Top 25 Alternative Rock I 2017 Jan.-Feb. [HD, HQ]

Check out my favorite Melodic Alternative Rock music compilation, best of January, February 2017 (discovery).
Genres: Alternative Rock, Modern Rock, Post-Grunge, Alternative Metal, Christian Rock, Vocal Rock, Rock Ballad
Music like 3 Doors Down, Adelitas Way, Breaking Benjamin, Daughtry, My Chemical Romance, Shinedown or Red – let’s make some awesome, new, hot, underrated bands more popular!

Comes with full length playlist:

Compilation charts in alphabetical order:
1) 00:00 A Day To Remember – Forgive and Forget
2) 00:25 As It Is – No Way Out
3) 00:50 As Lions – Bury My Dead
4) 01:15 Coded – Moments Of Madness
5) 01:40 Dreamshade – Don’t Wanna Go
6) 02:05 Extreme Music (Raphael Lake, Daniel Murphy & Thomas Collins) – Burning Red
7) 02:30 Falling In Reverse – Coming Home
8) 02:55 Mallory Knox – Better Off Without You
9) 03:20 Man The Mighty – Friend or Foe
10) 03:45 Merge – Soaring
11) 04:10 Message from Sylvia – Right Here and Now
12) 04:35 News Out – Madness
13) 05:00 Noise from Nowhere – The Right Chance
14) 05:25 ONE OK ROCK – I Was King
15) 05:50 Pain – Coming Home
16) 06:15 Plan Three – Welcome to the Edge
17) 06:40 Sixlight – Burning Out
18) 07:05 Skillet – Stars
19) 07:30 Smash Into Pieces – Save It for the Living
20) 07:55 Straight Curve – Can Anyone Tell
21) 08:20 Sylar – Dark Daze
22) 08:45 The Banshee Pilot – Modern Romance
23) 09:10 The Comfort – Your Heart
24) 09:35 Dreamshade – Another Me, Another You
25) 10:00 Falling In Reverse – Loser
Bonus) 10:25 Skillet – Stars (The Shack Version)

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Coin – “How Will You Know If You Never Try” (Alternative Avenue)

Alternative Avenue on Coin’s latest album release “How Will You Know If You Never Try”.

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Beautiful Light Music – easy smooth inspirational – long playlist by relaxdaily: Ocean Breeze

Listen to a 2h long playlist with relaxdaily music. Beautiful, light instrumental music with an easy, smooth and inspirational attitude.
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A music mix I made up from my own releases from the last 1,5 years. Think of it as another 2h relax radio playlist. For more music, mixes and playlists join me at my website or my YouTube channel.
– Michael (relaxdaily musician)

Relaxdaily’s background music instrumentals: beautiful, light, inspirational music that can be used as a soundtrack for multiple activities. Depending on your interest you might use my music in your relax radio playlist, as yoga music, as music while you’re studying, doing homework, working (mentally, creatively), reading, writing, while thinking or reflecting, dreaming, reviewing, making future plans. Some use it as “sleep music” (I personally think there’s better sleep music out there, but it seems to work 😉 Some even listen to it in their minecraft music playlist. Call it chillout, smooth, ambient, New Age, instrumental, or background music — this is not as much about a genre as it is about a feeling. A way of life. With the relaxdaily project, I try to take a little heat from our (generally) too busy lives. I try to deliver a soundtrack for you, when you feel the need for some positive, calming, inspirational tunes.

The simple (repetitive) video shows some grass waving in the wind at the pacific coast in California, just a few miles south of San Fran.

You might enjoy as well one of the following long, relaxing music mixes:
“Essence 1”:
“Season 3”:

Visit my website

© 2013, relaxdaily


Syrian bands rock Beirut’s alternative music scene

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The 100 Greatest Rock Artists

1. Musical Influence
2. Cultural Influence
3. Peer Acclaim
4. Critical Acclaim
5. Popularity

All Rock and Roll subgenres are included.

