Verreaux's RB4 Setlist

VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
edited October 2012 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Hey guys, I usually lurk here on the forums and never use this account....but today I got bored and made a personal Rock Band 4 setlist for like an hour. I tried to balance out the genres (even though I'm low on metal compared to others I guess haha) and decades (except for 2000's I guess :p), but yeah. I tried to keep it a little bit realistic, as well (so no Zep, Floyd, U2, etc.) but yeah some parts of it are still unrealistic I guess haha. Anyways, here it is:

1960's (5):
The Animals - House of the Rising Sun (Classic Rock, 1964)
The Doors - The End (Classic Rock, 1967)
The Lovin' Spoonful - Summer in the City (Classic Rock, 1966)
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man (Prog, 1969)
Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride (Classic Rock, 1968)

1970's (16):
America - A Horse With No Name (Classic Rock, 1971)
Black Sabbath - Children of the Grave (Metal, 1971)
Buzzc*cks - What Do I Get (Punk, 1978)
David Bowie - Starman (Glam, 1972)
Derek and the Dominos - Layla (Classic Rock, 1970)
Electric Light Orchestra - Turn to Stone (Classic Rock, 1977)
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Classic Rock, 1973)
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Blinded by the Light (Prog, 1976)
Peter Frampton - Show Me the Way (Live) (Classic Rock, 1976)
Rainbow - Man on the Silver Mountain (Metal, 1975)
The Rolling Stones - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (Classic Rock, 1973)
Santana - No One to Depend On (Classic Rock, 1971)
Steve Miller Band - Jungle Love (Classic Rock, 1977)
Styx - The Grand Illusion (Classic Rock, 1977)
Supertramp - The Logical Song (Prog, 1979)
T. Rex - Teenage Dream (Glam, 1974)

1980's (16):
.38 Special - Caught Up in You (Southern Rock, 1982)
Chaka Khan - I Feel For You (R&B/Soul/Funk, 1984)
The Cure - Lovesong (New Wave, 1989)
Dexy's Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen (New Wave, 1982)
Duran Duran - The Reflex (Pop-Rock, 1983)
Europe - Rock the Night (Metal, 1986)
Fleetwood Mac - Gypsy (Classic Rock, 1982)
Iron Maiden - Wrathchild (Metal, 1981)
Kajagoogoo - Too Shy (New Wave, 1983)
Madonna - Into the Groove (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 1985)
The Police - Wrapped Around Your Finger (Pop-Rock, 1983)
Quiet Riot - C*m On Feel the Noize (Metal, 1983)
R.E.M. - The One I Love (Alternative, 1987)
Simple Minds - Don't You (Forget About Me) (New Wave, 1985)
Todd Rundgren - Bang the Drum All Day (Rock, 1983)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - You Got Lucky (Classic Rock, 1982)

1990's (14):
Aerosmith - Eat the Rich (Rock, 1993)
Bad Religion - Infected (Punk, 1994)
Barenaked Ladies - It's All Been Done (Rock, 1998)
Cake - Never There (Alternative, 1998)
Dream Theater - Metropolis, Pt. 1: The Miracle and the Sleeper (Prog, 1992)
Faith Hill - The Way You Love Me (Country, 1999)
Foo Fighters - Generator (Alternative, 1999)
Garbage - Special (Pop-Rock, 1998)
Pearl Jam - Daughter (Grunge, 1993)
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Around the World (Alternative, 1999)
Reel Big Fish - Sell Out (Punk, 1996)
Tal Bachman - She's So High (Pop-Rock, 1999)
Warrant - Cherry Pie (Rock, 1990)
Weezer - The Good Life (Alternative, 1996)

2000's (27):
Alkaline Trio - Goodbye Forever (Punk, 2000)
Blind Guardian - Battlefield (Metal, 2002)
Bloc Party - Banquet (Indie Rock, 2005)
The Bravery - An Honest Mistake (Alternative, 2005)
Coldplay - Violet Hill (Alternative, 2008)
Daft Punk - Digital Love (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2001)
The Fall of Troy - F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X. (Prog, 2005)
Flogging Molly - What's Left of the Flag (Punk, 2002)
The Features - Lions (Rock, 2009)
Incubus - Anna Molly (Alternative, 2006)
The Killers - All These Things That I've Done (Alternative, 2004)
The Kooks - Always Where I Need to Be (Indie Rock, 2008)
Lady Gaga - Speechless (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2009)
Linkin Park - Faint (Nu-Metal, 2003)
Ludo - Love Me Dead (Rock, 2008)
The Mars Volta - Goliath (Prog, 2008)
Mastodon - Oblivion (Metal, 2009)
MGMT - Electric Feel (Alternative, 2008)
Muse - New Born (Alternative, 2001)
My Chemical Romance - Dead! (Emo, 2006)
My Morning Jacket - One Big Holiday (Alternative, 2003)
Nightwish - Nemo (Metal, 2004)
Passion Pit - The Reeling (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2009)
Queens of the Stone Age - The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret (Rock, 2000)
The Strokes - Heart in a Cage (Rock, 2006)
System of a Down - Lonely Day (Metal, 2005)
Velvet Revolver - Slither (Rock, 2004)

2010's (7):
Adele - Rolling in the Deep (R&B/Soul/Funk, 2011)
The Black Keys - Everlasting Light (Rock, 2010)
Delphic - Counterpoint (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2010)
Is Tropical - The Greeks (Indie Rock, 2011)
Tame Impala - Solitude is Bliss (Indie Rock, 2010)
Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn (Indie Rock, 2010)
Walk the Moon - Anna Sun (Alternative, 2012)

14/85 songs from my original setlist from 2011 have been released for RB!
*Italicized songs are replacements for released songs from my original setlist.

