GandWuser'sUltimate Rock Band 4 Setlist, Take 2.5

GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
edited December 2012 in Your Ultimate Setlist
All right, I felt like my last setlist was an improvement. However, I also felt that it also had a bunch of songs that weren't the best choices. So here is an updated version, with about 25-35 different songs from the last. Hopefully this is even more diverse yet balanced.

So without further ado:

Rock Band 4 Setlist, Take 2.5

60's
"You Really Got Me"-The Kinks (Classic Rock, 1964)
"Dear Mr. Fantasy"-Traffic (Prog, 1967)
"Get Together"-The Youngbloods (Classic Rock, 1967)
"Sweet Thing"-Van Morrison (Classic Rock, 1968)
"Kick Out The Jams (Live)"-MC5 (Punk, 1969)

70's
"Layla"-Derek & the Dominoes (Classic Rock, 1970)
"Aggression"-Gila (Prog, 1971)
"Brown Sugar"-The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock, 1971)
"Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress"-The Hollies (Classic Rock, 1971)
"Starman"-David Bowie (Glam, 1972)
"Let It Ride"-Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Classic Rock, 1973)
"Love, Reign O'er Me"-The Who (Classic Rock, 1973)
"Burn"-Deep Purple (Classic Rock, 1974)
"Who Don't Like Kids"-Sparks (Glam, 1974)
"Man on the Silver Mountain"-Rainbow (Classic Rock, 1975)
"Blinded By The Light"-Manfred Mann's Earth Band (Classic Rock, 1976)
"Magic Man"-Heart (Classic Rock, 1976)
"Natural Mystic"-Bob Marley and the Wailers (Reggae/Ska, 1977)
"See No Evil"-Television (Punk, 1977)
"Hold The Line"-Toto (Classic Rock, 1978)
"Never Say Die"-Black Sabbath (Metal, 1978)
"Take Me I'm Yours"-Squeeze (Pop-Rock, 1978)
"What Do I Get?"-The Buzz****s (Punk, 1978)
"Don't Bring Me Down"-Electric Light Orchestra (Classic Rock, 1979)
"Human Fly"-The Cramps (Punk, 1979)

80's
"Canary in a Coalmine"-The Police (Pop-Rock, 1980)
"Echo Beach"-Martha and the Muffins (New Wave, 1980)
"I'm Alright"-Kenny Loggins (Classic Rock, 1980)
"Goody Two Shoes"-Adam Ant (Pop-Rock, 1982)
"Bang the Drum All Day"-Todd Rundgren (Pop-Rock, 1983)
"Mommy's Little Monster"-Social Distortion (Punk, 1983)
"Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)"-Journey (Pop-Rock, 1983)
"Dancing With Tears In My Eyes"-Ultravox (New Wave, 1984)
"I'll See the Light Tonight"-Yngwie Malmsteen (Metal, 1984)
"Sunglasses At Night"-Corey Hart (Pop-Rock, 1984)
"Big Money"-Rush (Prog, 1985)
"Money For Nothing"-Dire Straits (Pop-Rock, 1985)
"Angel of Death"-Slayer (Metal, 1986)
"Shot In The Dark"-Ozzy Osbourne (Metal, 1986)
"Paradise City"-Guns 'n' Roses (Rock, 1987)
"Girls Girls Girls"-Motley Crue (Metal, 1988)
"Kiss Me Deadly"-Lita Ford (Pop-Rock, 1988)
"Listen To Your Heart"-Roxette (Pop-Rock, 1988)
"Under the Milky Way"-The Church (New Wave, 1988)
"Addicted to That Rush"-Mr. Big (Rock, 1989)
"Little Girls"-Oingo Boingo (New Wave, 1989)

90's
"Bring the Noize"-Public Enemy feat. Anthrax (Hip-Hop/Rap, 1991)
"Everytime We Touch"-Maggie Rielly (Pop-Rock, 1992)
"Found Out About You"-Gin Blossoms (Pop-Rock, 1992)
"Friday I'm In Love"-The Cure (New Wave, 1992)
"Dreams"-The Cranberries (Pop-Rock, 1993)
"My Name Is Mud"-Primus (Alternative, 1993)
"Sober"-Tool (Alternative, 1993)
"Tourette's"-Nirvana (Alternative, 1993)
"All Over You"-Live (Alternative, 1994)
"Elle G."-Newsboys (Rock, 1994)
"Violet"-Hole (Alternative, 1994)
"A Cruel Angel's Thesis"-Yoko Takahashi (Pop-Rock, 1995)
"Burnt Offerings"-Iced Earth (Metal, 1995)
"Gordo Randy"-Voodoo Glow Skulls (Reggae/Ska, 1995)
"Tonight, Tonight"-Smashing Pumpkins (Alternative, 1995)
"Wrong Way"-Sublime (Reggae/Ska, 1996)
"Paranoid Android"-Radiohead (Alternative, 1997)
"Fly Away"-Lenny Kravitz (Rock, 1998)
"Sugar"-System Of A Down (Nu-Metal, 1998)
"Goggins"-Pain (Punk, 1999)
"South Side"-Moby feat. Gwen Stefani (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 1999)
"When Worlds Collide"-Powerman 5000 (Nu-Metal, 1999)

