21 Jan 2012, 11:54 by faraben
7 Jul 2010, 00:06 by MaramacilousTop 50 12 months, because I've done Overall survey.
1.How did you get into 29? MC5
- I saw Hellacopters' live cover from YouTube (Kick Out the Jams). Or I only bought their album... but still I found MC5 via The Hellacopters, because MC5 is the influence of The Hellacopters.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Skid Row
- Youth Gone Wild
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? The Peepshows
- I haven't listened them so much to say favorites.
4. How did you get into 49? Danko Jones
- When I had an old profile, I was surffing on Last.fm and saw their name / or there were Last.fm's recommendations, and I checked out few songs.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Melody Club
- Two, Music Machine and Scream, need all of them!
6. What is your favorite song by 50? Deep Purple
- Child in Time or Soldier Of Fortune
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? The Real Kids
- There's no! The Real Kids is music for joy, reminds me Ramones and "softier" Stooges, not so sadly music.
9 Jul 2009, 03:33 by UncouthYouthSo a few months back I got a bird (Archie, after the Watchmen). I've had birds my whole life, but this is the worst bird I've ever had. It's unfriendly and unsocial; it mostly prefers sitting in its cage and screaming its idiot head off at my music. But only certain music really gets it going... which is where this journal comes in. I'm going to track what selections from my record collection anger my bird the most.
-Department of Eagles (not sure what about this record really set Archie off, but for whatever reason he wouldn't shut up even during the quieter songs like Around the Bay)
-The Cult (this is pretty easy to understand, my dad would probably scream too)
-Guns N' Roses (he didn't seem to mind Appetite for Destruction until Nightrain. However I noticed him doing a little headbanging on his swing during Out ta Get Me.)
-Harry Nilsson ( Nilsson Schmilsson didn't bother him at all, but as soon as we got to Me and My Arrow from The Point the squawking was incessant!)
28 Jan 2009, 21:28 by zusp"It's A Rock 'N' Roll Bash (where everyones smashed)"
- The first act plays 5 songs.
- The second act plays 5 songs.
- The third act plays 7 songs.
- The fourth act plays 7 songs.
- The fifth act plays 10 songs.
- The sixth act plays 10 songs.
- The seventh act plays 14 Songs
1. Dreamin' In A Casket
2. My Good Reputation
3. Bag on Your Head
4. Medicate Me
5. We Don't Celebrate Sundays
1.Youth Gone Wild
2.18 and Life
4.By Your Side
5.Get the Fuck Out
1.Suckertrain Blues (feat. Josh Todd)
2.She Mine (feat. Josh Todd)
3.Get Out The Door (feat. Jocke Berg)
4.Dirty Little Thing (feat. Jocke Berg)
5.Messages (feat. Sebastian Bach)
6.Set Me Free (feat Sebastian Bach)
19 Nov 2008, 22:10 by ShotgunGold*** I wrote this in 2008 as part of my English GCSE. Part of the coursework was to write an album or film review. I got an A for this... ***
It is hard to imagine that it took a good few months for this album to be recognised by the masses, but when it finally did strike, it shook all who listened. The debut album by the californian rockers successfully combined rock, metal, punk and blues to create an era-defining record and one that has since been highly regarded by musicians and listeners alike.
California, and Los Angeles in particular, was gritty, dirty and drugged up in the 1980's for the five members of GNR. And these surroundings are the inspiration for Appetite for Destruction. Drugs, alcohol and sex are written about plentiful, as you'd expect from many hard rock bands. However Guns also managed to show a sweet and sensitive side which, when fused together, create one finished package.
Lead guitarist Slash has always said that he's a sucker for a good riff. And this album has plenty. …
12 Feb 2008, 16:46 by zuspI'm gonna write up 20 best songs from my most listened bands. This is round one and let's start with Guns N' Fuckin' Roses.
While sometimes the track gets little boring it definately has it moments. The song has to be listened in a certain mood to appreciate it's power. Great peacefull acoustic track to relax to. (And hit on girls) Thanks Izzy.
19. One in a Million
The best song from 1988s EP Lies and only at 19th place! Has to tell something about the quality of GN'R songs... The song has got alot of shit thrown at it because some of the lyric choises. Some people don't seem to get the meaning behind Axls lyrics which sucks, cause this song really has something to say. Cool use of acoustic and electric guitar and great, very underrated solo by Slash. Cool track
18. Civil War
Many may argue that this track should be higher but i don't think so. Eventhough the track is great it can't compete with some of the dirtyier AFD/Illusion material. …
10 Aug 2007, 08:02 by MetallicaACDC***These are my 15 favorite opening riffs, meaning that the riff starts at the very beginning of the song and is the first thing you hear (no 4-bar intros or keyboard build-ups). I only listed one riff per band, seeing as this list would have a lot of AC/DC without that limit.***
15. Smokin', Boston
The best rock 'n' roll song Tom Scholz ever wrote. The opening riff carries the song nicely, even adding a vicious lick in the chorus. This is the riff that sold me on Boston and made me go out and buy their first two albums.
14. Cat Scratch Fever, Ted Nugent
One of the Nuge's most famous songs, and one of the meanest riffs ever written. I've known that cat-scratching sound at the beginning of this song for as long as I can remember, and it's never gotten old.
13. Tie Your Mother Down, Queen
A great Western-sounding riff by the legendary Brian May. …
10 Jan 2007, 12:35 by riazorSun 2 Jul – Guns N' Roses, Alice in Chains, Stone Sour, Bloodsimple
Welcome to the Jungle
Live and Let Die
Robin Fink solo
Sweet Child O’ Mine
Knockin’ On Heavens Door
Dizzy Reed solo (Ziggy Stardust)
You Could Be Mine
Richard Fortus solo (Beautiful)
Out ta Get Me
thinking about you
Robin Fink solo
Axl on stage: