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  1. Nalkis says:
    Ambrosia were one of a number of bands that successfully combined Art Rock tastes with Pop aspirations to come up with a handful of FM hits. Veering closer to soft rock territory than such contemporaries as Supertramp and ELO, Ambrosia had more in common with Firefall and Pablo Cruise, minus the Country Rock touches.
  2. Mikataxe says:
    In , the Damned released the first U.K. Punk single, their still-classic "New Rose," which set the pace for their highly volatile, stomping, three-chord sound. Their early songs were rooted in.
  3. Dotaxe says:
    Nov 21,  · Provided to YouTube by ONErpm P Is for Pleasure · Harmony Fault · Calebe Hilgert · Guilherme Freiberger · Eduardo Mulinari Savage Horror Dementia ℗ .
  4. Malarisar says:
    Their early songs were rooted in catchy, fist-raising Pub Rock, a sound they quickly developed into songs that were edgy, loud and sneering, while at the same time still wrapped in stupid fun. Right as Punk was at its peak in the late s, the Damned fell apart, with various members quitting and .
  5. Tedal says:
    See all the albums from Player available on Napster.
  6. Gamuro says:
    The Doobie Brothers' Soul-infused Boogie Rock dominated the airwaves throughout the s, and even today such songs as "China Grove" and "Black Water" enjoy round-the-clock rotation on both Oldies and Classic Rock stations.
  7. Tygogul says:
    The last year of Schubert's all too brief life was very productive and saw the creation of several of his finest works. Among these were the F minor fantasy for piano duet, a number of songs including the noteworthy "Serenade", the last three piano sonatas, these being the C minor, A, and B flat works, and the final version of the towering Great C Major symphony.

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