greatest rock hit love


greatest rock hit love


Pop music is usually built on love songs. Almost every musician has recorded them at some point in their career. This Valentine’s Day, listen to some of the most beautiful hard rock love songs of all time. Classic rock has produced some of the greatest love songs of all time, whether it’s an epic power ballad or something more subtle. Here are the top 10 most romantic classic rock love songs.

Meatloaf: “I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)”

“I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t)” is a song written by Jim Steinman and recorded by Meat Loaf and Lorraine Crosby. The song was released in August 1993 as the first single from the album “Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell”. The song is known for its confusing lyrics, though Meatloaf has explained them several times.

Pearl Jam: “Black”

“Black” is one of Pearl Jam’s most popular songs from their debut album Ten. Eddie Vedder’s heartbreaking vocals combined with soulful music are the highlight of this song, and it’s definitely a very special track for the band and fans. The song is similar to the story of a relationship that reaches a tipping point and then slips into a vortex of sadness and despair. The screams and guitar solos of the sad ending will live on forever in the memory of millions of fans.

Guns N’ Roses: “November Rain”


This track is a narration of a lost love, with lovely piano accompaniment and a crying drama. If there’s a hard rock love song that can take the metaphorical crown, it’s Guns N’ Roses’ “November Rain.” The song itself is a nine-minute ode to a brokenhearted love, and perhaps most memorable is its epic music video co-starring GNR singer Axl Rose’s then-girlfriend Stephanie Seymour.

Led Zeppelin: “The Whole Lotta Love”

“Whole Lotta Love” is a song by the British rock band Led Zeppelin. It was released as a single in several countries in 1969 and was the first track on the band’s second album, “Led Zeppelin II”. “Whole Lotta Love” is a classic Led Zeppelin song with incredible music and lyrics about love, passion and affection. For fans of Led Zeppelin, this track remains a classic melody and a must-listen.

Pink Floyd: ‘Wish you were here’

Considered one of the band’s best tracks, “Wish You Were Here” is a ballad about longing. The song has surreal lyrics and an almost perfect guitar solo. David Gilmour collaborated with Roger Waters on the piece, with Gilmour providing the vocals. Lyrics like “We’re just two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl, year after year…” set the tone for the song, which remains beloved by fans around the world even 47 years after its release.

AC/DC: “You rocked me all night”

The AC/DC band is synonymous with strength and energy, and the level of passion and excitement inherent in their songs has helped them become what they are today. Like the band’s previous songs, “You Shook Me All Night Long” features powerful chords and explosive guitars, with lyrics subtly built around themes of love and passion. The song is a fan favorite and undoubtedly one of the band’s most memorable tracks.

Nirvana: “Heart Box”

Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain wrote a hauntingly beautiful song titled “Heart-Shaped Box,” alluding to his romance with Courtney Love. Kurt Cobain’s youthful romance with Courtney Love is thought to be the subject of Heart-Shaped Box. While some of the lyrics are disturbing, like “I Wish You Eat Your Cancer When You Go Black,” the song overall is a declaration of love. The song will always hold a special place in the hearts of the band’s fans, whether it’s because of the love for Kurt Cobain or because of the disturbing lyrics, which are very true.

Van Halen: “Why It Can’t Be Love”

The song “Why Can’t This Be Love” was written by Van Halen for their seventh studio album, “5150” (1986). Warner Bros. Records released the song as the 5150’s first single. This synth-heavy and catchy song reminds us what it’s like to be in love, even if it doesn’t pay off.

Bon Jovi: “Living in prayer”

‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ is a song by American rock band Bon Jovi from their third album Slippery When Wet. This is the second time the band has topped the charts. Released in late 1986, the single was written by Jon Bon Jovi, Richie Sambora and Desmond Child. ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ was without a doubt Bon Jovi’s biggest hit, but this legendary rock classic has also become a symbol of an era.

Janis Joplin: “Me and Bobby McGee”

Just days before her death in October 1970, Janis Joplin recorded the song for her Pearl album. The song was sung for her by Kris Kristofferson and taught to her by singer Bob Neuwirth. Chris Christofferson didn’t realize she had recorded the song until after her death. The day after her death, he heard her recordings for the first time.

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