00's
"Hemorrage (In My Hands)"-Fuel (Rock, 2000)
"It's Time To Party"-Andrew WK (Rock, 2001)
"Todeswalzer"-Windir (Metal, 2001)
"Battlefield"-Blind Guardian (Metal, 2002)
"Headstrong"-Trapt (Nu-Metal, 2002)
"The Outsider"-A Perfect Circle (Rock, 2003)
"Experimental Film"-They Might Be Giants (Alternative, 2004)
"Helena"-My Chemical Romance (Rock, 2004)
"I'mmortal"-Skinny Puppy (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2004)
"Planet Hell"-Nightwish (Metal, 2004)
"An Honest Mistake"-The Bravery (Alternative, 2005)
"Jackie Will Save Me"-Shiny Toy Guns (Indie Rock, 2006)
"Silent Shout"-The Knife (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2006)
"Ghosts of Memory"-Tiger Army (Punk, 2007)
"Robots"-Flight of the Conchords (Novelty, 2008)
"All The Right Moves"-OneRepublic (Pop-Rock, 2009)
"California Queen"-Wolfmother (Rock, 2009)
"Gold Guns Girls"-Metric (Indie Rock, 2009)
"Kiss With A Fist"-Florence and the Machine (Indie Rock, 2009)
"A Nightmare to Remember"-Dream Theater (Prog, 2009)

10's
"Are You Metal?"-Helloween (Metal, 2010)
"I, The Jury"-Grand Magus (Metal, 2010)
"Madder Red"-Yeasayer (Indie Rock, 2010)
"Radioactive"-Kings of Leon (Alternative, 2010)
"Young Blood"-The Naked and Famous (Indie Rock, 2010)
"Zero Distance"-Dark Tranquility (Metal, 2010)
"Down By The Water"-The Decemberists (Indie Rock, 2011)
"Faster"-Within Temptation (Nu-Metal, 2011)
"Hats Off To The Bull"-Chevelle (Rock, 2011)
"Rumor Has It"-Adele (Pop-Rock, 2011)
"The Sound of Winter"-Bush (Rock, 2011)
"Eyes Wide Open"-Gotye (Indie Rock, 2012)

Comments

  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited February 2012
    Your list has 4 songs I know! 3 of which are songs I like, so good job! :D
    But there's no Paramore, so that's a minus ><

    Your list is also pretty hard to read, since the text is just all grouped up together. Perhaps separating your list into groups (like decades) would make it easier on the eyes?
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited February 2012
    Cipher_Peon;4653246 said:
    Your list has 4 songs I know! 3 of which are songs I like, so good job! :D
    But there's no Paramore, so that's a minus ><

    Your list is also pretty hard to read, since the text is just all grouped up together. Perhaps separating your list into groups (like decades) would make it easier on the eyes?

    Will do, though I doubt I will sort into decades because I only have 3 60's songs and I don't feel it's enough. >_<
  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited February 2012
    Yeah, I noticed the lack of 60s songs. Besides that, at a glance your list looks incredibly varied and well made, although there's a staggering amount of unknowns. It's still a job well done, though :D
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited February 2012
    Cipher_Peon;4653273 said:
    Yeah, I noticed the lack of 60s songs. Besides that, at a glance your list looks incredibly varied and well made, although there's a staggering amount of unknowns. It's still a job well done, though :D

    Thanks, got any suggestions for the 60's stuff? I couldn't think of many off of the top of my head.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited February 2012
    All right, I done gone and not only replaced a few songs to add more 60's stuff, but sorted the songs by decade! Excite.
  • Gunsrock13Gunsrock13 Rising Star
    edited February 2012
    This seems like a good setlist, but if you could add a RHCP song, and a Mettalica song it would be better. "House of the rising son" could be added to the 60's. Overall this a great setlist and I would buy it.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited February 2012
    Gunsrock13;4655959 said:
    This seems like a good setlist, but if you could add a RHCP song, and a Mettalica song it would be better. "House of the rising son" could be added to the 60's. Overall this a great setlist and I would buy it.

