Music doesn't get too much heavier than Led Zeppelin.
AC/DC's musical formula hasn't changed much over the years, and for good reason: For 40 years and counting, Australia's loudest musical exports have decisively proven that you don't need much more than a couple of guitars, a couple of chords and a dirty mind to make great rock 'n' roll. But while the band's sound has remained steady over the
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Before we sharpen our knives to begin splitting hairs as we consider the merits of ‘Bayou Country’ against the qualities of ‘Willie and the Poor Boys,’ let’s take a step back to appreciate the magnificence that is the entire Creedence Clearwater Revival catalog.
There's a lot to be said for the impact of a nice, short rock song. But sometimes we just want to plug in and tune out for awhile.
'Pump,' one of the most popular and certainly most triumphant albums of Aerosmith’s historic career, consolidated the band’s comeback from the brink of late-‘70s destruction, beating a younger generation of hard rock bands at their own game.
For four decades, AC/DC have blasted the rock 'n' roll landscape with towering riffs and a winking innuendo that cuts to the primal heart of the music.
Styx's addition of hard-rocking everyman Tommy Shaw before 1976’s 'Crystal Ball' forever shifted the band’s dynamic toward founding guitarist James "J.Y." Young’s clear penchant for straight-ahead rock.
For the decade and a half that they held it together, Talking Heads led a charmed musical career.