Roxorspade's Rock Band 4 (Set and Features) [Finalized]

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edited June 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
DLC can be found here:
Play an instrument and sing:
Think your enough of a superstar to sing and play an instrument at the same time? Mimic the likes of thousands of legends before you and play guitar, bass, keys and even drums while you belt out the lyrics to your favourite son. Not only will you get more points, you’ll get more fans too! Charts can be adjusted for ease of sight between the two. Also with harmonies only mode, you can be a backup vocalist exclusively, so that you don’t have to worry about singing all the time.
In depth story mode:
Gone are the days of boring, story-less Rock Band Story Modes. Explore the world with your band and rise to stardom with a little help from your friends and music legends. Make your own choices on where to go next as you journey towards the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and your own place in Rock history! Play legendary venues like Madison Square Gardens and the O2 Arena as you record albums and go on tours to promote them.
Deluxe Edition w/ Free bonus tracks:
Like any good music release, Rock Band 4 (Deluxe Edition) will ship with a slew of extra content including a backstage pass into the offices of Harmonix and the making of the game. The deluxe edition also comes with 10 extra bonus tracks: of your choice! Choose any 10 of the songs on the Rock Band Store and we’ll pick up the tab! The package also comes with a limited edition poster, guitar picks and drum sticks.
In game star appearances:
The Biggest stars in music show up to help you out and to get on stage to rock on with you! The likes of Phil Collins, Bethany Costentino, Mick Jagger and more will rock along with you to their hits as well as help you on your way to your way to stardom.
Studio Mode:
Rock Band 3 introduced Pro Mode. Now Rock Band 4 is taking another leap in the rhythm game industry by adding studio mode. You can now record, edit, release, and chart your own songs via Rock Band Network. Give your songs your own unique touch by using in game effects for your instruments. Add distortion to give your songs a rough edge, add rotary onto your keyboard to get a vintage organ sound, the possibilities are endless. Using Pro Instruments to record the music, you can make your own music and start your own rise to stardom!
Downloadable Tours:
New to Rock Band 4, you can now download entirely new tours to add to your game with new venues and songs. These packs will cost as little as $5 for a small tour with no new songs, or $15 for a huge tour with new songs, and new venues.