    Well my original setlist had a Metallica song in it (Fuel) but I figured that I'd try to make the songs at least somewhat feasible to get into a game (maybe outside that one GnR song I have on there). As for the RHCP, Rock Band already has most of the ones I know, and I didn't think to include them.

    I promise I'll put House of the Rising Sun on my next setlist.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Now that we have Smooth, I decided to replace it. You know what I replaced it with?

    A Cruel Angel's Thesis, from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Why? Because it's damn awesome.
  • grumblevolcanogrumblevolcano Headliner
    edited March 2012
    The severe lack of Punk and no Linkin Park or Foo Fighters really disappoints me. Also, too many unknown bands and songs. The positives of this setlist are Bush and MCR.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    grumblevolcano;4680403 said:
    The severe lack of Punk and no Linkin Park or Foo Fighters really disappoints me. Also, too many unknown bands and songs. The positives of this setlist are Bush and MCR.
    1. I don't know enough punk.
    2. I don't really like Linkin Park.
    3. I felt we had enough Foo Fighters.
    4. I feel like I never know any of the songs on any other setlists, so I just did what I felt was like others. (Besides, there are plenty of popular bands on the setlist like Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Sublime, Rush, Bob Marley, David Bowie, Van Morrison, Guns 'n' Roses, Journey, Dire Straits, Nirvana, Tool, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Lenny Kravitz, Moby, OneRepublic, Wolfmother, Metric, Florence and the Machine, Kings of Leon, Adele, and Foster the People.)
    5. Thank you.
  • Gunsrock13Gunsrock13 Rising Star
    edited March 2012
    Great setlist. I would definetely buy this.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Gunsrock13;4683588 said:
    Great setlist. I would definetely buy this.
    thanks.

    Wait, you already commented on this and told me top add RHCP and Metallica... I'm confused. Did you decide differently or something?
  • WitticusWitticus VERY DEEP
    edited March 2012
    I went through and saw some excellent choices for songs like Starman by David Bowie and even Voodoo Glow Skulls plus like a hundred more. The ones I couldn't think of off the top of my head, like Echo Beach and Sunglasses at Night were "OMG I love that song" moments. Great work on the set, keep it up, also it might be a good idea to keep a list of all the songs that make it off your list so you can watch it expand over time.
  • Gunsrock13Gunsrock13 Rising Star
    edited March 2012
    What I meant to say is there are a lot of great songs here like Sober, Paradise City, Sound Of WInter and many more
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Gunsrock13;4683826 said:
    What I meant to say is there are a lot of great songs here like Sober, Paradise City, Sound Of WInter and many more

    Oh ok. Well, thank you.
  • Gunsrock13Gunsrock13 Rising Star
    edited March 2012
    no problem
  • Scythemaster 37Scythemaster 37 Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    I only like 30% of the songs from each year. Except for the 2000s, which is even lower than that. Too many unpopular songs.

    The lack of Lady Gaga is sad too :(
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited April 2012
    Changed "Pumped Up Kicks" with "Don't Stop", due to the former being in Blitz.
  • generalbanegeneralbane Rising Star
    edited April 2012
    I'll buy it just for Nightmare to Remember. That song will suck to play!
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited April 2012
    generalbane;4697226 said:
    I'll buy it just for Nightmare to Remember. That song will suck to play!

    You do realize this is never coming out, it's just fictional, right?

    Anyways, I decided to gt to work and make a GIF of all the album covers for the songs that are appearing.

    http://i.imgur.com/Xq0f7.gif

    Can you name all 100?
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited May 2012
    Replaced Phantom of the Opera with I'll See the Light Tonight.
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited June 2012
    Cult of Personality was confirmed for Blitz.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited June 2012
    Mileycyrussoulja;4763815 said:
    Cult of Personality was confirmed for Blitz.

    I know, I'm just too lazy to replace it. >_<

    Any suggestions for similar songs from the same time? Thought about going with that, another song by Living Colour, or choosing another song altogether.
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited June 2012
    I don't think you should put another Living Colour song on there since they were a one-hit wonder.

    How about "Cars" by Gary Numan, "Blinded by the Light" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band, or "Tommy the Cat" by Primus?
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited June 2012
    Mileycyrussoulja;4763878 said:
    I don't think you should put another Living Colour song on there since they were a one-hit wonder.

