweet Caroline (Just so... *cries*)
    Born To Be Wild (Just the Keyboard part in the middle and the drum solo get me)
    Wild Thing
    Any The Who song
    Time of The Season (Crazy keys)

    70s:

    Any Aerosmith song
    Hold Your Head Up
    Takin Care of Business
    Iron Man (because since they took away Paranoid from us)
    Old Time Rock And Roll
    I Want You To Want Me (Live) or Surrender
    Saturday In The Park
    Any David Bowie song
    Fireball or Burn
    Shining Star
    Free Ride
    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    Barracuda
    Wheel In The Sky
    Shout It Out Loud
    Any Led Zeppelin
    Call Me The Breeze
    Bat out of Hell
    Any Pink Floyd song
    Good Ol' Fashioned Lover Boy or Don't Stop Me Now
    It Don't Come Easy
    Jungle Love
    Any The Who song

    80s:

    Take On Me
    Obsession
    Dancing With Myself
    Karma Chameleon
    Play With Me
    Got My Mind Set On You
    Any Guns N' Roses song (if you aren't one to say "Guns N' Roses won't do it)
    Any Heart song
    I Hate Myself For Loving You
    You're The Best
    St. Elmo's Fire
    Footloose
    The Safety Dance
    Any Metallica song
    Any Michael Jackson song
    I Melt With You
    Magic (the Olivia Newton-John version)
    Say Say Say
    Any Poison song
    I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
    Any Queen song
    Bang Your Head (Metal Health)
    Jessie's Girl
    It's Tricky
    Any Rush song
    Don't You Forget About Me
    Rock This Town
    Mr. Roboto
    I Wanna Rock
    Any Van Halen song
    Sharp Dressed Man

    00s:

    It Ends Tonight
    La La
    Complicated
    Any Coldplay song
    Dance, Dance
    Cheating On You
    I Just Wanna Live/ The Anthem
    The Reason/ Disappear/ Without A Fight
    Obstacle 1/2
    Human
    Black Horse And The Cherry Tree
    Lady
    This Love/ She Will Be Loved
    Grace Kelly
    The View
    A Million Ways
    Our Time Now
    Walkie Talkie Man
    Fat Lip
    Any Tenacious D song
    Land of The Dead

    2010s:

    Ready To Start
    Forget You
    Sing
    The Only Exception

    I'm just helping the request thing, but I don't mind if almost every one of my songs aren't chosen. The songs are in A-Z by artist if you're wondering, because I got lazy, and I didn't put who performed what song. Some should be familiar.
  • soup567soup567 Headliner
    edited April 2011
    See Emily Play is from 1967...
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    soup567;4382139 said:
    See Emily Play is from 1967...

    Yep, I'm fixing that as we speak, as well as adding about 90 songs to the list


    And to the above post, it is a bit close to being tl;dr for me, but I will get around to it, I promise, your suggestions are great. I promise you have heard Miss You, it is an "Oh that song moment kind of song" as is Hold The Line.

    Edit: No, 21st Century Schizoid Man is not a song that I know through GH5, but it is easily my favorite song by King Crimson, I have planned DLC and a Lego game I will be making just as other users do here, so expect more through that.
  • thatdrummerguythatdrummerguy Rising Star
    edited April 2011
    Great so far. Can't wait for the rest.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    Finished editing with the current list of songs, I want 22 more before I call this my official Rock Band 4 setlist.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    Added a list of the hardest songs so far, not to sure on them though, so if anyone objects then speak up.
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited April 2011
    On top 5 hardest band songs, I believe that Squeeze Me Mr. Macaroni should be full band devil tier. The guitar would probably have one of those awkward strum patters (see Been Caught Stealing and Antibodies, both quite difficult to pass due to weird strum patterns.)
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited April 2011
    Dammit, I so wanted to put Tap Dancer's Dilemma and Pure Bedlam for Halfbreeds in my setlist, but by the time I got to 110 songs, I had already inserted enough metal and even Jazz-Metal may have pissed someone off for being "too much metalz". Great setlist, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    LiveHomeVideo;4382937 said:
    Dammit, I so wanted to put Tap Dancer's Dilemma and Pure Bedlam for Halfbreeds in my setlist, but by the time I got to 110 songs, I had already inserted enough metal and even Jazz-Metal may have pissed someone off for being "too much metalz". Great setlist, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

    You could make DLC threads like people do here.

    I don't know about Squeeze Me Macaroni being Devil Tiers though, maybe tier 5 at most, I'd have to see when I get the other songs done.
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited April 2011
    Which version of Lost is on it?
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited April 2011
    Also, I cannot find the Abigale Williams song in the setlist itself, yet it's in the Top 5 most difficult lists.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    GNFfhqwhgads;4383007 said:
    Which version of Lost is on it?

    I assume there is a radio cut and an album cut, whichever one is longer will be it, if you are talking of a remix then I picked the original.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited April 2011
    LiveHomeVideo;4383065 said:
    Also, I cannot find the Abigale Williams song in the setlist itself, yet it's in the Top 5 most difficult lists.

    Ya, I'll fix that, I meant to put it on the list.
  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited April 2011
    Well, for "Lost", there are four versions: "Lost!" (the original from the Viva La Vida album), "Lost?", a piano/vocals-only version, a bonus track for people who purchased Viva La Vida on iTunes, "Lost+", which includes some rapping from Jay-Z and was included on Prospekt's March, and "Lost@", a live version of the song. All of these songs were also on the Lost! EP. I'm assuming you meant the original "Lost!", though.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    TheStuddz;4383163 said:
    Well, for "Lost", there are four versions: "Lost!" (the original from the Viva La Vida album), "Lost?", a piano/vocals-only version, a bonus track for people who purchased Viva La Vida on iTunes, "Lost+", which includes some rapping from Jay-Z and was included on Prospekt's March, and "Lost@", a live version of the song. All of these songs were also on the Lost! EP. I'm assuming you meant the original "Lost!", though.

    I'm talking about the original lost.

    On a different note, I'm almost completed with my Lego Rock Band setlist and will be realeasing that Friday, it will feature 56 songs.

    Also I have 3 weeks of DLC lined up, I'm not releasing to many details but I have a 12 pack of Queen, a 6 pack of The Doors, a 6 pack of Evansblue and DLC from Attila and The Firm
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