“Rip It Up,” Little Richard
The original rock n roll animal. Doesn't get any cooler.
“Baby’s On Fire,” Brian Eno
Eno is my favorite. Heaviest solo ever by Robert Fripp.
“Fairies Wear Boots,” Black Sabbath
None heavier, or better at heavy.
This started my rock n roll life. The first song my brother Jack taught me on guitar.
“The Witch,” The Sonics
Garage rock at its finest. One of rock n roll’s greatest voices.
“Girls Got Rhythm,” AC/DC
Best rhythm guitarist in rock n roll. Starts a night off right.
“Sha La La,” Al Green
Sexiest Memphis pastor alive. Sounds as fresh today as when it was released.
“Red Hot Momma,” Funkadelic
Funk at its finest. Eddie Hazel's searing solo seals the deal.
“Give Up The Funk,” Parliament
Starts the night off right. George Clinton is the national treasure!
“Love Is The Drug,” Roxy Music
Dance floor love affair. The story of a million 70's nights.
“More Bounce To The Ounce,” Zapp
Ass shaker supreme. A fuck song if there ever was one.
“Rosalyn,” The Pretty Things
So good Bowie covered it. These dangerous rockers nailed a flat-out love plea.
“Rebel Rebel,” David Bowie
A song every rocker can relate to. We're all rebels!
“Erotic City,” Prince
Wanna fuck on the dance floor? Or anywhere? Put this on.
“Public Image,” Public Image Ltd.
Best 2:58 you'll ever hear. Perfect pop song with heavy edge.
“Beat On The Brat,” The Ramones
Ramones, Ramones, Ramones, NYC!!!
“New Rose,” The Damned
First punk single. Still the greatest.
“Parachute Woman,” The Rolling Stones
Channeling America and giving it dirty ass roots.
“(I’m Your) Hootchie Cootchie Man,” Muddy Waters
Tellin’ it like it is. Muddy is indeed the hootchie cootchie man.
“Get Ur Freak On,” Missy Elliott
Dance floor gold. Gets you going every time.