- Greatest Rock Song of all time?
As the weather is pants and people may be stuck in the house or at work, lets see your submisisons, I’d like to see some hidden gems.
I’ll start the ball rolling with the predictable Stairway to Heaven by Led Zep. A long slow steady build-up to crescendo with a rocking tune, preceded by a great guitar solo. It also has the linkages to folklore as well just to give it the additional layer of quality.
I also quite like Echoes by Pink Floyd, simply for its incredibly drawn out nature but with a fantastic finish.Posted 4 years ago
There are loads of answers!
But none of them are exactly right, are they? They may well be right for an instant, but then you’ll think of something else and say, “Oooh, actually, what about this?” and so it will continue.
Back in black is my answer.
Irrestistable, driving rhythm, world class blues licks, shouting.
A great tune. Sadly, or maybe not, for me, every time I hear it, I keep wanting it to be this instead;
Oh, and Thunder? Donnington 1990. Blew the place apart. 🙂Posted 4 years agoMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
Oh, alright Flashy, I’ll do it.
She’s So Fine. Described by Kerrang at the time as the first step to global domination.
Though, to be honest, I can think of 2-3 tracks of Appetite for Destruction that are probably better.
Don’t you hate it when CFH is right?Posted 4 years ago
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