All songs but Dream Theater are tiered.
Honky Tonk Women: Guitar had a lot of movement with chord hammer-ons. Piano was typical Rolling Stones piano, with that bar band, rock 'n' roll style of playing. Drums had cowbell as well. Bass was fairly simple.
It's Only Rock N' Roll: Look above for information
Jumpin' Jack Flash: God I love this song. Anyway, the instrumentation was pretty simple, though guitar was boosted in pro due to barre chords. There was also a small organ solo at the very end, which boosted keys.
Let's Spend the Night Together: I don't know why, but I hear the theme for Katamari Damacy in this. Anyways, keys had that pattern from We Didn't Start the Fire, but at a faster pace. Vocals had a lot of movement. Guitar and bass were very basic, and drums were bumped up by some rapid snare fills.
Midnight Rambler: I didn't chart anything before the song officially began. Harmonica is charted to keys, and are similar to the keys to Hook. Guitar went up with the solo near the end, bass was very simple, and vocals are typical Jagger vocals.
In the Name of the Father: Drums had the tribal rhythm that bumped it up, while vocals were high due to Bono's runs during the intro. Guitar was incredibly simple, while keys were sustain chords. Bass gets more interesting halfway through.
Miss Misery: Very simple bass, and keys were organ sustains. Drums were one beat throughout, and guitar was acoustic strumming. Pretty simple song.
Lose Yourself: VERY simple instrumentation, but keys were fairly active. I also hold vocals in the background at certain parts.
Falling Slowly: Simple on guitar and drums, but a little more movement on bass. Vocals were very similar to a Coldplay song, but with an Irish accent.
Man of the Hour: Very simple on bass and vocals, and drums were boosted by how free the drums sound, which seem like it'd keep timing a bit off. Keys were just organ chords. Guitar had a bit of movement, plus chords on pro.