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    I just ran a report on my database at www.setlisthelper.com. Below are the most common songs that all the bands/performers are playing. Most of these songs are no surprise. However, there was one song that I never heard of called Glitter and Trauma by Biffy Clyro. Never heard that song but it is very good. The report seems accurate to me what do you think?





    Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison

    Glitter and TRauma - Biffy Clyro

    Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond

    Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith

    Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet

    Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett

    Moondance - Van Morrison

    Hard To Handle - Black Crowes

    You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC

    Vehicle - Ides of March

    Honky Tonk Woman - Rolling Stones

    Born to be Wild - Steppenwolf

    I wish - Stevie Wonder

    Plush - Stone Temple Pilots

    What I Got - Sublime

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      Quote Originally Posted by tim_burnham
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      25 or 6 to 4 - Chicago




      Really? I haven't heard anybody do that tune in years and years and years! I'm real skeptical about how it could be on a list of the most common songs that all the bands/performers are playing.
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        Strange list + 1st time poster = suspect content/motivation.
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          Quote Originally Posted by guido61
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          Strange list + 1st time poster = suspect content/motivation.




          I think you are right.

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            Quote Originally Posted by guido61
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            Who is Matthew Smyth?




            tim_burnham?
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              Quote Originally Posted by SpaceNorman
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              Really? I haven't heard anybody do that tune in years and years and years! I'm real skeptical about how it could be on a list of the most common songs that all the bands/performers are playing.




              somebody was yelling out CHICAGO a few gigs ago so we just threw it out there on a whim. Never done it before.... or since.
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                Either this is a fishy post, or the website the OP pulled this from is populated by $400 a night weekend warrior dad bands.



                "Play That Funky Music" isn't on the list (over The Strokes?) and "Margaritaville" is on there twice.

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                • #9
                  14 of those songs are on our set lists. (Red-faced admission.) And Margaritaville is on the list twice. Also, I've played most of those songs in one band or another over the years. (Redder-faced admission.)

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                    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceNorman
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                    Really? I haven't heard anybody do that tune in years and years and years! I'm real skeptical about how it could be on a list of the most common songs that all the bands/performers are playing.




                    I was doing 25 or 6 to 4 two years ago. Still do a couple of other Chicago tunes today. (Wish we were doing more BS&T.)

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                      Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird 13
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                      Either this is a fishy post, or the website the OP pulled this from is populated by $400 a night weekend warrior dad bands.



                      "Play That Funky Music" isn't on the list (over The Strokes?) and "Margaritaville" is on there twice.




                      it doesn't make any sense there either.
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                      -For Sale: <br />
                      -set of GFS Dream 90s- gold and black pearl- $40 shipped in the cont. US<br />
                      -(2) Celestion G12M-70 16 ohm guitar speakers in good condition $40 ea. + shipping.<br />
                      - Vox VT15 Valvetronix very clean - $85 + shipping<br />
                      - Hughes Kettner Edition Tube 20 (the early Voxy sounding one) Sounds &amp; looks good. $250 + shipping. <b>SOLD</b><br />
                      - Crate Palomino V8 - 10&quot; Celestion - Very clean - on Ebay (sold)</div>

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                        • #13
                          The only Elvis song is "Suspicious Minds"??



                          They're mixing apples and oranges. "Vehicle" and "25 or 6 to 4" are (or were) horn band staples, but without horns, it ain't happening.



                          This is also, dare I say, a "white" list. "Soul Man" and "Hard to Handle" are represented by white covers of the original hits.



                          I think lists are useful, but keep the genres separate.

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                          • #14
                            Clearly this is



                            A) an ad for his "setlisthelper" website



                            B) a "database" compiled only from the bands who use it. Which, considering someone named Matthew Smyth landed 3 songs on the list, is probably--at most--about 4 bands total.
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                            https://www.gigmasters.com/Rock/Jump-Start
                            https://www.facebook.com/JumpStartYourParty
                            http://www.weddingwire.com/biz/jumps...587fe5f12.html

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                              Quote Originally Posted by SpaceNorman
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                              Really? I haven't heard anybody do that tune in years and years and years! I'm real skeptical about how it could be on a list of the most common songs that all the bands/performers are playing.




                              Standard stuff for horn bands. I can see why its on the list. same with vehicle.



                              Its a generic setlist for a variety of kinds of rock bands.
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