5 Feb 2015, 16:44 de metawirt
7 Dic 2013, 8:25 de stationinmyroom300 all-time greatest rock bands.
This list has been created for more than five years. For more than ten years I have listened a lot of very good and very bad rock music. I have some general knowledge about music theory and music history. Every band is rated with numeral mark (max 100). Mark is just my subjective opinion. Band's technical ability, overall quality of their discography, originality, innovativity and influence were considered. Also negative points were added for plagiarism.
It's just my opinion, so don't take it too seriously.
The list will be changed and updated with time.
Every comment is welcome and every suggestion will be considered.
300. Hampton Grease Band (USA)
299. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates (England)
298. The Psychedelic Furs (England)
297. The Mamas & the Papas (USA)
296. Blur (England)
295. The Slits (England)
294. Almendra (Argentina)
293. Low (USA)
292. Built to Spill (USA)
291. Echo & the Bunnymen (England)
6 Dic 2012, 7:33 de bruziePart five...
300: Black Sabbath, Master of Reality - 8/10
299: Weezer, Weezer - 8/10
298: Kanye West, The College Dropout - 1/10
297: The Mothers of Invention, We're Only In It For The Money - 4/10
296: The Smiths, Meat Is Murder - 6/10
295: Leonard Cohen, Songs of Love and Hate - 6/10
294: MC5, Kick Out the Jams - 7/10
293: The Velvet Underground, White Light/White Heat - 5/10
292: Bob Dylan and The Band, The Basement Tapes - 6/10
291: Talking Heads, 77 - 6/10
290: Al Green, Call Me - 6/10
289: The Kinks, Something Else By The Kinks - 6/10
288: Grateful Dead, Anthem of the Sun - 6/10
287: X, Los Angeles - 6/10
286: Al Green, I'm Still in Love With You - 6/10
285: Stevie Wonder, Music Of My Mind - 6/10
284: The Cars, The Cars - 8/10
283: Barry White, Can't Get Enough - 6/10
282: Muddy Waters, Folk Singer - 8/10
30 Ago 2012, 23:48 de bruziePart two of my journey of listening to all RS500 albums
450: Jackson Browne, For Everyman - 6/10
449: Big Star, Third/Sister Lovers - 7/10
448: The Police, Synchronicity - 8/10
447: Stan Getz & João Gilberto, Getz/Gilberto - 8/10
446: MC5, Back in the USA - 6/10
445: Steve Miller Band, Fly Like An Eagle - 6/10
444: War, The World Is A Ghetto - 6/10
443: Cheap Trick, In Color - 6/10
442: Devo, Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! - 6/10
441: Suicide, Suicide - 7/10
440: The Pogues, Rum, Sodomy & The Lash - 5/10
439: Sam Cooke, Live At The Harlem Square Club, 1963 - 8/10
438: The Cure, Boys Don't Cry - 7/10
437: Lil Wayne, Tha Carter III - 2/10
436: Beck, Sea Change - 7/10
435: Nirvana, In Utero - 7/10
434: Big Star, #1 Record - 6/10
433: George Harrison, All Things Must Pass - 7/10
432: Brian Eno, Here Come The Warm Jets - 7/10
431: PJ Harvey…
30 Jun 2012, 18:04 de AlanRantahttp://exclaim.ca/images/ty7.jpg
Read the Bastard!
Ty Segall Band
By Alan Ranta
Ty Segall gets around. Since 2005, he's played drums and guitar for Epsilons, Party Fowl, The Traditional Fools, The Perverts and Sic Alps, collaborated with White Fence and Mikal Cronin, and released half-a-dozen solo albums while constantly touring. Indeed, Segall's barrage of fuzz and thrashy exuberance is road-tested and true. Slaughterhouse sees Segal take his touring band of Cronin, Charlie Moothart and Emily Rose Epstein into the studio, and the results surge with the crackling, raw power of their notorious live performances. The album's mixture of psychedelic, punk, glam, blues, noise and space rock may evoke nostalgia for the likes of The Stooges, New York Dolls and MC5, but the sound seethes with such contemporary urgency you'd swear Segall was right next to you, spitting in your ear. …
3 Mar 2012, 16:16 de GorionIM
13 Feb 2012, 12:18 de thomas10This is an article in which I tried to bundle all the great losses of rock'n roll and modern music. That means all the musicians which are worldwide known and died at young age (before 51 years old). I tried to give a little information about the way they died. Most of the information I got from Wikipedia. When someone thinks I forgot an artist or that the information is incorrect... I'm open for new information.
The list is in order of age of dying
For the artists younger than 37 I'll recommend you Pt 1;
Lhasa de Sela (Lhasa) (1972-2010)
Following a 21-month-long battle with breast cancer, Lhasa died, age 37, on the evening of January 1, 2010, at her home in Montreal.
Rhett Forrester (Riot) (1956-1994)
Murdered. He was shot and killed in Atlanta, Georgia, after he refused to give up his vehicle in an attempted carjacking. The crime has not to date, been solved.
5 Feb 2012, 23:57 de KingsAndQueenhttp://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/500/20939995/Stevie+Nicks+000i.jpg
8 Oct 2011, 3:33 de AbraWerewolfGet it here....
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
David Allan Coe
Townes Van Zandt
Hank Williams Jr.
Hank Williams III
Joe Buck Yourself
Those Poor Bastards
Spear of Lnginus
Andrew Jackson Jihad
Love Through Cannibalism
Aya Hirano & Nozomi Sasaki
22 Abr 2011, 12:11 de heavylioneSir Lord Baltimore
Van der Graaf Generator
Atom Heart Mother
Fat Old Sun
Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast
Rock Me Baby
Whole Lotta Love
Rock and Roll