My Rock Band 4 Setlist

Rockies124Rockies124 Unsigned
edited November 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
These are just some ideas for DLC or possibly the next game for Rock Band. I picked these songs because I think they meet today's Rock Band criteria. Enjoy!

Alternative:
Be My Yoko Ono by Barenaked Ladies
Where It's At by Beck
Gotta Cheer Up by Cotton Jones
Breakfast at Tiffany's by Deep Blue Something
Spend the Night by Deer Tick
Morning Mr. Magpie by Radiohead
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here by Weezer

Classic Rock:
Let It Be by The Beatles
Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John
Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf
Ogre Battle by Queen
Evil Ways by Santana

Country:
9 to 5 by Dolly Parton

Electronic:
The Future by The Limousines

Emo:
Five Minutes to Midnight by Boys Like Girls
Whisper by VersaEmerge

Funk:
She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked) by Carl Carlton
Get Down Tonight by KC and the Sunshine Band
Ladies' Night by Kool & the Gang

Glam:
Oh! You Pretty Things by David Bowie
Satellite of Love by Lou Reed
Grace Kelly by Mika

Grunge:
Birth Ritual by Soundgarden

Indie-Rock:
Culture War by Arcade Fire
You Don't Know Me by Ben Folds
Ready, Able by Grizzly Bear
Human Again by Young Knives

Industrial:
The Nobodies by Marilyn Manson
Closer by Nine Inch Nails

Jazz:
New York State of Mind by Billy Joel

Metal:
Warmness on the Soul by Avenged Sevenfold
Her Ghost in the Fog by Cradle of Filth
Insomnia by Dark Fortress
Home Sweet Home by Motley Crue
8th Commandment by Sonata Arctica
I'll Never Let You Go (Angel Eyes) by Steelheart
Kiss Me Deadly by Lita Ford

New Wave:
Shake It Up by The Cars
Karma Chameleon by Culture Club
Cars by Gary Numan
Dead Man's Party by Oingo Boingo
Head Over Heels by Tears for Fears

Nu-Metal:
My Immortal by Evanescence

Pop-Rock:
Smile by Lily Allen
Bad by Michael Jackson
I'm So Excited by The Pointer Sisters
True by Spandau Ballet
I Write Sins, Not Tragedies by Panic at the Disco
Come On, Come On by Smash Mouth

Progressive:
Mr. Roboto by Styx
Breakfast in America by Supertramp

Punk:
Social by Squirtgun

Rock:
I Get Around by The Beach Boys
Born in the U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen
(Everything I Do) I Do It for You by Bryan Adams
Faithfully by Journey
In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins
Can't Fight This Feeling by REO Speedwagon
Wonderboy by Tenacious D
I'm Sticking With You by The Velvet Underground
The Denial Twist by The White Stripes

Soul:
Me & Mr. Jones by Amy Winehouse
Mercy by Duffy
Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding

Comments

  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited November 2011
    Could use better alternative choices.

    Boring classic rock choices.

    No point in using the industrial genre if you're not going to contain artists that are purely industrial and not rock with industrial traits.

    "New York State of Mind" is not a jazz song.

    Needs more metal.

    Evanescense is neither metal or nu-metal.

    Pop-rock could be so much better.

    Neither song under progressive are progressive.

    Just one punk song?

    Some of your rock choices could fit under classic rock FYI.
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited November 2011
    Good lord, why would you sort by genre?
  • DanManRockerDanManRocker Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    Grace Kelly by Mika
    -Glam???

    ... *checks Wikipedia*

    ... Thought it was alternative...
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    Horrible, horrible metal choices. Only metal songs I would possibly be interested in is Motley Crue and Sonata Arctica, and Motley Crue is hair metal, which some don't consider real metal. I'm getting sick of people labelling Lita Ford as metal. How does that song sound anything like metal? Not even hair metal! It's rock, at most. It's a pretty small setlist, with the major genres featuring too few songs. While there are a few good songs I would love to play (Bat Out of Hell!), the fact that the metal choices are so bad, I have to rate it a 5/10.

    I would advise adding more songs, especially in Metal, as well as Classic Rock. Progressive and Punk are grossly unrepresented. Fix some labeling issues (like Lita Ford), and the setlist would be better.
  • Razor_SharkRazor_Shark Opening Act
    edited November 2011
    Needs a whole lot of revising, different song choices and more variety, you seem overloaded on older songs. Some songs are great original choices that would be great for the game like your Otis Redding choice, but a lot seem to be either deep cuts or just not that good.
  • FlyGuyLXIFlyGuyLXI Headl!ner
    edited November 2011
    Razor_Shark;4543583 said:
    Needs a whole lot of revising, different song choices and more variety, you seem overloaded on older songs. Some songs are great original choices that would be great for the game like your Otis Redding choice, but a lot seem to be either deep cuts or just not that good.

    I encourage deep cut choices as long as known choices are about at least, equally represented.
  • generalbanegeneralbane Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    The metal selection made puke. Sorry. Put Dream Theater in the Prog area too. No game is complete without it *cough* RB3 *cough*
  • grantyOgrantyO Unsigned
    edited November 2011
    No post-punk revival bands?
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited November 2011
    Not that great a list. Some songs I do like, but it's overall a lot of songs that are fun to listen to, but wouldn't do so great on Rock Band. This is coming from someone that almost got this on Rock Band (neither fun to listen to for most people, and from experience playing it, not that fun, either).

    It's very average, but nothing stuck out for me. It's lacking in spark and uniqueness. There are a few choices that aren't popular and would be great, but a lot of this is just stuff I'd rather see as DLC.

    Overall, about a 4/10 so far.
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