|Musicians Who Burned Their Names Into Music History.|
This is a list of 10 musicians who burned their names into music history.
|10||Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|
Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550
Mozart's music wasn't just complex but he was creating it offhandedly, he has written
hundreds of pieces and all of them has catchy melodies and a complex song structure
Jane is probably the best hardcore album ever, she has innovative riffs and a haunting
atmosphere, the entire album is so well-written that even after 10+ years it feels fresh, even
the raw production fits perfectly
|8||Woe, Is Me|
once a band called Dance Gavin Dance tried to combine post-hardcore with rnbish vocals but
the outcome didn't appeal to the public. however, where DGD failed Woe, Is Me succeed and
created this timeless classic that can be considered the saint grail of rnb-fused post-hardcore
|7||Bring Me The Horizon|
is this album full of catchy songs? yes, it is... is Oli Sykes the hottest fron man ever? yes he is
...is BMTH already a legend that people will remember even in 2030? Yes they are.
Once, KoRn's sound was unique, unfortunately bands like Deftones and Slipknot ripped it off
and now KoRn's music might seem less original than it actually is.
about ten years ago four German kids decided to mix emo with mainstream rock and
happened to be a massive success. Schrei is definitely a classic and everyone who's interested
in emo music should buy it.
Led Zeppelin IV
one of the most important blues bands, they influenced many important acts such as Black
Sabbath and Iron Maiden. They weren't musically innovative but they influenced many bands.
they brought polyrithms into metal, and inspired tons of bands to copy their guitar tone.
There's an entire genre of bands that are directly or indirectly influenced by them
Beautiful. Just beautiful. So simple and still amazing. 48 minutes of beautiful, catchy melodies,
deep lyrics and simple but brilliant instrumentation.
Suite bergamasque L. 75
some facts about his music: it was a pivotal influence on modern classical music, jazz and it
indirectly influenced many modern genres such as metal; it was far ahead its time, just take
some chord progressions from Pr?lude ? l'apr?s-midi d'un faune, import them into a modern-
metalcore song and you'll be considered progressive; the only thing I hate about it is.. well..
everytime I hear it I want to stop making music because I know I will never create something
as good as e.g Clair De Lune