Comments

  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited August 2011
    It's not bad, but the lack of decent metal music is unforgivable. There isn't a single metal track until the 2000's, so that alone would stop me from buying this. But the classic rock choices in the 60s and 70s are great.
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    coolsnoopy97;4486143 said:
    It's not bad, but the lack of decent metal music is unforgivable. There isn't a single metal track until the 2000's, so that alone would stop me from buying this. But the classic rock choices in the 60s and 70s are great.
    Thanks for the input, I am definitely missing some decent metal. I counted up 98 songs on the setlist, so I went ahead and added a couple of classic metal tracks to make it an 100-song setlist....I'll probably make that my limit :p
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited August 2011
    Iron Maiden and Rainbow are good picks, but it could still use some more.
  • Alfon1995Alfon1995 Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    60's 70's are awesome the 80's 90's I don't have a solid opinion, but there is tooooooo many songs from the 00's and 10's (Jesus christ 12 songs in only two years?)
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited August 2011
    Alfon1995;4486248 said:
    60's 70's are awesome the 80's 90's I don't have a solid opinion, but there is tooooooo many songs from the 00's and 10's (Jesus christ 12 songs in only two years?)
    Good point...I got rid of a couple of songs that were maybe too overtly-synth heavy or were repeating genres so while the '00s and '10s still have a lot, it's not as much as before. Still might change a couple in the '80s though.

    EDIT: I updated the list a bit more since yesterday...
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited May 2012
    So I decided to bump this since I stumbled upon it after forgetting that I made this around the time I first started to post here. Anyways, I noticed that 8 songs on my setlist have been released as DLC since then so I decided to update my list! I'm still keeping it a relatively realistic (so RB3-style variation) 85-song setlist, so here's what's getting replaced with what:

    "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" with "Children of the Grave"
    "Stone Cold Crazy" with "What Do I Get"
    "Rock the Casbah" with "Rock the Night"
    "The Spirit of Radio" with "The One I Love"
    "Head Over Heels" with "Too Shy"
    "Heart-Shaped Box" with "Pull Me Under"
    "Breath" with "Violet Hill"
    "Brick by Boring Brick" with "Anna Sun"

    Also I'll be keeping a count at the bottom of the top post saying how many songs from my original setlist have been released for Rock Band.
  • man2harryman2harry Unsigned
    edited May 2012
    One suggestion: you should have more 90's alternative. How about some Rage Against the Machine or Stone Temple Pilots?
  • RosaFloydGuyRosaFloydGuy Road Warrior
    edited May 2012
    Replace Pull Me Under with Metropolis Part 1 and you have a deal.
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited May 2012
    I've kinda overloaded my setlist with a lot of alternative already (though granted most is from the 2000's) but I'll consider some 90's alternative in whatever gets replaced next since my 90's section is kinda lacking compared to the rest.

    As for Dream Theater, deal. I'm not really into DT, so I just thought of the first song by them that came to my head....also I realized that a good amount of my new song replacements were GH repeats, so that makes Metropolis even more appealing.
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited May 2012
    Well, I didn't expect another song to get knocked off my setlist so soon...but awesome! I'll be replacing Rime of the Ancient Mariner with Wrathchild.
  • metallica0688metallica0688 Opening Act
    edited May 2012
    Not a bad setlist couple songs that would be nice additions

    Sabaton-Panzerkampf -The Art of War (2008)

    Sick Puppies-You're Going Down-Tri-Polar(2009)

    Steely Dan-Reelin' The Years-Can't Buy A Thrill (1972)
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited July 2012
    metallica0688;4745126 said:
    Not a bad setlist couple songs that would be nice additions

    Sabaton-Panzerkampf -The Art of War (2008)

    Sick Puppies-You're Going Down-Tri-Polar(2009)

    Steely Dan-Reelin' The Years-Can't Buy A Thrill (1972)
    Thanks, Reelin' in the Years is classic, so I'll consider it when one of my 70's songs gets knocked off. The other two songs are pretty cool too.

    And I'm bumping this thread since Helena Beat is coming out next week, so I get another song knocked off! I'll be replacing it with a song to add to the 90's offerings: Never There by Cake.
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited August 2012
    Bumping since Amaranth is getting released next week, so another song off the setlist is knocked off! I'll be replacing it with another Nightwish song (albeit a Tarja era one), Nemo.
  • VerreauxVerreaux Opening Act
    edited October 2012
    Bumping since I Ran (So Far Away) is getting released next Tuesday, so another song is crossed off the setlist. I'll be replacing it with Don't You (Forget About Me) by Simple Minds.

    1/5/13 edit: Don't feel like bumping this, but I noticed that Animal I Have Become by Three Days Grace and Helena by MCR were released after my last post, so yet another two songs off! They've been replaced with Faint by Linkin Park and Dead! by MCR respectively. Also despite the release of the Save Ferris cover a bit back, I'm not crossing off Come On Eileen yet as we didn't get Dexy's version.
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