DanManRocker's Rock Band 4 and Lego Rock Band 2 Setlists

DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
edited May 2012 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Ya... I made two setlists this time. Because I felt like making predictions. Not sure how it will go, but I'm doing in anyways. I felt like putting both here, because I don't feel like going from one setlist thread to another. So, enjoy.

(NOTE: "-"s mean Big Rock Endings.)

Rock Band 4:


(7 songs)

Tutti Frutti by Little Richard (Classic Rock, 1955)
Roll Over Beethoven by Chuck Berry (Classic Rock, 1956)
Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Rock (Classic Rock, 1957)
Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis (Classic Rock, 1957)
Tequila by The Champs (Classic Rock, 1958)
Yakety Yak by The Coasters (Classic Rock, 1958) –
Rave On by Buddy Holly (Classic Rock, 1958)


(15 songs)

Misirlou by Dick Dale and His Del-Tones (Classic Rock, 1962)
On Broadway by The Drifters (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1963)
Loiue Louie by The Kingsmen (Classic Rock, 1963)
House of the Rising Sun by The Animals (Classic Rock, 1964)
Like A Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan (Classic Rock, 1965)
Summer In The City by The Lovin’ Spoonful (Pop/Rock, 1966)
Respect by Aretha Franklin (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1967)
My Back Pages by The Byrds (Classic Rock, 1967)
Magic Carpet Ride by Steppenwolf (Classic Rock, 1968)-
White Room by Cream (Classic Rock, 1968) –
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida by Iron Butterfly (Classic Rock, 1968)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock, 1968)
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man by Bob Seger (Classic Rock, 1968)-
21st Century Schizoid Man by King Crimson (Progressive, 1969) -
Make Me Smile by Chicago (Classic Rock, 1969)


(38 songs)

Make It With You by Bread (Rock, 1970)
Woodstock by Crossby, Stills, Nash, and Young (Classic Rock, 1970) -
Lucky Man by Emerson, Lake, and Palmer (Progressive, 1970)
Iron Man by Black Sabbath (Metal, 1970)
Fun House by The Stooges (Punk Rock, 1970)
Layla by Derek And The Dominoes (Rock, 1970)
Call Me The Breeze by Lynyrd Skynrd (Southern Rock, 1971)
Fireball by Deep Purple (Classic Rock, 1971) -
Oye Como Va by Carlos Santana (Latin, 1971)
Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey by Paul and Linda McCartney (Classic Rock, 1971) -
Hold Your Head Up by Argent (Rock, 1972)
Concrete Jungle by Bob Marley and the Wailers (Reggae/Ska, 1972)
Stuck In The Middle by Stealers Wheel (Rock, 1972)
Lady Stardust by David Bowie (Glam, 1972)
Dream On by Aerosmith (Rock, 1973)
Personality Crisis by New York Dolls (Glam, 1973)
Hooked on a Feeling by Blue Swede (Pop/Rock, 1973)
Takin’ Care of Business by Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Rock, 1974)-
Candle In The Wind by Elton John (Pop/Rock, 1974)
Astronomy by Blue Oyster Cult (Progressive, 1974)
Slow Ride by Foghat (Rock, 1975) -
Thunder Road by Bruce Springsteen (Classic Rock, 1975)
This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the Both of Us by Sparks (Glam, 1974)
Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off the Sucker) by Parliament (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1976)
Car Wash by Rolls Royce (Other, 1976)
New Kid In Town by Eagles (Country, 1976)
Tyrant by Judas Priest (Metal, 1976) -
Blinded by the Light by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (Progressive, 1976)
Stargazer by Rainbow (Metal, 1977)
Cat Scratch Fever by Ted Nugent (Rock, 1977) -
Double Vision by Foreigner (Classic Rock, 1978) –
Straight On by Heart (Classic Rock, 1978)
Le Freak by Chic (Other, 1978)
Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf (Progressive, 1979)
Cars by Gary Numan (New Wave, 1979)
Silly Thing by The Sex Pistols (Punk Rock, 1979) –
Doctor Doctor by UFO (Rock, 1979)
Forever In Blue Jeans by Neil Diamond (Pop/Rock, 1979)


(43 songs)

