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Old 9th February 2021, 04:42 PM   #1
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since we have an electronic music thread it would be sad to not to have a rock music one. i will start this one with something from 2020 (no disrespect for the 60ties 70ties rock). please put some here that you think people should listen to.


Danny Carey | "Pneuma" by Tool (LIVE IN CONCERT) - YouTube
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Old 9th February 2021, 06:05 PM   #2
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Bad Motor Scooter by Montrose

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Old 12th February 2021, 11:57 PM   #3
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Rob - Zombie - oldy but good rock n roll White Zombie - More Human Than Human (Official Video) - YouTube

Thumbs up for tool. I was just looking at my 10,000 Days CD, thinking about playin it.
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Danny Carey's performance on it is so great. If a person's blood doesn't get pumping to hear Jambi, maybe they have no pulse TOOL - Jambi (Audio) - YouTube
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Probably the best rock single was Sweet child of mine by Guns n' Roses.
Great tune and amazing lead guitar by Slash.

Dont fear the reaper - Blue Oyster Cult is good too (long version)
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Its difficult to pick favorites when there are just too many solid rock picks. Decades...

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From G n' R's debut album, 1987 Appetite for Destruction. A fantastic rock album for sure!
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When I was 17 I bought a cheapo guitar and small amp off a mate.
I went into the local music store and looked for a good guitar music book.
I found a Status Quo book that had all their songs in it.
So I bought one their albums and would sit and play along with the chords to the songs.

Status Quo's Roll over lay down got me into lead guitar.
I must have played that often for about 30 years but never quite got it off to as good as Francis Rossi.

Strangely 10 years ago I just stopped playing guitar.
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When I was 17 I had a Hagstrom I guitar (the plastic MOTS version) and a hacked up Stromberg Carlson PA amp running 4 X metal 6L6 tubes into 8 X 10 inch speakers. Status Quo's Pictures of Matchstick Men was on the radio, so I learned that lead riff. It hit just the right notes to be heard several houses away. Deadly in a closed concrete warehouse.

It was my "maximum impact" riff for a while. Smoke on the Water would come later.
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For those of us who get confused on genres, for the purposes of this thread, what are we calling 'rock'?
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