- Incubus - Pardon Me: They've had a couple other tracks in some previous Guitar Hero games, but this is the classic Incubus anthem.
- Breaking Benjamin - So Cold: One of those songs everyone's heard, but not everyone is familiar with the band. It would be a great song to play along and truly rock out with 3 other band mates.
- Collective Soul - Shine: Just like most of these songs, it's the epitome of Collective Soul rock.
- Evanescence - Bring Me to Life: Surprisingly enough, this song hasn't been whored out to any games. With how much exposure it got, everywhere, I'm surprised it hasn't been optioned yet.
- Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower: A song so good, the original songwriter, Bob Dylan himself, said Jimi's version was better. An unforgettable song for all times.
- Led Zeppelin - Black Dog: Much to my friend Ryan's chagrin, I would flip out if this song made it into Rock Band. And I think Black Dog would lend itself to a better game experience than Stairway to Heaven, before you ask. It's all silly talk though as Led Zeppelin will never end up (yes, "sell out" Ryan) in a game.
- My Chemical Romance - Ghost of You: Remember this Saving Private Ryan-esque video? Not just a great video, but a great song.
- The Used - The Taste of Ink: The Used in their best form. A song with high saturation that helped put them out in the spotlight. My eyes still light up when the lyrics kick in every time.
- Queen - Bicycle Race (NSFW): A song by another band that will probably never happen thanks to their "musical f***ing integrity." The other more notable songs by Queen are great, but I don't think they'd be that good in a Rock Band setting unless they added a keyboard peripheral and possibly a Freddie Mercury moustache.
- The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army: It might not be as fun for the drummer, but some songs are just like that. The White Stripes just need some representation; I demand it!
- Sublime - Santeria: I wrote this one down back at the beginning of July, and now it's in Guitar Hero: World Tour along with a lot of other great songs by Tool and even some Hendrix.
- Coheed and Cambria - The Reaping/No World for Tomorrow: Like I could have a wish list without some Coheed. This set of songs is over six minutes of rock bliss. It kicks you in the gut the minute that first No World riff strums in.
-- "Evil will always triumph over good because good is dumb."
Turns out the next day, I find out Singstar is accommodating Queen fans for the vocal (best) parts: Kotaku.