Atomic by Blondie (New Wave, 1980)
I’m a Rebel by Accept (Metal, 1980)
Don’t You Remember Rock And Roll Radio? by The Ramones (Punk, 1980)
What I Like About You by The Romantics (Rock, 1980)
The Stroke by Billy Squier (Rock, 1981)
Hold On Tight by ELO (Rock, 1981)
Physical by Olivia Newton-John (Pop/Rock, 1981)
The Best of Times by Styx (Classic Rock, 1981)
Tag Team by Anvil (Metal, 1982) -
Athena by The Who (Classic Rock, 1982)
Africa by Toto (New Wave, 1982)
Vacation by The Go-Gos (New Wave, 1982)
Space Age Love Song by A Flock of Seagulls (New Wave, 1982)
99 Luftballoons (Original Version) by Nena (New Wave, 1982)
Metal Storm/Face The Slayer by Slayer (Metal, 1983)
Karma Chameleon by Culture Club (New Wave, 1983)
King of Pain by The Police (Pop/Rock, 1983)
One Thing Leads To Another by The Fixx (New Wave, 1983)
*** On Feel The Noise by Quiet Riot (Metal, 1983) -
Straight From the Heart by Bryan Adams (Rock, 1983)
I Will Dare by The Replacements (Alternative, 1984)
Run To You by Bryan Adams (Rock, 1984)
Like A Virgin by Madonna (Pop/Rock, 1984)
Panama by Van Halen (Rock, 1984)
Spiritwalker by The Cult (Rock, 1984) -
Careless Whisper by George Michael (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1984)
Medusa by Anthrax (Metal, 1985)
A View To Kill by Duran Duran (New Wave, 1985)
The Cheerleaders by The Minutemen(Alternative, 1985)
(He's Back) The Man Behind The Mask by Alice Cooper (Rock, 1986)
Princes of The Universe by Queen (Classic Rock, 1986)
Invisible Touch by Genesis (Pop/Rock, 1986)
Over The Hills and Far Away by Gary Moore (Rock, 1986)
It’s Tricky by Run-DMC (Hip-Hop/Rap, 1987)
Armaggedon It by Def Leppard (Rock, 1987)
La Bamba by Los Lobos (Latin, 1987)
Bad by Michael Jackson (Pop/Rock, 1987)
Heart And Soul by The Monkees (Rock, 1987)
Got My Mind Set On You by George Harrison (Rock, 1987)
The Flame by Cheap Trick (Rock, 1988)
Love Shack by The B-52s (New Wave, 1989)
Play With Me by Extreme (Glam, 1989)
Cha-la Head-Cha-La by Hironobu Kageyama (J-Rock, 1989)
Youth Gone Wild by Skid Row (Metal, 1989)-


(29 songs)

Cowboys From Hellby Pantera (Metal, 1990)
Sliver by Nirvana (Grunge, 1990)
Shiny Happy People by R.E.M. (Alternative, 1991)
Home Sweet Home by Motley Crue (Metal, 1991)
Psychobilly Freakout by The Reverend Horton Heat (Rock, 1990)
U Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer (Hip-Hop/Rock, 1990)
God Gave Rock and Roll to You II by KISS (Rock, 1991) -
Winds of Change by Scorpions (Rock, 1991)
Them Bones by Alice In Chains (Grunge, 1992)
She Never Told Me She Was A Mime by Weird Al Yankovic (Novelty, 1993)
Loser by Beck (Alternative, 1993)
Animate by Rush (Progressive, 1993)
Mr. Jones by Counting Crows (Alternative, 1993)
Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm by Crash Test Dummies (Alternative, 1993)
Only Happy When It Rains by Garbage (Alternative, 1995)
Sell Out by Reel Big Fish (Reggae/Ska, 1996)
Santeria by Sublime (Reggae/Ska, 1996)
Karma Police by Radiohead (Alternative, 1997)
Come On Eileen by Save Ferris (Reggae/Ska, 1997)
Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve (Alternate, 1997)
1979 by Smashing Pumpkins (Alternative, 1997)
Fly Away by Lenny Kravitz (Rock, 1998)
Remember Me by Journey (Rock, 1998)
Tainted Love by The Living End (Punk Rock, 1998)
Rock This Town by Brian Setzer Orchestra (Jazz, 1998)
Closing Time by Semisonic (Grunge, 1998)
Voodoo by Godsmack (Metal, 1999)
Canned Heat by Jamiroquai (Other, 1999)
When Worlds Collide by Powerman 5000 (Metal, 1999)


(41 songs)

With Arms Wide Open by Creed (Grunge, 2000)
Drive by Incubus (Alternative, 2000)
Hanging By A Moment by Lifehouse (Grunge, 2000)
She Needs Rock And Roll by Motley Crue (Metal, 2000)
Monster Mash by The Misfits (Punk, 2001)
Soak Up The Sun by Sheryl Crow (Pop/Rock, 2002)
Wonder Boy by Tenacious D (Metal, 2002)
Obstacle 1by Interpol (Indie Rock, 2002)
Overdrive by Foo Fighters (Alternative, 2002)
Agony Is My Name by Rhapsody (Metal, 2002)
Hey Ya by Outkast (Hip-Hop/Rap, 2003)
Sweet Amber by Metallica (Metal, 2003)
Life of a Salesman by Yellowcard (Emo, 2003)
Can’t Stop by Red Hot Chili Peppers (Alternative, 2003)
Too Far Gone by The All-American Rejects (Emo, 2003)
Valley of the Damned by Dragonforce (Metal, 2003) –
The Dark of the Matinee by Franz Ferdinand (Indie Rock, 2003)
Tangled Up In Me by Skye Sweetnam (Pop/Rock, 2004)
Walkie Talkie Man by Steriogram (Punk, 2004) -
Vertigo by U2 (Alternative, 2004)
Somebody Told Me by The Killers (Alternative, 2004)
Slither by Velvet Revolver (Metal, 2004)
Dandelion by Audioslave (Alternative, 2005)
In My Place by Coldplay (Alternative, 2005)
So Here We Are(Positive Tension) by Bloc Party (Indie Rock, 2005)
Disappear by Hoobastank (Grunge, 2005)
I Bet You Look Good on The Dancefloor by The Arctic Monkeys (Indie Rock, 2005)
Over My Head (Cable Car) by The Fray (Alternative, 2005)
Foxy Foxy by Rob Zombie (Metal, 2006)
Keep Holding On by Avril Lavine (Pop/Rock, 2006)
How Far We've Come by Matchbox Twenty (Alternative, 2007)
Our Time Now by Plain White T’s (Pop/Rock, 2007)
Oh! The Casino?! by The Fall Of Troy (Metal, 2007)
End of the World by Armor For Sleep (Emo, 2007)
Dashboard by Modest Mouse (Indie Rock, 2007)
Land of the Dead by Voltaire (Other, 2007)
Thunderhorse by Deathklok (Metal, 2007) –
Use Somebody by Kings of Leon (Alternative, 2008)
Uprising by Muse (Alternative, 2009)
Rain by Mika (Alternative, 2009)
Oblivion by Mastadon (Metal, 2009)


