RB4 Setlist (Take 2)

Henry_MonteiroHenry_Monteiro Opening Act
edited July 2013 in Your Ultimate Setlist
I got bored, so I made another setlist. I've returned to having balanced tiers for this one, since I found that that's some of the fun.

And before you point it out, I know a lot of tiers are really off-base. I will redo all tiers as actual tiers later on my thread.

60s
I'm Not Your Stepping Stone- Monkees
Papa's Got a Brand New Bag- James Brown
Dear Mr Fantasy- Traffic
You Really Got Me- Kinks
California Girls- Beach Boys
Subterranean Homesick Blues- Bob Dylan
The Kids are Alright- The Who
21st Century Schizoid Man- King Crimson
Time of the Season- Zombies

70s
Funeral Friend/Love Lies Bleeding- Elton John
Come Sail Away- Styx
The Knife- Genesis
My Sweet Lord- George Harrison
Long Distance Runaround- Yes
Crazy On You- Heart
Overkill- Motorhead
White Man in Hammersmith Palais- The Clash
Same Old Song and Dance- Aerosmith
Evil Woman- Electric Light Orchestra
Taking Care of Business- Bachman-Turner Overdrive
Changes- David Bowie
No More Heroes- Stranglers
Tumbling Dice- Rolling Stones
Only Love Will Break Your Heart- Neil Young

80s
The Reflex- Duran Duran
Johnny Hit and Run Paulene- X
Friend or Foe- Adam Ant
Love Removal Machine- The Cult
Dear God- XTC
Time Stand Still- Rush
You Make My Dreams- Hall & Oates
Mother- Danzig
I Am the Law- Anthrax
Ghost Town- Specials
I Will Dare- Replacements
Rock You Like a Hurricane- Scorpions
Where is My Mind- Pixies
Lovesong- The Cure
You Can Call Me Al- Paul Simon

90s
WMA- Pearl Jam
Date Rape- Sublime
Holland, 1945- Neutral Milk Hotel
I Come From the Water- Toadies
Ruiner- Nine Inch Nails
The Impression That I Get- Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Cannonball- Breeders
Birdhouse in Your Soul- They Might Be Giants
The Distance- Cake
Automatic- Less Than Jake
Prisoner of Society- The Living End
Loser- Beck
My Drug Buddy- Lemonheads
Summer Babe- Pavement
End of a Century- Blur
Novocaine for the Soul- Eels
1979- Smashing Pumpkins
Stop!- Jane's Addiction

00s
The Seed 2.0- Roots
Bones- Killers
Grounds for Divorce- Elbow
She Will Be Loved- Maroon 5
Do It Again- Queens of the Stone Age
The Sound of Settling- Death Cab for Cutie
Gunman- Them Crooked Vulture
mOBSCENE- Marilyn Manson
Archers- Brand New
Obstacle 1- Interpol
Stockhom Syndrome- Muse
Me and the Bean- Spoon
Sidewinder- Avenged Sevenfold
Hey Ya!- Outkast
Gold Lion- Yeah Yeah Yeahs
16 Military Wives- Decemberists
In My Place- Coldplay
Bleed it Out- Linkin Park
High Party- Ted Leo
Crack the Skye- Mastodon
Calling- Strung Out
Fluorescent Adolescent- Arctic Monkeys

10s
Get Lucky- Daft Punk
Diane Young- Vampire Weekend
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Comments

  • Henry_MonteiroHenry_Monteiro Opening Act
    edited July 2013
    Extra post of further information.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited July 2013
    90s and 00s stuff is a little weak, IMO.

    As much as I love the song Diane Young by Vampire Weekend, it would be boring as hell to play in Rock Band. I originally had it in my RB4 list, but after a close listen, I dropped it for Unbelievers. Diane Young has next to no guitar, the keys would mostly be long, sustained Contrabass Clarinet notes, and the vocals would be a lot of talkies (since the autotuning goes way higher and way lower than the RB vocal scale allows).

    I DO like the Arctic Monkeys, Maroon 5, The Roots, ELO, and a lot of your 1960s picks
  • Henry_MonteiroHenry_Monteiro Opening Act
    edited July 2013
    I'm glad someone finally responded.

    I just wanted a song from the new album, and Diane Young was the closest to sounding like it would firt for me. I already have the whole album tiered.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited July 2013
    Henry_Monteiro;5028332 said:
    I already have the whole album tiered.
    WHHAAAAAATTT?! *runs to your tiering thread*
  • grumblevolcanogrumblevolcano Headliner
    edited July 2013
    Nice setlist, rather varied however "Get Lucky" is a big no to me, any Daft Punk is. As for "Do It Again", although I do like that song I would switch it for another QotSA song (e.g. "You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire", "Make It Wit Chu") and include "Do It Again" by Steely Dan.
  • tdc002tdc002 Road Warrior
    edited July 2013
    grumblevolcano;5028481 said:
    Nice setlist, rather varied however "Get Lucky" is a big no to me, any Daft Punk is.
    I thought the same thing when I saw "Get Lucky." It's long, it's repetitive as hell, realistically the vocals would switch to keys halfway through...but a Rock Band 4 would NEED big hits to sell, and Get Lucky's a massive hit right now. Plus the guitar line's pretty funky and vocals would be fun.

    It just weirds me out that back in high school, the only kids that cared about Daft Punk were DDR and techno nerds (I wouldn't touch their music with a 10 foot pole back then), now they're on every rap and pop station CONSTANTLY.
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