Roxorspade's Setlist V1.0

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edited May 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Hey guys, this is something I've been working on a couple of years on, and I think it's pretty good, a bit short though. Anyway here it is. And comment on it, because feedback makes it better. And no, I can't make it all aggressive black metal or add more Nickelback. More info (tiers, ideas for an RB game, etc.) coming soon! Check back!

60’s – 5 Songs
Like A Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO
You Really Got Me – The Kinks – Kinks – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies) : OOOOO
Sympathy for the Devil – The Rolling Stones – Beggar’s Banquet – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
A Hazy Shade of Winter – Simon & Garfunkel – Bookends – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (2 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Born to be Wild – Steppenwolf – Steppenwolf – Hard Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO

70’s – 14 songs
Layla – Derek and the Dominoes – Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Rebel Rebel – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs – Pop/Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (2 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Wishing Well – Free – Heartbreaker – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (2 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who – American Woman – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Magic Man – Heart – Dreamboat Annie – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Wheel in the Sky – Journey – Infinity – Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Shout it out Loud – Kiss – Destroyer – Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights) – Pat Travers – Pat Travers – Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO
Baby I Love Your Way (Live) – Peter Frampton – Frampton Comes Alive! – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (2 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band – Book of Dreams – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: N/A
Pro Keys: N/A
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Superstition – Stevie Wonder – Talking Book – R&B/Soul/Funk
Guitar: N/A
Pro Guitar: N/A
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO
Lorelei – Styx – Equinox – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals (3 Part Harmonies): OOOOO
Love Reign o’er Me – The Who – Quadrophenia – Classic Rock
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
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Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO
Disorder – Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures – New Wave
Guitar: OOOOO
Pro Guitar: OOOOO
Bass: OOOOO
Pro Bass: OOOOO
Keys: OOOOO
Pro Keys: OOOOO
Drums: OOOOO
Vocals: OOOOO

80’s – 13 songs
Takin’ Care of Business – Bachman – Turner Overdrive – Bachman – Turner Overdrive II – Rock
Dancing With Myself – Billy Idol and Generation X – Kiss Me Deadly – New Wave
Rock the Casbah – The Clash – Combat Rock – New Wave
Photograph – Def Leppard – Pyromania – Classic Rock
Twilight Zone – Golden Earring – Cut – Classic Rock
Jack and Diane – John Mellencamp – American Fool – Classic Rock
Keep On Rockin’ In the Free World – Neil Young – Freedom – Grunge
The Holiday Song – The Pixies – Come on Pilgrim – Alternative
King of Pain – The Police – Synchronicity – New Wave
Jump – Van Halen – 1984 – Rock
Knock Me Down – Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Mother’s Milk – Alternative
Bad Fun – The Cult – Electric – Hard Rock
Land of Confusion – Genesis – Invisible Touch – Classic Rock
Where the Streets Have No Name – U2 – The Joshua tree – New Wave

90’s – 12 songs
Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something – Home – Pop/Rock
Big Me – Foo Fighters – Foo Fighters – Alternative
Iris – The Goo Goo Dolls – Dizzy Up the Girl – Alternative
I Alone – Live – Throwing Copper – Alternative
Dreamworld – Midnight Oil – Diesel and Dust – New Wave
Pennyroyal Tea – Nirvana – In Utero – Grunge
Closing Time – Semisonic – Feeling Strangely Fine – Alternative
Know Your Enemy – Rage Against the Machine – Rage Against the Machine– Hard Rock
Friday I’m In Love – The Cure – Wish – New Wave
Jet City Woman – Queensrÿche – Empire – Hard Rock

2000’s – 15 Songs
The Ballad of Hugo Chavez – Arkells – Jackson Square - Rock
Radio #2 – The Ataris – So Long, Astoria – Rock
The Quiet Things No One Ever Knows – Brand New – Deja Entendu – Alternative
42 – Coldplay – Viva La Vida –Alternative
You Found Me – The Fray – The Fray - Alternative
O Green World – Gorillaz – Demon Days - Alternative
Walkie Talkie Man – Stereogram – Schmack - Rock
I.G.W.T. – Stryper – Reborn - Metal
Gimme Sympathy – Metric – Fantasies – Pop/ Rock
The Shock of the Lightning – Oasis – Dig out Your Soul – Rock
You! Me! Dancing! – Los Campesinos! – Now Hold On Youngster – Indie Rock
Soulweeper – Volbeat – The Strength/the Sound/the Songs – Metal
Romantic Rights – Death From Above 1979 – You’re a Woman, I’m A Machine – Punk
Invaders Must Die – The Prodigy – Invaders Must Die – Techno
Rome – Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix – Indie Rock
Shut-Up and Smile – Bowling for Soup – A Hangover You Don’t Deserve – Pop/Rock

