The best "heavy" records of all time
Ahh, the question that rock radio asks will never cease to pose. ACDC or Guns 'n' Roses? The Beatles or the Stones? Elvis or the Go Go's? We may never solve the world's problems, but at very least, we can try to agree on this, right? ;-)
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albums, Rock, best, records, all time
Dark Side of the Moon (titled Dark Side of the Moon in the 1993 CD edition) is a concept album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on 17 March 1973 in the U.S. and 24 March 1973 in the UK.
Led Zeppelin IV is the common, but unofficial name of the untitled fourth album by English rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released on November 8, 1971. It has no official title printed anywhere on the album, but is generally called Led Zeppelin IV after the band's previous three numbered albums. Atlantic Records catalogs have used the names Four Symbols (see below) and The Fourth Album. It has also been referred to as Zoso (which the first symbol appears to spell), Untitled and The Runes. Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page frequently refers to the album in interviews as "the fourth album" and Led Zeppelin IV, while singer Robert Plant thinks of it as "the fourth album, that's it".
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"The Beatles or the Stones?" "the who."
Oh, I see...post rescinded.
Who the hell is "Queed"?
*Queen - Day at the races
American Idiot | Green Day
Nirvana - Nevermind
Led Zeppelin II changed everything for me.
These are all great records. I've owned each at least once. There is a problem though, unless you want to group all music under rock, 4 of the top 5 on this list do not qualify. 1.Grunge 2.Punk 4.New Age (back then anyway) 5.Alternative
This is a tough one because there are so many different sub-subjects for rock. I'll take a shot at it but my tastes are really all over the map.
Kiss Gold and Guns'n'Roses Greatest Hits one with 2 CD's ....Buy 'em, good CD's
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