Rock Band Three Setlist

DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
edited August 2008 in Your Ultimate Setlist
[CENTER]1950's (4)
"Jailhouse Rock" -- Elvis Presley (Classic Rock - 1957)
Johnny B. Goode -- Chuck Berry (Classic Rock - 1958)
"Bad Luck" -- B.B. King (Blues - 1957) *Originally by Ivory Joe Hunter*
"Bo Diddley" -- Bo Diddley (Blues - 1955)

1960's (10)
"Come Together" -- The Beatles (Classic Rock - 1969)
"Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)" -- The Doors (Classic Rock - 1967)
"Get Off of My Cloud" -- The Rolling Stones (Classic Rock - 1965)
"21st Century Schizoid Man" -- King Crimson (Progressive - 1969)
[I]"For Your Love"[/I] -- The Yardbirds (Classic Rock - 1965) *Originally by Graham Gouldman*
"Fire" -- The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Classic Rock - 1967)
"Memory Of A Free Festival" -- David Bowie (Classic Rock - 1969)
"White Room" -- Cream (Classic Rock - 1968)
"Subterranean Homesick Blues" -- Bob Dylan (Classic Rock - 1965)

1970's (21)
"Black Water" -- The Doobie Brothers (Classic Rock - 1974)
"Love Reign O'er Me" -- The Who (Classic Rock - 1973)
"T.N.T" -- AC/DC (Classic Rock - 1975)
"La Grange" -- ZZ Top (Southern Rock - 1973)
"Rock And Roll All Nite" -- KISS (Classic Rock - 1975)
"Yours Is No Disgrace" -- Yes (Progressive - 1970)
"Lust For Life" -- Iggy Pop And The Stooges (Punk - 1977)
"Saturday Night's All Right For Fighting" -- Elton John (Classic Rock - 1973)
"Electric Funeral" -- Black Sabbath (Metal - 1970)
"Magic Man" -- Heart (Classic Rock - 1976)
"Run Through The Jungle" -- Creedence Clearwater Revival (Classic Rock - 1970)
"Godzilla" -- Blue Oyster Cult (Classic Rock - 1977)
"Killer Queen" -- Queen (Classic Rock - 1974)
"Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)
"Exciter" -- Judas Priest (Metal - 1978)
"God Save The Queen" -- Sex Pistols (Punk - 1977)
"I Wanna Be Sedated" -- The Ramones (Punk - 1978)
"White Riot" -- The Clash (Punk - 1977)
"Killing An Arab" -- The Cure (Alternative - 1978)
"By-Tor And The Snowdog" -- Rush (Progressive - 1975)
"Sweet Home Alabama" -- Lynyrd Skynyrd (Southern Rock - 1974)

1980's (16)
"Scoff" -- Nirvana (Alternative - 1989)
"Nobody's Fool" -- Cinderella (Glam - 1986)
"Poison" -- Alice Cooper (Glam - 1989)
"Rainbow In The Dark" -- Dio (Metal - 1983)
"Practice What You Preach" -- Testament (Metal - 1989)
"I Turned Into A Martian" -- The Misfits (Punk - 1982)
"Foolin'" -- Def Leppard (Metal - 1983)
"You Give Love A Bad Name" -- Bon Jovi (Glam - 1986)
"Metal Health (Bang Your Head)" -- Quiet Riot (Metal - 1983)
"Nightrain" -- Guns 'N' Roses (Metal - 1987)
"Another Typical City" -- U.K. Subs (Punk - 1983)
"Dr. Feelgood" -- Motley Crue (Glam - 1989)
"Twilight Zone" -- Golden Earring (Rock - 1982)
"Leprosy" -- Death (Metal - 1988)
"Madhouse" -- Anthrax (Metal - 1985)
"It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" -- R.E.M. (Alternative - 1987)

1990's (13)
"Do The Evolution" -- Pearl Jam (Alternative - 1998)
"Fell On Black Days" -- Soundgarden (Alternative- 1994)
"Freak On A Leash" -- KoRn (Metal - 1999)
"Wait And Bleed" -- Slipknot (Metal - 1999)
"No Excuses" -- Alice In Chains (Alternative - 1994)
"Plush" -- Stone Temple Pilots (Alternative - 1992)
"Mayonaise" -- Smashing Pumpkins (Alternative - 1993)
"Walk" -- Pantera (Metal - 1992)
"The Memory Remains" -- Metallica (Metal - 1997)
"Sleep Now In The Fire" -- Rage Against The Machine (Rock - 1999)
"Stinkfoot (Live)" -- Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention (Progressive - 1991)
"Infected" -- Bad Religion (Punk - 1994)
"Sober" -- Tool (Progressive - 1993)

