#1
Well, I've found that one of my biggest problems is that I don't really know any full songs, I only know parts. So I've decided to learn every single song posted in this thread start to finish to advance my playing (Provided I don't hate the song and I feel like it's within my ability to learn).

I'd say I'm an intermediate guitarist......

I like mostly rock/metal

Please no drop tunings, my good tuner is broken so I'm having to use a crappy one.

Thanks
#2
Everything by Black Sabbath.

You can start with the Paranoid album.
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#3
Bark at the Moon

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#4
Quite a few Iron Maiden songs. I got good at guitar playing their songs. All are in standard tuning.
-2 Minutes to Midnight
-Aces High (First Maiden song I learned)
-Different World (Relatively easy)
-Flight of Icarus
-The Trooper
-Powerslave
-Moonchild
-The Evil That Men Do
...
And then there's Crazy Train

EDIT: There's plenty more, but I don't want to overwhelm you, and some of them are kinda hard.
Last edited by BlueFuzion101 at Jun 29, 2010,
#6
Lamb of God - Ashes of the Wake (it's standard drop d which shouldn't be that hard considering you can match it's tune to your d-string)

Most metal songs though are going to be in dropped tuning so (at the moment) I don't think I can recommend anything that's not. Oh but kudos to what the other guys said with the Black Sabbath and Judas Priest.
Last edited by splinter17 at Jun 29, 2010,
#7
Hmm, I need some new stuff to learn so I think i'll learn whatever is posted here too. My contributions:
-Rock you like a hurricane
-Tornado of Souls
-Lucretia
Gibson SG Standard
Ibanez S2170FB
Peavey JSX
Marshall 1960A
TEXAS A&M
#12
Here's a few. Some are pretty hard, some are very easy. Hopefully you find something suitable for you.

Captive Honor
Foreclosure of a Dream
The Four Horsemen
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Mr. Crowley
War Pigs
Sweet Leaf
Hellraiser
Mama, I'm Coming Home
The Dance of Eternity
Goodnight Kiss
Repentance (requires a 7-string, but the solo is only 6 and makes a decent warm up exercise)
Metropolis Pt. 1
Erotomania
Burn
Smoke on the Water
Have a Cigar
Mother
Comfortably Numb
Cowboys from Hell
Cemetery Gates
Mouth for War
The Number of the Beast
The Iron Maiden
Out of the Silent Planet (one of my favorite songs)
Aces High
2 Minutes to Midnight
Hell Bent for Leather
Living after Midnight
Electric Eye
Painkiller
(Take These) Chains
Screaming for Vengeance
Rambling Man
Jessica
Surfing with the Alien
Crying
Always with Me, Always with You


That should keep you busy for a while.
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