Gamer1270's Dream RB4 Setlist/Features

Gamer1270Gamer1270 Road Warrior
edited November 2011 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Here's what I want in Rock Band 4.

Instrument Features

Guitar/Pro Guitar
  • You can use your own personal guitar in the game.
  • Some songs have more than one guitar in it, so you have the option to pick Guitar 1, 2, or even 3.
Bass/Pro Bass
  • You can use your own personal bass in the game. (4, 5, 6 string)
Drums/Pro Drums
  • Double bass will be featured in Pro Drums.
  • Pro drums will actually have a hi hat with hi hat pedal.
  • Rim tapping, cross stick rim shot, cymbal silencing, and open hi hats will be charted differently than closed hi hats.
Keys/Pro Keys
  • Bass and treble cleff.
Vocals/Harmonies
  • Wireless microphones.
Exporting
  • Rock Band
  • Rock Band 2
  • Rock Band 3
  • LEGO Rock Band
  • Rock Band Blitz
  • Green Day: Rock Band
  • The Beatles: Rock Band
  • Rock Band Track Pack 1
  • Rock Band Track Pack 2
  • Rock Band Metal Track Pack
  • Rock Band Country Track Pack
  • Rock Band Country Track Pack 2
  • Rock Band Classic Rock Track Pack
  • Rock Band Track Pack AC/DC Live
Game Features

Vs. Mode
Learn It/Training (with Breakneck Speed)
Complete Customization (From Band T-Shirts to exact Travis Barker tattoos) (Also Wii U will be out next year & you can draw on the controller, maybe even drawing your own tattoos or designs)
Music Videos- With some songs, instead of your custom band playing in the background, music videos could be playing like this.
Actual Bands- With some songs, (excluding Rock Band Network songs), , instead of your custom band playing in the background, the actually band could be playing in the background like in Green Day: Rock Band, The Beatles: Rock Band, or Queen in LEGO Rock Band.

Before I get into the setlist I want to say that I know it isn't perfect or balanced by decades, but this would be so great to have.

The Setlist

19??'s
Unknown Artist- Man Of Constant Sorrow

1950's
Elvis Presley- Hound Dog

1960's
Aretha Franklin- R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
The Beatles- Hey Jude
The Rolling Stones- Paint It, Black
Steppenwolf- Born To Be Wild
The Trashmen- Surfin' Bird
The Turtles- Happy Together

1970's
Aerosmith- Dream On
Black Sabbath- Iron Man
Edwin Starr- War
Elton John- Rocket Man
Heart- Crazy On You
KISS- Shout It Out Loud
Pat Travers- Boom, Boom (Out Go The Lights)
Paul McCartney & Wings- Silly Love Songs
Queen- Don't Stop Me Now
The Temptations- Papa Was A Rollin' Stone
Van Halen- You Really Got Me
The Village People- Y.M.C.A.
WAR- Why Can't We Be Friends?

1980's
The Beach Boys- Kokomo
Bill Medley- (I've Had) The Time Of My Life
Bow Wow Wow- I Want Candy
Chicago- You're The Inspiration
Fleetwood Mac- Seven Wonders
Guns 'N Roses- Sweet Child O' Mine
Journey- Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
Lipps Inc.- Funky Town
Madonna- Keep It Together
Metallica- Master Of Puppets
Michael Jackson- Billie Jean
Mötley Crüe- Home Sweet Home
Prince- Purple Rain
Rick James- Super Freak
Styx- Mr. Roboto
Tears For Fears- Shout
Twisted Sister- We're Not Gonna Take It

1990's
Bad Religion- Infected
Beck- Loser
Billy Ray Cyrus- Achy Breaky Heart
Coal Chamber- Big Truck
Dream Theater- Pull Me Under
Everclear- I Will Buy You A New Life
Godsmack- Whatever
Green Day- All By Myself
Incubus- Drive
Kid Rock- I Am The Bullgod
KoRN- Freak On A Leash
The Offspring- Why Don't You Get A Job?
Pantera- Death Rattle
The Rembrandts- I'll Be There For You
Santana- Smooth
Tool- Sober
U2- The Sweetest Thing
Warrant- Cherry Pie

2000's
311- Hey You
Adam Lambert- Whataya Want From Me
Alicia Keys- Fallin'
All Time Low- Dear Maria, Count Me In
Asher Roth- I Love College
Asian Kung-Fu Generation- Blue Train
Avril Lavigne- Sk8er Boi
Blink-182- Always
Born Of Osiris- Abstract Art
Bowling For Soup- 1985
Bullet For My Valentine- Hearts Burst Into Fire
Coldplay- Shiver
Daft Punk- Digital Love
Danger Danger- Keep On Keepin' On
Daughtry- Home
Death Cab For Cutie- Cath...
Dethklok- Bloodlines
Disturbed- Liberate
DragonForce- Heroes Of Our Time
Eminem- Lose Yourself
Fall Out Boy- Thriller
Foo Fighters- Generator
Fountains Of Wayne- Stacey's Mom
The Gaslight Anthem- The '59 Sound
Goldfinger- Superman
Hinder- Lips Of An Angel
Hurt- Wars
Interpol- Obstacle 1
Jay-Z- Empire State Of Mind
Jimmy Eat World- Big Casino
Ke$ha- Tik Tok
L'Arc~En~Ciel- Ready, Steady, Go!
LCD Sound System- Daft Punk Is Playing At My House
Live- Heaven
Marilyn Manson- mOBSCENE
Maroon 5- She Will Be Loved
Matchbook Romance- Monsters
Matt & Kim- Daylight
Maximum The Hormone- What's Up People?
Muse- Supermassive Blackhole
Mute Math- Chaos
My Morning Jacket- One Big Holiday
Nine Inch Nails- Everyday Is Exactly The Same
N' SYNC- Bye Bye Bye
OK Go- This Too Shall Pass
One Republic- The Good Life
Papercut Massacre- Lose My Life
Rascal Flatts- Bless The Broken Road
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus- Face Down
Rise Against- Like The Angel
Sevendust- Enemy
The Script- Breakeven
Shinedown- Second Chance
Simple Plan- When You're Gone
Skillet- Comatose
Static-X- Dirthouse
Steel Panther- Fantasy
Stone Sour- Zzyzx Rd.
Switchfoot- Dare You To Move
Trapt- Headstrong
Volbeat- Being 1
Weezer- Dope Nose
We Were Promised Jetpacks- Quiet Little Voices

