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Gibson Guitar's Top Riffs of the 80's

10. Rush, “Limelight” off Moving Pictures

9. Guns N’ Roses, “Sweet Child o’ Mine” off Appetite for Destruction

8. The Clash, “Should I Stay or Should I Go” from Combat Rock

7. Michael Jackson (featuring Steve Lukather), “Beat It” off Thriller

6. Judas Priest, “Breaking the Law” from British Steel

5. Def Leppard, “Photograph” off Pyromania

4. Scorpions, “Rock You Like a Hurricane” off Love at First Sting

3. Ozzy Osbourne (featuring Randy Rhoads), “Crazy Train” from Blizzard of Oz

2. The Rolling Stones, “Start Me Up” off Tattoo You

1. AC/DC, “Back in Black” Title track to Back in Black

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11/16/2010 3:33PM
Gibson Guitar's Top Riffs of the 80's
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11/16/2010 6:07PM
Brady
Rush, HANDS DOWN are a great band full of progressive sound,which I like, and their classic. Guns N Roses have no musical talent ever since Most of them left, except their drummer, The Clash, their part of the punk scene, Michael Jackson, is ok, only because he had slash, and Eddie Van Halen in his songs, and collaborated with Sir Paul McCartney, Judas Priest.... NAH. Def Leppard is an ok band, Im glad their drummer didnt stop. The Scorpions are great!! The Rolling Stones are one hell of a band, but their best stuff is in the 60s and 70s, And I hate Ac/Dc. (IM TALKING ABOUT THE SONGS)
11/17/2010 3:12PM
daniel
Really? Michael jackson? What is this world coming to?
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