#1
I Try this kinda thread.

So this thread is for lick tablatures,Song and riff names,band names... Everything what is good for technique or sounds cool or just is so awesome...

So legendary and improving stuff... I would ´name couple:

Symphony x songs... yeah...
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#2
Has to be said, Sweet Child of mine and Smells like teen spirit


Holy diver?
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#3
For me legendary is defined by songs/licks that never go away and that everyone knows. I dont agree with holy diver or any symphony x stuff - because i havent heard them and im sure quite alot of people havent either. Legendary is Smoke on the water. Regardless wether youra child or an old granny, everyone knows that riff (even if they dont know what song or band its from).
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#6
Highway to Hell is a real classic for me, as is Won't Get Fooled Again (The Who).
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#7
Rock Bottom by UFO.


Purely because I'm listening to it right now and I'm counting on the likelihood of no-one else mentioning it. The riff is pretty neat too mind... and there's also that solo. \m/
#8
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For me legendary is defined by songs/licks that never go away and that everyone knows. I dont agree with holy diver or any symphony x stuff - because i havent heard them and im sure quite alot of people havent either. Legendary is Smoke on the water. Regardless wether youra child or an old granny, everyone knows that riff (even if they dont know what song or band its from).


Actually Holy Diver is a pretty famous song, Dio and KSE both did it?
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#9
^ Yeah, but, KSE's version was way heavier, and better.
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#12
I've never heard Holy Diver either. I would have to say Sweet Home Chicago, Crossroads, Layla, Jessica, Satisfaction(and most other Stones songs), Wish You Were Here, Freebird, Black Dog, Boom Boom, Casey Jones, Spoonful, Walk This Way and i'll stop there haha way too many to list.
#13
You guys have never heard Holy Diver?
weak!

look it up (I prefer the KSE version)

Id say the classic for me would be the "For Whom The Bell Tolls" chorus
I knew the riff before I even knew what song it was from
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You guys have never heard Holy Diver?
weak!

look it up (I prefer the KSE version)

Id say the classic for me would be the "For Whom The Bell Tolls" chorus
I knew the riff before I even knew what song it was from



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#20
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Everyone knows smoke on the water!


It's amazing how long it took for someone to say that.


Also I'd say Black Dog is pretty legendary.
#21
master of puppets, even if you don't listen to metal you would recognise the main riff
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#23
Some of Vai's riffs are quite immense really, and Im not just talking about For the love of God. Like his lesser known stuff like "The Crying Machine", which has such a bloody catchy and good main riff. Also the orchestral piece "Shadows And..." from one of his latest albums is so cool.
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#28
Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne and Randy
Iron Man - Black Sabbath
Paranoid - Black Sabbath
Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Walk - Pantera
Master Of Puppets - Metallica
One - Metallica
#30
I'm proud to announce that, yes indeed, pretty much every song mentioned herein is, in fact, a legendary (or close to it) song.

What about Hotel California? Yes, we all hate it, and we all love it, and we all know that if you don't know that one (along with pretty much every other song mentioned), you're not worthy.


edit: holy crap, I almost forgot to mention the intro to "Under the Bridge"!!!
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#31
I know, at most, three or four of the songs mentioned here
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