Pseudomaniac's Rock Band 4

PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
edited March 2012 in Your Ultimate Setlist
Hey, haven't been here in a while! Well, a couple nights ago I whipped up a brand-new RB4 setlist for you guys, along with features I'd like included in Rock Band 4.

NEW FEATURES
Overall
  • Return of the old World Tour, with unlockable songs and challenges.
  • The full band is now present on the stage.
  • Dynamic crowds that respond to your playing with jumping, cheering, crowd surfing, and moshing.
  • More colorful, distinct, and detailed venues and instruments.
  • Even more character creation options.
  • Tutorials that teach players how to read sheet music and music theory.
Guitar
  • Uses a Rocksmith-esque system that allows players to use any guitar with a USB adaptor.
  • Natural and pinch harmonics can now be used.
  • Players can now use sheet music in addition to the usual animated tabs.
  • More advanced tutorials with guides on things such as finger positioning.
  • Rhythm and lead guitar are charted separately.
Bass
  • Any 4-string bass can be used.
  • Slapping and popping is allowed.
  • Better tutorials.
  • Players can now use sheet music in addition to animated tabs.
Drums
  • Double bass, hi-hat pedal stuff, and accents\ghost notes are now charted on higher difficulties.
  • Better tutorials that teach things like left foot techniques and speed techniques like heel-toe.
  • Higher difficulties on Pro Mode are no longer compatible with older kits that lack pedals and pressure sensors.
Keyboard
  • Tabs are no longer used; rather only scrolling sheet music is used.
  • The full keyboard is now utilized.
Vocals
  • Better tutorials that teach singing skills beyond what is used in the game.
  • Sheet music can now be used.
Setlist

1950's

• Chuck Berry- “Johnny B. Goode”
• Elvis Presley- “Hound Dog”

1960's

• The Animals- “House of the Rising Sun”
• Bob Dylan- “Like A Rolling Stone”
• Cream- “Sunshine of Your Love”
• Iron Butterfly- “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”
• MC5- “Kick Out the Jams”
• The Rolling Stones- "Street Fighting Man"
• Sly & The Family Stone- “I Want To Take You Higher”
• Steppenwolf- “Magic Carpet Ride”
• The Temptations- “My Girl”
• Van Morrison- “Brown Eyed Girl”
• The Zombies- “Time of the Season”

1970's

• Alice Cooper- “No More Mr. Nice Guy”
• Black Sabbath- “Supernaut”
• Budgie- “Breadfan”
• Charlie Daniels Band- “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”
• David Bowie- “The Man Who Sold the World”
• Derek and the Dominoes- “Layla”
• Dire Straits- “Sultans of Swing”
• Don McLean- “American Pie”
• Electric Light Orchestra- “Don’t Bring Me Down”
• Emerson, Lake, & Palmer- “Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression- Part 2”
• Fleetwood Mac- “The Chain”
• Funkadelic- “One Nation Under A Groove”
• Marvin Gaye- “What’s Going On?”
• Meat Loaf- “Bat Out of Hell”
• Mott the Hoople- “All the Young Dudes”
• Ram Jam- “Black Betty”
• Rush- "Bastille Day"
• Santana- “Oye Como Va”
• Steely Dan- “Reelin’ In the Years”
• The Who- “Love, Reign O’er Me”

1980's

• Asia- “Heat of the Moment”
• Bad Brains- “Banned in D.C.”
• Blue Oyster Cult- “Burnin’ For You”
• The Cure- "Fascination Street"
• Danzig- “Mother”
• Dead Kennedys- “Bleed for Me”
• Diamond Head- “Am I Evil?”
• Don Henley- “The Boys of Summer”
• Eurythmics- “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”
• Fine Young Cannibals- “She Drives Me Crazy”
• Genesis- “Land of Confusion”
• Guns n’ Roses- “Paradise City”
• Hall & Oates- “Rich Girl”
• Journey- “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)”
• Lita Ford- “Kiss Me Deadly”
• Living Colour- “Cult of Personality”
• Metallica- “Creeping Death”
• Midnight Oil- “Power and the Passion”
• Modern English- “I Melt With You”
• Oingo Boingo- “Weird Science”
• Skid Row- “18 and Life”
• Styx- “Come Sail Away”
• Toto- “Rosanna”
• U2- “Sunday Bloody Sunday”
• Van Halen- “Hot for Teacher”

