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Il grande rock entrato nella leggenda con un DJ veramente d'eccezione: AXL ROSE!

Format: Classic Rock

DJ: Tommy “The Nightmare” Smith voiced by W. Axl Rose

1. Foghat “Slow Ride”

Written by David Peverette

Courtesy of Rhino Records

2. Creedence Clearwater Revival “Green River”

Written by John Fogerty

Courtesy of Fantasy Inc

3. Heart “Barracuda”

Written by Ann Wilson & Nancy Wilson

Courtesy of Epic Records

4. Kiss “Strutter”

Written by Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons

Courtesy of Polygram Records

5. Toto “Hold The Line”

Written by David F. Paich

Courtesy of Columbia Records

6. Rod Stewart “Young Turks”

Written by Carmine Appice Jr., Duane S. Hitchings, Kevin Stuart James Savigar, & Rod Stewart

Courtesy of Warner Bros Records

7. Tom Petty “Running Down A Dream”

Written by Michael Campbell, Jeffrey Lynn, & Thomas Earl Petty

Courtesy of MCA Records

8. Joe Cocker “Woman to Woman”

Written by John Cocker & Christopher Robert Stainton

Courtesy of A&M Records

9. Humble Pie “Get Down To It”

Written by Stephen Peter Marriott

Courtesy of A&M Records

10. Grand Funk Railroad “Some Kind of Wonderful”

Written by John Ellison

Courtesy of Capitol Records

11. Lynyrd Skynyrd “Free Bird’

Written by Allen Collins & Ronald Vanzant

Courtesy of MCA Records

12. America “A Horse With No Name”

Written by Lee Burnnell

Courtesy of Warner Bros Records

13. The Who “Eminence Front”

Written by Pete Townsend

Courtesy of MCA Records

14. Boston “Smokin’”

Written by Bradley E. Delp & Tom Scholz

Courtesy of Epic Records

15. David Bowie “Somebody Up There Likes Me”

Written by David Robert Jones

Courtesy of RZO

16. Eddie Money “Two Tickets To Paradise”

Written by Edward J. Maloney

Courtesy of Columbia Records

17. Billy Idol “White Wedding”

Written by Billy Idol

Courtesy of Chrysalis Records

Celebrity DJ: W. Axl Rose

In Game DJ Name: Tommy “The Nightmare” Smith

Bio: In the mid-80’s The L.A. rock music scene at the time was split done the center between rough and ready punk rock and hair spray-soaked glam rock/heavy metal, and recent Indiana transplant, W. Axl Rose, wanted to form an outfit that borrowed equally from each genre. With a school friend from Indiana, Izzy Stradlin, Rose plowed through several outfits that went nowhere (Hollywood Rose being one), before hooking up with fellow streetwise rockers Slash, Duff McKagan, and Steven Adler. After slugging it out on the Sunset Strip and honing their act, the newly christened Guns N’ Roses signed a recording contract with Geffen Records after issuing an independent live EP (1986’s Live Like a Suicide). Their full-length debut, Appetite for Destruction’ was released a year later and at first the public didn’t know what to make of the album or of the band. Slowly but surely, rock’s fickle audience came around and by the summer of 1988, Guns N’ Roses was fast becoming one of the world’s top rock bands on the strength of such hit singles/MTV videos as “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” and “Paradise City”. A few years and minor line-up changes later, the group released an ambitious double album titled Use Your Illusion in 1991 which featured monster hits “You Could Be Mine”, “Don’t Cry” and the epic “November Rain”. Despite not having released an album since, Axl Rose remains one of the most iconic figures in Rock N Roll ever.

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