That moment when the drums first kick in remains one of the most thrilling in the history of music. Let's Get Movin' Lauren Meyer — Shaking to the side, hoping, turning around, touching the ground, and moving to the beat of the music. Balls To The Wall - Accept 60. South Of Heaven - Slayer 76. Ford - Jerry Reed 27. Possibly something to do with Evel Knievel.
Not every track on this list is an obvious choice, although many are. The Exorcist - Possessed 83. Users first choose from a list of background music. Highway Star - Deep Purple 59. It remains the greatest example of why rock ballads don't have to suck.
Makin' Thunderbirds - Bob Seger 88. . Roll On Big Mama - Joe Stampley 9. Most critics responded positively to the electronic experiments throughout the song. It definitely illustrates the fun side of punk…not to mention a guy who just plain loves his scooter! Crystal Mountain - Death 85. Jaguar And The Thunderbird - Chuck Berry 39.
It was a top 5 pop hit single in many other countries around the world as well. Blue Öyster Cult — Golden Age Of Leather 1979 Opening with a bit of comedy modernist plainsong, Golden Age Of Leather is a thrilling apocalyptic narrative about an apparent suicide pact between a gang of old bikers, riding their Harleys into a massive collision during a desert storm. The Philosopher - Death 63. Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes — Movements include using both hands to touch your head, shoulders knees toes, eyes, mouth, ears, and nose. Taking the time to hit the road with just you and your motorcycle gives you not only freedom, but a clarity and empowerment. It's worth noting that 'Stairway' picked up 15% of all the votes cast - more than twice that of its nearest rival. Without further ado, here are our picks for the 55 most memorable songs about cars and driving.
Detractors claim that it is used to cover up her lack of vocal ability. Heaven and Hell - Black Sabbath 19. Radar Love - Golden Earring 49. Freezing Moon - Mayhem 51. Obviously, many standards have been written over the course of many decades, but some odd specimens have slipped through the cracks at the same time.
Low Rider - War 9. Shut Down - Beach Boys 14. Beyond the Realms of Death - Judas Priest 14. Keep on riding North and West. When the decided to revisit the futuristic sounds of electro, they brought Auto-Tune along to drench their vocals in a mechanistic, robotic wash. I'm In Love With My Car - Queen 44. Run Baby Run Caspar Babypants — Running in place, jumping, spinning and many other fun movements with this song! Rocket 88 - Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats 3.
Poet, children's author and Playboy cartoonist Shel Silverstein penned this song and later gave it to his pal Johnny Cash, who made it famous. Chapel of Ghouls - Morbid Angel 99. Gear Jammer - George Thorogood 10. Fade to Black - Metallica 27. Crowley - Ozzy Osbourne 52. In this one, Reed is simply on a nice road trip, just getting away from it all and experiencing things that are new and refreshing.
Screaming For Vengeance - Judas Priest 81. The upbeat track, the opener to the British version of Rubber Soul, is also one of the most bass-heavy Beatles songs given the double bass. Rev On The Red Line - Foreigner 85. The Last In Line - Dio 75. Caught in a Mosh - Anthrax 50. Goin' Mobile - The Who 60.