2000's (11)
"2+2=5" -- Radiohead (Alternative - 2003)
"Can't Stop" -- Red Hot Chili Peppers (Alternative - 2003)
"Silver And Cold" -- A.F.I. (Emo - 2003)
"What I've Done" -- Linkin Park (Rock - 2006)
"Drive" -- Incubus (Alternative - 2001)
"Feathers" -- Coheed and Cambria (Progressive - 2008)
"Steady, As She Goes" -- The Raconteurs (Rock - 2006)
"Vertigo" -- U2 (Alternative - 2004)
"Citizen Erased" -- Muse (Alternative - 2001)
"I Believe In A Thing Called Love" -- The Darkness (Glam - 2003)
"Scream" -- Tokio Hotel (Emo - 2008)
"Star****ers, Inc." -- Nine Inch Nails (Alternative - 2000)

Bonus Songs (10):
"Red Dragon" -- Deerhoof (Pop Rock - 2001)
"Uncle Sam's On Mars" -- Hawkwind (Progressive - 2006)
"Sing Along" -- The Blue Man Group ft. Dave Matthews (Rock - 2003)
"Whip It" -- Devo (Rock (???) - 1980)
"Evil Woman" -- Crow (Classic Rock -1970)
"Hemorrhage (In My Hands)" -- Fuel (Pop Rock - 2000)
"Headstrong" -- Trapt (Nu-Metal - 2003)
"Ocean Avenue" -- Yellowcard (Pop Rock - 2004)
"It Ends Tonight" -- The All-American Rejects (Pop Rock - 2005)
"Broken" -- Seether ft. Amy Lee (Pop Rock - 2004)

95 Songs.

Launch DLC
Pink Floyd Pack 01:
"Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)
"Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3)" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)
"Comfortably Numb" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)

Bonus:
"Another Brick In The Wall (All Parts In One)" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)

Prog. Legends Pack 01:
"Supper's Ready" -- Genesis (Progressive - 1972)
"Rock Me Baby" -- Blue Cheer (Progressive - 1967)
"Elephant Talk" -- King Crimson (Progressive - 1981)

Steely Dan Pack 01:
"Cousin Dupree" (Rock - 2000)
"Do It Again" (Rock - 1972)
"Josie" (Rock - 1977)

Aqualung (Jethro Tull) Album Pack:
"Aqualung" (Rock - 1971)
"Cross-Eyed Mary" (Rock - 1971)
"Cheap Day Return" (Rock - 1971)
"Mother Goose" (Rock - 1971)
"Wond'ring Aloud" (Rock - 1971)
"Up To Me" (Rock - 1971)
"My God" (Rock - 1971)
"Hymn 43" (Rock - 1971)
"Slipstream" (Rock - 1971)
"Locomotive Breath" (Rock - 1971)
"Wind Up" (Rock - 1971)

Bonus:
"Lick Your Fingers Clean" (Progressive -1999)
"Wind Up (Quad Version)" (Progressive - 1999)
"Song For Jeffrey" (Progressive - 1999)
"Fat Man" (Progressive - 1999)
"[B][I]Bour

Comments

  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    Not too bad, even though you copied my idea ;)

    Good songs BUT not enough variety for me...for instance you have NO Pop Rock, Nu-Metal, or Emo and your DLC is all Prog (you mislabeled Jethro) except for Nirvana plus your decades are weighted classics heavy. Rock Band games will always be current-heavy.

    However, I do like some of your selections and your formatting is nice also.

    Since you took from me, I might have to take from you a bit :cool:

    I'm gonna go listen to all of the stuff here I haven't heard :D
  • camero1970camero1970 Rising Star
    edited August 2008
    Perfect setlist man.......
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    I hope you don't mind that I plug MY RB3 SETLIST here
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    kingtonyx;970908 said:
    Not too bad, even though you copied my idea ;)

    Good songs BUT not enough variety for me...for instance you have NO Pop Rock, Nu-Metal, or Emo and your DLC is all Prog (you mislabeled Jethro) except for Nirvana plus your decades are weighted classics heavy. Rock Band games will always be current-heavy.

    However, I do like some of your selections and your formatting is nice also.

    Since you took from me, I might have to take from you a bit :cool:

    I'm gonna go listen to all of the stuff here I haven't heard :D
    1. Yeah. <_<
    2. For the Pop Rock and Emo, I was gonna edit it but got lazy. .-. But you got me on the Nu Metal, since there's only two songs that classify as Nu Metal. Tokio Hotel and A.F.I. fall under "Mall" emo, I guess. :|
    3. Yet another thing to work on with decades and DLC.
    4. Fair enough. :D
  • macdaddy3598macdaddy3598 Rising Star
    edited August 2008
    Good list. Lots of mellow stuff.

