Now that we have a winner for both the 60s and 70s, the representatives from the two decades will face off in the finale, the winner claiming the title of the greatest band of the era. I expect this to be a tight race, so make sure you vote for whoever you think was greater.
All of the most notable songs are direct links to the song, so if you want to listen to some of the greatest songs ever, just click on the song
mtryanks12 wrote:led zeppelin biotch!! I vote for them because the 70's was so much cooler than the grandma era of the 60's.
Not even gonna comment on that, but as a whole I'd take the music from the 60s over the music from the 70s...
I voted for Zeppelin, simply because I find myself listening to them more often than the Beatles. Both are amazing talents, and I listen to them both regularly, but I just find that I end up listening to Zep a lot more, especially the songs that aren't recognized as world hits.
They both have awesome songs each bands songs reflect the era perfectly. However, Led Zeplin gets my vote because of the
1) Longevity, 2) Jimmy Page's amazing solo's, 3) Robert Plants awesome lyrics, 4) John Bonham enf said, and 5) John Paul Jones errr umm amazing keyboarding on "no quarter"
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I love Zeppelin, but my vote goes to the Beatles, the greatest band of all time. They revolutionized music, and had more #1 hits than any group ever. With the exception of Ringo, the band members were phenomenal, with the band and when they went solo. They have the most played song of all time, Yesterday, and rightfully so. Paul McCartny had perhaps the greatest voice of all time, and although John Lennon was incredibly liberal, you have to respect his unbelievable lyrics.
I know some people may like certain bands better than the beatles, but it seems people do not appreciate what they meant to music and to the world, for that matter, during the 60s.