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View Poll Results: The Most Influential Rock Artist
The Rolling Stones 10 3.36%
The Beatles 140 46.98%
The Who 10 3.36%
Led Zeppelin 27 9.06%
The Kinks 4 1.34%
Bob Dylan 40 13.42%
Jim Hendrix 33 11.07%
The Velvet Underground 34 11.41%
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Old 12-21-2014, 04:55 PM   #591 (permalink)
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Old 02-13-2015, 10:55 AM   #592 (permalink)
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I think The Beatles remain kind of undisputed as the most significant rock band in history.
But I think Led Zeppelin has had a more prominent influence stylistically on rock music and metal as a whole.

Those riffy tentacles seem to seap into almost every sub-genre in one way or another. Obviously there were other bands riding the same wave back then but I'm having a hard time thinking of anyone that pushed the boundaries of that style further than Zeppelin, they demonstrated so much range across each album. The more ground you cover, the more musicians you influence.
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There's 3 reason why the Rolling Stones are better. I'm going to list them here. 1. Jimi Hendrix from Rolling Stones was a better guitarist then Jimmy Page 2. The bassist from Rolling Stones isn't dead 3. Rolling Stobes wrote Stairway to Heaven and The Ocean so we all know they are superior here.
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Old 02-13-2015, 11:52 AM   #593 (permalink)
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I think The Beatles remain kind of undisputed as the most significant rock band in history.
But I think Led Zeppelin has had a more prominent influence stylistically on rock music and metal as a whole.

Those riffy tentacles seem to seap into almost every sub-genre in one way or another. Obviously there were other bands riding the same wave back then but I'm having a hard time thinking of anyone that pushed the boundaries of that style further than Zeppelin, they demonstrated so much range across each album. The more ground you cover, the more musicians you influence.
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Old 02-13-2015, 11:54 AM   #594 (permalink)
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There's 3 reason why the Rolling Stones are better. I'm going to list them here. 1. Jimi Hendrix from Rolling Stones was a better guitarist then Jimmy Page 2. The bassist from Rolling Stones isn't dead 3. Rolling Stobes wrote Stairway to Heaven and The Ocean so we all know they are superior here.
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Old 02-13-2015, 11:57 AM   #595 (permalink)
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Old 04-05-2015, 05:49 PM   #596 (permalink)
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Led Zeppelin hands down.

Hard Rock?


Soft Rock?


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Grunge? (light verse heavy chorus)


90's alt rock? (Janes Addiction anyone?)
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I think The Beatles remain kind of undisputed as the most significant rock band in history.
But I think Led Zeppelin has had a more prominent influence stylistically on rock music and metal as a whole.

Those riffy tentacles seem to seap into almost every sub-genre in one way or another. Obviously there were other bands riding the same wave back then but I'm having a hard time thinking of anyone that pushed the boundaries of that style further than Zeppelin, they demonstrated so much range across each album. The more ground you cover, the more musicians you influence.
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