    I can't help but laugh when I see proposals for RB3 setlists as the poor, GH slobs are awaiting ANY information of their setlist.

    (include me as one of the anxious, borderline aggrevated GH slobs)
  • edited August 2008
    Very good list, more 70s music than 2000s. That's the way it should be.
  • afterstasisafterstasis Washed Up
    edited August 2008
    i agree.
    while i really like a good percentage of your setlist it really is skewed strongly towards a certain kind of music fan...
    i'm not complaining though... i do my lists pretty similarly.
  • cantcatchme1411cantcatchme1411 Opening Act
    edited August 2008
    I personally love this setlist and think its great. But it is geared for an older crowd and not towards the young folks that these are traditionally aimed at. I agree with the above posters in saying, if you want it to sell, you've gotta cut some 70s and put some more pop in there. Plus the newer stuff kinda gets you in a happy, light-hearted mood more than all that Pink Floyd :-P. Great picks though, this is some amazingly historical music.
  • WaltXWaltX Opening Act
    edited August 2008
    Awesome! I LOVE it! I wish Harmonix had the same taste as you.
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    Updated with the first five weeks of DLC. Thanks everyone for the comments. :)
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    your Pop-Punk pack could have cleared up a bit of your genre problems!

    Green Day = punk
    FOB & HH = emo
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    kingtonyx;971237 said:
    your Pop-Punk pack could have cleared up a bit of your genre problems!

    Green Day = punk
    FOB & HH = emo
    Well thanks for the help. I was hesitant for putting Green Day in punk, since I think it would be odd seeing this:

    Punk:
    Lust For Life
    Iggy Pop And The Stooges

    I Wanna Be Sedated
    The Ramones

    God Save The Queen
    The Sex Pistols

    White Riot
    The Clash

    Welcome To Paradise
    Green Day

    .-.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    DarkSide247;971266 said:
    Well thanks for the help. I was hesitant for putting Green Day in punk, since I think it would be odd seeing this:

    Punk:
    Lust For Life
    Iggy Pop And The Stooges

    I Wanna Be Sedated
    The Ramones

    God Save The Queen
    The Sex Pistols

    White Riot
    The Clash

    Welcome To Paradise
    Green Day

    .-.
    Green Day is just the new(er) generation of those bands
  • CheezerRoxCheezerRox Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    Great setlist, DarkSide, my man. The NIRVANA album made me bleed purple from the eyes in the back of my head. And "Do the Evolution" is a great Pearl Jam pick. Overall great.
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    CheezerRox;971323 said:
    Great setlist, DarkSide, my man. The NIRVANA album made me bleed purple from the eyes in the back of my head. And "Do the Evolution" is a great Pearl Jam pick. Overall great.
    Thanks Cheezer.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    hahah you're making me want to post a new week of DLC!

    tomorrowwwww, must.....stick....to...my...schedule :eek:
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    kingtonyx;971344 said:
    hahah you're making me want to post a new week of DLC!

    tomorrowwwww, must.....stick....to...my...schedule :eek:
    Heh. Just added weeks six and seven.
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    here's the DLC I would get!

    Launch DLC

    "Comfortably Numb" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)

    "Locomotive Breath" (Rock - 1971)

    Nirvana Album Pack:
    "You Know You're Right" (Alternative - 2002)
    "About A Girl (Alternative - 1989)
    "Been A Son" (Alternative - 1989)
    "Sliver" (Alternative - 1992)
    "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Come As You Are" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Lithium" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Heart-Shaped Box" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Pennyroyal Tea" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Rape Me" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Dumb" (Alternative - 1993)
    "All Apologies (Unplugged)" (Alternative - 1994)
    "The Man Who Sold The World" (Alternative - 1994) *Originally by David Bowie*

    Bonus:
    "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" (Alternative - 1994) *Originally by Lead Belly*
    "Something In The Way (Unplugged)" (Alternative - 1994)

    Week One DLC

    "Texas Flood" (Blues - 1983)
    "Pride And Joy" (Blues - 1983)

    Week Three DLC
    The Cure Pack 01:
    "Just Like Heaven" (Alternative - 1987)
    "Boys Don't Cry" (Alternative - 1979)
    "Numb" (Alternative - 1996)

