"Last Goodbye" was Jeff Buckley's most commercially successful original song – which featured on his critically acclaimed debut album, Grace (1994).
Welcome Home (Sanitarium) is a slow, dynamic song featured on Metallica's classic album, Master of Puppets (1986).
"Rasputin" was a world-wide hit for euro-disco group Bony M, and the second hit-single from their Nightlight to Venus album (1978).
"Brace" is the title track from Birds of Tokyo's latest album—released in November 2016.
This two-measure figure is played several times in the verse sections of Twenty One Pilot's 2015 hit, Tear in My Heart.
"St. Anger" is the title track from Metallica's eighth studio album, released in 2003. It won a Grammy for Best Metal Performance in the following year.
"21 Guns" is an anti-war power-ballad by Green Day. It was nominated for two Grammys in 2010—in the categories of Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song.
Enjoy the main chorus groove from the hit song More Than a Feeling.
The song Back in Black was written as a tribute to AC/DC's original singer, Bon Scott, who had died only weeks earlier in 1980. Back in Black (the album) went on to become the second best selling record of all time.
"Heathens" is Twenty One Pilots' latest hit–single, which features on the upcoming Suicide Squad (movie) soundtrack.
Justin Timberlake's latest hit single "Can't Stop the Feeling" was released in May 2016 and entered the Billboard charts near the top.
Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes is the opening track from Fall Out Boy's 2008 album "Folie à Deux" (madness shared by two) – the last album recorded before the band's four-year hiatus.
This upbeat rock beat uses an open hi-hat technique to lift the second bar of the repeat.
Overkill is the title track on Motörhead's second album (1979). The song is notable for drummer Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor's relentless sixteenth-note double bass ostinato which inspired a generation of hard rock and metal drummers.
The instantly recognizable drum intro for the 20th Century Fox fanfare has been psyching-up movie-goers since the 1930s.