ssx1982
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My friend is trying to compile a good rock playlist for an event and she needs a good selection of songs. She's going for a nice hardrock theme for middle aged group(25-45), maybe some 70/80/90s rock. I figured I would be smart and ask the pros. So if anyone wants to help us out and come up with a playlist of about 12-15 songs that would be awesome. Can't have any offensive language btw.

Thanks~
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Last Days of May - Blue Oyster Cult (slow)
Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult (epic)
Scuttle Buttin - SRV
Back in Black - AC/DC
hell you figure out the rest...
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You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC
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Walk This Way - Aerosmith
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You're asking a bunch of twelve to fourteen year olds on the internet for a list of mature rock songs for an audience of twenty-five to fourty-five year olds?

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Can't go wrong with:

Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Lazy - Deep Purple
Life In the Fast Lane - The Eagles

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Walk this Way
Dream On
Sultans of Swing-Dire Straits
Baba Oreilly-The Who(This is easily a good choice)
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j geils - Love Stinks
boston - more than a feeling
Bob seger - against the wind
Aerosmith - dream on
Led zeppelin - Rock n Roll
Fleetwood mac - The chain

use these songs and u cant go wrong
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Well it all depends on who your playing to:

(some of these will overlap)

If your playing for the hippie crowd then go for:

Revolution-The Beatles (hell any Beatles tune will work)
White Rabbit-Jeffereson Airplane
Truckin'-The Grateful Dead
Fixin' To Die Rag-Country Joe and the Fish (people love to sing along with the chorus)
Bobby McGee-Janis Joplin
Purple Haze-Jimi Hendrix
Lucifer Sam-Pink Floyd (Barret era>Gilmour era imho)

For the bluesy crowd:

Pride And Joy-Stevie Ray Vaughn
Whippin' Post-Allman Brothers Band
Sympathy for the Devil-The Rolling Stones
Red House-Jimi Hendrix
Crossroad Blues-Cream

The hard rock folks:

Whole Lotta Love-Led-Zeppelin
Paranoid-Black Sabbath
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap-AC/DC
Mississippi Queen-Mountain
Smoke On The Water-Deep Purple
Sweet Emotion-Aerosmith

Mix and match em and you should be able to get a fairly decent set list, like I said some can go into different categories and what not, but just choose a few and get up there and let her rip