Over The Hills and Far Away - LED ZEPPELIN
Gator Country - MOLLY HATCHET
Highway Song - BLACKFOOT
It's only oversaturation if you have to switch discs.
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Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson
This Is Who We Are - Hawthorne Heights
Beautiful Tragedy - In This Moment
There probably not what others would call "epic", but they're songs I'd LOVE to play
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1.Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Cant Stop
2.Metallica - One
3.Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
The Doors - "L.A. Woman"
The Who - "Tommy" FULL ALBUM
Green Day - "Jesus of Suburbia" or all of "American Idiot"
Queen - "Bohemian F***ing Rhapsody"
Bob Dylan - "Hurricane"
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3 Epic songs=
Tool - Third Eye (13 min.)
Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia (9 min.)
Between the Buried and Me - Ants of the Sky (13 min.)
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The Tain - The Decemberists
Dancing with the Moonlit Knight - Genesis
Jungleland - Bruce Springsteen
No Springsteen? Huh. Surely there's some Kinks? Santana? Pink Floyd? I get it: less classic, more modern. Like The Arcade Fire or Ryan Adams?
1. G'n'R: Not as epic as Dream Theater, yet "November Rain" is still impressive and an epic for the band. To me this is the epitome of Axl and Slash, emotional lyrics and incredible guitar.
2. If we're going epic, consider "Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding in my Hands" by Elton John. Epic energy conveys the frustrated emotion on this song.
3. "Blind", KoRn, in terms of structure not that epic, but in the historical sense its epic. For me, this is the dawn of nu-metal right here! Many metal bands to come after, including Disturbed states KoRn's influence.
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