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Alright, I guess I'll contribute to this thread with a few songs that I'm pretty sure haven't been mentioned yet.

Mason Williams - Classical Gas

Zac Brown Band - Heavy Is The Head [ft. Chris Cornell]

Bill Withers - Lean On Me (Done by AJFOne23)

Blackfoot - Highway Song; Train, Train

Primal Scream - Movin' On Up

Creed - With Arms Wide Open (Done by...Harmonix? Didn't expect that)

Seals And Crofts - Summer Breeze

Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay; Like A Rolling Stone; Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

The Who - Squeeze Box

TLC - Waterfalls

Thin Lizzy - Cowboy Song

Cartoons - Witch Doctor

Boston - Feelin' Satisfied; A Man I'll Never Be; We're Ready

Neil Young - Southern Man

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Arcane Roots. They're an awesome British alt-metal band that has no customs yet. I'll probably do some in the future.

Funny, I wanted to write this one down as well.       Too bad you don't know anyone who would be willing to chart vocals Can't say I'm looking forward to doing them but I really like the song, so may

Or has it been done, and just not released yet??? The Shadow knows!

OK, I hope this isn't too much, and there is some seriously awesome rock that has been uploaded (in the past week alone, holy shit Marque Moon and Michael McDonald Doobies!), but here is some more stuff I'm surprised hasn't been done that I'd like to see (some of which has already been mentioned):

 

There's very little Van Morrison, great choices being:

 

Van Morrison - Caravan (my god this would be incredible)

Van Morrison - Into the Mystic (see above)

Van Morrison - Madame George

Van Morrison - Ballerina

Van Morrison - Cypress Avenue

Van Morison - Listen to the Lion

Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

Van Morrison - And It Stoned Me

Van Morrison - Crazy Love

 

This is country more than rock I suppose but I'm surprised there's no Waylon Jennings (besides the Highwaymen stuff):

 

Waylon Jennings - Waymore Blues

Waylon Jennings - Are you sure Hank done it this way?

Waylon Jennings - Drinking and Dreaming

Waylon Jennings - Dreaming my Dreams With You

Waylon Jennings - I've Always Been Crazy

Waylon Jennings - Luckenbach Texas
Waylon Jennings - I’m A Ramblin' Man
Waylon Jennings - This Time

There's a lot of good Bruce (thanks guys!), but I'd love to see:

 

Bruce Springsteen - Backstreets (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Tenth Avenue Freeze out (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland (full band)

 

Others that would seem like popular choices:

 

Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See

Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright

Rolling Stones - Tumbling Dice

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia

Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay

The Chi-lites - Have You Seen Her

Pure Prairie League - Amy

Rod Stewart - Maggie May

Jeff Beck W/Rod Stewart - I Ain't Superstitious

Al Green - I'm So Tired of Being Alone

Al Green - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

 

 

Anyway sorry for the rambling list here, but I think there's a lot there with wide popular appeal.

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OK, I hope this isn't too much, and there is some seriously awesome rock that has been uploaded (in the past week alone, holy shit Marque Moon and Michael McDonald Doobies!), but here is some more stuff I'm surprised hasn't been done that I'd like to see (some of which has already been mentioned):

 

There's very little Van Morrison, great choices being:

 

Van Morrison - Caravan (my god this would be incredible)

Van Morrison - Into the Mystic (see above)

Van Morrison - Madame George

Van Morrison - Ballerina

Van Morrison - Cypress Avenue

Van Morison - Listen to the Lion

Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

Van Morrison - And It Stoned Me

Van Morrison - Crazy Love

 

This is country more than rock I suppose but I'm surprised there's no Waylon Jennings (besides the Highwaymen stuff):

 

Waylon Jennings - Waymore Blues

Waylon Jennings - Are you sure Hank done it this way?

Waylon Jennings - Drinking and Dreaming

Waylon Jennings - Dreaming my Dreams With You

Waylon Jennings - I've Always Been Crazy

Waylon Jennings - Luckenbach Texas
Waylon Jennings - I’m A Ramblin' Man
Waylon Jennings - This Time

There's a lot of good Bruce (thanks guys!), but I'd love to see:

 

Bruce Springsteen - Backstreets (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Tenth Avenue Freeze out (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland (full band)

 

Others that would seem like popular choices:

 

Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See

Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright

Rolling Stones - Tumbling Dice

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia

Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay

The Chi-lites - Have You Seen Her

Pure Prairie League - Amy

Rod Stewart - Maggie May

Jeff Beck W/Rod Stewart - I Ain't Superstitious

Al Green - I'm So Tired of Being Alone

Al Green - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

 

 

Anyway sorry for the rambling list here, but I think there's a lot there with wide popular appeal.

 

Some great choices here

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One thing that came to my mind recently is, since we ARE allowed to chart LIVE versions of songs that have been officially released in their STUDIO version (or viceversa), it's a bit surprising that this is very rarely done, particularly for songs that can't be bought for RB3 anyway (retired DLCs and RB4 songs).

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OK, I hope this isn't too much, and there is some seriously awesome rock that has been uploaded (in the past week alone, holy shit Marque Moon and Michael McDonald Doobies!), but here is some more stuff I'm surprised hasn't been done that I'd like to see (some of which has already been mentioned):

 

There's very little Van Morrison, great choices being:

 

Van Morrison - Caravan (my god this would be incredible)

Van Morrison - Into the Mystic (see above)

Van Morrison - Madame George

Van Morrison - Ballerina

Van Morrison - Cypress Avenue

Van Morison - Listen to the Lion

Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

Van Morrison - And It Stoned Me

Van Morrison - Crazy Love

 

This is country more than rock I suppose but I'm surprised there's no Waylon Jennings (besides the Highwaymen stuff):

 

Waylon Jennings - Waymore Blues

Waylon Jennings - Are you sure Hank done it this way?

Waylon Jennings - Drinking and Dreaming

Waylon Jennings - Dreaming my Dreams With You

Waylon Jennings - I've Always Been Crazy

Waylon Jennings - Luckenbach Texas
Waylon Jennings - I’m A Ramblin' Man
Waylon Jennings - This Time

There's a lot of good Bruce (thanks guys!), but I'd love to see:

 

Bruce Springsteen - Backstreets (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Tenth Avenue Freeze out (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland (full band)

 

Others that would seem like popular choices:

 

Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See

Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright

Rolling Stones - Tumbling Dice

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia

Bob Dylan - Lay Lady Lay

The Chi-lites - Have You Seen Her

Pure Prairie League - Amy

Rod Stewart - Maggie May

Jeff Beck W/Rod Stewart - I Ain't Superstitious

Al Green - I'm So Tired of Being Alone

Al Green - How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

 

 

Anyway sorry for the rambling list here, but I think there's a lot there with wide popular appeal.

You have the right idea...those are great picks, each and every track.

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There's a lot of good Bruce (thanks guys!), but I'd love to see:

 

Bruce Springsteen - Backstreets (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Tenth Avenue Freeze out (full band)

Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland (full band)

 

Probably should check out the latest Chartathon release (we'll get to Jungleland someday don't worry).

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I've been waiting patiently for Queensryche's "Rage For Order" album to make an appearance. I thought Farottone said he was going to tackle this, since he did the other epic Queensryche albums (thank you for those, Farottone). But alas, no cigar. Is Farottone doing charting still? I've been out of the loop lately but haven't noticed any of his work.

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