Top Ten Rock Tracks

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  1. Tiger

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    Just post your top ten rock tracks!

    1. Rain song - Led Zeppelin
    2. Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
    3. Badge - Cream
    4. Throw down the sword - Wishbone Ash
    5. Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix
    6. Highway Star - Deep Purple
    7. Hallowed be thy name - Iron Maiden
    8. War Pigs - Black Sabbath
    9. Bark at the moon - Ozzy Osborne
    10. Ten years gone - Led Zeppelin
     
  2. syscom3

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    1) SATURDAY NIGHT
    - Bay City Rollers

    2) AFTERNOON DELIGHT
    - Starland Vocal band

    3) THE NIGHT CHICAGO DIED
    - Paper lace

    4) DISCO DUCK
    - Rick Dees

    5) I THINK I LOVE YOU
    - Partridge Family

    6) YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY
    - 1910 Fruitgum Company

    7) I'M TOO SEXY
    - Right said Fred

    8. DO THE HOKEY POKEY
    - Rick Nelson

    9) SEASONS IN THE SUN
    - Terry Jacks

    10) HONEY
    - Bobby Goldsboro
     
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    What kinda rock we talking here? All era, all rock genres?
     
  4. Tiger

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    Yep anything that can be classed as rock, metal, hard rock, thrash etc.
     
  5. lesofprimus

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    The Bay City Rollers??????? OMFG, thats so 1980 its not even funny....
     
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    Back in the USSR Beatles
    Lazy Deep Purple
    Stealing Uriah Heep
    La Grange ZZtop
    Taking Care of Business BTO
    Kashmir Zeppelin
    Dinah Mo Hum Zappa
    Radar of Love Gold Earring
    Dance on a Volcano Genesis
    Floyd Echoes
     
  7. evangilder

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    1. Steve Vai- For the Love of God
    2. Joe Satriana- The Crush of Love
    3. Dream Theater- Learning to Live
    4. Dire Straits- Telegraph Road
    5. Rush-2112
    6. Triumph- Fight the Good Fight
    7. Al DiMeola- Race with Devil on Spanish Highway
    8. Nazareth- Hair of the Dog
    9. Boston- Foreplay/Long Time
    10. Candlebox- Far Behind

    Those are the ones I could think of off the top of my head. I have a TON of tunes that I classify as classics
     
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    Try 1975 :lol:
     
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    1. Rearviewmirror - Pearl Jam
    2. Breaking Me Down - Soil
    3. Birth Ritual - Soundgarden
    4. Sleep Now in the Fire - Rage Against the Machine
    5. Back in Black - AC/DC
    6. Dragula - Rob Zombie
    7. Grind - Alice in Chains
    8. Pig Charmer - Jerry Cantrell
    9. Zero - Smashing Pumpkins
    10. Birdman - Our Lady Peace

    In no particular order ... this is a hard question.
     
  10. Udet

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    Plan_D:

    So there are no British bands worth the listening eh?

    Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains...clueless people on this planet that had the fortune (or misfortune?) of having found themselves under the minacious MTV eye once the "music entertaiment" mafia got tired of those ugly 80s bands whose members looked either like (i) bad haired crazy chicken rescued from a madhouse or (ii) low-budget tramps from some L.A. slum and decided a "new" music style was required to continue making money.
     
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    ... oh, apparently, he knows everything music as well now !
     
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    Oh no...no, no, no...when it comes to wisdom -on every issue of human knowledge- it is highly unlikely nobody here or anywhere else can surpass your sapience.
     
  13. lesofprimus

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    For the record, the band Pearl Jam has some of the greatest musicians to climb on a stage.... Their live show is excellent as well....
     
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    Primus:

    As you might read I did not object the quality of their music. Their sound is certainly not for me, but still I do not believe they were awful musicians at all.

    The clueless thing was not aimed at their skills as musicians; rather, it was aimed at the personalities of some individuals comprising those bands. Had the chance of reading/watching interviews...what a case...
     
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    That could be said about a LOT of musicians, Udet. Besides, the music business is perhaps one of the most corrupt businesses anywhere. Believe me, I know, I worked in it for a while. But today, the "popular" music is nothing more than the Peter Principle personified. There are many, many seriously talented artists out there that have not been discovered and probably never will.
     
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    I can't quit you baby - Led Zeppelin
    Heartbreaker - Led Zeppelin
    London's burning - The Clash
    Highway to hell - AC/DC
    Freebird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Rime of the ancient mariner - Iron Maiden
    Crosstown traffic - Jimi Hendrix
    Enter sandman - Metallica
    All the way from Memphis - Mott the Hoople
    Breathe - The Prodigy
     
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    1. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
    2. hey Jude - Beatles
    3. Hotel California - The Eagles
    4. November Rain - Guns 'N' Roses
    5. We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions - Queen
    6. Stairway To Heaven - Led Zepplin
    7. Piano Man - Billy Joel
    8. Enter Sandman - Metallica
    9. Bat Out Of Hell - Meat Loaf
    10. Another Brick In The wall - Pink floyd
     
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    In no particular order:

    AC/DC - Let There Be Rock
    Deep Purple - Highway Star
    Metallica - Enter Sandman
    Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall
    AC/DC - Back in Black
    Rolling Stones - Paint it Black
    RUSH - 2112
    Deep Purple - Burn
    AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    Gun's n' Roses - Welcome to the Jungle
     
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    Man, we all like the same stuff, and it's so hard to pick 10, hell, it's hard to limit it to 50...:|

    I'm listening to 2112 right now....8)

    I missed out Rush, The Stones, U2, Whitesnake, ZZ Top etc. etc. :cry:
     
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    Yeah and considering the differences in ages and locales its impressive
     
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