CreamCrazy's Rock Band 4 Dream Setlist

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edited August 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Well, it's been nearly a year since I last made a wishlist for RB4... & unlike the others I feel I've made one that I feel won't need to be rectified. I tried to include songs I've never used before as much as I could... the 60's & 70's decades proved harder to do, so I just put in songs that I used before to fill up empty spaces here & there. Sorry if there seems to be a lot of 90's & 00's songs compared to the others, but I just simply know more material from those decades; hope you all understand. Also to note, there are 100 songs on this setlist, as opposed to the usual 80-ish amount on RB games.

Hope you all enjoy!

LAYOUT KEY: Band - Song Title (Album, Year, Genre)

1960's

Jefferson Airplane – She Has Funny Cars (Surrealistic Pillow, 1967, Classic Rock)
Nick Drake – Three Hours (Five Leaves Left, 1969, Folk)
Simon And Garfunkel – Mrs. Robinson (Bookends, 1968, Folk)
The Animals – House Of The Rising Sun (The Animals, 1964, Classic Rock)
The Doors – The End (The Doors, 1967, Classic Rock)
The Rolling Stones – (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Out Of Their Heads, 1965, Classic Rock)

1970's

AC/DC – Touch Too Much (Highway To Hell, 1979, Classic Rock)
Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath, 1970, Classic Rock)
Bob Dylan – Hurricane (Desire, 1976, Folk)
Deep Purple – Woman From Tokyo (Who Do You Think We Are, 1973, Classic Rock)
Fleetwood Mac – The Chain (Rumours, 1977, Pop/Rock)
George Harrison – What is Life (All Things Must Pass, 1970, Classic Rock)
Iggy Pop – Lust For Life (Lust For Life, 1976, Punk)
Led Zeppelin – Kashmir (Physical Graffiti, 1975, Classic Rock)
Lynyrd Skynyrd – I Know A Little (Street Survivors, 1977, Southern Rock)
Pink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I - V) (Wish You Were Here, 1975, Progressive)
Queen – You're My Best Friend (A Night At The Opera, 1975, Classic Rock)
Santana – Oye Como Va (Abraxas, 1970, Classic Rock)
Stevie Wonder – As (Songs In The Key Of Life, 1976, R&B)
The Eagles – Victim Of Love (Hotel California, 1976, Classic Rock)
The Sex Pistols – Submission (Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols!, 1977, Punk)
The Who – The Seeker (Meaty Beaty Big And Bouncy, 1973, Classic Rock)
Thin Lizzy – Whisky In The Jar (Whisky In The Jar, 1973, Classic Rock)

1980's

a-ha – The Sun Always Shines On TV (Hunting High Or Low, 1986, New Wave)
Bad Religion – Best For You (Suffer, 1988, Punk)
Dead Kennedy's – Funland At The Beach (Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables, 1980, Punk)
Elton John – I'm Still Standing (Too Low For Zero, 1983, Pop)
Genesis – Invisible Touch (Invisible Touch, 1986, Pop/Rock)
Guns N Roses – Welcome To The Jungle (Appetite For Destruction, 1987, Rock)
Inspiral Carpets – Keep The Circle Around (Plane Crash E.P., 1988, Alternative)
Iron Maiden – The Prisoner (Number Of The Beast, 1982, Metal)
Michael Jackson – Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (Thriller, 1982, Pop)
Minutemen – Maybe Partying Will Help (Double Nickels On The Dime, 1984, Punk)
Peter Gabriel – Big Time (So, 1986, Pop)
R.E.M. – Fall On Me (Lifes Rich Pageant, 1986, Alternative)
Rush – Marathon (Power Windows, 1985, Progressive)
The Clash – Rock The Casbah (Combat Rock, 1982, Punk)
The Jam – Man In The Corner Shop (Sound Affects, 1980, New Wave)
The Offspring – Beheaded (The Offspring, 1989, Punk)
The Stone Roses – Made Of Stone (The Stone Roses, 1989,, Alternative)
Traveling Wilburys – Handle With Care (Traveling Wilbruys Vol. 1, 1988, Folk)
Violent Femmes – Blister In The Sun (Violent Femmes, 1983, Folk)