  • RoxorSpadeRoxorSpade Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    Hey guys. This is my finalized Rock Band 4 Setlist. Hope you guys enjoy!
    Like a Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited – Classic Rock
    You Really Got Me – The Kinks – Kinks – Classic Rock
    Sympathy For the Devil – The Rolling Stones – Beggar’s Banquet – Classic Rock
    A Hazy Shade of Winter – Simon and Garfunkel – Bookends – Classic Rock
    Born to Be Wild – Steppenwolf – Steppenwolf – Classic Rock
    Takin Care of Business – Bachman – Turner Overdrive – Bachman – Turner Overdrive 2 – Classic Rock
    Rebel Rebel – David Bowie – Diamond Dogs – Glam
    Layla – Derek and the Dominoes – Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs – Classic Rock
    Gut Feeling/Slap Your Mammy – Devo – Q: Are We Not Men? A. We Are Devo! – New Wave
    Wishing Well – Free – Heartbreaker – Classic Rock
    No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who – American Woman – Classic Rock
    Crazy on You – Heart – Dreamboat Annie – Classic Rock
    Art School – The Jam – In the City – Punk
    Wheel in the Sky – Journey – Wheel in the Sky – Classic Rock
    Disorder – Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures – New Wave
    Shout it Out Loud – Kiss – Destroyer – Classic Rock
    Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights) – Pat Travers – Classic Rock
    Baby I Love Your Way (Live) – Peter Frampton – Frampton Comes Alive! – Classic Rock
    Sheena is a Punk Rocker – The Ramones – Rocket to Russia – Punk
    Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band – Book of Dreams – Classic Rock
    Superstition – Stevie Wonder – Talking Book – R&B/Soul/Funk
    Lorelei – Styx – Equinox – Classic Rock
    Love Reign O’er Me – The Who – Quadrophenia – Classic Rock
    Life in the Fast Lane – The Eagles – Hotel California – Classic Rock
    Rock the Casbah – The Clash – Combat Rock – New Wave
    Bad Fun – The Cult – Electric – Hard Rock
    Photograph – Def Leppard – Pyromania – Classic Rock
    Dancing With Myself – Generation X – Kiss Me Deadly - New Wave
    Land of Confusion – Genesis – Invisible Touch – Classic Rock
    Twilight Zone – Golden Earring – Cut – Classic Rock
    Sweet Child O Mine – Guns N Roses – Appetite for Destruction – Classic Rock
    Jack and Diane – John Mellencamp – American Fool – Classic Rock
    Welcome Home (Sanitarium) – Metallica – Master of Puppets – Metal
    Rockin in the Free World – Neil Young – Freedom – Classic Rock
    Shot in the Dark – Ozzy Osbourne – The Ultimate Sin – Metal
    The Holiday Song – The Pixies – Come on Pilgrim – Alternative
    King of Pain – The Police – Synchronicity – New Wave
    Knock Me Down – Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Mother’s Milk – Alternative
    Where the Streets Have No Name – U2 – The Joshua Tree – New Wave
    Jump – Van Halen – 1984 – Classic Rock
    Friday I’m In Love – The Cure – Wish – New Wave
    Big Me – Foo Fighters – Foo Fighters – Alternative
    Iris – The Goo Goo Dolls – Dizzy Up the Girl – Alternative
    Dreamworld – Midnight Oil – Diesel and Dust – New Wave
    Pennyroyal Tea – Nirvana – In Utero – Grunge
    Jet City Woman – Queensryche – Empire – Hard Rock
    Know Your Enemy – Rage Against the Machine – Rage Against the Machine – Alternative
    Bullet with Butterfly Wings – Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - Alternative
    Closing Time – Semisonic – Feeling Strangely Fine – Alternative
    Black Wave / Bad Vibrations – Arcade Fire – Neon Bible – Indie Rock
    Chapter Four – Avenged Sevenfold – Waking the Fallen – Metal
    Shut-Up and Smile – Bowling for Soup – A Hangover You Don’t Deserve – Rock
    Devil in a Midnight Mass – Billy Talent – Billy Talent II – Rock
    The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows – Brand New – Deja Entendu – Indie Rock
    Scream Aim Fire – Bullet for My Valentine – Scream Aim Fire – Metal
    Violet Hill – Coldplay – Viva La Vida – Alternative
    Romantic Rights – Death From Above 1979 – You’re a Woman, I’m A Machine – Rock
    You Found Me – The Fray – The Fray – Pop/Rock
    O Green World – Gorillaz – Demon Days – Alternative
    The Wicker Man – Iron Maiden – Brave New World – Metal
    You! Me! Dancing! – Los Campesinos! – Hold on Now Youngster – Indie Rock
    Oblivion – Mastodon – Crack the Skye – Metal
    Gimme Sympathy – Metric – Fantasies – Pop/Rock
    Knights of Cydonia (Live) – Muse – Haarp – Rock
    Teenagers – My Chemical Romance – The Black Parade – Emo
    We Called It America – NOFX – Coaster – Punk
    The Shock of the Lightning – Oasis – Dig out Your Soul – Alternative
    World Wide Suicide – Pearl Jam – Pearl Jam – Rock
    Invaders Must Die – The Prodigy – Invaders Must Die – Pop/Dance/Electronic
    Burn the Witch – Queens of the Stone Age – Lullabies to Paralyze – Alternative
    Eyes of a Panther – Steel Panther – Feel the Steel – Metal
    Walkie Talkie Man – Steriogram – Shmack – Rock
    I.G.W.T – Stryper – Reborn – Metal
    Darkest Red – The Used – Blessings from a Blackened Sky – Metal
    I Hate Everything about You – Three Days Grace – Three Days Grace – Rock
    Soulweeper – Volbeat – The Strength/The Sound/The Songs – Rock
    Boyfriend – Best Coast – Crazy For You – Indie Rock
    Howlin For You – The Black Keys – Brothers – Rock
    Triple Spiral – Bright Eyes – The People’s Key – Indie Rock
    Rocket Skates – Deftones – Diamond Eyes – Metal
    Power – Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy – Urban
    Brian Eno – MGMT – Congratulations – Indie Rock
    Garbage Truck – Sex Bob-Omb – Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – Alternative
    By the Sword (Feat. Andrew Stockdale) – Slash – Slash – Rock
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited June 2011
    There's no prog.

    Otherwise not bad, but there isn't a whole lot I haven't seen before.
  • TcrainZTcrainZ Opening Act
    edited June 2011
    Nice setlist! Mine has most of the songs and artists that yours does, though.
  • cardsrchamps5cardsrchamps5 Unsigned
    edited June 2011
    Very nice, good mix. Personally would throw in some Velvet Underground and maybe some riot grrrl punk to round it out but otherwise I'd be more than happy to have this in RB4
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