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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Dan R, Jul 6, 2019.
Old school "heavy".
Sammy's Song, by Bromberg is a very good call in my opinion.
Depends on what kind of heavy you want -
here's another take, courtesy of Graham Parker (on a Tele, of course) You Can't Be Too Strong
Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones
Round and Round - Aerosmith
Helter Skelter- Beatles
Isn’t Round and Round by Ratt?
Anything from Metallica/Anthrax/Megadeth/Slayer would be too easy. Let's dig in a little...
Obvious. If you don't know Melvins, you don't know.
Obscure band that never made it past one album.
Seattle band that never got what they deserved. Seattle had a thriving metal scene in the early '90s but Grunge buried it.
Corrosion of Conformity - anything off the "Blind" album.
Helmet - anything from the first two albums (I'm sorry, but "Betty" is ruined by that tin can snare drum... >_<).
Mnemic - anything from the first two albums.
Standard tuning, too (more or less).
There is a song by them called that, yes..
BUT, the Aerosmith version has a pretty mean groove too..and came first
For Aerosmith ,this is pretty heavy.
Here’s three in one shot, from the band that inspired a lot of people.
"I am the type of person who enjoys all genres of music."
And I am the type of person who does not.
Magic Man by Heart heavies-up very nicely!