#1
Once again, I found another interesting article in the magazine "Adult's Rock" (Japanese) on the most influential and popular... well biggest bands.
They sorted them out in each decade.
This is the list.

1960's - The Who
1970's - Led Zeppelin
1980's - Guns N' Roses
1990's - Nirvana
2000's - Foo Fighters

Discuss.
#2
Sounda sbout right I guess if your talking about popularity. Though I would have put Queen for the 70s and Def Leppard or Van Halen for the 80s, instead of GnR who came at the end of the 80s and had one good album.
#3
Bull****

60's - The Rolling Stones
70's - Led Zeppelin probably
80's - Van Halen
90's - Who gives a ****
00's - Who gives a ****
#5
well i think

60's rolling stones or the who
70's led zeppelin or AC/DC
80's Metallica
90's Pantera
00's well i should say that AC/DC, Metallica is back
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#6
Quote by Kriske11
well i think

60's rolling stones or the who
70's led zeppelin or AC/DC
80's Metallica
90's Pantera
00's well i should say that AC/DC, Metallica is back


Well, I disagree with you on Pantera.
They were good, but they weren't globally groundbreaking like Metallica or Iron Maiden.

Plus they're in the heavy metal area.
I know Nirvana's not Hard Rock, but Grunge was in a way between rock and metal.
#7
Quote by Pizza The Hut
Sounda sbout right I guess if your talking about popularity. Though I would have put Queen for the 70s and Def Leppard or Van Halen for the 80s, instead of GnR who came at the end of the 80s and had one good album.


I agree with you on def leppard and van halen, they were bigger than Guns.

But putting Queen in the 70's is like putting Coldplay in the 00's, not that hard rocky.
#8
def. led zep for the 70's, i think we can all agree.
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