Rock On, the Entire Rock Band 3 Setlist Leaked [Update: Official List]

Published 4 years ago by , Updated May 4th, 2012 at 4:14 am,

Rock Band 3 Setlist

[Update: Looks like the boys at Harmonix wanted to have a little fun with the gaming press, so they took to the internet to release their official response to the leak of the song list for Rock Band 3.

As you will see, Harmonix is clearly disputing the accuracy of the leak and states that all official news regarding the song list will only come from the company itself. That being said, you may want to pay attention to what is going on in the left-hand portion of the screen for further clarification.

Didn’t catch all of the songs? Don’t worry. We listed them for your reading pleasure below. ]

Oh YouTube, you and your delightful HD settings have done it again. It seems that user GottGameShows uploaded a video to YouTube yesterday (that has since been removed) showing a Harmonix representative scrolling through the entire Rock Band 3 set-list in gorgeous HD quality, perfectly readable, and the internet went crazy noting each and every song. This set-list could be the final finished set-list for Rock Band 3.

Of course, this is still in the rumour stages, because not only are there some differences between previous leaks, but also we don’t know what may, or may not have been DLC. We did get a good idea of a few songs then we first saw the trailer, and this new list seems like it could be a rather complete well rounded setlist, but I guess we wont know until we get an official list from Harmonix.

Take a look at the set-list for yourself:

  • Amy Winehouse — Rehab
  • Anthrax — Caught In A Mosh
  • At the Drive-In — One Armed Scissor
  • Avenged Sevenfold — Beast and the Harlot
  • B-52′s — Rock Lobster
  • Big Country — In a Big Country
  • Bigger, Something Brighter
  • Blondie — Heart of Glass
  • Blood, Sweat, & Tears — Spinning Wheel
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers — Get Up, Stand Up
  • Chicago — 25 or 6 to 4
  • David Bowie — Space Oddity
  • Deep Purple — Smoke on the Water
  • Def Leppard — Foolin’
  • Devo — Whip It
  • Dio — Rainbow in the Dark
  • Dire Straits — Walk of Life
  • Dover — King George
  • Echo and the Bunnymen — Killing Moon
  • Elton John — Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
  • Faith No More — Midlife Crisis
  • Filter — Hey Man, Nice Shot
  • Flaming Lips — Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1
  • Foreigner — Cold as Ice
  • Golden Earring — Radar Love
  • HIM — Killing Loneliness
  • Huey Lewis and the News — The Power of Love
  • Hypernova — Viva La Resistance
  • INXS — Need You Tonight
  • Ida Maria — Oh My God
  • James Brown — I Got You (I Feel Good)
  • Jane’s Addiction — Been Caught Stealing
  • Jimi Hendrix — Crosstown Traffic
  • Joan Jett — I Love Rock and Roll
  • John Lennon — Imagine
  • Juanes — Me Enamora
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd — Free Bird
  • Maná — Oye Mi Amor
  • Marilyn Manson — The Beautiful People
  • Metric — Combat Baby
  • Night Ranger — Sister Christian
  • Ozzy Osbourne — Crazy Train
  • Paramore — Misery Business
  • Phish — Llama
  • Phoenix — Lasso
  • Poni Hoax — Antibodies
  • Pretty Girls Make Graves — Something
  • Primus — Jerry Was a Race Car Driver
  • Queen — Bohemian Rhapsody
  • Queens Of The Stone Age — No One Knows
  • Rammstein — Du Hast
  • Raveonettes — Last Dance
  • Rilo Kiley — Portions of Foxes
  • Riverboat Gamblers — Don’t Bury Me? I’m
  • Roxette — The Look
  • Rush — TBD
  • Slipknot — Before I Forget
  • Smash Mouth — Walkin’ on the Sun
  • Spacehog — In the Meantime
  • Steve Miller Band — Fly Like An Eagle
  • Still Not Dead
  • Stone Temple Pilots — Plush
  • Swingin’ Utters — This Bastard’s Life
  • T.Rex — 20th Century Boy
  • Tears for Fears — Everybody Wants to Rule the World
  • Tegan and Sara — The Con
  • The Beach Boys — Good Vibrations (Live)
  • The Bronx — False Alarm
  • The Cure — Just Like Heaven
  • The Doors — Break On Through
  • The Muffs — Outer Space
  • The Police — Don’t Stand So Close To Me
  • The Ramones — I Wanna Be Sedated
  • The Smiths — Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before
  • The Sounds — Living in America
  • The Vines — Get Free
  • The White Stripes — The Hardest Button to Button
  • The Who — I Can See For Miles
  • Them Crooked Vultures — Dead End Friends
  • Tokio Hotel — Humanoid
  • Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers — I Need To Know
  • War — Low Rider
  • Warren Zevon — Werewolves Of London
  • Whitesnake — Here I Go Again
  • Yes — Roundabout

