Gaming Consoles & PCs Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Setlist The complete 90-song setlist by Eric Qualls Writer Former Lifewire writer Eric Qualls has been covering the Xbox line of consoles and Xbox games since August 2004. our editorial process Twitter LinkedIn Eric Qualls Updated on February 15, 2020 reviewed by Jessica Kormos Lifewire Tech Review Board Member Jessica Kormos is a writer and editor with 15 years' experience writing articles, copy, and UX content for Tecca.com, Rosenfeld Media, and many others. our review board Article reviewed on Oct 03, 2020 Jessica Kormos Consoles & PCs Xbox Buyer's Guide Tweet Share Email Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock is a music game developed by Neversoft and published by Activision in 2010. It's the sixth main entry in the popular franchise. While previous Guitar Hero games tried to appeal to everyone, Warriors of Rock goes back to the series' roots with a tracklist made up almost exclusively of hard rock and heavy metal. The following setlist is available on all versions of Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Track List Here is Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock's full 90-song tracklist, in alphabetical order. These are the on-disc songs and don't include the game's DLC. A Perfect Circle — The OutsiderAerosmith — Cryin'AFI — Dancing Through SundayAlice Cooper — No More Mr. Nice GuyAlter Bridge — Ties That BindAnberlin — The Feel Good DragAnthrax — IndiansArch Enemy — NemesisAtreyu — RavenousAvenged Sevenfold — Bat CountryBad Brains — Re-Ignition (Live)Band Of Skulls — I Know What I AmBlack Sabbath — Children Of The GraveBlind Melon — Tones Of HomeBlue Öyster Cult — Burnin' For YouBush — MachineheadBuzzcocks — What Do I Get?Children Of Bodom — If You Want Peace... Prepare For WarCreedence Clearwater Revival — Fortunate SonThe Cure — Fascination StreetDeep Purple — BurnDef Leppard — Pour Some Sugar On Me (Live)Dethklok — BloodlinesThe Dillinger Escape Plan — Setting Fire To Sleeping GiantsDire Straits — Money For NothingDragonForce — Fury of the StormDrowning Pool — BodiesEdgar Winter — Free RideFall Out Boy — Dance, DanceFive Finger Death Punch — Hard To SeeFlyleaf — AgainFoo Fighters — No Way BackForeigner — Feels Like The First TimeGeorge Thorogood and The Destroyers — Move It On Over (Live)The Hives — Tick Tick BoomInterpol — Slow HandsJane's Addiction — Been Caught StealingJethro Tull — AqualungJohn 5 — Black Widow Of La PorteKISS — Love GunLinkin Park — Bleed It OutLynyrd Skynyrd — Call Me The Breeze (Live)Megadeth — Sudden DeathMegadeth — Holy Wars... The Punishment DueMegadeth — This Day We Fight!Metallica & Ozzy Osbourne — Paranoid (Live)Muse — UprisingMy Chemical Romance — I'm Not Okay (I Promise)Neil Young — Rockin' In The Free WorldNickelback — How You Remind MeNight Ranger — (You Can Still) Rock In AmericaNine Inch Nails — WishThe Offspring — Self EsteemOrianthi — SuffocatedPantera — I'm BrokenPhoenix — LassoPoison — Unskinny BopQueen — Bohemian RhapsodyQueensrÿche — Jet City WomanRammstein — Waidmanns HeilThe Ramones — Theme From SpidermanRed Rider — Lunatic FringeR.E.M. — Losing My ReligionRise Against — SaviorThe Rolling Stones — Stray Cat BluesThe Runaways — Cherry BombRush — 2112 Pt. 1 - OvertureRush — 2112 Pt. 2 - The Temples Of SyrinxRush — 2112 Pt. 3 - DiscoveryRush — 2112 Pt. 4 - PresentationRush — 2112 Pt. 5 - Oracle: The DreamRush — 2112 Pt. 6 - SoliloquyRush — 2112 Pt. 7 - Grand FinaleRX Bandits — It's Only Another Parsec...Silversun Pickups — There's No Secrets This YearSlash featuring Ian Astbury — GhostSlayer — Chemical WarfareSlipknot — PsychosocialSnot — DeadfallSoundgarden — Black RainSteve Vai — Speeding (Vault Version)Stone Temple Pilots — Interstate Love SongStrung Out — CallingStyx — RenegadeSum 41 — MotivationTesla — Modern Day CowboyThem Crooked Vultures — Scumbag BluesThird Eye Blind — GraduateTom Petty & The Heartbreakers — Listen To Her HeartTwisted Sister — We're Not Gonna Take ItThe Vines — Get FreeThe White Stripes — Seven Nation ArmyZZ Top — Sharp Dressed Man (Live) Compatibility With Guitar Hero LIVE Guitar Hero LIVE is the follow-up to Warriors of Rock. It was released by Activision in 2015. Because it has a new gameplay style and a new six-button guitar, tracks from Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, or any other past Guitar Hero games, are not compatible with it.