(5 songs)

Sing by My Chemical Romance (Alternative, 2010)
Forget You by Cee Lo Green (R&B/Soul/Funk, 2010)
Fever by Bullet For My Valentine (Metal, 2010)
Warrior by Disturbed (Metal, 2010)
When We Stand Together by Nickelback (Alternative, 2011)

Emo: 1
Country: 1
Punk: 6
Southern Rock: 1
Latin: 2
Reggae/Ska: 4
Glam: 4
Rock: 27
Metal: 25
New Wave: 10
Indie: 5
J-Rock: 1
Jazz: 1
Prog: 6
R&B/Soul/Funk :5
Pop: 17
Classic Rock: 27
Grunge: 6
Other: 4
Hip-Hop/Rap: 3
Alternative: 23
Novelty: 1

Rock Band 4 stuff:

- $49.99 – Game disc only

-$54.99- Game and Microphone

-$62.99- Game and Guitar

-$66.99- Game and Pro Guitar

-$68.99- Game and Drum Set

-$143.99- Game bundle, includes all instruments

-Accessories and instruments can be sold separately

- 184 songs on disc

- Available on the PS3, XBOX 360, and Wii as a launch title.

- Improved and expanded wardrobe (also allows players to import clothes from Rock Band 3.)

- New wardrobe categories

- A World Tour mode that starts off where Rock Band 2 left off. You can travel across the world with your friends at home, with local players, and with players across the world! And instead of unlocking venues one at a time, the game allows the player to access all venues from the start. Also unlike the last game, there will be no roadies and managers, you don’t have to switch difficulties to play the really hard songs, there are no battles available in this mode, and players won’t need transportation methods to get from one venue to another. A similarity to the Road Challenges will be the playlists. And just like the second game, three to five songs will be shown in each venue including two to three playlists. One single venue will feature the Endless Setlist 4.

- Road Challenges will still be available to access new clothes. Players can also have the power to create their own road challenges, using venues.

- Quickplay can be played apart from the World Tour, battles and custom set-lists can still be available in this mode, and it now has the feature to select the venue you want to play for the selected song/setlist

- Record mode: In this new mode, you can record and chart songs that you play with all instruments. Similar to the one used in the fourth to sixth Guitar Heroes, but there are improved features. Different features: The lyrics can be seen on the screen, there are additional instrument effects (you can choose where you want to place the clapping, etc.), you can switch from regular to pro mode, an improved system of how to play chords, there is no rhythm guitar, you can change the style of the song within the song (like from New Wave to Metal, although the song will be labeled “Other”) and a keyboard chart is added. Features similar to the Guitar Hero version is switching instrument charts with only one instrument (but the keyboard chart can only be accessed by the keyboard itself), labeling the song, choosing how long notes are held, and playing the song for testing. Songs can be saved and can be put on the new mode: “Power To The People!”

- Power To The People! Mode: a mode where you can download custom made songs from other players. And there is no price to download songs.

- All other features are the same


Anchorage, Alaska
Hana, Hawaii
Los Angeles, California
Austin, Texas
Virginia, Minnesota
Leadville, Colorado
New York, New York
Palm Beach, Florida
Kidwelly, Great Britain
Donaguile, Ireland
Backnang, Germany
Pontorson, France
Madrid, Spain
Nettuno, Italy
Biysk, Russia
Andirin, Turkey
Warangle, India
Beijing, China
Tokyo, Japan
Port Lincoln, South Australia
Sishen, South Africa
Carauari, Brazil
Victoria, British Columbia
Rioverde, Mexico

DLC: http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=220692&p=4424447&viewfull=1#post4424447

TOP 5 categories: http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=220692&p=4509341&viewfull=1#post4509341

Rock Band Blitz Setlist:



  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Lego Rock Band 2

    WARNING: POWER CHALLENGES ARE THOSE CHALLENGES THAT HAPPEN LIKE IN THE FIRST L:RB. Since this setlist is 84 songs, there will be 12 power challenges this time.

    (BREs here too.)

