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Rjoepenk

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  1. Which modern band (recently formed and currently in their heyday) sounds the most like good ol' time REAL rock 'n' roll to you? I would say either Kings Of Leon or The White Stripes.
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    What constitutes classic rock?

    I'm sorry but I don't think 'classic rock' has a period. You trying to tell me that Chuck Berry, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis etc aren't classic artists? There is modern rock and classic rock, modern is today, classic is all the best music from all of rock history, which is the latter half of the 20th century. Guns 'N' Roses had a significant impact on rock history 15 years ago and some of their stuff is classic rock, in 2040 do you think people won't label it as this? It is ever changing. By the way 'oldies'?!?!?!? I thought this was a Britney-free environment, you sound like 12 year olds people!!
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    ROCK'S GREATEST SAD SONG??

    I have a playlist on my i-pod entitled 'down stuff' for when I'm feeling pissed off: R.E.M.- All The Right Friends U2- One Stereophonics- Climbing the wall Stereophonics- Im alright Travis- Why Does It Always Rain On Me? Train- All American Girl Enuff Z'Nuff- Wheels Fleetwood Mac- Oh well Bon Jovi- Someday I'll Be Saturday Night The Bangles- Manic Monday Cream- Crossroads Queen- Friends Will Be Friends Eddie Cochran- Summertime Blues Scott McKenzie- San Fransisco Aerosmith- Dream On Feeder- Under The Weather The Fortunes- Here It Comes Again Guns 'N' Roses- Since I Don't Have You Ian Brown- F.E.A.R. Muse- Feeling Good Oasis- Half the World Away Placebo- Bitter end Queen- The Invisible Man Radiohead- Creep Robbie Williams- Come unone Not necessarily sad songs but it usually works. If I had to name a classic sad rock song though I think 'Babe, I'm gonna leave you' by Led Zeppelin is ingeniously romantic and melancholic at the same time. I'm not the biggest Led Zep fan but what a song.
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