1990's

Aerosmith – Livin' On The Edge (Get A Grip, 1993, Rock)
Blur – Tender (13, 1999, Alternative)
Catherine Wheel – Crank (Chrome, 1993, Alternative)
Citizen Swing – When It Goes (Cure Me With The Groove, 1993, Jazz Fusion)
Korn – Blind (Korn, 1994, Nu Metal)
Living Colour – Fight The Fight (Time's Up, 1991, Rock)
Marilyn Manson – Coma White (Mechanical Animals, 1998, Industrial)
Mazzy Star – Fade Into You (So Tonight That I May See, 1992, Alternative)
Nirvana – Rape Me (In Utero, 1993, Grunge)
P.O.D. – Rock The Party (Off The Hook) (The Fundamental Elements Of Southtown, 1999, Nu Metal)
Pantera – Cemetery Gates (Cowboys From Hell, 1990, Metal)
Pastiche – Sonic Boom (Sonic The Hedgehog CD Soundtrack, 1993, Pop/Rock)
Primus – Southbound Pachyderm (Tales From The Punchbowl, 1995, Progressive)
Pulp – Common People (Different Class, 1995, Alternative)
Rage Against The Machine – Born Of A Broken Man (The Battle Of Los Angeles, 1999, Alternative)
Temple Of The Dog – Pushin' Forward Back (Temple Of The Dog, 1991, Grunge)
The Frames – Dennounced (Fitzcarraldo, 1995, Alternative)
The Mayfield Four – OverFlow (Fallout, 1998, Alternative)
The Smashing Pumpkins – Rhinoceros (Gish, 1991, Alternative)
U2 – The Fly (Achtung Baby, 1991, Rock)
VAST – Three Doors/The Niles Edge (VIsual Audio Sensory Theater, 1998, Industrial)

2000's

Atreyu – The Theft (A Death-Grip On Yesterday, 2006, Post-Hardcore)
Ben Folds – Zak And Sara (Rockin' The Suburbs, 2001, Alternative)
Billy Talent – Devil In A Midnight Mass (Billy Talent II, 2006, Punk)
Birds Of Tokyo – Intro/Broken Bones (Universes, 2008, Rock)
Blink 182 – Man Overboard (The Mark, Tom & Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!), 2000, Punk)
Bloc Party – Helicopter (Silent Alarm, 2005, Indie Rock)
Coldplay – Shiver (Parachutes, 2000, Pop/Rock)
Dark New Day – Heal In Time (Twelve Year Silence, 2005, Rock)
Deftones – Elite (White Pony, 2000, Metal)
Enter Shikari – Sorry, You're Not A Winner (Sorry, You're Not A Winner E.P., 2006, Post-Hardcore)
Feeder – Pushing The Senses (Pushing The Senses, 2005, Pop/Rock)
Funeral For A Friend – Into Oblivion (Reunion) (Tales Don't Tell Themselves, 2007, Rock)
Jet Black Stare – Ready To Roll (In This Life, 2008, Rock)
Limp Bizkit – Creamer (Radio Is Dead) (Results May Vary, 2003, Nu Metal)
Maroon 5 – Harder To Breathe (Songs About Jane, 2002, Pop/Rock)
Metallica – St. Anger (St. Anger, 2003, Metal)
My Chemical Romance – The Ghost Of You (Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, 2004, Rock)
Porcupine Tree – Anesthetize (Fear Of A Blank Planet, 2007, Progressive)
SikTh – Where Do We Fall? (Death Of A Dead Day, 2006, Metal)
State Radio – People To People (Us Against The Crown, 2006, Alternative)
Submersed – Hollow (In Due Time, 2004, Rock)
The Jimmy Chamberlin Complex – Streetcrawler (Life Begins Again, 2005, Jazz Fusion)
The Killers – Read My Mind (Sam's Town, 2006, Alternative)
The Mayan Factor – Warflower (In Lake 'Ch, 2003, Progressive)
The Swell Season – High Horses (Strict Joy, 2009, Folk)
The Weakerthans – Aside (Left & Leaving, 2000, Indie Rock)