    How about "Cars" by Gary Numan, "Blinded by the Light" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band, or "Tommy the Cat" by Primus?
    I already have a Primus song, but I'll listen to Cars (never heard the whole thing) and Blinded by the Light and choose.

    OOPDATE: Congratulations Blinded By The Light, you're the new cult of Personality.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited July 2012
    Since Don't Stop is coming out as DLC, I replaced it with Hats Off To The Bull. I also changed the Pain song from "Futz Said Julie" to "Goggins", and changed the Industrial genre on "When Worlds Collide" and "I'mmortal".
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited August 2012
    Replaced "I Just Died in Your Arms" and "Lonely Boy" with "Addicted to That Rush" and "Eyes Wide Open", changed the Newsboys song to "Elle G." (it's less preachy and has more instrumentation), and changed the genre on "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" from Other to Pop-Rock.

    This concludes my triple-post.
  • mrjsr05mrjsr05 Road Warrior
    edited August 2012
    GandWuser;4653245 said:
    All right, I felt like my last setlist was an improvement. However, I also felt that it also had a bunch of songs that weren't the best choices. So here is an updated version, with about 25-35 different songs from the last. Hopefully this is even more diverse yet balanced.

    So without further ado:

    Rock Band 4 Setlist, Take 2.5

    60's
    "You Really Got Me"-The Kinks (Classic Rock, 1964)
    "Dear Mr. Fantasy"-Traffic (Prog, 1967)
    "Get Together"-The Youngbloods (Classic Rock, 1967)
    "Sweet Thing"-Van Morrison (Classic Rock, 1968)
    "Kick Out The Jams (Live)"-MC5 (Punk, 1969)

    70's
    "Layla"-Derek & the Dominoes (Classic Rock, 1970)
    "Aggression"-Gila (Prog, 1971)
    "Brown Sugar"-The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock, 1971)
    "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress"-The Hollies (Classic Rock, 1971)
    "Starman"-David Bowie (Glam, 1972)
    "Let It Ride"-Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Classic Rock, 1973)
    "Love, Reign O'er Me"-The Who (Classic Rock, 1973)
    "Burn"-Deep Purple (Classic Rock, 1974)
    "Who Don't Like Kids"-Sparks (Glam, 1974)
    "Man on the Silver Mountain"-Rainbow (Classic Rock, 1975)
    "Blinded By The Light"-Manfred Mann's Earth Band (Classic Rock, 1976)
    "Magic Man"-Heart (Classic Rock, 1976)
    "Natural Mystic"-Bob Marley and the Wailers (Reggae/Ska, 1977)
    "See No Evil"-Television (Punk, 1977)
    "Hold The Line"-Toto (Classic Rock, 1978)
    "Never Say Die"-Black Sabbath (Metal, 1978)
    "Take Me I'm Yours"-Squeeze (Pop-Rock, 1978)
    "What Do I Get?"-The Buzz****s (Punk, 1978)
    "Don't Bring Me Down"-Electric Light Orchestra (Classic Rock, 1979)
    "Human Fly"-The Cramps (Punk, 1979)

    80's
    "Canary in a Coalmine"-The Police (Pop-Rock, 1980)
    "Echo Beach"-Martha and the Muffins (New Wave, 1980)
    "I'm Alright"-Kenny Loggins (Classic Rock, 1980)
    "Goody Two Shoes"-Adam Ant (Pop-Rock, 1982)
    "Bang the Drum All Day"-Todd Rundgren (Pop-Rock, 1983)
    "Mommy's Little Monster"-Social Distortion (Punk, 1983)
    "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)"-Journey (Pop-Rock, 1983)
    "Dancing With Tears In My Eyes"-Ultravox (New Wave, 1984)
    "I'll See the Light Tonight"-Yngwie Malmsteen (Metal, 1984)
    "Sunglasses At Night"-Corey Hart (Pop-Rock, 1984)
    "Big Money"-Rush (Prog, 1985)
    "Money For Nothing"-Dire Straits (Pop-Rock, 1985)
    "Angel of Death"-Slayer (Metal, 1986)
    "Shot In The Dark"-Ozzy Osbourne (Metal, 1986)
    "Paradise City"-Guns 'n' Roses (Rock, 1987)
    "Girls Girls Girls"-Motley Crue (Metal, 1988)
    "Kiss Me Deadly"-Lita Ford (Pop-Rock, 1988)
    "Listen To Your Heart"-Roxette (Pop-Rock, 1988)
    "Under the Milky Way"-The Church (New Wave, 1988)
    "Addicted to That Rush"-Mr. Big (Rock, 1989)
    "Little Girls"-Oingo Boingo (New Wave, 1989)

