#4
check out teh acoustic forum. there are almost half a million threads like this one.
Nowadays all the songs on the radio, all drive me crazy.
#6
time of your life by green day
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#7
There's millions. To suggest one, I'd say "Knockin' on Heaven's Door."
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#8
patience
Motley Crue 2/11/06!
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Bleeding Through/Slayer/Manson-7/25/07!
A7x/Operator/the Confession/Black Tide 11/25/07!
Van Halen 2/12/07!
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#9
Deftones just released a few great acoustic versions of some of their classics on "B-Sides and Rarities": Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away), Change (In the House of Flies), Digital Bath - those are all excellent. Other great acoustic tunes are "Nutshell" by Alice In Chains, "Spoke In the Wheel" by Black Label Society and "Ever So Sweet" by the Early November.
#12
there's a bunch of good ones by Oasis like, "Sad Song", "The Masterplan,""Songbird"
#13
I find that alot of Led Zeppelin songs are good for acoustic. Example: Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, Black Mountain Side (No Lyrics), The Rain Song (especially good, and easy), Stairway to Heaven, and possibly Your Time is Gonna Come.
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#14
Oasis - Whatever, Wonderwall, The Masterplan, Songbird
Babyshambles - Albion
The Beatles - Norweigien Wood
Bob Dylan - Hurricaine
Green Day - Good Ridance (Time Of Your Life), Macy's Day Parade
#16
youve got her in your pocket- the white stripes
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#17
crazygluedmybut meet dave matthews, dave matthews meet crazygluedmybut. Ha. If you want some great acoustic songs with great melody and catchy rifts, buy "Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds: Live at Luther College". Probably one of the best cds in my collection. Also check out songs by Oasis, Of A Revolution (Oar), some phish, and even tenacious d. There are also unplugged albums by many of today's rock bands for you to check out. Peace
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#19
^ -- That's a good song by Pearl Jam (By that I mean "Do The Evolution")
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#20
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there's a bunch of good ones by Oasis like, "Sad Song", "The Masterplan,""Songbird"


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#21
Green Eyes by Coldplay (off of "A Rush of Blood To The Head")
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#22
get alice in chains unplugged. i just revisited it yesterday. it has to be one of if not the best of the MTV unplugged series. the songs are pretty simple to play, they're just put together so well.
#23
Wish you were here, Mother, Hey You, ect. by Pink Floyd
or Over the hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin
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#24
^ -- Over the Hills and Far Away is easy, but sounds really good.
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#27
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swing life away - rise against


i love playing and singing along with this one. i have a ****ty voice but i still manage to sing along well with em. I think that's why I enjoy it so much.