1990's

• Ace of Base- “The Sign”
• Anthrax feat. Chuck D- “Bring the Noise”
• Bad Religion- “Infected”
• Barenaked Ladies- “If I Had $1,000,000”
• Blind Guardian- “Mirror Mirror”
• Collective Soul- “Shine”
• Dave Matthews Band- “Crash Into Me”
• Depeche Mode- “Enjoy the Silence”
• Dream Theater- “Metropolis Pt. 1: The Miracle and the Sleeper”
• Gravity Kills- “Guilty”
• Judas Priest- “A Touch of Evil”
• KoRn- “Got the Life”
• Live- “The Dolphin’s Cry”
• Mighty Mighty Bosstones- “The Impression That I Get”
• Neutral Milk Hotel- “Holland, 1945”
• Nine Inch Nails- "Wish"
• Nirvana- “Sliver”
• Oasis- “Champagne Supernova”
• Our Lady Peace- “Clumsy”
• Pantera- “Cemetery Gates”
• Pavement- “Cut Your Hair”
• Pearl Jam- “Better Man”
• Primus- “Tommy the Cat”
• Radiohead- “Karma Police”
• Rage Against the Machine- “Calm Like a Bomb”
• Smashing Pumpkins- “Bullet With Butterfly Wings”
• Stratovarius- “Black Diamond”
• Sublime- “What I Got”
• Temple of the Dog- “Hunger Strike”
• Tool- “Sober”
• Weird Al Yankovich- “Albuquerque”

2000's

• AFI- “Days of the Phoenix”
• Arcade Fire- “Keep the Car Running”
• Arctic Monkeys- “I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor”
• Belle & Sebastian- “Step Into My Office, Baby”
• Big & Rich- “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”
• Coheed & Cambria- “The Suffering”
• Coldplay- “Lovers in Japan”
• Fall Out Boy- “Grand Theft Autumn\Where Is Your Boy”
• Foo Fighters- “Let It Die”
• The Fray- “Over My Head”
• GazettE- “Filth in the Beauty”
• In Flames- “Only For the Weak”
• Interpol- “The Heinrich Maneuever”
• Kelly Clarkson- “My Life Would Suck Without You”
• The Killers- “Somebody Told Me”
• Kings of Leon- “Use Somebody”
• Lamb of God- “Walk With Me in Hell”
• Linkin Park- “Faint”
• The Mars Volta- “Wax Simulacra”
• Mastodon- “Crack the Skye”
• Matchbox Twenty- “How Far We’ve Come”
• Modest Mouse- “Dashboard”
• Mudvayne- “Happy?”
• Muse- “Knights of Cydonia”
• Nightwish- “Wish I Had An Angel”
• NOFX- “Separation of Church and Skate”
• The Offspring- “Original Prankster”
• Outkast- “Hey Ya”
• Paramore- “Brick by Boring Brick”
• Red Hot Chili Peppers- “Can’t Stop”
• Rise Against- "Paper Wings"
• Sick Puppies- “You’re Going Down”
• Story of the Year- “Anthem of Our Dying Day”
• System of a Down- "Question!"
• Tenacious D- “Wonderboy”
• Velvet Revolver- “Slither”
• Weezer- “We Are All On Drugs”

2010's

• AWOLNATION- “Sail”
• Adele- “Rumour Has It”
• The Black Keys- "Lonely Boy"
• Cee-Lo Green- “Forget You”
• Foster the People- “Pumped Up Kicks”
• OK Go- “This Too Shall Pass”

130 total
*I thought the game needed a good acoustic\argeppegio song and "Good Riddance" is my favorite. I know it's already in GD:RB. Consider it a free Pro Upgrade.

So how do you guys like it? I personally consider it my personal best, but that's just me.

Comments

  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited March 2012
    16 songs that I know! Nice!
    We already have Fly By Night and Head Like A Hole, so go buy them right now and enjoy the hell out of them :D
    And two of your songs is surprisingly a part of my super secret USL in the making :O
    One is super obvious and one is...not so much :p
    No Paramore though makes me a sad panda :I
  • dragoninforcerdragoninforcer UnWashed
    edited March 2012
    we already have Love Will Tear Us Apart
  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited March 2012
    I completely forget that it exists! Whoops :p
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Time Of Your Life and Aerials we have too.
  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited March 2012
    Dammit, I even counted Aerials too! How did I miss that :I
  • GNFfhqwhgadsGNFfhqwhgads 99% Washed Up
    edited March 2012
    We have Ocean Avenue, don't we?
  • Cipher_PeonCipher_Peon I don't get it at all
    edited March 2012
  • RockStar1966RockStar1966 Unsigned
    edited March 2012
    Pseudomaniac;4664537 said:

    [*]Higher difficulties are no longer compatible with older kits that lack pedals and pressure sensors.

    Oh boy. That would go over well with the community.

    Good setlist though.
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    You can tell how much attention I've been paying to DLC lately *facepalm* I'll go back and fix those. I've been away for a while and I tried to make sure I didn't have repeats, but I didn't have time to check for all of them. Not even sure why "Aerials" is there... "Question!" is my favorite SOAD song anyway.

    EDIT: Changes made:

    "Fly By Night", "Aerials", "Head Like A Hole", and "Love Will Tear Us Apart" removed. Added "Bastille Day", "Question!", "Wish", and "Sober". If someone could give me a good 90's acoustic song to replace "Time of Your Life" with it would be appreciated.
  • coolsnoopy97coolsnoopy97 Rising Star
    edited March 2012
    Not bad, I'd probably buy it. Still, I'd prefer more metal and there's practically nothing in the 00s section I would play. On the other hand, that's the case with most setlists :P
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    coolsnoopy97;4665367 said:
    Not bad, I'd probably buy it. Still, I'd prefer more metal and there's practically nothing in the 00s section I would play. On the other hand, that's the case with most setlists :P

    Black Sabbath, Budgie, Danzig, Diamond Head, Living Color, Metallica, Skid Row, Van Halen, Anthrax, Dream Theater, Judas Priest, Tool, Lamb of God, Mastodon, Mudvayne, and Nightwish not enough metal for you? :p

    And I tried to make the whole setlist as varied as possible with an emphasis on making sure of not repeating RB3's mistake of having a lot of "filler" songs (meaning songs that consist entirely of chords on guitar, simple basslines, and generic 4\4 rock beats on drums), so there shouldn't be an overwhelming amount of any genre. Unfortunately, that means if you're a huge fan of one specific genre there won't be too much for you.
  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    GNFfhqwhgads;4664634 said:
    We have Ocean Avenue, don't we?

    We do indeeed
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    ^It's also already been fixed on the setlist
  • generalbanegeneralbane Rising Star
    edited March 2012
    Extra credit for putting Metropolis instead of Pull Me Under. Finally someone understands
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Haha yeah I can't stand "Pull Me Under".

    Anyhow, I made a few changes:

    Replaced Yellowcard- "Way Away" with Paramore- "Brick by Boring Brick".

    Added:

    Iron Butterfly- "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"
    Funkadelic- "One Nation Under a Groove"
    Fine Young Cannibals- "She Drives Me Crazy"
    Blind Guardian- "Mirror Mirror"
    In Flames- "Only For the Weak"
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    And there goes "I Hate Everything About You"! Less than a week after my setlist was released lol
  • JimmyJett86JimmyJett86 Unsigned
    edited March 2012
    A few other good 90's acoustic songs:
    Karma Police - Radiohead
    Hold on Hope - Guided by Voices
    Cold Brains - Beck

    all of which also feature keys

    Also you should consider adding these songs to maybe deversify:

    *probably has keys

    Exactly Where I'm At* - Ween
    Shake Me Down - Cage the Elephant
    Get Up - R.E.M.
    Games Without Frontiers* - Peter Gabriel
    Mexican Radio* - Wall of Voodoo
    Welcome to my Nightmare* - Alice Cooper
    The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway* - Genesis (something from the Gabriel years would likely be much better, just saying ._.)
    Just the Same* - Gentle Giant
    Hungry Freaks, Daddy* - Mothers of Invention
    My Little Red Book* - Love
    Baron Saturday* - Pretty Things (that bass)

    also God Only Knows or Wouldn't it be nice by the Beach Boys would be.....nice.

    also (lol) The Real Me by the Who would probably be better than Love Reign O'er Me (but their both fantastic I love that album.)

