Discussion in 'Movies, Entertainment & Various Music Genres' started by Brahman, Feb 4, 2008.
I was gonna mention Thunder Struck by ACDC since this is about rock but Angus dosn't include sweep picking/palm mutes/hammerons/hammeroffs/slides/pinch harmonics/artificial harmonics/tremelo picking/dives on the whammy bar/economy picking and he uses standard tuning so nevermind maca.
Queen - Underpressure
Definitely incorrect. :tongue:
and you know I'm just kidding around in the other threads, right? You always seem to be wanting to argue with someone on here, so I hooked you up. All that aside, I love some of the same virtuosos that you do and I wouldn't mind hearing you play sometime if you ever put something up.
I can't remember anything I've posted, but Steve Vai's Bad Horsie is badass.
the live at wimbley stadium '86 rendition
It would probably the greatest live performance ever had Bowie been there.
Wow @ no one mentioning The Rolling Stones - Satisfaction
Another quirky cliched phrase, but it's still
*dances like Laurence Fishburne as Clean on the boat in Apocalypse Now*
I cant believe someone said fucking Creed. I just felt a sharp kick in my testies.
Any Hendrix. Van Halen got some crazy shit.
Jimi Hendrix - 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)
A song that doesn't get enough mention, IMO.
gotta love the behind the back solo at the end
I can only tolerate the Stones in small doses. Wild Horses, Paint it Black, 19th Nervous Breakdown, mother's little helper, ruby tuesday, and love is strong being my favs.
a couple more:
aerosmith - sweet emotion
electric wizard - dopethrone
melvins - zodiac (they go out strong like always.)
screaming trees - clairvoyance, orange airplane, dying days
Appalling how absent it is from Greatest Hits compilations.
I guess the song length has something to do with that, but I love the vocals and lyrics.
What do you think of 'Under my Thumb'? One of my personal faves of theirs.
I heard 'When the Levee Breaks' by Led Zeppelin for the first time the other day. (I know, I know... where have I been?)
Simple yet very catch riff... I could listen to it all day.
Toto – Love Isn't Always On Time
Ya know, I was listening to Soundgarden just last night, and now I like 4th of July a lot better than I once did. Weird how suddenly you can start liking something.
Posted this in another thread, but I suppose it's more relevant here:
My favorite Metallica riff. A gem on a shitty album.
I miss that good old Seattle early 90s riff-rock.
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