    Guest artists:

    Elvis Presley
    Freddie Mercury
    Mick Jagger
    Kenny Loggins
    David Bowie
    Kelly Clarkson



    (4 songs)

    Rock Around The Clock by Bill Haley And His Comets (Classic Rock, 1954) *power challenge*
    Hound Dog by Elvis Presley (Classic Rock, 1956) *power challenge*
    Lollipop by The Chordettes (Classic Rock, 1958) *power challenge*
    Johnny B. Goode by Chuck Berry (Classic Rock, 1958)


    (9 songs)

    Surfin' USA by The Beach Brothers (Classic Rock, 1963)-
    Route 66 by The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock, 1964)
    Do You Believe In Magic? by The Lovin’ Spoonful (Pop/Rock, 1965) *power challenge*
    The Kids Are Alright by The Who (Classic Rock, 1966)
    Soul Man by Sam And Dave (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1967) -
    Sunshine of Your Love by Cream (Classic Rock, 1968)
    Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf (Classic Rock, 1968) *power challenge* -
    Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond (Pop/Rock, 1969)
    Maybe by Janis Joplin (Classic Rock, 1969)


    (25 songs)

    It Don’t Come Easy by Ringo Starr (Pop/Rock, 1971)
    I Just Want To Celebrate by Rare Earth (Rock, 1971)
    Express Yourself by Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1971)
    Dancing In The Moonlight by King Harvest (Pop/Rock, 1972) *power challenge*
    Starman by David Bowie (Glam, 1972)
    A Horse With No Name by America (Country, 1972)
    Saturday In The Park by Chicago (Classic Rock, 1972)
    Rockin' Down The Highway by The Doobie Brothers (Classic Rock, 1972) -
    Bennie And The Jets by Elton John (Classic Rock, 1974)
    Get Down Tonight by KC and The Sunshine Band (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1975)
    Fox On The Run by Sweet (Glam, 1975)
    Show Me The Way by Peter Frampton (Classic Rock, 1975)
    Shout It Out Loud by KISS (Glam, 1976) *power challenge*
    Silly Love Songs by The Wings (Pop/Rock, 1976)
    Roots Rock Reggae by Bob Marley (Reggae/Ska, 1976)
    Don't Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John (Pop/Rock, 1976)
    Jungle Love by Steve Miller (Rock, 1977) *power challenge*
    Give A Little Bit by Supertramp (Rock, 1977)
    [B]Move It On Over[/B] by George Thorogood (Rock, 1978)
    Hold The Line by Toto (Rock, 1978)
    Mr. Blue Sky by ELO (Pop/Rock, 1978)
    Cheap Sunglasses by ZZ Top (Classic Rock, 1979)
    Light The Sky On Fire by Jefferson Starship (Rock, 1979)
    Old Time Rock And Roll by Bob Seger (Classic Rock, 1979) -


    (27 songs)

    Celebration by Kool And The Gang (Other, 1980) - *power challenge*
    9 to 5 by Dolly Parton (Country, 1980)
    Shake A Tail Feather by Ray Charles (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1980)-
    Magic by Olivia Newton John (Pop/Rock, 1980) -
    Funkytown by Lipps. Inc. (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1980) *power challenge*
    Flash's Theme by Queen (Classic Rock, 1980) *power challenge*
    You Make My Dreams by Hall & Oates (Pop/Rock, 1981)
    The Safety Dance by Men Without Hats (New Wave, 1982)
    Heat of The Moment by Asia (Progressive, 1982) -
    I Melt With You by Modern English (New Wave, 1982)
    I Want Candy by Bow Wow Wow (New Wave, 1982)
    Running With The Night by Lionel Richie (Pop/Rock, 1983)
    Mr. Roboto by Styx (Rock, 1983)
    Say Say Say by Michael Jackson and Paul Mc.Caurtney (Pop/Rock, 1983) *power challenge*
    I Wanna Rock by Twisted Sister (Glam, 1984) -
    Jump by Van Halen (Rock, 1984)
    Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham! (New Wave, 1984)
    Footloose by Kenny Loggins (Pop/Rock, 1984)
    You’re The Best by Joe Esposito (Pop/Rock, 1984)
    Thriller by Michael Jackson (Pop/Rock, 1984) *power challenge*
    Dancing In The Street by David Bowie and Mick Jagger (Rock, 1985) *power challenge*
    Don’t You (Forget About Me) by Simple Minds (New Wave, 1985)
    A Kind of Magic by Queen (Classic Rock, 1986)
    Hip To Be Square by Huey Lewis And The News (New Wave, 1986)
    Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung (New Wave, 1986) -
    Danger Zone by Kenny Loggins (Rock, 1986)
    I Hate Myself For Loving You by Joan Jett (Punk Rock, 1988)


    (15 songs)

    Vogue by Madonna (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 1990)- *power challenge*
    Groove Is In The Heart by Dee-lite (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1990)
    Ultraviolet (Light My Way) by U2 (Alternative, 1991)
    (Everything I Do) I Do It For You by Bryan Adams (Rock, 1991)
    Let’s Get Rocked by Def Leppard (Rock, 1992)
    Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus (County, 1992)
    The Majesty of Rock by Spinal Tap (Metal, 1992) - *power challenge*
    Go Go Power Rangers by the Power Rangers Orchestra (Other, 1995) *power challenge*
    Impression That I Get by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (Reggae/Ska, 1997)
    I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing by Aerosmith (Rock, 1998)
    [B]…Baby One More Time[/B] by Britney Spears (Pop/Rock, 1998)
    Iris by The Goo Goo Dolls (Alternative, 1998) *power challenge*
    I Belong To You by Lenny Kravitz (Rock, 1998)
    I Want It That Way by Backstreet Boys (Pop/Rock, 1998)
    In The Street by Cheap Trick (Rock, 1998)


