Anastasia Labrou

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Red- A freaking great band. But I think there a little underrated. They don't get enough credit. They're just awesome!

The band RED. Anthony Armstrong( lead guitar), Joe Rickard(drums), Randy Armstrong(bass,back-up vocals), Michael Barnes(lead vocals).

The Clash - London Calling. The only band that matters.

18 The Clash London Calling The best record to come out of punk. In this double album, The Clash fused their rockabilly roots with their love of reggae,This was the album that legitimised punk into the rock canon. Its iconic cover, and songs abou

Hinder - Lips of an Angel Guitar Chords, Tabs, Lyrics, Song Facts & Song Meaning

An awesome black and white band portrait poster of Luke Pritchard and The Kooks! Ships fast. 11x17 inches. Check out the rest of our sweet selection of The Kooks posters! Need Poster Mounts..?

An awesome black and white band portrait poster of Luke Pritchard and The Kooks! Check out the rest of our sweet selection of The Kooks posters! Need Poster Mounts.

Iron Maiden - As one of the best and most famous metal bands of all times Iron Maiden had a great career of brilliant music and sone lineup changes which didn't stop them to stay relevant for most of their run in the music industry.

IRON MAIDEN - As one of the best and most famous metal bands of all times Iron Maiden had a great career of brilliant music and sone lineup changes which didn't stop them to stay relevant for most of their run in the music industry.

"Sweet Home Alabama" is a song by Southern rock band 'Lynyrd Skynyrd' that first appeared in 1974 on their second album, 'Second Helping'. "Sweet Home Alabama" was written as an answer to two songs, "Southern Man" and "Alabama" by Neil Young, which dealt with themes of racism and slavery in the American South.

"Sweet Home Alabama" is a song by Southern rock band 'Lynyrd Skynyrd' that first appeared in 1974 on their second album, 'Second Helping'. "Sweet Home Alabama" was written as an answer to two songs, "Southern Man" and "Alabama" by Neil Young, which dealt

The Beatles - Rolling Stone Special Edition

The Beatles - Rolling Stone Special Edition