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Giants of Rock was an annual hard rock and heavy metal festival in Hämeenlinna, Finland. It was held from 1987 to 1992 at Ahvenisto Race Circuit. The 1992 festival caused financial losses for organizers due to cancellations of some headlining acts. The last festival was arranged in 1994 as Power of Rock. In 1988 Motörhead recorded their performance. It was later released as the band's second live album Nö Sleep at All.
This is an incomplete list of the highest-grossing concert tours. Some of the gross may be higher than reported on this list because not all concerts are reported. Billboard and Pollstar regularly provide the official figure of concerts' gross revenue worldwide. Tours that span multiple decades are included in the decade that they concluded.
A list of the greatest rock bands of the past century. Without question the greatest rock band of the 20th century, They stole our hearts with songs like "' Twist & Shout", "Love Me Do", " I Want to Hold Your Hand", "Please Please Me" & "A Hard Day's Night " and blow up our minds with songs like "Helter Skelter", "Yellow Submarine", "Strawberry Fields Forever" & "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" and make us cry with. 1 in the UK Singles Charts, with a record of 7 seven times Grammy Award Winners(most wins That any other rock band in History) and 15 Ivor Novello Awards, won the. The Beatles are number 1. Lots of great bands, but seriously?
July 25, 2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the Jock Jams music compilation series. For the uninitiated (or those born after 1995) the premise behind Jock Jams sounds at best pretty silly and, at worst, nonsensical. From 1995-1999, ESPN and dance label Tommy Boy Records collaborated on a series of compilation albums called Jock Jams, featuring the biggest sports anthems from the 80s and 90s. Aside from a ton of airtime for cheerleader-laden, seizure-inducing commercials and its logo plastered on the covers of these compilations, ESPN's other main contribution was featuring on-air talent saying their trademark catch-phrases on the opening tracks of the albums. At a time in hip-hop history more commonly revered for turning out some of the greatest work from Notorious . 2pac and Dr. Dre, Coolio and his monster 1995 album Gangta's Paradise was topping the charts and winning Grammys.
Since then rock has taken a fascinating journey through numerous different styles and arguably given us what are some of the greatest albums, across any genre. As usual, we’d love to hear from you as to what you think should be on the list. Just remember, this list of the greatest rock albums of all time is not just our opinion, but a genuine attempt to gather together all the data from every list we could find. 100. Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway 99. Lou Reed – Transformer 98.
|A1||–Major Lance||Monkey Time|
|A2||–Hank Ballard||Finger Poppin' Time|
|A5||–Bob & Earl||Harlem Shuffle|
|A6||–Jackie Lee||Do The Temptation Walk|
|A7||–The Du Tones*||Shake A Tail Feather|
|A8||–The Olympics||The Bounce|
|A9||–Joey Dee||Peppermint Twist|
|A10||–Little Richard||Slippin' And Slidin'|
|B1||–Mel & Tim||Backfield In Motion|
|B2||–The Olympics||Hully Gully|
|B3||–Little Eva||The Loco-Motion|
|B4||–Lee Dorsey||Ride Your Pony|
|B5||–Jackie Lee||The Duck|
|B6||–Lloyd Price||Stagger Lee (Slop)|
|B7||–The Larks||The Jerk|
|B9||–The Olympics||Baby Do The Philly Dog|
|B10||–Bobby Freeman||The Swim|
NotesSong titles are as they appear on the back of jacket, preserving small inaccuracies. ("Monkey Time" instead of "The Monkey Time," "Watusi" instead of "El Watusi," etc.)
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