A brief history of rock and roll in 100 riffs in a single take

10 responses to “A brief history of rock and roll in 100 riffs in a single take”

  1. Jake says:

    So glad that The Shins, Modest Mouse, and The Black Keys made it in there. It’s about time someone recognizes the talent in indie music.

  2. trevorh says:

    awesome. i noticed the farther the little circle went on that red bar more power chords appeared. weird

  3. Tim Farrell says:

    I need to be “that guy” too: “Fortunate Son” not Sun. Also, would have liked to see a Stevie Wonder lick in there. Some of is are timeless classics.

  4. Dopey says:

    I came at 30-34, but I finished it anyway.

  5. trevorh says:

    fo sho

  6. Essie says:

    St. Vincent is a girl, too.

  7. Daniel says:

    Nice, but no Elvis? And women rockers could have been better represented. I think I recall Heart and Fleetwood Mac (Stevie Nix), but that was about it.

  8. Nate says:

    Since somebody needs to be “that guy,” it’s Mastodon not MastAdon.But, he nailed it.

  9. joshua says:

    that was cool.

  10. Bottlesniper says:

    S I C K, I love it.

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