Awesome to a see a Ramones top five, @vegas and lucifer. Growing up in Queens, NY, The Ramones were huge but unfortunately I never got to see them live. Cool to hear your stories about meeting the guys.
1. I Wanna Be Sedated 2. Blitzkrieg Bop 3. Sheena is a Punk Rocker 4. Rockaway Beach 5. Rock and Roll High School
1. Nobody Rides For Free (Pariah, this isn't just my in my Ratt top five it is one of my all-time favorite songs) 2. Round and Round 3. Way Cool Jr. 4. Wanted Man 5. Shame Shame Shame
1. Gypsy Road 2. Heartbreak Station 3. Shelter Me 4. Don't Know What You Got (Til It's Gone) 5. Nobody's Fool
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1.Empire 2.Spreading The Disease 3.Queen Of The Reich 4.Take Hold of the Flame 5.Eyes Of A Stranger
1.You Think You're Tough 2.You're In Love 3.Enough Is Enough 4.What's It Gonna Be? 5.Dance
1.Gypsy Road 2.Shake Me 3.Nothin' For Nothin' 4.Fallin' Apart at the Seams 5.Night Songs
1.Ten Seconds To Love 2.On With The Show 3.Knock 'Em Dead Kid 4.Looks That Kill 5.Live Wire
(Side note: The first 2 Motley albums, "Too Fast For Love" & "Shout at the Devil" would easily rank very high on my greatest albums of all-time list. Everything they've released since, I can pretty much take or leave, but those first 2 albums are absolutely ESSENTIAL)
Favorite 5 Metallica - Broken, Beat & Scarred - Now That We're Dead - Of Wolf And Man - Sad But True - Where The Wild Things Are
No disrespect to lucifer... I absolutely LOVE older Metallica stuff as well... Just that I'm a sucker for polished production... In fact, I believe everything pre-Black album deserves its own list...
Favorite 5 Metallica (part deux) - Ride The Lightning - The Four Horsemen - Disposable Heroes - Eye Of The Beholder - Leper Messiah
And my absolute top band of the new millennium... The pioneers of nu metal...
Favorite 5 KoЯn - Coming Undone - Freak On A Leash - Make Me Bad - Hater - Rotting In Vain
* Honorable mentions to everything these two bands have ever done. Can honestly say I don't think I dislike a single song by either.
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Favorite 5 songs from the Monkees 1. Last Train From Clarksville 2. Papa Gene's Blues 3. The Girl I Knew Somewhere 4. Pleasant Valley Sunday 5. Daydream Believer
Absolutely ridiculous that the Monkees are not enshrined in the so-called Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Don't wanna hear that they "didn't play all of their instruments" or "write all of their own songs", either. Last time I checked, there was no French horn player in the Beatles or pianist in The Rolling Stones, both of whom were outsold by the Monkees in 1966 or 1967. And by both, I mean COMBINED. Don't recall Elton John writing all of his material, either. Plus, there's a solid argument to be made that their musical performances on their weekly show were pretty much a precursor to the music video. Lastly, their show is one of the earliest I remember watching on TV as a child and is forever embedded in my memories. That being said, my 5 favorite Monkees songs:
1.Look Out, Here Comes Tomorrow 2.Daydream Believer 3.Valleri 4.She Hangs Out 5.I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
all great choices there Lucifer. Of the four I've done they were the hardest because I love so many of their songs. (I love the others too but my top 5s for them were easier because I liked those songs so much more than the others)