Thursday, September 17, 2009

Rock of Ages - 100 Songs - 100 Artists: Master List

Buddy Holly & The Crickets That'll Be the Day 1957
Roy Orbison Crying 1962
The Ronettes Be My Baby 1963
Otis Redding I've Been Loving You Too Long 1965
Bob Dylan It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 1965
Beach Boys God Only Knows 1966
Buffalo Springfield For What It's Worth 1967
Love The Red Telephone 1967
The Jimi Hendrix Experience The Wind Cries Mary 1967
Van Morrison Astral Weeks 1968
The Zombies Hung Up on a Dream 1968
Donovan Hurdy Gurdy Man 1968
The Beatles While My Guitar Gently Weeps 1968
King Crimson 21st Century Schizoid Man 1969
Cream Badge 1969
Sly and the Family Stone Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) 1969
George Harrison Beware of Darkness 1970
John Lennon God 1970
Paul McCartney Maybe I'm Amazed 1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival Ramble Tamble 1970
James Brown Sex Machine 1970
Grand Funk Railroad Sin's a Good Man's Brother 1970
Led Zeppelin Since I've Been Loving You 1970
Tim Buckley Song to the Siren 1970
The Kinks Strangers 1970
The Velvet Underground Sweet Jane 1970
Nick Drake Things Behind The Sun 1970
Don McLean American Pie 1971
T.Rex Jeepster 1971
The Temptations Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) 1971
David Bowie Life on Mars? 1971
Flower Travellin' Band Satori Pt. 1 1971
The Rolling Stones Sister Morphine 1971
Faces Stay With Me 1971
Elton John Talking Old Soldiers 1971
Deep Purple Highway Star 1972
Lou Reed Perfect Day 1972
Big Star Thirteen 1972
Stevie Wonder Living For the City 1973
Mott The Hoople Foxy, Foxy 1973
The Who Love Reign O'er Me 1973
John Cale Paris 1919 1973
Pink Floyd Time 1973
Roxy Music Love is the Drug 1975
Parliament Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker) 1976
Warren Zevon Desperado's Under The Eaves 1976
Neil Young Like A Hurricane 1977
Television Marquee Moon 1977
Brian Eno Spider and I 1977
Electric Light Orchestra Mr. Blue Sky 1978
Nick Lowe So It Goes 1978
Elivs Costello & The Attractions What's So Funny Bout (Peace, Love & Understanding) 1978
Kraftwerk Neon Lights 1978
XTC Making Plans for Nigel 1979
The Police So Lonely 1979
The Clash Guns of Brixton 1980
Echo and the Bunnymen Crocodiles 1980
Talking Heads The Great Curve 1980
Adam and the Ants Prince Charming 1981
Michael Jackson Wanna Be Startin' Something 1983
U2 Sunday Bloody Sunday 1983
Prince Let's Go Crazy 1984
New Order Bizarre Love Triangle 1985
Tom Waits Jockey Full of Bourbon 1985
Public Enemy Bring The Noise 1987
Guns N Roses Welcome to the Jungle 1987
Sonic Youth Teen Age Riot 1988
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds The Mercy Seat 1988
Pixies Bone Machine 1989
Depeche Mode Enjoy the Silence 1990
Primus The Toys Go Winding Down 1990
My Bloody Valentine Only Shallow 1991
Pearl Jam Porch 1991
Soundgarden Jesus Christ Pose 1991
Teenage Fanclub The Concept 1991
Nirvana Heart Shaped Box 1993
Red Hot Chilli Peppers Soul To Squeeze 1993
The Lemonheads The Great Big No 1993
Nine Inch Nails Closer 1994
Jeff Buckley Lover, You Should've Come Over 1994
Stone Temple Pilots Silvergun Superman 1994
Stereolab Cybele's Reverie 1996
Wilco Misunderstood 1996
Radiohead Climbing Up the Walls 1997
Foo Fighters Everlong 1997
The Refused The Deadly Rhythm 1998
Pavement Carrot Rope 1999
Built To Spill Time Trap 1999
The Flaming Lips Do You Realize? 2002
Queens of the Stoneage No One Knows 2002
The Rapture House Of Jealous Lovers 2003
Arcade Fire Crown of Love 2004
Death From Above 1979 Romantic Rights 2004
Mastodon Blood & Thunder 2004
Franz Ferdiand Take Me Out 2004
Electric Six Dance Epidemic 2005
Islands Rough Gem 2006
Dinosaur Jr. Pick Me Up 2007
Beck Chemtrails 2008
Portishead Machine Gun 2008



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leo said...

...what the hell?

that was weird.

Van Morrison has internet sheriffs, Paul! Don't fuck with him!