Top 10 Best Music DebatesThere have always been music debates. Here's some of them.
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Both are good, Stairway tells a story and is very iconic (and no they did not steal it, it is confirmed) and its one of my favourite songs, along with one of the greatest guitar solos. But I prefer Bohemian Rhapsody because it is nothing like other music made in those days, it is unique and fun to sing along ith.
Bohemian Rhapsody! Stairway to Heaven has a ripped off element (from the song Taurus by Spirit) and this turns me off. Also, Bohemian Rhapsody has better vox.
If you mean tempo, Rhapsody clearly is faster. And if you think Stairway is "more energetic," then you conception of "energy" certainly is curious.
Elvis. Michael is good too, but I just don't seem to really enjoy him.
ELVIS! And I'm not a fan of either of them.
Elvis Presley is better
McCartney's range once was mind-boggling, but Lennon's was much more distinctive, with qualities suited to several sub-genres.
Paul McCartney has a better range, but John Lennon has an iconic soft voice. Paul McCartney still wins.
Elvis was more influential rock artist.
Freddie had better singing abilities.
Freddie. I love Elvis, but Freddie had an amazing vocal range.
Freddie, easily, however I love Elvis.
Definitely Freddie but Plant is very good, too.
Freddie. Plant isn't a rival for him.
Freddie. Robert is good too.
Metallica went downhill in the 90s and haven't really gotten back up. Iron Maiden had Blaze Bailey for a while but even then they produced some of their best live songs such as Sign of the Cross and The Clansman. Check out the Rock in Rio live versions of both of those songs. They will blow your mind. The studio versions are good too.
Maiden's band members also have better and more likeable personalities.
Metallica are a great band, but Iron Maiden are more talented, and still make awesome music til this day, although Hardwired wasn't an awful album.
I can't choose. Metallica went downhill in the mid-90s but don't forget that Iron Maiden also had that episode with Blaze in the 90s.
I'll go with Metallica. Megadeth is a great thrash band, but Metallica did stuff other than thrash well, just not as good as they did thrash. Plus, Metallica caused Megadeth to be created.
Metallica definitely have a better singer, but Megadeth were slightly more talented, and Rust In Peace is the one of the best metal albums of all time, lyrically and instrumentally.
This is the biggest real debate in the metal community. I know the advatages and disadvantages of these two bands, like them both but if I have to choose I would probably go with Metallica.
Rebecca is only hated for Friday, Justin has some decent songs and Nikki has nothing to redeem her.
If you're talking pure rock 'n' roll (with inherent forays into R&B), Stones every time.
Led Zeppelin, definitely. The Stones aren't bad at all, but they weren't as talented as Zep.
Ritchie Blackmore. Page is extremely overrated.
Both songs are quite mediocre, but In The End has better lyrics, so I'll go with that.
Meh, LP have had better songs and I'm beginning to like Minutes to Midnight and The Hunting Party more than their first two albums.
Neither cause both songs suck.
Neither. When Eric Clapton quit the Yardbirds, he was replaced by Jeff Beck, and nobody missed Clapton. When Jeff Beck left the Yardbirds, he was replaced by Jimmy Page, and everybody wanted Jeff Beck to come back. Out of frustration, Page changed the group's name to Led Zeppelin.
Guys that's why I have made this list. All of them/these are very famous and almost close to their competitors.
These are ongoing debates
Anyway I prefer Page over Clapton.He could play more genres of rock than Clapton.He also created some hard-core guitar riffs and solos which led hard-rock to heavy metal.
This is a hairy one, and depends entirely on personal taste. Think, however, Page has recorded more celestial moments than Clapton.
Deep Purple. Black Sabbath played heavy blues rock in the 70s (confirmed by Tony Iommi himself) but metal has nothing to do with blues. Heavy metal and heavy blues rock are stylistically different - metal uses classical scales and not blues scales. For the same reason Led Zep have never been a metal band - they were also blues inspired. So Deep Purple is the answer - they had classically inspired songs.
Deep Purple and what Metal_Treasure said.
Deep Purple, although I'm not a fan of them.
I can't choose, both are awesome but Gillan started it all, especially in metal singing so Halford himself was influenced by Gillan. Gillan also was Bruce Dickinson's vocal idol.
Halford, close though.
Both of them are
Brian is more energetic
Rush because they're more original. Led Zeppelin plagiarizes for simply being lazy.
Led Zeppelin is a tighter band, however Rush is, overall, more talented.
Slash's guitar solo's sound very soothing, while Axl's voice can get quite grating.
I have no idea. Both are equally talented.
Slash, Axl is a giant dick.
Of those choices, Whitney Houston easily takes the cake.
Personally I can only tolerate the first two.
Well, most people would say Madonna. Some argue that it's Janet Jackson though.