    (16 songs)

    Still Loving You by The Scorpions & The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Rock, 2000)
    [B]I’m A Believer [/B]by Smash Mouth (Alternative, 2000) -
    Complicated by Avril Lavigne (Pop/Rock, 2002)
    Walk Away by Kelly Clarkson (Pop/Rock, 2004)
    The Reason by Hoobastank (Alternative, 2004)
    Let’s Get It Started by Black-Eyed Peas (Hip-Hop/Rap, 2004)
    My Best Friend by Weezer (Alternative, 2005)
    Speed of Sound by Coldplay (Alternative, 2005) *power challenge*
    Far Away by Nickelback (Alternative, 2006)
    Crazy by Gnarls Barkley (R&B/Soul/Funk, 2006) *power challenge*
    Young Folks by Peter Bjorn and John (Indie, 2006)
    It Ends Tonight by The All American Rejects (Emo, 2006)
    Shut Up And Drive by Rihanna (Pop/Rock, 2007) *power challenge*
    So Long Goodbye by Sum 41 (Punk Rock, 2007)
    Love Story by Taylor Swift (Country, 2008) *power challenge*
    My Life Would Suck Without You by Kelly Clarkson (Pop/Rock, 2009)


    (2 songs)

    Ready To Start by Arcade Fire (Indie Rock, 2010)
    [B]Rolling In The Deep[/B] by Adele (Pop/Rock, 2011)

    Lego Rock Band 2 stuff

    - $39.99 – Game disc only

    -$47.99- Game and Guitar

    -Import key is another ten dollars

    -Accessories and instruments are also sold separately

    - 93 songs on disc

    - Available on the PS3, XBOX 360, and Wii as a launch title.

    - - Guest artists!

    - A World Tour mode that starts off where Lego Rock Band 2 left off.

    - You can import this game for other games for $10.

    - Free Play mode includes how to do duets

    - All other features are the same.


    Clock Tower
    Candy Store
    Carnival Tent
    Explosives Factory
    Proscenium Theater
    Outer Space
    Wild Wild West
    King’s Palace


    New Wave-7
    Progressive- 1
    Other- 2
    Classic Rock-18
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    They are both very good lists. But it's very unfun to read them. Try to fix your format, okay? I liked the Lego one better but they were both good!
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Rock Band Blitz Set-list:

    60s: (2 songs)

    Get Off of My Cloud by The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock, 1965) -
    Mother Popcorn by James Brown (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1969) -

    70s: (6 songs)

    Don't Rock My Boat by Bob Marley (Reggae/Ska, 1971)
    Changes by David Bowie (Glam, 1971)
    Crazy On You by Heart (Classic Rock, 1976)
    I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend by The Ramones (Punk Rock, 1976) -
    Dance The Night Away by Van Halen (Classic Rock, 1979) -
    Reggata De Blanc by The Police (Pop/Rock, 1979)

    80s: (10 songs)

    Abracadabra by Steve Miller (Classic Rock, 1981)
    Jessie's Girl by Rick Springfield (Rock, 1981)
    I'm Still Standing by Elton John (Pop/Rock, 1982)
    Metal Health (Bang Your Head) by Quiet Riot (Metal, 1983) -

    Shakedown by Bob Seger (Pop/Rock, 1984) -
    [B] Shout by Tears for Fears (New Wave, 1984)[/B]
    Jungle Man by Red Hot Chili Peppers (Alternative, 1985) -
    Gypsy Road by Cinderella (Metal, 1988) -
    Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Great White (Rock, 1989)
    Cult of Personality by Living Colour (Metal, 1988)

    90s: (8 songs)

    Dreams by The Cranberries (Alternative, 1992)
    Shine by Collective Soul (Grunge, 1994)
    Hail, Hail by Pearl Jam (Grunge, 1996) -
    Big Me by Foo Fighters (Alternative, 1997) -
    Thinking of You by Lenny Kravitz (Rock, 1998)
    One Week by Barenaked Ladies (Alternative, 1998)
    Larger Than Life by Backstreet Boys (Pop/Rock, 1999) -
    Your Horoscope For Today by Weird Al Yankovic (Novelty, 1999)

    00s: (6 songs)

    Beautiful Day by U2 (Rock, 2000) -
    Always by Blink-182 (Punk Rock, 2004) -
    The Wicker Man by Iron Maiden (Metal, 2000)
    Knights of Cydonia by Muse (Alternative, 2006) -
    A Little Less Sixteen Candles by Fall Out Boy (Alternative, 2006)
    Don't Stop The Music by Rihanna (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2007)

    10s: (5 songs)

    Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People (Alternative, 2010) -
    Diamond Eyes by Shinedown (Rock, 2010)
    Raise Your Glass by P!ink (Pop/Rock, 2010)
    We Are Young by fun. (Indie Rock, 2011)
    Kids in the Street by All-American Rejects (Alternative, 2012)
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    DanManRocker;4412573 said:
    Is it because I have no spaces between each?

    Or should I arrange the genres too?

    The spaces is kind an issue, but also, there really isn't any format in it. It's just words. Try bolding the artist, song, or genre.