    >ITAOTS song
    >trolling detected
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    JimmyJett86;4669763 said:
    A few other good 90's acoustic songs:
    Karma Police - Radiohead
    Hold on Hope - Guided by Voices
    Cold Brains - Beck

    Cool I think I'll use Karma Police. Thanks.

    all of which also feature keys

    Also you should consider adding these songs to maybe deversify:

    *probably has keys

    Exactly Where I'm At* - Ween
    Shake Me Down - Cage the Elephant
    Get Up - R.E.M.
    Games Without Frontiers* - Peter Gabriel
    Mexican Radio* - Wall of Voodoo
    Welcome to my Nightmare* - Alice Cooper
    The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway* - Genesis (something from the Gabriel years would likely be much better, just saying ._.)
    Just the Same* - Gentle Giant
    Hungry Freaks, Daddy* - Mothers of Invention
    My Little Red Book* - Love
    Baron Saturday* - Pretty Things (that bass)

    No room left on the setlist. 130's my limit. I will look through these to find a replacement for the TDG song tho. Also, "The Lamb Lies Down" is my favorite Genesis. However, I'm aiming partially for popularity when looking for songs.

    also God Only Knows or Wouldn't it be nice by the Beach Boys would be.....nice.

    also (lol) The Real Me by the Who would probably be better than Love Reign O'er Me (but their both fantastic I love that album.)

    "Love, Reign O'er Me" is a blast on drums and has a great keys part. Plus it's my favorite Who song so it was a must-have.

    >ITAOTS song
    >trolling detected

    Haha I've known that song for a year now and I wasn't aware of the meme until recently. I legitimately like the song though. Not all hipster music is terrible :p

    Replies in bold.
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Changes made:

    Removed
    Green Day- "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)"
    Three Days Grace- "I Hate Everything About You"
    The Black Keys- "Tighten Up"

    Added
    Radiohead- "Karma Police"
    Interpol- "The Heinrich Maneuver"
    The Black Keys- "Lonely Boy"
  • JimmyJett86JimmyJett86 Unsigned
    edited March 2012
    'American Pie' is by Don McLean, not Don Henley.
    I think you mixed his name up with the other song you have on the list by Don Henley.
  • GandWuserGandWuser Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Not a bad setlist at all, really. But one thing: I think it shares about 13 songs with my last setlist. O_o
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    JimmyJett86;4670227 said:
    'American Pie' is by Don McLean, not Don Henley.
    I think you mixed his name up with the other song you have on the list by Don Henley.
    That's exactly what happened lol
  • MileycyrussouljaMileycyrussoulja Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Not a bad setlist at all. :) I'd buy it.
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Mileycyrussoulja;4670841 said:
    Not a bad setlist at all. :) I'd buy it.

    Thanks anything in particular you like\dislike?
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    There goes "Down Under"! Any recommendations for its replacement?
  • GameMaster439GameMaster439 Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Pseudomaniac;4679053 said:
    There goes "Down Under"! Any recommendations for its replacement?

    Fascination Street by The Cure
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    Changes Made:

    Removed
    Men at Work- "Down Under"
    Rise Against- "Everchanging"

    Added
    The Cure- "Fascination Street"
    Rise Against- "Paper Wings"
  • grumblevolcanogrumblevolcano Headliner
    edited March 2012
    Great setlist and fairly balanced too. Favourite songs on your setlist are Let It Die, Faint and Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy. Would replace 1 of the 2000s metal songs with Always by Blink-182 for a bit more variety though as there's a bit too much metal (referring to the metal/nu-metal genres seperated definition of metal)
  • PseudomaniacPseudomaniac Road Warrior
    edited March 2012
    This setlist intentionally had a kind of hard rock//heavy metal slant. I'll do a genre breakdown eventually to make sure whether its balanced. Just haven't had time.
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