These types of lists are never fair. It's difficult to give a definitive list.Bvt, here it is: 1. KISS: she2. Black Sabbath: snow blind3. Iggy and the Stooges: tv eye4. Ramones: commando5. Sex Pistols: EMI6. Slayer: angel o death7. Toxic Holocaust: nuke the cross8. Rolling Stones: monkey man9. Electric Frankenstein: presssure10. Motorhead
great list man!
QUEEN~White Queen (As It Began)THE BEATLES~Eleanor RigbyJETHRO TULL~Two FingersTHE ROLLING STONES~Torn And FrayedTHE WHO~See Me, Feel Me/Listening To YouKISS~Rock And Roll All NiteLED ZEPPELIN~Custard PieCREAM~Those Were The DaysGRATEFUL DEAD~Touch Of GreySANTANA~Europa (Earth's Cry, Heaven's Smile)
No Particular order.Jethro Tull: Wind UP
MORE Tull!! You guys rock!! I recall sitting in the commons area of the college I went to in 1978 pondering the lyrics to Wind Up. It led to some changes in my belief system.
Jethro Tull came around in a period of changes in my life. I should have gone on to college, but I barely made it through high school. Jethro Tull appealed to me on what could only be described as a philosophical level. And as I possessed a somewhat iconoclastic nature, Wind Up stood out. Most of the people I knew from high school did not like Tull--most of them could not understand what I saw in the band. As a result, I found myself distanced from them. After some lousy dead-end jobs I gave college a try. Now I'm an over educated loner working in a job that has no relation to my BA or MA. But I still like Jethro Tull.
....They just appealed to me on so many levels.