    You don't really need to arrange the genres.
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
  • SmirnoffSmirnoff Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    On your RB4 list I feel like the 00s/10s section are weak and lacking in metal and the absence of Metallica is highly disturbing....... but otherwise pretty good list 7.5/10

    On your LRB2 list I feel like you hit the nail on the head , it felt like I was reading spoilers for LRB2s song list thats how realistic the choices felt 10/10
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Lego Rock Band 2

    - $39.99 – Game disc only

    $47.99- Game and Guitar

    Import key is another ten dollars

    -Accessories and instruments are also sold separately

    - 85 songs on disc

    - Available on the PS3, XBOX 360, and Wii as a launch title.

    - - Guest artists!

    - A World Tour mode that starts off where Lego Rock Band 2 left off.

    - You can import this game for other games for $10.

    - Free Play mode includes how to do duets

    - All other features are the same.


    Haunted House
    Wild West
    Street Corner
    Dressing Room
    Explosives Factory
    Candy Store
  • SmirnoffSmirnoff Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    DanManRocker;4412753 said:
    I don't know much 00s/10s metal, nor am a huge fan of modern metal. Scary, right? As for Metallica... I thought it's on the fact that Metallica was hoping to pull of more cash with GH:M, but I guess since the Guitar Hero franichse is gone now, I think Metallica would come back to Rock Band sometimes soon.

    I would like to put a Metallica song in my setlist, but I'll have to see how much songs I have so far.

    94. I would like it to stay that way though, so replacing time. Hm...
    Well theres no metal in the 00s onward on your list except Tenacious D/Dethklok which are mostly just like... comedy bands not to be taken seriously so its definantley lacking in that department

    As a suggestion for putting in modern metal its always a possibility to take oldschool bands who still make new music and throw a newer song in by them. Like Testament/Metallica/Ozzy/Motley Crue/Dream Theater etc still making new music. It could work

    Then theres also newer metal bands who sound like more traditional metal like Triviums 3rd CD , or Black Tides 1st CD or 3 inches of blood sounding like classic metal bands

    Then theres always the route of picking crowd pleaser popular metal bands like A7X , Disturbed , System of a down and/or Bullet for my valentine , etc.

    So like if you picked 1 or 2 from each category there and threw a song in you'd have a better metal representation for the current era

    So for instance , if you threw in "The day that never comes" By Metallica , "Deadly sinners" by 3 inches of blood , and "The warrior" by disturbed (Or something , this is merely an example) then bam! 2000s onward has a decent selection of pretty good and screaming-free metal

    These are just ideas for future lists
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited June 2011
    The Only Exception by Paramore (Alternative, 2010)
    brand new eyes came out in 2009.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Then the "Monster" song I keep hearing about will have to do for now.

    As for metal, I'll go for Old-School band that made new songs. Thing is... I'll have to replace some songs. I might put some of the songs on the RB4 setlist to the LRB setlist. This may take some time though, so I'll need help.

    Wait... I'm not sure if it's FF. Ideas?

    I just realized I miscounted my first setlists' songs. Anyways, after some changes, it's now 93.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Some changes have been made.

    More 2010 and 2000s Metal Songs have been added and replaced some songs.

    Replaced "The Only Exception" by Paramore with "Rolling In The Deep" by Adele.
  • SmirnoffSmirnoff Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    Thumbs up , those simple changes made the 2000s onward section look more appropriate
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Alright, Take On Me is DLC, so that again revises my list.
  • w34kn3ssw34kn3ss Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    I think "Panama" is probably too suggestive to be in Lego. You should probably switch the two VH songs.

    Also, the lack of Guns 'n Roses is disturbing. Put "November Rain" in RB4 and "Sweet Child o' Mine" in LRB2.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    First: Reading from Wikipedia, the song "Panama" is about a car. But I think I'll switch them anyways.

    Second: As much as I like Guns N' Roses, I'm not sure if they'll agree to use their songs in RB for some time. That's why I didn't put any Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, although I don't know Pink Floyd's stance yet. But I heard Led Zeppelin is becoming somewhat interested.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011

    Week 1:

    Good Charlotte 1

    I Just Wanna Live
    Hold On
    Dance Floor Anthem [/U]

    Joan Jett 1

    Do You Wanna Touch Me
    You Don’t Own Me
    Star Star

    Week 2:

    Rock Band: The Beatles export keys and download

    Week 3:

    Rolling Stones 1:

    Sympathy For The Devil
    Honky Tonk Woman
    You Can’t Always Get What You Want
    Brown Sugar
    I Can’t Get No Satisfaction
    Paint It Black
    Can’t You Hear Me Knocking

    Single: Crazy In Love by Beyonce

    Week 4:

    U2 1:

    I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
    Where The Streets Have No Name
    With Or Without You


    Shiver by Coldplay
    Paradise by Coldplay

    Week 5:

    Aerosmith Awesomeness:

    Sweet Emotion
    Love In An Elevator
    Living On The Edge
    Walk This Way (with RUN-DMC)
    Back In The Saddle
    Last Child
    Same Old Song And Dance
    Dude Looks Like A Lady


    Just Feel Better by Santana

    Week 6:

    The Eagles 1:

    Take It Easy
    Life In The Fast Lane
    Hotel California

    Document Album:

    Finest Worksong
    Welcome to the Occupation
    The One I Love
    Last Date

    Week 7:

    Hurley Album:

    Run Away
    Hang On
    Brave New World
    I Want To Be Something

    Single: Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head by B.J. Thomas

    Week 8:

    Rush Pack 4:

    Bastille Day
    A Farewell To Kings
    Seven And Seven Is
    By-Tor And The Snow Dog
    The Twilight Zone

    In The Court of The Crimson King album:

    I Talk To The Wind
    The Court of The Crimson King

    Week 9:


    Monster by Paramore
    Train Kept A Rollin’ by The Yardbirds
    Dashboard by Modest Mouse
    Wheel In The Sky by Journey
    1999 by Prince
    L.A. Blues by The Stooges
    Home by Daughtry

    Week 10:

    Night Ranger Pack 2:

    Don’t Tell Me You Love Me (RB4 version)
    (You Can Still) Rock In America (RB4 version)
    Sing Me Away


    Surfin’ Bird by The Trashmen
    Eyes of a Stranger by Queensryche

    Week 11:

    All American Rejects 2:

    I Wanna
    The Last Song
    The Wind Blows

    Dream Theater 2:

    Pull Me Under
    Through Her Eyes
    Raw Dog


    Objection (Tango) by Shakira

    Week 12:

    Electric Ladyland Album:

    Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)
    Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
    Gyspy Eyes
    1983.... (A Mermain I Should Turn To Be)


    Neon Knights by Black Sabbath

    Week 13:

    OK Go Pack

    Get Over It
    A Million Ways
    Oh Lately It’s So Quiet
    This Too Shall Pass
    The Greatest Song I Ever Heard
    The Muppets Theme Show


    All The Right Moves by OneRepublic

    Week 14:

    James Brown Pack:

    Please Please Please
    Prisoner of Love
    Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag


    Just Want You To Know by Backstreet Boys

    Week 15:

    Muse Mystery 8 Pack:

    Stockholm Syndrome
    Suppermassive Black Hole
    Plug In Baby
    Falling Down

    Week 16:

    Pet Sounds Album

    Wouldn’t It Be Nice
    That’s Not Me
    I’m Waiting For The Day
    Sloop John B
    I Know There’s An Answer
    Caroline, No

    Week 17:

    Cuts Like A Knife Album

    Take Me Back
    Cuts Like A Knife
    Don’t Leave Me Lonely
    The Best Has Yet To Come


    The Devil Went Down To Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band

    Week 18:

    Venus Isle album:

    Venus Isle
    All About You
    Camel’s Night Out
    When The Sun Meets The Sky

    Week 19:

    The Who RB4 versions and singles:

    Who Are You (RB4 version)
    We Won’t Get Fooled Again (RB4 version)
    Pinball Wizard (RB4 version)
    Baba O’ Reilly (RB4 version)
    Behind Blue Eyes (RB4 version)
    My Generation
    Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
    The Seeker
    Don’t Let Go the Coat
    It’s Not Enough

    Week 20:

    Fallen Album

    Week 21:

    Bob Seger Pack 1

    Against The Wind
    Hollywood Nights
    The Fire Inside
    Night Moves
    Roll Me Away
    Turn The Page
    Like A Rock

    Week 22:

    The Doors Pack 2

    Alabama Song
    The End
    Five to One
    Spanish Caravan
    Strange Days
    Waiting For The Sun
    When The Music's Over

    Single: Wipeout by The Surfaris

    Week 23:
    The Musical Pack

    Everybody Rejoice
    Time Warp
    You Can't Stop The Beat

    Week 24:


    Only Time Will Tell by Asia
    When I See You Smile by Bad English
    School of Rock by School of Rock

    Week 25:

    Modern Alternative Rock Pack

    Way Away by Yellowcard
    White Limo by Foo Fighters
    Hearts All Gone by blink-182
    In One Ear by Cage the Elephant
    Breaking the Habit by Linkin Park
    Hump De Bump by Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Week 26

    Led Zeppelin Pack 1

    D'yer Mak'er
    Celebration Day
    Rock And Roll
    Moby Dick
    The Song Remains The Same
    Royal Orleans


    Fury of the Storm by Dragonforce

    Week 27

    Pink Floyd 1

    Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-7)
    Us And Them
    Another Brick In The Wall Part 1/ The Happiest Days of Our Lives/ Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
    Another Brick In The Wall Part 3

    Week 28:

    B52s 1:

    Planet Crane
    Party Out of Bounds
    Song For A Future Generation
    Summer of Love
    Shake That (Cosmic Thing)
    Meet The Flintstones

    Week 29

    Blondie 1:

    Picture This
    The Tide Is High
    I'm Gonna Love You Too
    No Exit

    Week 30

    Contemporary Female Singer Singles:

    Mine by Taylor Swift
    Valerie by Mark Johnson and Amy Winehouse
    Constant Craving by k.d. lang
    Sweet Escape by Gwen Stefani
    Sk8ter Boi[/B by Avril Lavine
    Toxic by Britney Spears
    Since U Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson
    Man I Feel Like A Woman by Shania Twain

    Week 31

    Guns N' Roses Pack 1:

