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Its powerful, dominating guitar licks are reminiscent of tunes by hard rockers like AC/DC and Metallica.
You won’t be able to help but let out your inner rocker as you listen to this track.
This classic 50′s doo-wop ballad has it all, from the prominent bass line to the scratchy recording style.
As if it’s title doesn’t give it away, this track pays homage to a rock n roll icon – The Rolling Stones.
Their unique sound has endured the test of time, and this song echoes their memorable guitar licks.
It’s over three minutes of shredding, whining, and general tearing up of the rock ‘n’ roll genre.
There’s not much more to it than a solo guitar and some heavy backing chords, but what more does it need?
It’s guitar melody is simple and subdued, but this track captures all the emotions of that first time we were lovestruck.
So look back on those days and smile as you listen to this song.
Its lightning-fast guitar riffs and hard drumming may cause some head banging, but it’s also easy to listen to as a driving and engaging piece of music.
This hard rock piece is a tough riff to ignore. Its constant, screeching guitar solo is enough to make your average Sunday school teacher start bobbing their head in approval while its no-frills bass line is like a walk in the park.
It may be nothing more than a few blues scales played appropriately, but “Heat on the Road” is still an excellent song in terms of pace, rhythm, and tone — the trifecta.
It’s winter at Free Stock Music headquarters, but that’s not stopping us from jammin’ to “Summer” — a Southern rock jam that pays homage to blues legends like The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and ZZ Top.
Like the season of its namesake, “Summer” is short, but exciting with its slide guitars, hard riffs, and progressive drum beat.
“There and Back” is a riff-driven late-80′s era rock ‘n roll track that sounds like it could be taken from the b-sides of a Dire Straits album or the soundtrack of a Top Gun sequel.
But the great thing about this song is that it doesn’t sound too dated — it isn’t campy or silly. It just pays homage to the screeching guitar tracks that were popular in the time of leg warmers and shoulder pads.
In fact, this song features what most stock music pieces don’t: musical progression. Instead of repeating the same riff over and over, “Absolute Rush” takes time to develop a melody, move it forward, and then expand on it up until the final note.
Thin Lizzy might be one of the most underrated rock bands of all time.
The Irish rock band is responsible for songs like “Whiskey in a Jar,” “Jailbreak,” and “The Boys are Back in Town” — of which this free song is undoubtedly based on.
And like Thin Lizzy’s original single, “Out with the Boys” is chock full of driving guitar riffs and solos. In the background is a solid bass groove, a hammering drum beat, and a freewheeling sense of fun and optimism.
It may not have the distinctive vocals of Thin Lizzy frontman “Phil Lynott,” but “Out with the Boys” is a great song nonetheless.
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