As 50 melhores músicas com mais de 7 minutos

As 50 melhores músicas com mais de 7 minutos

 A revista Rolling Stone decidiu esta semana eleger as melhores músicas que esticam o formato canção até aos sete minuntos. Entre as 50 faixas (apresentados por ordem alfabética dos autores) encontram-se "Bela Lugosi's Dead" do Bauhaus, "Hey Jude" dos Beatles, "The End" do The Doors, "All My Friends" do LCD Soundsystem (foto) e "One" do Metallica.

A escolha foi feita com base em votações dos leitores e da redação da Rolling Stone:

  • "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed", The Allman Brothers Band
  • "Bela Lugosi's Dead", Bauhaus
  • "B-Boy Bouillabaisse", The Beastie Boys
  • "Hey Jude", The Beatles
  • "War Pigs/Luke's Wall", Black Sabbath
  • "Tender", Blur
  • "Bel Air", Can
  • "Pictures of You", The Cure
  • "Station to Station", David Bowie
  • "Layla", Derek & the Dominoes
  • "The End", The Doors
  • "Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands", Bob Dylan
  • "Maggot Brain", Funkadelic
  • "The Message", Grandmaster Flash
  • "Jesus of Suburbia", Green Day
  • "Estranged", Guns N' Roses
  • "Isn't It a Pity?", George Harrison
  • "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", Iron Butterfly
  • "Three Days", Jane's Addiction
  • "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant", Billy Joel
  • "Funeral for a Friend", Elton John
  • "In the Court of the Crimson King", King Crimson
  • "All My Friends", LCD Soundsystem
  • "When the Levee Breaks", Led Zeppelin
  • "Free Bird", Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • "Autobahn", Kraftwerk
  • "One", Metallica
  • "Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns", Mother Love Bone
  • "Oh, Comely", Neutral Milk Hotel
  • "Blue Monday", New Order
  • "We're In This Together", Nine Inch Nails
  • "Champagne Supernova", Oasis
  • "Sheep", Pink Floyd
  • "Purple Rain", Prince
  • "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'", The Rolling Stones
  • "Svefn-g-englar", Sigur Ros
  • "The Sprawl", Sonic Youth
  • "Jungleland", Bruce Springsteen
  • "I Am the Resurrection", Stone Roses
  • "Frankie Teardrop", Suicide
  • "Marquee Moon", Television
  • "What Goes Around Comes Around", Justin Timberlake
  • "Heroin", Velvet Underground
  • "Only in Dreams", Weezer
  • "Ball & Biscuit", The White Stripes
  • "Won't Get Fooled Again", The Who
  • "Spiders (Kidsmoke)", Wilco
  • "Starship Trooper", Yes
  • "Cortez the Killer", Neil Young
  • "Willie the Pimp", Frank Zappa


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