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Best song trifecta - one group

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Stretch15, Jul 25, 2006.

  1. zeke12

    zeke12 Guest

    Memory Remains
    The Gang's All Here
    For Boston
  2. Cosmo

    Cosmo Well-Known Member

    Jesus, etc.
    Via Chicago

    A Drunken Punchup at a Wedding
    Fake Plastic Trees

    Rush (just for hoops)
    Analog Kid
    Red Sector A
    La Villa Strangiato

    Saigon Kick
    Uh, wait ...
  3. viamsp

    viamsp Member

    Disturbance at the Heron House

    or from the Warner era
    Find the River
    At My Most Beautiful
    She Just Wants To Be

    I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
    Sunday Bloody Sunday

    Marah, live
    Reservation Girl
    Sooner or Later
    Barstool Boys

    The Replacements
    Alex Chilton
    Left of the Dial
    Can't Hadly Wait

    The Jayhawks
    Better Days
    Waiting for the Sun
    Dying on the Vine
  4. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    It took 59 replies, but there is intelligent life on this planet.
  5. Mizzougrad96

    Mizzougrad96 Active Member

    Led Zeppelin - Over the Hills and Far Away; Hey, Hey What Can I Do; Dazed and Confused

    Guns N Roses - Rocket Queen, Paradise City and Welcome to the Jungle

    Rush - Subdivisions, Freewill and YYZ

    Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar on Me, Photograph, Lady Strange

    Metallica - One, Welcome Home (Sanitarium) and Fade to Black

    Pearl Jam - Alive, Black and Rearviewmirror
  6. The Band

    1) Don't Do It (Rock of Ages)
    2) Share Your Love
    3) Chest Fever (Rock of Ages)

    The Who
    1) I Can See For Miles
    2) Summertime Blues (Live at Leeds)
    3) We're Not Gonna Take It (Isle of Wight).

    The Master:
    1) Blind Willie McTell
    2) One Of Us Must Know (Sooner or Later)
    3) Visions of Johanna.

    1) Killing Floor (Radio One)
    2) All Along The Watchtower
    3) Driftin'

    1) I Can't Turn You Loose (Live At The Whiskey)
    2) Try A Little Tenderness
    3) Shake (Monterey)

    Random Schlock
    1) Too Late To Turn Back Now (Cornelius Bros. And Sister Rose).
    2) Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) -- Looking Glass
    and, in conclusion, of course,
    3) "She talks kinda lazy/and people say she's crazy..."
  7. Mizzougrad96

    Mizzougrad96 Active Member

    Warrant - Down Boys, I Saw Red, Cherry Pie...

    L.A. Guns - Ballad of Jayne, Electric Gypsy, Sex Action...

    Cinderella - Shake Me, Coming Home, Nobody's Fool...

  8. Platyrhynchos

    Platyrhynchos Active Member


    1. Song For America
    2. Incommudro — Hymn to the Atman
    3. Bringing It Back From Mexico
  9. X-Hack

    X-Hack Well-Known Member

    3 from each of my most indispensable artists:

    The Who:
    1. Naked Eye
    2. Dr. Jimmy
    3. Won't Get Fooled Again (version from Kids Are Alright)

    Rolling Stones:
    1. Moonlight Mile
    2. Sister Morphine
    3. Monkey Man

    Guns 'n Roses:
    1. Sweet Child O' Mine
    2. Estranged
    3. Paradise City

    Pearl Jam:
    1. Release
    2. Porch
    3. Alive

    Johnny Cash:
    1. If I Were A Carpenter (with June)
    2. Give My Love To Rose (from Folsom/San Q)
    3. The Night Hank Williams Came To Town

    Led Zeppelin
    1. Tangerine
    2. Kashmir
    3. Gallows Pole

    The Clash:
    1. Death or Glory
    2. Rudie Can't Fail
    3. Straight to Hell

    1. Running To Stand Still
    2. Bad (Live Aid 1985)
    3. The Electric Co. (from Under a Blood Red Sky)

    1. Jungle Land
    2. Tunnel of Love
    3. Born to Run

    1. The Camera Eye
    2. Subdivisions
    3. Distant Early Warning

    Iron Maiden:
    1. Rime of the Ancient Mariner
    2. Number of the Beast
    3. Heaven Can Wait

    1. Fake Plastic Trees
    2. Sulk
    3. Creep

    Robbie Robertson:
    1. Shake This Town
    2. Night Parade
    3. Hell's Half Acre

    Lynyrd Skynyrd:
    1. Tuesday's Gone
    2. Comin' Home
    3. Four Walls of Raiford
  10. BostonCeltz

    BostonCeltz Guest

    Third Eye Blind (just got their latest hits CD 8)):
    -How's It Gonna Be
    -Semi Charmed Life

    The Beatles
    -I Saw Her Standing There

    Green Day
    -Good Riddance
    -Jesus Of Suburbia

    -Somebody to Love
    -Bohemian Rhapsody
    -We Are The Champions

    -In The Garage
    -Keep Fishin'
    -Death And Destruction
  11. Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell

    Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell Active Member

    The Who
    1. Pictures of Lily
    2. So Sad About Us
    3. A Quick One While He's Away (from Rock n' Roll Circus)

    1. She's A Jar
    2. Ashes of American Flags
    3. Jesus etc.

    1. Alex Chilton
    2. Left of the Dial
    3. Skyway

    1. The Universal
    2. Charmless Man
    3. 1992

    Bob Dylan
    1. Visions of Johanna
    2. Ballad of a Thin Man (the Live 1966 version)
    3. Absolutely Sweet Marie

    Led Zeppelin
    1. Communication Breakdown
    2. Immigrant Song
    3. Over the Hills and Far Away

    The Clash
    1. Janie Jones
    2. White Man in Hammersmith Palais
    3. Guns of Brixton

    Rolling Stones
    1. Dead Flowers
    2. She's a Rainbow
    3. Rocks Off

    1. Exit Music (From a Film)
    2. Just
    3. No Surprises

    The Byrds
    1. Feel a Whole Lot Better
    2. Eight Miles High
    3. Chesnut Mare
  12. dooley_womack1

    dooley_womack1 Well-Known Member

    How can Blister in the Sun not be one of the Femmes' top nine songs ??? Because it actually had mainstream play?
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