Top 5 Rock Songs of All Time?

Inspired by Bill’s list, here are some of my favorites, in no particular order, because I can no longer put together a short list, and most possibly influenced by my last few posts…

I Believe In Miracles – The Ramones – Brain Drainvideo

Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones – Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!video

Love Song – Tesla – The Great Radio Controversyvideo (a video of a Philadelphia concert Richelle and me missed over ten years ago).

The Show Must Go On – Queen – Innuendovideo

Wasted Years – Iron Maiden – Stranger in a Strange Landvideo

Gimmie Shelter – The Rolling Stones – Let it Bleedvideo

I Wanna Be Sedated – The Ramones – Road to Ruinvideo

Sanitarium – Metallica – Master of Puppetsfan video (the band didn’t make videos back then)

Heaven and Hell – Black Sabbath – Heaven and Hellvideo, Tenacious D!

Everybody Knows – Leonard Cohen – I’m Your Manvideo

House of Pain – Faster Pussycat – Wake Me When It’s Overvideo

Gone Away – Faster Pussycat – Ixnay on the Hombrevideo

When the Angels Sing – social distortion – White light, white heat, white trashvideo

Ride On – AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheapfan video

Black Diamond – KISS – Kissvideo

Take It Easy – The Eagles – Eaglesvideo

In Your Eyes – Jeffrey Gaines – Cover of Peter Gabriel – video

7 thoughts on “Top 5 Rock Songs of All Time?

  1. Heh. I like music that moves you and demands your heart and spirit to sing along.

    Generally that’s Metal, certain forms of Hard Rock, and Punk.

    But it can be just as easily folk or R&B.

    I’m all over the map in tastes.

    Just not right now.

  2. Ooooh, I just had to get into this one.

    I can name 5…

    5) Tom Sawyer – Rush
    4) Baba O’Riley – The Who
    3) For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) – AC/DC
    2) Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
    1) Welcome to the Jungle – Guns N’ Roses

    For me, these are the songs that just seem to stop time and make you drop what you are doing to listen to them.

    – CASH


  4. These are *my* top five.

    And Jordan – your sarcasm is stupid. Whitesnake had its moments. Still of the Night has one of the most massive riffs ever. So to try and get me looking ‘uncool’ by throwing that down – well I don’t care.

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