GUNS N' ROSES, LED ZEPPELIN Classics Among Greatest Guitar Tracks Of All Time

According to Thunder Bay's Source, GUNS N' ROSES, LED ZEPPELIN and NIRVANA were all included in the Top Ten of the British magazine Q's "100 Greatest Guitar Tracks Ever." The list was voted on by the magazine's editors and managed to cover every era and decade of rock and roll's 50-year-history.

Q magazine's To 10 Greatest Guitar Tracks Ever:

01. JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE – "Purple Haze" (1967)
02. THE ROLLING STONES – "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (1968)
03. LED ZEPPELIN – "Whole Lotta Love" (1969)
04. NIRVANA – "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (1991)
05. THE BEATLES – "Helter Skelter" (1968)
06. GUNS N' ROSES – "Sweet Child O'Mine" (1987)
07. THE WHO – "Won't Get Fooled Again" (1971)
08. THE WHITE STRIPES – "Seven Army Nation" (2003)
09. THE KINKS – "You Really Got Me" (1964)
10. STONE ROSES – "I Am The Resurrection"


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