    90's
    "Bring the Noize"-Public Enemy feat. Anthrax (Hip-Hop/Rap, 1991)
    "Everytime We Touch"-Maggie Rielly (Pop-Rock, 1992)
    "Found Out About You"-Gin Blossoms (Pop-Rock, 1992)
    "Friday I'm In Love"-The Cure (New Wave, 1992)
    "Dreams"-The Cranberries (Pop-Rock, 1993)
    "My Name Is Mud"-Primus (Alternative, 1993)
    "Sober"-Tool (Alternative, 1993)
    "Tourette's"-Nirvana (Alternative, 1993)
    "All Over You"-Live (Alternative, 1994)
    "Elle G."-Newsboys (Rock, 1994)
    "Violet"-Hole (Alternative, 1994)
    "A Cruel Angel's Thesis"-Yoko Takahashi (Pop-Rock, 1995)
    "Burnt Offerings"-Iced Earth (Metal, 1995)
    "Gordo Randy"-Voodoo Glow Skulls (Reggae/Ska, 1995)
    "Tonight, Tonight"-Smashing Pumpkins (Alternative, 1995)
    "Wrong Way"-Sublime (Reggae/Ska, 1996)
    "Paranoid Android"-Radiohead (Alternative, 1997)
    "Fly Away"-Lenny Kravitz (Rock, 1998)
    "Sugar"-System Of A Down (Nu-Metal, 1998)
    "Goggins"-Pain (Punk, 1999)
    "South Side"-Moby feat. Gwen Stefani (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 1999)
    "When Worlds Collide"-Powerman 5000 (Nu-Metal, 1999)

    00's
    "Hemorrage (In My Hands)"-Fuel (Rock, 2000)
    "It's Time To Party"-Andrew WK (Rock, 2001)
    "Todeswalzer"-Windir (Metal, 2001)
    "Battlefield"-Blind Guardian (Metal, 2002)
    "Headstrong"-Trapt (Nu-Metal, 2002)
    "The Outsider"-A Perfect Circle (Rock, 2003)
    "Experimental Film"-They Might Be Giants (Alternative, 2004)
    "Helena"-My Chemical Romance (Rock, 2004)
    "I'mmortal"-Skinny Puppy (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2004)
    "Planet Hell"-Nightwish (Metal, 2004)
    "An Honest Mistake"-The Bravery (Alternative, 2005)
    "Jackie Will Save Me"-Shiny Toy Guns (Indie Rock, 2006)
    "Silent Shout"-The Knife (Pop/Dance/Electronic, 2006)
    "Ghosts of Memory"-Tiger Army (Punk, 2007)
    "Robots"-Flight of the Conchords (Novelty, 2008)
    "All The Right Moves"-OneRepublic (Pop-Rock, 2009)
    "California Queen"-Wolfmother (Rock, 2009)
    "Gold Guns Girls"-Metric (Indie Rock, 2009)
    "Kiss With A Fist"-Florence and the Machine (Indie Rock, 2009)
    "A Nightmare to Remember"-Dream Theater (Prog, 2009)

    10's
    "Are You Metal?"-Helloween (Metal, 2010)
    "I, The Jury"-Grand Magus (Metal, 2010)
    "Madder Red"-Yeasayer (Indie Rock, 2010)
    "Radioactive"-Kings of Leon (Alternative, 2010)
    "Young Blood"-The Naked and Famous (Indie Rock, 2010)
    "Zero Distance"-Dark Tranquility (Metal, 2010)
    "Down By The Water"-The Decemberists (Indie Rock, 2011)
    "Faster"-Within Temptation (Nu-Metal, 2011)
    "Hats Off To The Bull"-Chevelle (Rock, 2011)
    "Rumor Has It"-Adele (Pop-Rock, 2011)
    "The Sound of Winter"-Bush (Rock, 2011)
    "Eyes Wide Open"-Gotye (Indie Rock, 2012)
    Totally sweet I Sure hope these song's are gonna be appearing on Rock band 4 You Should Email that list to HarMonix.
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited December 2012
    Helena is coming to RB next week
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited December 2012
    Mileycyrussoulja;4949318 said:
    Helena is coming to RB next week
    Ehh, I haven't really been updating this setlist. You can tell because it still has the Kenny Loggins and Sublime songs. But thanks.
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