The Hardest Rockin Songs Ever!


#661

xD


#662

Best driving song


#663

Reminds, of course, of this one.


#664

And this :slight_smile:


#665

But not this one, ha.


#666

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#667

Turn it up. Crescendo, decrescendo. Great changes in intensity.


#668

Breed by Nirvana


#669

No CCR? We need to fix that!


#670

Muy buena.


#671

I was 18 when I first heard that. I was completely blown away.


#672

I know one of the songs in that album because he played it with McLaughlin and De Lucía. Today I listened to some of those tracks and I like that stuff.


#673

Man did I liked this album


#674

One of my all-time favorites.


#675

So bad that the sound engineering is so bad haha.


#676

Yeah, and I first bought it on cassette tape.


#677

I have the cassette. And for some reason I think it sounds better than this remastered version on youtube xD


#678

Takes a bit to get started, but it rocks once it does. And it builds.


#679

Sorry, need to ask…

when you say “it builds”, should you say “it builds up”? I mean, do staff build or build up?


#680

I don’t know what the question is. It builds in intensity. But fairly quickly, then the intensity is sustained. Not a slow progression like Ravel’s Bolero, but a quick one that is maintained throughout like Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries. But most importantly, just turn it way up and roll down the windows (i.e., pretend you’re back home).