The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again, U2 - Where the Streets Have No Name, Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
> Does the first 49 minutes of Crazy Diamond count as an intro?
Only the first 48.
And without that 49th minute, it's nothing.
My band is doing an awesome cover of the Metallica cover. Was on the radio today, and they bit where it goes "Whiskey in the Jar-ooooh", the plasterer we had in sang "Whiskey in the jar-bone". I didn't correct him, he had a tool in his hands (not mine).
> Plug in Baby- Muse
I've decided that the intro to Uno is better, especially when played really loud! The first bit is great!
Others that are great:
Hot Hot Heat - Talk to Me, Dance With Me
Reef - Put Your Hands On (I'm a student, I've gotta love it!)
> lostprophets to hell we ride
That's like... Hardly even an intro... And not that good either.
The Smiths - This Charming Man
> > It's not called compulsion, it's called liking metal. Ironically
> enough, three of the songs I've mentioned are hard rock, and one is
> progressive rock. I love the way people jump to conclusions
> sometimes, as it often proves them wrong.
Aerosmith - Sweet Emotion
Bill Withers - Who is He?
Corrosion of Conformity - Vote with a Bullet
Run DMC/Aerosmith - Walk This Way
Guns n Roses - Paradise City
Deelite - Groove is in The Heart