2010’s – 9 songs
Garbage Truck – Sex Bob-Omb – Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Original Soundtrack – Rock
Boyfriend – Best Coast – Crazy for You – Indie Rock
Howlin’ For You – The Black Keys – Brothers – Indie Rock
Triple Spiral – Bright Eyes – The People’s Key – Indie Rock
Rocket Skates – Deftones – Diamond Eyes – Metal
Brian Eno – MGMT – Congratulations – Indie Rock
A Stitch in Time – Smashing Pumpkins – Teagarden by Kaleidoscope – Alternative
By The Sword (Feat. Andrew Stockdale)- Slash – Slash – Hard Rock
Power – Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Rap

Well thanks. Please comment and check back for tiers and stuff soon!

Comments

  • I_Love_YouI_Love_You Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    Really good up through 80's, kinda falters for me from 90's on. But it's a good setlist.
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    RoxorSpade;4397131 said:
    this is something I've been working on a couple of years on
    How the hell , really?
    RoxorSpade;4397131 said:
    Please comment

    I find it extremely lacking in metal :/
  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    I_Love_You;4397144 said:
    Really good up through 80's, kinda falters for me from 90's on. But it's a good setlist.

    Yeah I thought my 90's picks were a little shaky too
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited May 2011
    Too much alternative, too much 10s for the decade that isn't even a quarter over and there's no prog ("Land of Confusion" is not a prog song).

    Also, there's no punk and very little metal.
  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    Well I don't listen to that much metal or punk so that explains it, but thanks for the opinions
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    Well if theres ever a V1.1 or a V2.0 , just throw in a 1984-1991 Metallica song & a song by Avenged Sevenfold and I'd claim that I'd buy it just on that basis lol , that would probably cut it for plenty of people
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited May 2011
    Snitsky;4397185 said:
    Well if theres ever a V1.1 or a V2.0 , just throw in a 1984-1991 Metallica song & a song by Avenged Sevenfold and I'd claim that I'd buy it just on that basis lol , that would probably cut it for plenty of people

    Or the OP can be inventive and add metal bands that aren't in the game yet.
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    FlyGuyLXI;4397203 said:
    Or the OP can be inventive and add metal bands that aren't in the game yet.

    But that wouldn't make more copies of it fly off the shelf if it was a real game , you gotta throw in the bands that people practically worship to get those boxes flying off the shelf imo

    Sure you could load up RB4 with Amorphis , Finntroll , Amon Amarth , whatever... but thats not gonna particularly sway many people like Metallica , A7X , or something like that would

    I mean , you throw "Fade to black" and "Buried alive" on RB4 and hot damn I and countless others would approve of the list even if the other 82 songs are all Bruno Mars..............
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited May 2011
    I actually think Amon Amarth would help the game sell. They're one of the most surfaced melodeath bands right next to Children of Bodom.

    The point of the setlist is, yes, to try to convince people, but also to be inventive. I favor the 75/25 trick.
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    You're probably right on Amon Amarth , bad example on my part but the other 2 would be stupid ideas yeah

    I actually can't beleive RB doesn't have a single song by them , or Arch Enemy , or Dark Tranquillity , or In Flames , or Caracass.... etc... Does HMX HATE Melodeath metal? -_-
  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    Snitsky;4397213 said:
    But that wouldn't make more copies of it fly off the shelf if it was a real game , you gotta throw in the bands that people practically worship to get those boxes flying off the shelf imo

    Sure you could load up RB4 with Amorphis , Finntroll , Amon Amarth , whatever... but thats not gonna particularly sway many people like Metallica , A7X , or something like that would

    I mean , you throw "Fade to black" and "Buried alive" on RB4 and hot damn I and countless others would approve of the list even if the other 82 songs are all Bruno Mars..............

