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    History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Pretty neat video I stumbled upon:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiC__IjCa2s&feature=player_embedded]100 Riffs (A Brief History of Rock N' Roll) - YouTube[/ame]



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Very impressive.



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Go Crazy Train.


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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    Go Crazy Train.
    If you are Ozzy, so many questions of mine have been answered.


    TRUE AND VALIANT

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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Meh. No Neil Sedaka.


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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Naughtius View Post
    Meh. No Neil Diamond .
    FIFY :) Pretty cool. I think the last one was the only one I didn't know.



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    WOW, he really organized the riffs to flow together as one, great exchange between songs...... Guitar....I was not impressed, with all the ones he could have chosen I would have used a Ibanez. But then again, he made the video and he chose what he wanted. "CLAP" "CLAP" I want more now



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Feeling old...the only ones in the last 15 or so that I recognize were ones that have been in commercials (Seven Nation Army, one other one)



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    There hasn't been any good rock and roll in the past 20 years so don't feel bad lol.



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by 00clone View Post
    Feeling old...the only ones in the last 15 or so that I recognize were ones that have been in commercials (Seven Nation Army, one other one)
    I'm 27 and the most recognizable ones are older ones for me as well (though i recognize a good amount of the later stuff as well)



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave2010 View Post
    WOW, he really organized the riffs to flow together as one, great exchange between songs...... Guitar....I was not impressed, with all the ones he could have chosen I would have used a Ibanez. But then again, he made the video and he chose what he wanted. "CLAP" "CLAP" I want more now
    The Fender strat was the perfect choice for the majority of the songs.



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    There hasn't been any good rock and roll in the past 20 years so don't feel bad lol.

    LOL


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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by Al_4_State View Post
    LOL
    This actually made me think of something I was going to throw out on here the other day. I can count on one hand I think the number of new bands I've bothered to check out and buy music from in the last 4-5 years (exempting stuff that got decent radio play I think Crash Kings and Them Crooked Vultures are the only two I can think of). Anybody have any suggestions for current stuff that would be at home on a pretty classic rock heavy tailgating playlist?



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    Quote Originally Posted by MNCyGuy View Post
    This actually made me think of something I was going to throw out on here the other day. I can count on one hand I think the number of new bands I've bothered to check out and buy music from in the last 4-5 years (exempting stuff that got decent radio play I think Crash Kings and Them Crooked Vultures are the only two I can think of). Anybody have any suggestions for current stuff that would be at home on a pretty classic rock heavy tailgating playlist?
    The Black Keys
    The Sheepdogs
    Anders Osborne
    Limbeck
    Radio Moscow (Ames band, gotta give them a plug)

    There is good stuff out there, it just gets little to no air play on the radio. All those bands should fit right in with a solid classic rock playlist.



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    Re: History of Rock N Roll in 100 Riffs

    No Tool?



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