Shock rock is a wide umbrella term for artists who combine rock music with elements of theatrical shock value in live performances.
'Shock rock' first appeared as a loose genre term during the early 1970s, referring to glam rock era musicians. The genre's 'weapons of outrage' vary from decade to decade, but generally involve issues of sex and/or violence which are designed to push the current limits of decency.
|Rank||Play||Loved||Artist and track name||Buy|
|1||Alice Cooper — Poison|
|2||Alice Cooper — Feed My Frankenstein|
|3||Marilyn Manson — The Beautiful People|
|4||Eric Burdon — Sweet Blood Call|
|5||Eric Burdon — Who Gives a F...|
|6||Eric Burdon — Do You Feel It|
|7||Alice Cooper — No More Mr. Nice Guy|
|8||Marilyn Manson — mOBSCENE|
|9||Marilyn Manson — Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)|
|10||Alice Cooper — I'm Eighteen|