Rock to Bach Test 4

Rock to Bach Test 4 - Rock to Bach Test 4*a lot of this...

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Rock to Bach Test 4 *a lot of this test from book Heavy Metal 1989  Rolling Stone Magazine   -Heavy metal was the most important rock movement in the 1980s The legacy from San Francisco   -Guitar as the main instrument of the ensemble   -Freer/rougher sound to the singing voice   -Cavalier attitude to the use of drugs   -Volume levels at live concerts reached new highs   -New experiments with technology to create “freaky” sounds (the drug experience) An exaggeration of the hard rock style of the mainstream   -Hard rock loud, heavy metal louder   -Hard rock simple repetitive, heavy metal simpler and more repetitive   -Hard rock singers shouted, heavy metal singers screamed   -Hard rock experimented with distortion, heavy metal distorted everything   -Hard rock countercultural, heavy metal anti-cultural 1970s (Initiators)   -Led Zeppelin   -Alice Cooper   -Iron Butterfly   -KISS   -Black Sabbath (& Ozzy Osborne ) 1980s (Developers)   -Guns N’ Roses   -Van Halen   -Metallica   -Motley Crue   -Quiet Riot More Recent   -Korn   -Rage Against the Machine   -Limp Bizkit   -Papa Roach   -Nickelback Led Zeppelin   -Led the heavy metal charge in the 1970s (the British style)
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  -Broke all Beatles records for concert attendance and gate receipts   -Derivation of the name -Prediction by members of The Who that they would go over like a lead balloon   -Communication Breakdown Babe I’m Gonna Leave You Stairway to Heaven   -The Players -Jimmy Page- lead guitar -John Paul Jones- bass guitar -John “Bonzo” Bonham- drummer
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