#1
ok guys i need a setlist for a block party and im stuck on what other songs to do. I know it should go to the bandleading thread but im too lazy to look. So far we have:

1.Moby Dick
2.Another One Bites the Dust
3.In the Air Tonight
4.White Wedding


We're an 80's cover band(like i said). Help is appreciated.
#2
Maybe a U2 song or two? The Joshua tree Album was real popular (1983 I believe is when it came out). "Where the streets have no name" and "with or without you" are my two favorite songs off the album, if it means anything.
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Quote by Evan.K
Maybe a U2 song or two? The Joshua tree Album was real popular (1983 I believe is when it came out). "Where the streets have no name" and "with or without you" are my two favorite songs off the album, if it means anything.



U2 of course. Where the Streets have no name is awesome. Do you have anymore? We want to get alot of songs learn them and then narrow it down at practice
#5
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U2 of course. Where the Streets have no name is awesome. Do you have anymore? We want to get alot of songs learn them and then narrow it down at practice


"Keep on Lovin' you" by REO Speedwagon was pretty good.
"Dont stop Believing" by Journey
"Pride in the name of love" and Sunday Bloody Sunday" By U2.

Like any of them?
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#6
Where is My Mind by The Pixies is great live.
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#7
Quote by Evan.K
"Keep on Lovin' you" by REO Speedwagon was pretty good.
"Dont stop Believing" by Journey
"Pride in the name of love" and Sunday Bloody Sunday" By U2.

Like any of them?



All of them. Don't Stop Believing is being done already. Sunday Bloody Sunday i love. Dude you good at this. I feel bad but can you make a list of like 15? we need alot of them then narrow it to 5
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All of them. Don't Stop Believing is being done already. Sunday Bloody Sunday i love. Dude you good at this. I feel bad but can you make a list of like 15? we need alot of them then narrow it to 5


"Still haven't found what I'm looking for"-U2
"Desire"-U2
"All I want is you"-U2
"Crazy Little Thing Called Love"-Queen
"Cant Fight this Feeling"-REO Speedwagon
"Any way you want it"-Journey
"Brilliant Disguise"-Bruce Springstien
"Born in the USA"-Bruce Springstien
"Don't dream its over"-Crowded House
"Every Rose has its Thorn" Poison
"Free Fallin'"-Tom Petty
"Glory Days"-Bruce Springstien
"In a Big Country"-Big Country
"Surrender"-Cheap Trick
"Melt With You"-Modern English
"Money for Nothin'"-Dire Straits
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"Still haven't found what I'm looking for"-U2
"Desire"-U2
"All I want is you"-U2
"Crazy Little Thing Called Love"-Queen
"Cant Fight this Feeling"-REO Speedwagon
"Any way you want it"-Journey
"Brilliant Disguise"-Bruce Springstien
"Born in the USA"-Bruce Springstien
"Don't dream its over"-Crowded House
"Every Rose has its Thorn" Poison
"Free Fallin'"-Tom Petty
"Glory Days"-Bruce Springstien
"In a Big Country"-Big Country
"Surrender"-Cheap Trick
"Melt With You"-Modern English
"Money for Nothin'"-Dire Straits



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Dude you rock. I owe you one big time.


No problem, glad it helped!!
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#11
Ten years is a long time. What genre are you after before I start recommending you some old school death metal?
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#12
Also, Glory Days, Hungry Heart, and Dancing in the Dark were pretty big hits for Bruce Springsteen in the 80s. Also, You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon, some Peter Gabriel and Burning Down the House would be cool too.
#14
"Mountain Song" Jane's Addiction
"Hold On Loosely" .38 Special
"Tainted Love" Soft Cell
"I Ran" A Flock Of Seagulls
"Take On Me" A-ha
"Living On A Prayer" Bon Jovi
"Talk Dirty To Me" Poison
"Jump" Van Halen
"Holiday In Cambodia" Dead Kennedys
"Bark At The Moon" Ozzy Osbourne
"Kiss Me Deadly" Lita Ford
"The Warrior" Scandal
"Play With Me" Extreme
"Anyway You Want It" Journey
"Pride" U2
"You've Got Another Thing Coming" Judas Preist
"Run To The Hills" Iron Maiden
"Pride And Joy" Stevie Ray Vaughn
"Round And Round" Ratt
"Hungry Like The Wolf" Duran Duran
#15
This may sound a bit nuts, but if you want the songs that the most people will remember, pick up one of those Time/Life '80s compilation CDs. They have songs on those things I didn't know I knew, and never wanted to know, but somehow I do.