2010's

Alela Diane – To Begin (Alela Diane & Wild Divine, 2011, Folk)
Alter Bridge – Coeur d'Alene (AB III, 2010, Rock)
Biffy Clyro – Bubbles (Only Revelations, 2010, Indie Rock)
Death Cab For Cutie – You Are A Tourist (Codes And Keys, 2011, Indie Rock)
Foo Fighters – Bridge Burning (Wasting Light, 2011, Rock)
Frank Turner – I Am Disappeared (England Keep My Bones, 2011, Folk)
Kings Of Leon – Pyro (Come Around Sundown, 2010, Rock)
Lone Wolf – Keep Your Eyes On The Road (The Devil & I, 2010, Folk)
Vampire Weekend – Giving Up The Gun (Contra, 2010, Indie Rock)
Yuck – Georgia (Yuck, 2011, Alternative)

Decade Breakdown:

1960's: 6
1970's: 17
1980's: 19
1990's: 22
2000's: 26
2010's: 10

Genre Breakdown

Alternative: 15
Classic Rock: 14
Folk: 9
Grunge: 2
Indie Rock: 6
Industrial: 2
Jazz Fusion: 2
Metal: 5
New Wave: 2
Nu Metal: 3
Pop: 3
Pop/Rock: 6
Post-Hardcore: 2
Progressive: 5
Punk: 9
R&B: 1
Rock: 13
Southern Rock: 1

*EDIT (5/8/11)* 20 Free Downloadable Bonus Tracks

A Wilhelm Scream - The Horse (Career Suicide, 2007, Punk)
Boy Hits Car - I'm A Cloud (Boy Hits Car, 2001, Rock)
Edgewater - Eyes Wired Shut (South Of Sideways, 2004, Rock)
Galneryus - New Legend (One For All - All For One, 2007, Metal)
Headless Heroes - Just Like Honey (The Silence Of Love, 2008, Folk)
Heavens Basement - Can't Let Go (Heavens Basement E.P., 2008, Metal)
Karnivool - Goliath (Sound Awake, 2009, Progressive)
Logan - Stand To Reason (Cruel Little World, 2008, Rock)
Masterplan - I'm Not Afraid (Aeronautics, 2005, Metal)
pre)Thing - Can't Stop (22nd Century Lifestyle) (22nd Century Lifestyle, 2004, Nu Metal)
Propagandhi - Dear Coach's Corner (Supporting Castle, 2009, Punk)
Scar Symmetry - Morphogenesis (Holographic Universe, 2008, Metal)
The Birthday Massacre - Falling Down (Walking With Strangers, 2007, Rock)
The Boxer Rebellion - Evacuate (Union, 2009, Alternative)
The Dears - Ticket To Immortality (Gang Of Losers, 2006, Indie Rock)
The Jezabels - Mace Spray (Dark Storm E.P., 2010, Indie Rock) *NO BASS*
The Pineapple Thief - Shoot First (Tightly Unwound, 2008, Progressive)
The Solids - Hey Beautiful (Theme from How I Met Your Mother, 2005, Pop)
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives - Bigtime (Origin Vol. 1, 2004, Rock)
The Union Underground - Across The Nation (WWF Forceable Entry, 2002, Nu Metal)

Comments

  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited August 2011
    Overall good setlist. A lot of deep cuts, but I don't mind, I love deep cuts, and use them on my setlist often. A little lacking in metal, but the other genres' representation more than makes up for that. A few songs I wouldn't think of adding, but are good ideas.

    Overall, 8/10. Which is good.
  • CreamCrazyCreamCrazy Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    LiveHomeVideo;4467251 said:
    Overall good setlist. A lot of deep cuts, but I don't mind, I love deep cuts, and use them on my setlist often. A little lacking in metal, but the other genres' representation more than makes up for that. A few songs I wouldn't think of adding, but are good ideas.

    Overall, 8/10. Which is good.
    Thanks man, I'm not a big fan of metal as I used to be; which should explain the lack. Plus the lack of metal is also because songs don't have to be metal to have instrument difficulties that are high. I did try to make the genres as varied as I could, glad to see your happy with that.

    To me it doesn't matter if the song is a single or a deep cut, if it's a good song I'll stick it on the list regardless!
  • exploderexploder Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    I like the setlist
    I'd buy it for Korn,P.O.D.,Primus,Manson,Blink,etc.
  • CreamCrazyCreamCrazy Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    exploder;4467324 said:
    I like the setlist
    I'd buy it for Korn,P.O.D.,Primus,Manson,Blink,etc.

    Good to know that!