2010's
Adele- Set Fire To The Rain
All That Remains- The Last Time
Aranda- Undone
Awolnation- Sail
The Devil Wears Prada- Outnumbered
F. T. Island- Like Birds
Red- Faceless
Sex Bob Omb- We Are Sex Bob Omb
Street Dogs- Yesterday
Sublime With Rome- Panic

Comments

  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited November 2011
    That version of I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow was made for the film "O Brother Where Art Thou," so I would guess go ahead and use the movie's band "Soggy Bottom Boys" and use 2000 as the year.

    The first recorded version was from Dick Burnett, and it's a traditional song, so really, it's origins go back to the 1800's. His version is from 1913 (according to Wikipedia), and Bob Dylan has a version made in 1961.

    As for the setlist, the 2000's area contains songs I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole (Jay-Z, Ke$ha, etc.), but the other artists in that decade and other decades more than make up for it.
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    There's some good stuff in here. But as for the bad stuff... YMCA? Really?

    And the 2000s section has a bunch of artists I despise and that section is way overflowed compared to the others. I would love to play "Panic' by Sublime with Rome though ;D

    and lol at the Friends theme song
  • nascarfan19nascarfan19 Headliner
    edited November 2011
    LiveHomeVideo;4552792 said:
    That version of I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow was made for the film "O Brother Where Art Thou," so I would guess go ahead and use the movie's band "Soggy Bottom Boys" and use 2000 as the year.

    Oh my, I freakin' love that song :D

    Anyway, the 2000's and 2010's aren't quite up to my tastes. Either I'm not familiar with modern music (I'm a classic dude) or there are just too many unknown bands in there.
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    Well, Rock Band 3 had a lot of bands/songs that were basically unknown until their inclusion in the game. Take Poni Hoax and Phish for example.

    But this is just WAY too much obscure bands. And way too much 00s stuff.
  • generalbanegeneralbane Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    I automatically have prejudice for any setlist with Pull Me Under in it
  • PlutarchPlutarch Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    Achy Breaky Heart, please God no.

    It's decent overall, though the 2000s section is WAY too big. I'd trim at least a third of those songs, preferably some of the teeny bopper stuff. :P
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    The 2000s/2010s section is grossly oversized and filled with bands I hate. Literally, there's only two songs in there I would ever play. The other decades are alright, but the whole modern rock/pop ratio to metal is far too unbalanced.

    6/10
  • 3pic81ueUnicorn3pic81ueUnicorn Not Active Enough
    edited November 2011
    I was fine up to the 2000s. Then I put my hand to my face and screamed, "Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy"!!!
  • MegaIronDragonDethMegaIronDragonDeth Post Ratio > 3 a Day
    edited November 2011
    I like almost everything except the 2000's and 2010's. I also don't really care if I see the actual band playing their own song. I'd assume getting that feature would mean if they were also going to do that for DLC that we may get less DLC because of the more work. But I may be assuming to much, I don't know for sure.
  • bjyaritz35bjyaritz35 Unsigned
    edited November 2011
    Too much new music. I would have a hard time buying this before a price drop.
  • Gamer1270Gamer1270 Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    coolsnoopy97;4553076 said:
    The 2000s/2010s section is grossly oversized and filled with bands I hate. Literally, there's only two songs in there I would ever play. The other decades are alright, but the whole modern rock/pop ratio to metal is far too unbalanced.

    6/10
    Well, what do I need to get rid of or change?
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited November 2011
    Gamer1270;4552775 said:


    Bass/Pro Bass
    • You can use your own personal bass in the game. (4 or 6 string)

    Aww, no love for 5-string bassists?
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    Gamer1270;4554223 said:
    Well, what do I need to get rid of or change?

    Severely cut down on the modern music to make it more realistic. Less bubblegum pop, more metal and prog. At least that would make me get the setlist more.
  • Gunsrock13Gunsrock13 Rising Star
    edited November 2011
    sorry but this setlist is bad. there are probably about 10 songs i would like on rockband that are in this setlist. there is WAY too much pop music and WAY too much in the 2000's section. in my opinion there isn't enough rock music. if you want to make a setlist you need variety. in my opinion i think rockband needs pink floyd, led zeppelin and metallica.
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