    A) I find it really amusing that all the metal guys are commenting on this :P
    B) I enjoy some commercial metal, but not a lot of non commercial metal.
    C) Since when did this turn into a profit thing. If I wanted to make a setlist that would fly off the sheves I would include pointless pop songs and a bunch of commerciial crap. Instead, I decided to throw a little bit of everything (except metal and punk because i really don't listen to that stuff too much). Plus, I really dig the indie scene and like it when games don't try to please everybody, but rather, let some people really enjoy it. Which is what I think the point of posting setlsts is, letting people enjoy it. And yes, there will probably be a 1.1 or something along those lines.
  • TuleRuneTuleRune Rising Star
    edited May 2011
    Snitsky;4397213 said:
    But that wouldn't make more copies of it fly off the shelf if it was a real game , you gotta throw in the bands that people practically worship to get those boxes flying off the shelf imo

    Sure you could load up RB4 with Amorphis , Finntroll , Amon Amarth , whatever... but thats not gonna particularly sway many people like Metallica , A7X , or something like that would

    I mean , you throw "Fade to black" and "Buried alive" on RB4 and hot damn I and countless others would approve of the list even if the other 82 songs are all Bruno Mars..............

    Twilight of the Thunder God is the most downloaded Guitar Hero song.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited May 2011
    Not too bad I suppose. Your amount of 10's is fine imo, let's not forget that GH5 had something like half of the setlist from just 2008/2009 or so.
  • SnitskySnitsky Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    kingtonyx;4397282 said:
    Not too bad I suppose. Your amount of 10's is fine imo, let's not forget that GH5 had something like half of the setlist from just 2008/2009 or so.

    And then they failed and went on hiatus

    The facts baffle me lets look at this

    1.Apparently almost all players of RB don't play expert/pro. So I now would assume most RB players are very casual and not in any way elitist or researched into obscure or signifigantly old music. I also assume that RB being a video game and all that its players are mostly between 12-30 yrs old and therefore probably even further less researched into old stuff

    2.Then the beatles RB signifigantly does better than green day RB even though the games playerbase is (amsumed to be) young people who play on easy mode?

    3.Guitar hero makes an awesome metal/modern song list game and goes out of business so to speak

    So what the hell? Rock Bands main target players must be very complex odd individuals.... Too casual to play above medium... and apparently actually too old to know or care about Amon amarth/Arch Enemy/Children of bodom etc and let it go out of business , but will swarm to a beatles game like moths to a light?

    So are the majority of RBs players actually like 57 year olds with no hand-eye coordination? OMG I'VE DISCOVERED THE SECRET!
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    I thought your setlist had a waaayy better 90s decade than most RB4 setlists. Some of these I've seen recently have like 8 90s tracks full of really lame songs, you've got some really good stuff.

    A lot of the songs 00s-10s, I've never heard of. Lots of b-sides, lots of lesser hits. Kinda falls apart for me after the 90s.
  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    tdc002;4398119 said:
    I thought your setlist had a waaayy better 90s decade than most RB4 setlists. Some of these I've seen recently have like 8 90s tracks full of really lame songs, you've got some really good stuff.

    A lot of the songs 00s-10s, I've never heard of. Lots of b-sides, lots of lesser hits. Kinda falls apart for me after the 90s.

    Yeah, I used a lot of b-sides. I probably should put more big songs in it because personally, big songs make a big game.
    Edit:
    By the way, I tiered the 60s songs. I'll do the rest when im not so lazy.
  • I_Love_YouI_Love_You Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    RoxorSpade;4397170 said:
    Well I don't listen to that much metal or punk so that explains it, but thanks for the opinions

    Yeah you gotta be careful of that; you're definitely going to tend towards music you listen to, but to appeal to the broad audience there's got to be some of everything.

    I know I have trouble forcing myself not to do that.
  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited May 2011
    I_Love_You;4398790 said:
    Yeah you gotta be careful of that; you're definitely going to tend towards music you listen to, but to appeal to the broad audience there's got to be some of everything.

    I know I have trouble forcing myself not to do that.

    Which is where the 1.0 part of the name suggests. Just send me some songs that you guys would like in there and ill listen to them and maybe put them in. I don't want this to be an exclusively mine setlist, i want a little feedback and community content.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited May 2011
    Takin' Care Of Business is from the 70s, not 80s.

    Otherwise, I would buy this just for the 60s, 70s.
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