The Hardest Rockin Songs Ever!

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Best present French musician for me:

Heavier stuff:

Swiss material :smiley: :

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And of course there’s a whole lot more, but I’ve gotta get to work.[/quote]

That version is really cool, but I have a special place in my heart for the original. It was my first 45. :smiley: I grew up on a diet of CCR, Jetho Tull, Henricks, Rare Earth, the works. Really. From my best hits album:

Then the 80s came. Not exactly into hair bands but:

This most of you guys will not like but this is how I got hooked up on chest rugs:

And it gets worse:

From a recent movie:

:smiley:

EDIT:
Forgot the one I am trying to get for my phone:

#24

Damn! Somebody beat me to Whole Lotta Rosie!

The parents are okay. Just Placate them and move on :sunglasses: !

And from that band that was referenced at the end of that last song…

#25

Hmmm Icon: all good apart from one. Just WHERE did you get a craving for Autograph? That’s not hard rock, that’s from the genre known as ‘American rock-pap’. May as well go for Pseudo Echo…

How about some Motörhead?

or

and I wish there were some decent youtube clips of X to share…

this band were the absolutely most amazing live experience, I must have seen them fifty times between 1982 and 2002. Ian Rilen (recently deceased) was the hardest rocking rock star out there, never stopped playing and living hard… but still raised two awesome kids. Bass amp cranked up to 11, played through stacks of four 14 inch speakers… and regularly blowing amps to shit. Fat fucking bass like nothing else, played often high on the small strings and overdriven through stacks of pedals or big and fast on the fat strings tuned down extra-fat. Steve Lucas’s favourite guitar was a less-than-handsome handmade monster sawed off the end of an ironwood scaffolding plank with twin humbuckers, strung hard and played like a demon. And almost every gig saw Cathy Greene, classical and jazz trained, knocking the crap out the skins with an angelic smile but never raising a sweat the whole gig.

Man, those were good times.

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Tempo Gain, a big thumbs up to Faith No More, so many songs on Angel Dust are worthy. Love your new avatar too. Love it.

citizen k, big thumbs up for Jethro Tull, Aqualung. Fitting that your post followed Tempo’s.

I’ll offer up:

Edit: Ooops, looks like someone beat me to the Motorhead. Not surprising. :sunglasses:

#27

And these two:

Live Uriah Heep. Has to be David Byron on vocals or not at all.

Deep Purple from the lip-synch era of shows. The crowd dancing is priceless.

#28

Nice version, thanks!

:discodance:

#29

No idea why mine is having problems. I just updated to the latest version and it still doesn’t work.

EDIT Find out my cache cleaner software doesn’t clear Chrome’s cache properly. Did it manually and most are displaying now, but there are still a couple that won’t.

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Terrible Ted…

#31

I played this song and got soooo many noise complaints when I was living in Japan.

I’m glad the Nuge has made an appearance.

#32

It’s a little difficult to follow up Primus with anything but…

It makes me hungry for some nachos!

#33

Ha! a timely change. absolutely right about angel dust, this is probably my fave though

jimi

love this one, grunge mode until 4:00

ian gilliam sabbath, monday night football metal

more primus

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[quote=“Tempo Gain”][quote=“k.k.”]Tempo Gain, a big thumbs up to Faith No More, so many songs on Angel Dust are worthy. Love your new avatar too. Love it.

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Ha! a timely change. absolutely right about angel dust, this is probably my fave though


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Angel Dust is one of my favorite albums start to finish. This has got to be my favorite though.

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There’s probably more than a few solid Neil Young hard rockin’ tunes that should be here. This one for sure:

And from the classic Live In Paris 1970 show, Iron Man, Black Sabbath, orig lineup.

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