    I'm surprised these songs by those artists haven't been included yet... I thought by now they'd be shoe-ins.
  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    PLEASE NO ST. ANGER otherwise I like and would buy it. 7/10
  • CreamCrazyCreamCrazy Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    GameMaster439;4467684 said:
    PLEASE NO ST. ANGER otherwise I like and would buy it. 7/10

    Thanks, the only reason I picked St. Anger was because I'd used all the thrash era Metallica I wanted to use in previous lists, besides; it's still a hard song so it fits in nicely.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    Personally, I'm not a fan of the deep cuts at all. That was what I really hated about Guitar Hero 5. Call me crazy, but I'd rather play the song by Living Colour that I actually know over some song I've never heard of.

    Besides that, really diverse, balanced list as far as genre goes. Also, I doubt we're ever actually going to get "Rape Me" by Nirvana, unless Rock Band suddenly goes the Rated-MA route.
  • exploderexploder Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    Oh yeah,I was thinking,maybe you should've added something from Limp Bizkit's new album, like "Gold Cobra" or "Get A Life"
  • CreamCrazyCreamCrazy Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    ATTENTION EVERYONE, I have now added a list of 20 Free DLC Tracks that would be included with my setlist if it did exist; go to the top post to see them. Hopefully the metal included there will please those who didn't like the lack in the main setlist.
    tdc002;4468619 said:
    Personally, I'm not a fan of the deep cuts at all. That was what I really hated about Guitar Hero 5. Call me crazy, but I'd rather play the song by Living Colour that I actually know over some song I've never heard of.

    Besides that, really diverse, balanced list as far as genre goes. Also, I doubt we're ever actually going to get "Rape Me" by Nirvana, unless Rock Band suddenly goes the Rated-MA route.
    Just having 'singles or well known songs' can get boring, so having songs not many know would be a good thing for people to check out & discover. I would rather have people listen to/play a song they don't know by Living Colour & fall in love with it then just listen to/play the one song they all know (Cult Of Personality). I looked outside of CoP & fell in love with Living Colour in the process.

    Thanks, I tried to make this as balanced as I could, as far as the Rape Me inclusion goes; it is a dream setlist after all... so it makes sense to include it!
    exploder;4468643 said:
    Oh yeah,I was thinking,maybe you should've added something from Limp Bizkit's new album, like "Gold Cobra" or "Get A Life"

    I haven't actually heard anything from it actually... is it actually any good? I've exhausted Significant Other & Chocolate Starfish in other lists, so Results May Vary I felt needed some representation!
  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    CreamCrazy;4468533 said:
    Thanks, the only reason I picked St. Anger was because I'd used all the thrash era Metallica I wanted to use in previous lists, besides; it's still a hard song so it fits in nicely.

    I get that just as most people feel, St. Anger was an awful album, to me as bad as Chinese Democracy by GNR
  • CreamCrazyCreamCrazy Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    GameMaster439;4469522 said:
    I get that just as most people feel, St. Anger was an awful album, to me as bad as Chinese Democracy by GNR

    St. Anger is awful, the title track however isn't. I loved Chinese Democracy... I just wish Harmonix hadn't chosen Shacklers Revenge as a track in RB2 then everything would have been better.
  • TheStuddzTheStuddz Lil Rascal
    edited August 2011
    There is a few artists here that must be singled out: Nick Drake, Simon & Garfunkel, Elton John, George Harrison, Traveling Wilburys, Coldplay, The Swell Season, The Weakerthans, Death Cab for Cutie, Vampre Weekend, Maroon 5... There are other choices that I enjoyed, but those are the ones that really stood out. So, for the record, thank you for including these. The rest ranges from good to not-my-style, but what I do like on this setlist would definitely warrant a buy. Unfortunately, there is a lot more that I don't like than that I do, so I can only give it 6.5/10. Still, good job, and I think this setlist would make a lot of people happy.
  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    CreamCrazy;4470248 said:
    St. Anger is awful, the title track however isn't. I loved Chinese Democracy... I just wish Harmonix hadn't chosen Shacklers Revenge as a track in RB2 then everything would have been better.

    With Chinese Democracy I only kinda like I.R.S. and Better because the Guitar sounds really cool, otherwise to me that album just sucks. My only other thing about the setlist is Death Cab For Cutie, I can't stand them but to each his own
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