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Definition funny of Hardrock:
Hard Rock established itself in the 1970's when bands like Led Zeppelin for example got away from the more acid rock bands like Jimi Hendrix, Cream, Iron Butterfly who were more psychedelic and less blues. It was Led Zeppelin who set the prototypical hard rock sound that would be imitated from the 1970's to the present. Hard Rock is also much more commerical friendly than Heavy Metal.
Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Queen, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Blue Oyster Cult, Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd, Heart, Deep Purple, Mountain, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots.
Hard Rock is just classic rock that's often a little too hard and rocking for the ladies who prefer more mellow stuff which is cool.Classic rock includes any rock from the 60's and 70's such as psychedelic rock,acid rock,hard rock,progressive rock,progressive hard rock and maybe some metal before it became such a trendy fad and before Mtv fagged it up beyond repair and the underground dicks didn't help either with the possible exception of "some" thrash metal.Classic rock was more blues influenced and soulful than today's metal which is too stiff and stupid and dark and goth and evil to be enjoyable. Let's do this right with no faggy hair metal or grunge tards... Led Zeppelin Rush (started out as hard rock and hard progressive rock) Ted Nugent Aerosmith AC/DC Nazareth Heart BTO (listen to songs like "Not Fragile" and "Welcome Home") BOC Thin Lizzy UFO Scorpions (old stuff before the dark times,before metal) Cream Black Sabbath Alice Cooper Queen (if you don't think so it's because you haven't listened closely enough) Deep Purple Ozzy with Randy Jimi Van Halen (the original Van Halen only) Pat Travers April Wine Triumph Hard Rock is very closely associated with rock,classic rock,progressive rock and progressive hard rock,as well as with psychedelic or "acid" rock and "Southern Rock" as well. If your girlfriend likes it then it might be rock or classic rock or pop rock or maybe Southern Rock.But if your girlfriend says "can we listen to something else?" then it's probably too hard for her ears,too long,too progressive and has too many solos for her.Hence, "Hard Rock." All rock is good as long as we're talking about classic rock which really is what all of this is.Classic being pre-Mtv rock and hard rock and southern rock and prog rock and prog hard rock and acid rock or psychedelic rock,but not really metal except for maybe barely a litle bit.Bands that were rock or hard rock or metal before Mtv could still pass as classic rock.If I had to list all classic rock bands then I would be here for fucking ever.
Hard Rock was meant to be played loud without shame or embarassment.Something that just doesn't hold true to most of today's rock and metal.Hard Rock played loud sounded good and was a true test of the quality of a good stereo.Back then stereo had equalizers unlike today's piece of shit stereos which are almost always devoid of a good EQ and usually come with a stupid fucking "bass boost" button.
a stone or pebble which is particularly solid.
Granite is a hard rock.
Aerosmith, AC/DC, Def Leppeard.
Songs about Hardrock:
Hardrock Comes Easy (Re-Recorded) by Easy from the Album Hardrock Comes Easy
Brooklyn Hardrock (PT1) Feat Unique London [Explicit] by Thirstin Howl The 3rd from the Album Skillionaire [Explicit]
Disco Circus (Hardrock Stricker 'Acid Circus' Punkin' Out Disco Mix) by Martin Circus from the Album Kick Out the 12's
Hardrock, Coco & Joe by Stormy Weather from the Album Doo Wop Yule Pop
Hardrock by Herbie Hancock from the Album Sound System
A Cruel Angel's Thesis Hardrock Version (Feat. Civa) by NAKANO IROHA from the Album "A Cruel Angel's Thesis" Cover Album
Scootin' On Hardrock by The University Of North Texas Symphonic Band from the Album The Symphonic Wind Music of David R. Holsinger, Vol. 8
Books about Hardrock:
Hardrock Fever: Running 100 Miles Through Colorado's San Juan Mountains by Robert B Boeder (2000)
Hardrock Stiff (A Kurt Muller Mystery Book 2) by Thomas Zigal (Nov 8, 2011)
Hard-rock Epic: Western Miners and the Industrial Revolution, 1860-1910 by Mark Wyman (Aug 30, 1979)
The making of a hardrock miner: An account of the experiences of a worker in copper, molybdenum, and uranium mines... by Stephen M Voynick (1978)
GOLD! A Gringo's Guide; How to: Find Gold Prospect For Gold Dredging & Hardrock Panning & Metal Detecting Investing... by Jack Livingston (Nov 18, 2011)
Hard-Rock Miners: The InterMountain West, 1860-1920 by Ronald C. Brown (Jun 1, 2000)
Hardrock Man - Whispers from the Cripple Creek District Underground by Sylece Andromeda (Apr 2, 2012)
Movies about Hardrock:
Hardrock 2009 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 19 mins Starring: Tom Arlotta, Chyna Layne, et al. Directed by: Jon Stu
U.F.O. - Rockpalast: Hardrock Legends Vol.1 2012 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Starring: U.F.O. Directed by: .
Hardrock 2007 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 19 mins Starring: Michael Wright and Raekwon
Hardrock, Coco , Joe, Suzy Snowflake, Frosty the Snowman, Peter Cottontail DVD 2007 G - Runtime: 12 mins Starring: Coco , Joe Hardrock
Holiday Animated Classics: Hardrock, Coco & Joe / Suzy Snowflake -
Hard-Rock Anthology -
Chicago's Holiday Favorites: Hardrock, Coco & Joe; Suzy Snowflake; & Frosty the Snowman -
Wiki information Hardrock:
Sidney Louie Gunter Jr., known as Hardrock Gunter, was a singer, songwriter and guitarist whose music at the turn of the 1950s prefigured rock and roll and rockabilly music.
The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run is an ultramarathon 100.5 miles in length, with 33,000 feet of climb at an average elevation of over 11,000 feet. The race is held on a loop course on 4WD roads, dirt trails, and cross country in Southern...