#1
...or even banjo-like sounds?

I know of Ty Cobb by Soundgarden and Trains by Porcupine Tree. Can anybody name some songs with banjo?
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#3
hayseed dixie.
look them up.
technically theyre bluesgrass.. but you will understand.
#5
"lookin out my back door" by children of bodom has some banjo in it
its a bit heavier than rock though

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That's cool...but I wasn't necessarily asking for songs to play, but some sweet riffs with banjo in the background/banjo solos.
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phail
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#9
I think "State of Massachusetts" by Dropkick Murphys has some banjo in the intro
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Spiderbait - Black Betty. It's a cover though.

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I think Metallica has one...




I just noticed, that banjo has a floyd rose (at least it looks like it)
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I think "State of Massachusetts" by Dropkick Murphys has some banjo in the intro

Many of their songs have banjo. And bagpipes.
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John Butler Trio- Better Than
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hayseed dixie.
look them up.
technically theyre bluesgrass.. but you will understand.


O my god...

Totally getting some of that.
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#17
The Black Keys - Psychotic Girl

And one of the songs off the latest Raconteurs album, but I can't remember which one.
#18
Oh! Take a look at the stray cats, sounds sort of like a banjo.

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#19
Ants of the Sky - BTBAM

Epic banjo breakdown/hoedown.
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Spiderbait - Black Betty. It's a cover though.


The Ram Jam version is better! & I think from memmory it had Banjo as well
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John Butler Trio- Better Than

& Funky Tonight!, if you class JBT as a rock band
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Ants of the Sky - BTBAM

Epic banjo breakdown/hoedown.

What he said.
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#25
Most Flogging Molly songs have a banjo.
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That was a bad cover and is nowhere as well done as the original.





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gallows pole- led zeppelin


Thank you!, I knew there was a Led Zep song with banjo in it I just couldn't think of it! I kept thinking "When the Levee Breaks" but that was 12-string & mouth organ wasn't it (still a kick arse song though)
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I know 'eh without the TH games I never whould have disscovered Motorhead & the Buzzcocks!

the Grand Theift Auto games are good like that too!
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#32
Psychotic Girl - The Black Keys
To Sheila - The Smashing Pumpkins
Funky Tonight - John Butler Trio
Better Then - John Butler Trio.

and more JBT.