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20 Classic Rock Songs You Can't Forget

The Jonas Brothers are cool, but don't forget about the classics!

20 Classic Rock Songs You Can't Forget

Today, there is a lot of eyes turned towards popstars and artists who are most often played on Top 50s radio stations. While I love to listen to Ariana Grande, the Jonas Brothers, and even rappers such as Drake and Post Malone, I also enjoy nothing more than listening to the classics that have influenced so much of today's music. Classic rock has fallen to the realm of dads, but we shuld remember the classics just as much as newer releases.

1. Hotel California - Eagles

2. Time - Pink Floyd

3. Paint It, Black - The Rolling Stones

4. Raining Blood - Slayer

5. Rock You Like A Hurricane - Scorpions

6. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple

7. Dream On - Aerosmith

8. Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream

9. Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden

10. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

11. Roundabout - Yes

12. Knocking On Heaven's Door - Guns N Roses

13. I Hate Myself For Loving You - Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

14. Should I Stay Or Should I Go - The Clash

15. Highway To Hell - AC/DC

16. Mississippi Queen - Mountain

17. All Day And All Of The Night - The Kinks

18. Iron Man - Black Sabbath

19. House Of The Rising Sun - The Animals

20. Enter Sandman - Metallica

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