One of the greatest and most influential rock'n'roll
bands of all time. They formed in Britain
in 1962, naming their band after a Muddy Waters
song. They are inspired by American blues
and rock'n'roll acts including Elvis Presley
, Chuck Berry
(they REALLY love Chuck!), Bo Diddley
and much, much more. They are practically the world's first hard rock
band. They have experimented with other styles in their career, like soul
, psychedelic rock
, country rock
and more, but have always maintained that classic "Stonesy
" hard rock sound. They have greatly influenced many rockers around the globe like Bruce Springsteen
, John Mellencamp
and countless others, and their hard rock and "bad boy"/rebellious
A magazine that started off being cool, in the 60s, and is now a bi-weekly trove of bullshit extolling rap "music" as the next frontier in art.
I cancled my subscription to Rolling Stone after they compared Eminem to Elvis.
A "magazine" of advertisements, with the occasional article of value. A great example of corporate America using the entertainment industry as puppets to try and peddle their bullshit wares.
"Fuck Rolling Stone magazine."
A cool rock band from the '60s. Their music kind of went downhill in the mid-seventies, but they're still a great live band. Check 'em out if you can.
The Rolling Stones are good, but the Beatles are better.
A biweekly collection of glossy advertisements that sells for $3.95.
Rolling Stone exists to market products.
One of the worst magazines I've seen yet. Laughable content includes "Top 100 Guitarists ever" or, even worst, "Top 100 bands ever". Rather than base it on skill/performance/ect, Rolling Stone thought it would be much better to simply list every popular band from the 70s and earlier.
Rolling Stone editor> top 100 bands ever... ok ummm... the beatles... umm... the beatles... uhhhh... oh, and like, that band that did the song "stairway to heaven" or something. guys I don't know any other bands
Rolling Stone editor 2> dude, just put the beatles down
Them and Led Zeppelin are the greatest bands ever.
The Beatles started the revolution, the Stones and Led took it and ran away with it