#2
A lot of that swing stuff from the 50's sounds really sinister if you over analyze it with mainstream culture.

And yes, surprisingly amazing guitar solo for the time O.o
The Pit. The Movie.
#3
when teenagers heard it in the theaters they tore out the seats. don't you know rock is the devil's work?
#6
Am I the only one that really dislikes his tone? I also dont see the sinister side of the song
I'll be your number one with a bullet.
#7
apparantly one of the first rock songs ever. he pwns a lot of bands out today in a way
#11
i don't udnerstand why people think that that is incredible guitar playing for its time. there were incredible guitarists back then. it's just they weren't in the mainstream like in the 70's and 80's.
#12
Quote by gryphonguy
Am I the only one that really dislikes his tone? I also dont see the sinister side of the song


Yeah, he should have shelled over the extra cash for a Marshall.
"Perception of Balance " - My album.

"Run away from the ending road, the desolate cold, and the broken home."
#14
Quote by jaco_pasto
This guy pwns. This reminds me of happy days


*facepalm*
Quote by ShaunDiel
Listen to this man. His 2 ideas in five minutes have shat all over your serious ideas.