    Welcome To The Jungle
    Sweet Child of Mine
    Paradise City


    Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
    by Cyndi Lauper

    Week 32

    David Bowie 2:

    Life On Mars?
    All The Young Dudes
    Magic Dance


    Week 33

    ZZ Top 1:

    Gimme All Your Loving
    La Grange
    Master of Sparks


    One Thing by Finger Eleven

    Week 34:

    Metallica 1:

    Master of Puppets
    Enter Sandman (RB4 version)
    Battery (RB4 version)
    Seek & Destroy
    Don't Tread On Me
    King Nothing
    No Leaf Clover


    Black Water by The Doobie Brothers

    Week 35

    Kiss 2:

    Love Gun
    God of Thunder
    Let Me Go, Rock N' Roll
    Psycho Circus
    Lick It Up
    Never Enough

    Week 36

    The Police 1:

    Synchronicity 1
    Fall Out
    De Do Do, De Da Da
    Invisible Sun
    Secret Journey


    Stranglehold by Ted Nugent

    Week 37

    Def Leppard 2:

    Rock Brigade
    Love Bites
    Two Steps Behind

    Week 38

    Michael Jackson 1:

    Rock With You
    Smooth Criminal
    Billie Jean
    Black or White


    Kick Out The Jams (Live)
    by Blue Oyster Cult
    No One To Depend One by Carlos Santana

    Week 39

    Heart 1

    Magic Man
    What About Love?
    Kick It Out
    Without You
    Sweet Darlin'

    Week 40

    Bruce Springsteen 1

    Dancing In The Dark
    Born To Run
    Spirit In The Night
    Cadillac Ranch
    Glory Days
    57 Channels (And Nothin' On)
  • Rhapsody_of_IceRhapsody_of_Ice Unsigned
    edited June 2011
    As for the Rock Band 4 setlist, I like it a lot but, in my opinion, you should add the original version of "Move it on Over" (by Hank Williams Sr.) on the 40's... Other than that it looks real good, 8/10 (about the same I gave the first Rock Band)

    Edit: Also, I'd change "Fury of the Storm" to "Valley of the Damned" because VotD seems better suited for Rock Band then FotS, in my opinion.

    As for the LRB2 Setlist, I can't really say much 'cause I haven't listened to most of the songs.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    -As for the Rock Band 4 setlist, I like it a lot but, in my opinion, you should add the original version of "Move it on Over" (by Hank Williams Sr.) on the 40's... Other than that it looks real good, 8/10 (about the same I gave the first Rock Band)

    Didn't you see the George Thorogood version on the L:RB2 side? But I might do something about that.

    Edit: Also, I'd change "Fury of the Storm" to "Valley of the Damned" because VotD seems better suited for Rock Band then FotS, in my opinion.

    I only know a few Dragonforce songs anyway, so I'll gladly do that.

    As for the LRB2 Setlist, I can't really say much 'cause I haven't listened to most of the songs.-
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    The Rock Band 4 setlist has been changed, since Nothing But A Good Time is now DLC.
  • killermurchkillermurch Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    I would buy both games and a lot of the DLC.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    Thanks for the compliment.

    I'm still thinking over on the "Move It On Over" by Hank Williams Senior request for Rock Band 4.

    I'm not sure if it's a good song for THAT game. I'm not sure how many people would be interested in playing that song over and over again. I don't mean that the song isn't great, just... if it will be enjoyable to play. If several people want it on the list, then I'll change my mind.

    The other thing I could do is move George Thorogood's version from L:RB2 to the other setlist. That would mean I would have to find another song to replace it, but I can try to find one suitable for the game.

    Any thoughts?
  • SirDavidTLynchSirDavidTLynch Headliner
    edited June 2011
    Why does Albuquerque show up on so many of these lists? There are so many Weird Al songs that would be so much better on vocals (at least for people who hate talkies), drums, bass (the same two bars for 12 minutes isn't my idea of fun), keys (such as actually having a part), harmonies, and that are four hours shorter and easier for people who don't like the song to put up with.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited June 2011
    I'll see if he has another 90s song that isn't a parody song that has rock material.

    Personally, it is one of his funniest songs. Besides, it's got his name in the title.

    (If you're wondering why on the 90s preference, it's because normal Rock Band Setlists have a good amount of 90s.)

    For now, "She Never Told Me She's A Mime" And "Everything You Know" fit our descriptions. Although, I'm leaning more on the former just because it's an original song that also isn't a parody style of a band.

    I'll replace "Albequerque" with "She Never Told Me She Was A Mime" then.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited July 2011
    The DLC this upcoming week has "For What It's Worth" now, so that's another song gone from my Rock Band 4 set-list.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited July 2011
    With Owner Of A Lonely Heart upcoming DLC, the RB4 set-list has been edited.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    Both lists have been updated.

  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited August 2011
    In my opinion, two of the best ultimate setlists I've seen. I'd buy both right away. Good variety, and amazing choices. I'd also buy most of the DLC. Great job.
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited August 2011
    Both are great setlists. I'd probably buy both. Kudos for choosing Blinded by the Light and Frankenstein. If those were the only good songs on RB4 or LRB2, I'd buy it anyway, lol.
  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited August 2011
    Yeah, I agree. Blinded By The Light = awesome.
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