Shocked and saddened. I started out "hating Rush" but turned into a Rush fan one day when I was in the shower and couldn't turn off the radio...
All The Young Dudes
Graffiti and Bad Co.
I voted for Rubber Soul because it was first album recorded that really influenced me. Led Zeppelin II is a close second.
My opinion on this individual is best left off a public forum. Plus, I really hate his "music."
RIP George Michael who passed away Christmas 2016
Another Christmas without John
Due to my perhaps irrational hatred of Ted Nugent, I must vote for Robin Trower. Robin all the way, plus I love British blues.
What Jonny Come Lately said, so eloquently.
Levee rocks and grooves, Babe can make me cry. Ultimately voted to "When The Levee Breaks".
"Running with the Devil"
Bad Company by Bad Company
Great debut, plus it has "Ready For Love" on it.
Partial to the Judas Priest sound over Aerosmith. So I vote for Rocka Rolla based on which album I'd want to listen to in its entirety.
Aww, did you bark back at her? (I love dogs.)
Dark Side of the Moon
More great songs on the album.
Pink Floyd is a better band than ZZ Top, IMHO. The only song that is "iconic" to me from...
I think John would approve! A true Cheap Trick take on this song and faithful to the original.
ETA: One of my fave songs ever.
This interests me a whole lot.
Back in Black
Landslide sung by Stevie Nicks. But really just a smidge above Songbird.
Roxanne by The Police
for obvious reasons
Plus I really love the song to this day, and it rocked my world, introduced me to The Police.
Houses by LZ
No Matter What by Badfinger
Badfinger was a real rock pop band and The Turtles was just girl fan pop.
Plus I love Badfinger.
Roll On Down The Highway by BTO
Killer. I love AC and hate TN so that's why.
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