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Discussion in 'Artists & Music' started by 11top, Apr 25, 2018.
The Spirit of Radio...
The anthem of Rock and Roll... Led Zeppelin Rock and Roll!
La Grange. Still hear it all the time in commercials, at stadiums...
No one has said it. Everyone is afraid to say it thinking that we'll go Wayne's world on them. But the fact remains that THE best rock song of all time is
Stairway to Heaven
I was going to go there, but since you did I can pick another. SMOOTH!
Epic riffage, timeless lyrics, awesome guitar work etc
Easy - Back in Black.
They wouldn’t have chosen it for Tony Stark’s opening bow otherwise.
Oh Well Part 1
Boom Boom Out Go The Lights
I Want You To Want Me
Who Do You Love?
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Welcome to the jungle!
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.
Technically, this was a tribute to the greatest song ever.
Several of my first thoughts were mentioned, so I'll go...
Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who
the who or the doors tho?????
Okay my hair is on fire, I'm hyperventilating, and have developed a new nervous twitch and a s...I dunno...
“Jumping Jack Flash.”
There isn't any doubt.
It totally defines what a "Rock" song should be along with what a "Rock" band should be.
This is the song that enabled Rock music.
Has all of the elements ... great riff, great lyrics, attitude ...
And, it was recorded ~55 years ago. Think about that, 55 friggin' years ago. Now listen to the original recording, preferably, really Loud and after imbibing copious amounts of your choice of libation(s).
Yeah, that was my pick too - seemed like the most obvious call in the world, but I guess there's no accounting for taste. Before Satisfaction, there was rock 'n roll, rockabilly, country, blues, but that song defined ROCK. it was the first and still hasn't been topped in my opinion. It was actually recorded more like 53 years ago (May 10, 1965 - three days before my 6th birthday...). But, yeah, that's a pretty damn long time ago. And it still holds up - doesn't sound old or dated at all except in the sense that it's always been there...
I was hooked from the cow bell.
How did I not realize until now that WD 3D is brilliant?