ChurchNSkate
UG's JS/Laney/Carvin user
Join date: Oct 2003
407 IQ
#1
I'm in a little cover-band for a band class in school, and we have a performance at the band programs finale on May 12.
The "performance" is actually a dance. The last dance we played at went amazingly well, and we were recieved quite warmly and I got quite a few compliments. (I assume my band mates did as well, I didn't ask)
Now then. We're having some trouble finding ANOTHER setlist. We're looking at 8-10 songs here. These have to be dance-able songs, catchy?preferably w/ guitar solo(s).

As a point of referance, last dance the setlist was:
Pat Benatar?Heartbreaker
Bon Jovi?You Give Love a Bad Name
Foreigner?Hot Blooded
No Doubt?Just a Girl
A few others, they're slipping my mind though.

We're going for an 80's-ish set...as they seem to be the catchiest and most crowd-friendly.

Thanks in advance for any and all assistance.

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
Dutch_Apples
UG's Career Advisor
Join date: Oct 2004
1,354 IQ
#2
Girls just wanna have fun
Pour Some Sugar on Me- (Girls really love this one)
Take on me
I wanna dance with somebody
Put You give love a bad name back on there
Can't Touch this
Some Depeche Mode
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ChurchNSkate
UG's JS/Laney/Carvin user
Join date: Oct 2003
407 IQ
#3
Who are these by?
We are doing Pour Some Sugar On Me...and if need be, we maybe add on Heartbreaker, and possibly Love a Bad Name if necessary. Remember, that we're just two guitars, bass, drums and vocals...so Depeche Mode would be a bit hard, as I think? they're more electronic. 80's-ish setlist, I mean more 80's-90's hard rock/alt-rock.

Thanks for the suggestions!
And don't worry about the difficulty of songs, solos/leads and such, I just want some ideas for now...I'm really a loss for danceable songs.

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
scheck006
Registered User
Join date: Nov 2003
202 IQ
#4
your vocalist must have a great range!


gimme 3 steps by lynyrd skynyrd always went over well when my band played it;.
Dutch_Apples
UG's Career Advisor
Join date: Oct 2004
1,354 IQ
#5
You answered your own question. The reason you are at a loss for danceable songs is because you want to do hard rock! Start doing the pop.
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ChurchNSkate
UG's JS/Laney/Carvin user
Join date: Oct 2003
407 IQ
#6
^Well, we're doing a Britney Spears song of some kind lol

scheck006: Yeah, she's really quite incredible...she does a lot of Christina Aguilera and all those talented pop singer-style stuff as well.

Dutch_Apples: It's kind of hard to do pop stuff with our setup...but not impossible!
We tried "Hey Mickey" for a day or two a couple months ago...do you guys think that would work? It'd be a much less annoying version...harmonized guitars and such lol. Probably a shred solo as well?but then again, what song DOESN'T sound good without a little shredding...

Thanks all so far.

Hey guys! I just started playing electric guitar should I get a Gabson Lay Pall or a Femdor Startokaster. I like the picks on the gabsons but i like how sweet femdors look. Beforre i get a gabson what company makes them?
~~cemetary~~
rabid silverchair fan
Join date: Apr 2006
147 IQ
#8
the cure!
can I worship you now? girls with hawks are fucking sexy.

as someone earlier in this thread said, go with one bat. HWAT.

I love you.