    Week Four DLC
    Pop Punk Pack 01:
    "Welcome To Paradise" -- Green Day (Punk - 1994)
    "Carpal Tunnel Of Love" -- Fall Out Boy (Emo - 2007)
    "Ohio Is For Lovers" -- Hawthorne Heights (Emo - 2004)

    Week Six DLC
    Nu-Metal Pack 01:
    "Land Of Confusion" -- Disturbed (Metal - 2008)
    "Sugar" -- System Of A Down (Metal - 1998)
    "Ladies And Gentlemen" -- Saliva (Metal - 2006)

    Week Seven DLC
    "Hallowed By Thy Name" -- Iron Maiden (Metal - 1993)
    "Angel Of Death" -- Slayer (Metal - 1986)

    All in all not too bad, about what I would usually get from actual DLC
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    kingtonyx;971499 said:
    here's the DLC I would get!

    Launch DLC

    "Comfortably Numb" -- Pink Floyd (Progressive - 1979)

    "Locomotive Breath" (Rock - 1971)

    Nirvana Album Pack:
    "You Know You're Right" (Alternative - 2002)
    "About A Girl (Alternative - 1989)
    "Been A Son" (Alternative - 1989)
    "Sliver" (Alternative - 1992)
    "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Come As You Are" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Lithium" (Alternative - 1991)
    "Heart-Shaped Box" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Pennyroyal Tea" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Rape Me" (Alternative - 1993)
    "Dumb" (Alternative - 1993)
    "All Apologies (Unplugged)" (Alternative - 1994)
    "The Man Who Sold The World" (Alternative - 1994) *Originally by David Bowie*

    Bonus:
    "Where Did You Sleep Last Night" (Alternative - 1994) *Originally by Lead Belly*
    "Something In The Way (Unplugged)" (Alternative - 1994)

    Week One DLC

    "Texas Flood" (Blues - 1983)
    "Pride And Joy" (Blues - 1983)

    Week Three DLC
    The Cure Pack 01:
    "Just Like Heaven" (Alternative - 1987)
    "Boys Don't Cry" (Alternative - 1979)
    "Numb" (Alternative - 1996)

    Week Four DLC
    Pop Punk Pack 01:
    "Welcome To Paradise" -- Green Day (Punk - 1994)
    "Carpal Tunnel Of Love" -- Fall Out Boy (Emo - 2007)
    "Ohio Is For Lovers" -- Hawthorne Heights (Emo - 2004)

    Week Six DLC
    Nu-Metal Pack 01:
    "Land Of Confusion" -- Disturbed (Metal - 2008)
    "Sugar" -- System Of A Down (Metal - 1998)
    "Ladies And Gentlemen" -- Saliva (Metal - 2006)

    Week Seven DLC
    "Hallowed By Thy Name" -- Iron Maiden (Metal - 1993)
    "Angel Of Death" -- Slayer (Metal - 1986)

    All in all not too bad, about what I would usually get from actual DLC
    Thanks. :3

    Realizing I forgot about it, I added a bonus section, which I took to my advantage to add Pop Rock. (I'm considering Post-Grunge Pop Rock for this set list, don't ask. >_>)
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    you got one other Pop Rock track in there, Devo!

    although some may consider it punk too... I never quite understood that but so be it

    also your Yellowcard is on with the pop-rock

    but calling Trapt Pop Rock takes away it's real genre which you also don't have, Nu-Metal

    I see you added a new week of DLC, I'd probably get all of that also
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    kingtonyx;971620 said:
    you got one other Pop Rock track in there, Devo!

    although some may consider it punk too... I never quite understood that but so be it

    also your Yellowcard is on with the pop-rock

    but calling Trapt Pop Rock takes away it's real genre which you also don't have, Nu-Metal

    I see you added a new week of DLC, I'd probably get all of that also
    Devo is often is called New Wave, which is like a softer form of Punk. I don't really consider Trapt metal, I think of them as Post-Grunge with a tad bit of Metal in them. But, I'll go by your thoughts and Wiki, and say they're Metal.
  • Mister_DerpMister_Derp Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    Avenged Sevenfold? Drum legend? I don't know about that...
    Other than that, pretty good list.
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited August 2008
    Mister_Derp;972436 said:
    Avenged Sevenfold? Drum legend? I don't know about that...
    Other than that, pretty good list.
    I couldn't think of a last one, and The Rev came to mind, so I just put them. <_<
  • kingtonyxkingtonyx Unofficial
    edited August 2008
    a lot of people would consider The Rev up there among the top current drummers

    also coming to mind is Travis Barker, Joey Jordison, and Terry Bozzio
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