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What was the number one rock song in 2011?

Top 100 Rock & Roll Songs in 2011

What was the number one rock song in 2011?

Top 100 Rock & Roll Songs in 2011

Rank Song
1 Rope Foo Fighters
2 Face To The Floor Chevelle
3 Lonely Boy The Black Keys
4 Country Song Seether

What was the number one rock song in 2010?

Top 100 Rock & Roll Songs in 2010

Rank Song Title
1 The Sex Is Good Saving Abel ► The Sex Is Good
2 Another Way to Die Disturbed ► Another Way to Die
3 Resistance Muse ► Resistance
4 Waiting for the End Linkin Park ► Waiting for the End

What was the biggest hit song in 2011?

SOMEONE LIKE YOU
Official Top 40 biggest selling singles of 2011

1 SOMEONE LIKE YOU ADELE
2 MOVES LIKE JAGGER MAROON 5 FEAT CHRISTINA AGUILERA
3 PARTY ROCK ANTHEM LMFAO/LAUREN BENNETT/GOONROCK
4 PRICE TAG JESSIE J FEAT BOB
5 WE FOUND LOVE RIHANNA FEAT CALVIN HARRIS

Will Rock come back in the 2020s?

One thing is for sure, rock is back to stay. Hugely popular bands like My Chemical Romance and Rage Against the Machine have announced their return to the scene. RATM is one of the biggest bands in the history of the genre, and it will surely make millions of people interested in this music once again.

What are Your Top 100 Rock Songs of all time?

Detroit Rock City – KISS 97. Rock You Like a Hurricane – Scorpions 98. The Show Must Go On – Queen 99. Working for the Weekend – Loverboy 100.

What are some songs that are only partially hard rock?

For songs which are only partially hard rock, only their hard rock parts are factored into their ranking. See Definition below list. 1. Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix Experience 2. Sunshine Of Your Love – Cream

What is hard rock music?

Hard rock is a genre of rock music with special emphasis on distorted electric guitars. It is often described as “aggressive”, “heavy” and “anthemic”. Its harmonic structure is usually based on power chords played over a blues scale. Hard rock originated in late 1966 with the first recordings by The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream.

Is ‘the song of the year’ the song of 2011?

The megahit so dominated 2011 that calling it the Song of the Year is putting it mildly. And we’re not just talking commercially — though it was the year’s best-selling track — or critically, mostly because focusing on those details fails to tell the whole story.