As a huge Rock Band fan myself, I am really excited about the selection of songs this time around. It seems, more complete and well rounded then in previous versions. Of course, as a fan I know that this is only the start. We can be sure a long sting of DLC songs are set to follow. I wonder though if they will upgrade all my old songs to include keyboards and vocal harmonies, because I have hundreds of dollars worth of DLC that I would love a fresh start at. Ether way, these songs are solid, vary across a lot of genres and tastes, and I think it will be a ton of fun.

What do you think of the Rock Band 3 song-list? Complete, incomplete, does it include DLC, or just all smoke and mirrors to keep the fans guessing? Tell us what you think!

Source: 1Up.com

TAGS: DLC, Harmonix, PS3, Rock Band 3, Wii

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  1. The inclusion of Imagine, Free Bird, Misery Business, Fly Like An Eagle, Good Vibrations and a Rush song…these makes me happy.

  2. I could just hear the alerted call to the authorities “in the middle of the night” (the piano man should have his own DLC in the future with that song included):

    911: 911 whats your emergency?

    Neighbor: I think our neighbor is in trouble… Maybe he’s being tortured or something?

    911: Mam, are you able to see what’s happening or hear?

    Neighbor: Yes officer, i keep hearing him yell “Heeeeeeyyyy” in a sort of rythmic tone trying to send a signal for help i guess.

    Meanwhile I’m just there trying to get a 100% on vocals on the James Brown Song…. Lol.

  3. Night Ranger FTW!

  4. The Cure (ekkkkk!!!!!), THE SMITHS, METRIC, BOWIE, Tears for fears and queen are cool. but the rest is average. I think I will be spending my cash on the new guitar hero instead

  5. At the Drive-In – One Armed Scissor?! Epic!!

    • That was in GH:WT too.

  6. Very complete. War – Low Rider, James Brown – I Feel Good. Oh yeah…funky.

  7. It wasn’t a rock. It was a Rock…Lobster!!!!

  8. I’m glad to see a lot of variety in this particular setlist, this could be attributed to the addition of the keyboard peripheral. On the flip side, about 1/4 of the songs were available on (the now less popular) Guitar Hero games, but personally, I’ll prefer to play them and even sing thing on Rock Band. There’s no doubt, I’ll be picking this up on launch day and coercing a majority of my friends to finish the tour mode in one day. Alcohol usually makes that a possibility.

  9. This is like the first time I’ve ever been excited about a setlist in a rhythm game. Space Oddity? Yess. Bohemian Rhapsody? Yesssss. Everybody Wants to Rule the World? Oh god yessss. The Killing Moon? Holy crap, Echo and the Bunnymen are getting some love for once!

  10. Whitesnake? Epic.

  11. I am intentionally trolling. This setlist is pretty bad in my eyes. It’s catering to the new keyboard way too much and it seems that they’re trying to attract a fanbase from every genre, which is what led to GH5′s somewhat demise. Where’s the difficulty? Sure there’s some cool songs like Bohemian Rhapsody and Roundabout, but why would I listen to the song for 5 minutes before playing a little guitar? The keyboard-centric songs are really what throw me off in this because I don’t want to spend $80 on a MIDI keyboard when I can just play guitar perfectly fine, and the massive amount of Indie/Pop-rock just does not appeal to me whatsoever. I don’t want to play some song that’s full of power chords for 3 minutes, I want to play a song that shreds hard and delivers a challenge. The ONLY one song that I am excited for is Rainbow in the Dark and that’s why I’m going to leave this for renting or borrowing in the future.
    This is just my 2 cents on the matter.

    • You aren’t trolling. You’re right on the nose.

  12. With the exception of “Here I Go Again” I think this setlist is very disappointing.

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