We Will Rock You

Tribute, Song & Lyrics

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doXS | We Will Rock You

SONGS

 

Disappear

Original Sin

 

LISTEN LIKE THIEVES

I SEND A MESSAGE

 

This Time

Devil Inside    

Kiss The Dirt

Mystify

Elegantly Wasted

March 30 1991            By My Side

March 31 1988            New Sensation

April 25 2006               Afterglow (Andrew Harris - Desmond Child)

July 13 1991               Bitter Tear

July 18 1968               Good times (Easybeats - then JB and INXS) Do with Jimmy Barnes or Paul Norton - MH in black - Do this Basement in

July 26 1984               Burn For You

August 8 - 1988          Never Tear Us Apart

Baby Dont Cry

Need You Tonight

Just Keep Walking

Listen Like Thieves

What You Need

Pretty Vegas

 

 

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Inspired by

Ace Frehley
Jim Morrison David Bowie Paul Stanley INXS The Doors Break Through Original Sin Father Figure
Alabama. Whiskey Bar
Atlanta Z Stone Temple Pilots George Michael
Scott Weiland
Starman
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"We Will Rock You" is a song written by Brian May and recorded by Queen for their 1977 album News of the World. Rolling Stone ranked it number 330 of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time" in 2004, and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) placed it at number 146 on its list of Songs of the Century. In 2009, "We Will Rock You" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

 

Other than the last 30 seconds containing a guitar solo by May, the song is generally set in a cappella form, using only stomping and clapping as a rhythmic body percussion beat. In 1977, "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions" were issued together as a worldwide top 10 single. Soon after the album was released, many radio stations began playing the songs consecutively and without interruption.

 

Since its release, "We Will Rock You" has been covered, remixed, sampled, parodied, referenced and used by multiple recording artists, TV shows, films and other media worldwide. Since its release, the song has become a cliche at sports events around the world as a stadium anthem, mostly due to its simple rhythm.