coolest sounding band of all time imo has gotta be zz top. brant bjork and lynyrd skynyrd right up there. zz shred most of the time but their slower
stuff is super cool. brant takes laid back to another level and skynyrd just have a unique coolness to their sound. and stones, their intros are way
1. Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" - Digable Planets
2. "Crystal" - New Order
3. "Set the Ray to Jerry" - The Smashing Pumpkins
4. "4th of July" - Soundgarden
5. "Voodoo Medicine Man" - Aerosmith
6. "Silver Gun Superman" - Stone Temple Pilots
7. "Wherever I May Roam" - Metallica
8. "La Grange" - ZZ Top
9. "Never Enough" - The Cure
10. "More than A Feeling" - Boston
11. "Double Talkin' Jive" - Guns N' Roses
12. "Stairway To Heaven" - Led Zeppelin
That's why these threads are worthwhile. That just may be favorite album of all-time. I would never have come up with that without this thread.
Any song that is not played on the radio by these guys. Blandest, Opinion, Oh The Guilt, Aerozepplin, The Money Will
Roll Right In (cover), Old Age… shows a band with a sound that is not the Teen Spirit burned out sound it would become. And there is this
Nirvana – Talk To Me (Live)
I saw a show that called Pearl Jam “the grandfathers of grunge” which is total sh#. These guys are what every band in Seattle wanted to be.
Mudhoney, Sound Garden, Alice in Chains, Nirvana, all wanted to be these guys but could not play guitar good enough to sound like them! So most went
to the anti-song with no guitar solo, slow everything down, and play the punk chord progression backwards—grunge. These guys are the grandfathers of
Sweet Water – Everything Will Be Alright
Lot of cool songs so far! I love that Cure song btw!
Ok Ill jump in here by my take of the cool sound. Im going to go with something unique sounding for its time. Maybe ahead of its time or
Led Zep-Dazed and Confused....Jimmy Page plays the guitar with a violin bow
Not a huge fan of Bob Dylan; but only found out recently that the Animals didn't write this song. Psychedelic folk song in 1962. Far out. I actually
like this one better at the moment.
Early drum n bass. Known as "uk 'ardcore" when it was released in the early 90's. Was the first song that used pitch shifting (2:40 mark) This was a
RIchie Havens-Just recently passed away. This tune in 1980 sounds like it could have been release in 1990. Ive played the "guess the year of this
tune" with my house music mates and nobody has even come close. This sound took the world by storm in the club/rave scene of the late eighties and
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