Site lista os 50 melhores riffs de guitarra de todos os tempos


31 de outubro de 2012 | 12h00

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Sem apontar o melhor e com uma lista em ordem alfabética, o site New Music Express listou os 50 melhores riffs de guitarra de todos os tempos. AC/DC, Nirvana, Franz Ferdinand, Pearl Jam e Rolling Stones aparecen. Veja se o riff da sua banda favorita ficou de fora.

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Confira lista completa:

AC/DC – Back In Black
Arctic Monkeys – Brianstorm
Chuck Berry – Johnny B Goode
The Black Keys – Lonely Boy
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Spread Your Love
Black Sabbath – Paranoid
Bloc Party – Banquet
Blur – Song 2
David Bowie – Rebel, Rebel
Chic – Le Freak
Cream – Sunshine Of Your Love
The Cribs – Men’s Needs
Deep Purple – Smoke On The Water
Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
Hole – Celebrity Skin
The Isley Brothers – That Lady (Part 1 & 2)
Michael Jackson – Beat It
Kings Of Leon – The Bucket
The Kinks – You Really Got Me
Manic Street Preachers – Motorcycle Emptiness
Marion – Let’s All Go Together
Muse – Supermassive Black Hole
New Order – Ceremony
Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
Pearl Jam – Alive
Tom Petty – Free Fallin
Pixies – Where Is My Mind?
Primal Scream – Jailbird
Prince – Alphabet Street
Prodigy – Firestarter
Queens Of The Stone Age – No One Knows
Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name
The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Sex Pistols – Pretty Vacant
Smashing Pumpkins – Today
The Smiths – What Difference Does It Make?
Sonic Youth – Teen Age Riot
The Stone Roses – Love Spreads
The Stooges – I Wanna Be Your Dog
The Strokes – You Only Live Once
Suede – Animal Nitrate
T. Rex – Get It On
Television – Marquee Moon
U2 – Where The Streets Have No Name
The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army
The Who – I Can’t Explain
Wire – Three Girl Rhumba
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Bang
Neil Young – Cinnamon Girl




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