CloudWolf's RB4 setlist

CloudWolfCloudWolf Road Warrior
edited August 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
So, I was extremely bored today and I though: Hey, why not make a RB4 setlist? So, here we are.

I used the RB3 genres as reference, so I didn't use subgenres like "Folk Rock", "Pop Punk", etc.

Also, before someone complains about it: Yes, there are no country songs. That's simply because I'm from The Netherlands and my knowledge of country sort of stops at Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum (and of course the country artists in RB)

Anyway, without further ado, here's my dream setlist and let the flaming commence.

(#) Number of vocal parts
* Song has no keys part
** Song has no guitar part

60’s – 8 songs
The Allman Brothers Band “Whipping Post” (1) – Southern Rock
Beach Boys “California Girls” (3) – Pop/Rock
Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone” (1) – Classic Rock
The Doors “Five to One” (3) – Classic Rock
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers “All Your Love” (1) – Blues
King Crimson “21st Century Schizoid Man” (1) – Progressive
Neil Young “Down by the River” (3) – Classic Rock *
The Zombies “Time of the Season” (3) – Classic Rock

70’s – 17 songs
America “I Need You” (3) – Classic Rock
Black Sabbath “Supernaut” (1) – Metal
Bruce Springsteen “Born to Run” (1) – Classic Rock
David Bowie “Life on Mars” (2) – Glam
Deep Purple “Child in Time” (2) – Classic Rock
Elton John “Candle in the Wind” (3) – Classic Rock
Flash and the Pan “Hey, St. Peter” (3) – New Wave
Fleetwood Mac “The Chain” (3) – Classic Rock
Genesis “The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway” (3) – Progressive
Lynyrd Skynyrd “That Smell” (3) – Southern Rock *
Meat Loaf “Bat Out of Hell” (3) – Classic Rock
Rainbow “Stargazer” (1) – Metal
Steely Dan “Reelin’ in the Years” (3) – Classic Rock
The Stranglers “No More Heroes” (2) - Punk
Supertramp “Goodbye Stranger” (3) – Progressive
The Who “The Real Me” (1) – Classic Rock
X-Ray Spex “Oh Bondage, Up Yours!” (1) – Punk

80’s – 18 songs
The B-52’s “Love Shack” (3) – New Wave
The Bangles “Manic Monday” (3) – Pop/Rock
The Buggles “Video Killed the Radio Star” (3) – Pop/Dance/Electronic
Dead Kennedys “Halloween” (2) - Punk *
Dire Straits “Money for Nothing” (3) – Classic Rock
Europe“Rock the Night” (3) – Metal
Huey Lewis and the News “Hip to Be Square” (3) – Rock
Hüsker Dü “Turn On the News” (3) – Punk *
Iron Maiden “The Evil That Men Do” (1) – Metal
Journey “Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart)” (3) – Rock
Madness “Baggy Trousers” (2) – Reggae/Ska
Marillion “Kayleigh” (1) – Progressive
Mötley Crüe “Home Sweet Home” (3) – Metal
Paul Engemann “Scarface (Push It to the Limit)” (3) – Rock
Pixies “Where Is My Mind?” (2) – Alternative *
The Replacements “The Ledge” (1) – Alternative *
Roxette “Listen to Your Heart” (3) – Pop/Rock
Travelling Wilburys “Handle With Care” (3) – Rock

90’s – 19 songs
Air “All I Need” (3) – Pop/Dance/Electronic
Alice in Chains “Them Bones” (3) – Grunge *
Bad Religion “American Jesus” (3) – Punk *
Beastie Boys “Gratitude” (2) – Hip Hop/Rap
Beck “Loser” (3) – Alternative *
Blur “Girls & Boys” (3) – Alternative
CAKE “The Distance” (3) – Alternative
The Cure “Friday I’m in Love” (2) – Alternative
Dream Theater “Take the Time” (3) – Progressive
Harvey Danger “Flagpole Sitta” (2) – Pop/ Rock *
Jamiroquai “Canned Heat” (3) – R&B/Soul/Funk
Jeff Buckley “Grace” (1) – Alternative
Liquido “Narcotic” (2) – Rock
Manic Street Preachers “Motorcycle Emptiness” (2) - Alternative
Marilyn Manson “I Don’t Like the Drugs (But the Drugs Like Me)” (3) - Glam
Pulp “Common People” (1) – Alternative
Refused “New Noise” (2) - Punk
Suede “So Young” (1) – Alternative
Temple of the Dog “Hunger Strike” (2) – Grunge

