While I don't expect any Muse on Blitz at this point (seeing as we've seen mostly modern stuff revealed among other things), if we're to believe that SBH and Uprising might be too expensive to license then the next safest bets would probably be Time is Running Out or Starlight. Time is Running Out was the band's breakthrough hit stateside and Starlight was arguably the band's most popular pre-Resistance era (or pre-Twilight) hit, however as of today both likely rank below SBH and Uprising in mainstream recognition by the masses. Despite this, this may mean that they might be slightly easier to license....but who knows! I'd just be happy that my favorite band finally returns to the platform after so long.
Anyways, I'm thinking that the last 10 songs are probably gonna be a majority ofpre-80's songs to even out the rest of the revealed setlist so I'll be guessing these:
King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man
The Turtles - Happy Together
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Commotion
Santana - Oye Como Va
Stevie Wonder - As
Three Dog Night - An Old Fashioned Love Song
Men at Work - Who Can It Be Now?
Everclear - Father of Mine
Coldplay - Violet Hill
Young the Giant - My Body
Most of my picks are mainly assuming most of them are licensing holdovers from previous and relatively recent DLC. King Crimson and the Turtles are GH repeats, so I'd assume they can possibly appear. Three Dog Night and Young the Giant are absolute shots in the dark, but yeah.
Also, the Coldplay track can also be switched to either Paradise or Charlie Brown depending on whether HMX went back to Coldplay to license Paradise due to its mainstream popularity that was only starting to rise back when the first pack came out or Charlie Brown to showcase their latest (excluding Princess of China) single kind of like what AAR seems to be doing.