#1
im lookin for some easy riffs thats pretty familar to most people. rock and roll, country just about any type of music really......blues would be nice too.

thanks to everyone that replies!
#2
AC/DC's "Back In Black". There isn't a person alive that doesn't know that one. Or "Crazy Train" from Ozzy.
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#4
Iron Man - Black Sabbath
One - Metallica (intro, some parts in the song later on, very famous)
Fade to Black - Metallica
Raining Blood - Slayer

i cant think right now but there are a million others

oh, and of course this:

Stairway to Heaven lol, that's an easy one to list.
#5
sweet dreams- marylin manson
Soon you will sit on the bench
of those who deny I have my soul
You sell a dream you create
Condemned by what you condemned before
Smooth are the words you sing down and high
Underground is your joy your laws
#6
I think if you want songs that most people know stick to stuff that floated in the charts at least. Damn, stuff like Slayer (I would have gone with South of Heaven for them personally) was only ever known by metal heads even when they were peeking in the 80's. I'd say most (being majority) average folk wouldn't have heard a song of theirs before.

Stick to stuff by Guns N'Roses, Led Zep, AC/DC, Nirvana etc

Also have Creedance or The Beatles for even older stuff, maybe The Foo Fighters or Green Day for a little more modern.
Last edited by treagar at Jul 18, 2006,
#8
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sweet dreams- marylin manson



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ACDC- Thunderstruck (Intro)

Metallica - Enter Sandman

Iron Maden - The Trooper

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water

Ozzy - Crazy Train ( Intro)
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