00’s – 22 songs
Arcade Fire “Rebellion (Lies)” (3) - Indie Rock
Arctic Monkeys “I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor” (2) – Indie Rock *
Barenaked Ladies “Pinch Me” (3) – Alternative
Baroness “A Horse Called Golgotha” (2) – Metal *
Dropkick Murphys “(F)lannigan’s Ball” (3) – Punk
Editors “Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors” (3) – Indie Rock
Electric Six “I Buy the Drugs” (3) – Rock
Eminem “Lose Yourself” (2) – Hip Hop/Rap
Florence + the Machine “Dog Days Are Over” (3) – Pop/Rock
Foals “Cassius” (2) – Indie Rock
Jamie Cullum “I’m All Over It” (3) – Jazz **
Karen O and the Kids “All Is Love” (3) – Pop/Rock
Lacuna Coil “Heaven’s a Lie” (2) – Metal
Lily Allen “Not Fair” (2) – Pop/Rock
Mastodon “Oblivion” (3) – Metal *
Megadeth “À Tout le Monde (Set Me Free)” (3) – Metal
Nine Inch Nails “Discipline” (3) – Rock
OutKast “Hey Ya!” (3) – Hip Hop/Rap
Porcupine Tree “Lazarus” (3) – Progressive
Rush “Far Cry” (3) – Progressive *
The Temper Trap “Sweet Disposition” (2) – Indie Rock
Voicst “Everyday I Work on the Road” (2) – Pop/Rock

10’s – 10 songs
Beady Eye “The Roller” (2) – Alternative
The Black Keys “Tighten Up” (2) – Rock
Broken Bells “The High Road” (3) – Indie Rock
Cee Lo Green “It’s OK” (3) – R&B/Soul/Funk
The Decemberists “Down by the Water” (2) – Indie Rock
Devo “Fresh” (3) – New Wave
John Grant “I Wanna Go to Marz” (3) – Indie Rock
Kanye West “All of the Lights” (3) – Hip Hop/Rap **
Vampire Weekend “Giving Up the Gun” (3) – Indie Rock
Yeasayer “Madder Red” (3) – Indie Rock

Comments

  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    To be honest it's not bad especially with its variety. Granted I'm not a giant fan of all the Rap/Hip-Hop songs but I would buy it
    4/5
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited August 2011
    Pretty solid. I would've exchanged some '10s indies for '90s indies.
  • edited August 2011
    Pretty cool list. My only gripes are with your The Cure, Dream Theater and Porcupine Tree song choices (not a big 'Kayleigh' fan either, but hey', it's their biggest hit, so I get it), but that's all a matter of personal taste.

    Also, no Golden Earring or Focus? And you call yourself Dutch, sir? ;)
  • exploderexploder Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    Good setlist. I'd buy it just for Lose Yourself
  • Lameboy19Lameboy19 Headliner
    edited August 2011
    this is a nice setlist, really dig the 60's and most of the 80's section

    the 90's and 00's I'm a not a huge fan of, but then again if I had my way I wouldn't pick any big name artists

    I'd buy this actually
  • CloudWolfCloudWolf Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    Der_Lex;4467701 said:
    Also, no Golden Earring or Focus? And you call yourself Dutch, sir? ;)

    Well, I thought about adding Focus, but I didn't want instrumentals and that doesn't leave much choice (except for Hocus Pocus, but that one has been done to death). As for the Golden Earring, that was just a really stupid oversight of me, because I totally should've added Twilight Zone.
    Der_Lex;4467701 said:
    My only gripes are with your The Cure, Dream Theater and Porcupine Tree song choices
    The Cure: I had already filled out the 80's and then it struck me that I really wanted a The Cure song in there, so yeah. It's not my favorite The Cure song, but I quite like it.

    Porcupine Tree: It is one of their more popular songs (although Trains is their most popular I think), but I chose this one mainly because it would be a lot of fun on keys, guitar and vocals.

    Dream Theater: Well, I basically went with a personal favorite of mine that wasn't too long (since I already had some 9-10 minute songs in there).
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited August 2011
    I like the list up until the 00s. Your 10s decade is pretty big in comparison to the others. 10 songs from a decade we're only 2 years into? Personally, I'd cut it in half. Then again, I think 94's kind of a lot of tracks too. I like how you used a NEW Devo song and a song by Cee-Lo that's not **** You.
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