Last Edit: 08/18/11
1. The Beatles
2. Elvis Presley
3. Bob Dylan
4. James Brown
5. Ray Charles
6. Chuck Berry
7. The Rolling Stones
8. Stevie Wonder
9. Led Zeppelin
10. Aretha Franklin
11. The Who
12. Jimi Hendrix
13. The Beach Boys
14. Fats Domino
15. Pink Floyd
16. Michael Jackson
17. Marvin Gaye
18. Little Richard
19. Buddy Holly /The Crickets
20. Sam Cooke
21. Madonna
22. Queen
23. Elton John
24. Bruce Springsteen
25. Run-D.M.C.
26. Bob Marley/The Wailers
27. The Supremes/Diana Ross
28. U2
29. Prince
30. Black Sabbath
31. The Temptations
32. David Bowie
33. Otis Redding
34. Sly & The Family Stone
35. Simon & Garfunkel
36. Nirvana
37. The Doors
38. Grateful Dead
39. Neil Young
40. Public Enemy
41. Roy Orbison
42. Parliament/Funkadelic/George Clinton
43. The Kinks
44. The Clash
45. Eric Clapton
46. The Miracles/Smokey Robinson
47. Joni Mitchell
48. Bo Diddley
49. The Everly Brothers
50. Aerosmith
51. The Byrds
52. Metallica
53. AC/DC
54. Fleetwood Mac
55. Cream
56. Van Morrison
57. The Drifters/Clyde McPhatter
58. The Allman Brothers Band
59. Van Halen
60. Bill Haley/The Comets
61. Elvis Costello
62. Beastie Boys
63. Jerry Lee Lewis
64. Tupac Shakur
65. R.E.M.
66. Eminem
67. Radiohead
68. The Ramones
69. Creedence Clearwater Revival
70. Pearl Jam
71. Janis Joplin
72. Frank Zappa
73. Deep Purple
74. John Lennon
75. Jefferson Airplane
76. The Eagles
77. Crosby, Stills, Nash (& Young)
78. The Bee Gees
79. Velvet Underground
80. Al Green
81. The Police
82. The Impressions/Curtis Mayfield
83. The Four Tops
84. Santana
85. Etta James
86. Jackie Wilson
87. Guns N’ Roses
88. Yes
89. Lynyrd Skynyrd
90. Patti Smith
91. Janet Jackson
92. N.W.A.
93. Iron Maiden
94. The Band
95. Blondie
96. Talking Heads
97. The Isley Brothers
98. The Sex Pistols
99. James Taylor
100. Rush

Honorable Mentions:
101. Mariah Carey
102. LL Cool J
103. Whitney Houston
104. Paul McCartney/Wings
105. OutKast
106. Kraftwerk
107. Jay-Z
108. The White Stripes
109. Earth, Wind and Fire
110. Donna Summer
111. The Platters
112. Red Hot Chili Peppers
113. Wilson Pickett
114. New Order/Joy Division
115. The Mamas and The Papas
116. Rod Stewart
117. Rick Nelson
118. Billy Joel
119. Dion/The Belmonts
120. Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five
121. Chicago
122. Jackson Browne
123. The Coasters
124. Tom Petty
125. The Clovers
126. Green Day
127. King Crimson
128. Alice Cooper
129. Roxy Music
130. Bob Seger
131. The Jackson 5
132. The Moody Blues
133. The Four Seasons
134. Genesis
135. Sam and Dave
136. Solomon Burke
137. The Stooges/Iggy Pop
138. The Yardbirds
139. Kanye West
140. The Dominoes/Billy Ward


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stereophonics – dakota

“Dakota” is a song by the Welsh band Stereophonics. It was the first single from their fifth studio album Language. Sex. Violence. Other? and was released on February 28, 2005. It was the first Stereophonics single to reach #1 on the UK Singles Chart or to chart on the US Modern Rock Tracks chart. The song spent a total of 20 weeks on the UK singles chart, and it also topped the download chart, remaining on the chart for 22 weeks, half of which were spent in the top 10. The single received good reviews, James Masterton calling it the single of the year.

“Dakota” was the first Stereophonics single to achieve success on alternative rock radio stations in the United States, and as such represents their American breakthrough single.[citation needed] Before “Dakota”, no Stereophonics single had charted on any rock charts in the U.S. After its release in February, the single steadily gained ground on U.S. alternative rock radio. However, since the Stereophonics lacked a fanbase or previous popular success in America, the single was at a great disadvantage and was initially added to very few station playlists. Nevertheless, the popularity of the song and its championing by such stations as WBCN led “Dakota” slowly to gain airplay and playlist adds across the country over a period of many months. It became one of the 50 most-played songs in the US by mid-May 2005. However, the song lingered just within the top 50 for months and seemed destined to just miss the Modern Rock Tracks chart, a compilation of just the top 40 most-played alternative rock songs in the US.
But “Dakota” continued to gain support across the U.S. and eventually become the first Stereophonics song to chart on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. It first charted on July 9, 2005, almost half a year after its original release. The song reached #34 on the chart; it was their first and so-far only single to make the chart.