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-Metallica- one

-Iron Maiden- fear of the dark

-Deep Purple- smoke on the water( dont know any other DP song)

-Mötley Crüe- dr-feelgood

-Black Sabbath- paranoid

-Uriah Heep- dont know any of their songs

-Queen- hmmm. bohemien rapsody

-Led Zeppelin- stairway to heaven

-Pink Floyd- comfortably numb

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-Metallica- Enter Sandman

-Iron Maiden- Powerslave

-Deep Purple- Highway Star

-Mötley Crüe- dr.feelgood

-Black Sabbath- Sweat Leaf

-Uriah Heep- dunno

-Queen- Another one bites the dust

-Led Zeppelin- Tricky one... maybe Heartbreaker or In the Evening or Tramped Underfoot, one of those

-Pink Floyd...? Sheep

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Metallica - Master Of Puppets or Call of Ktulu

Iron Maiden- Hallowed be Thy Name

Deep Purple- Burn


Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath

Uriah Heep- The Wizard

Queen - Killer Queen

Led Zeppelin- Stairway to Heaven

Pink Floyd- Bike (though it's not their best, I was pushed for time)

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Metallica- Nothing Else Matters (not a fan of the band at all, and don't know a lot of their stuff)

Iron Maiden-Where Eagles Dare

Deep Purple-Smoke On The Water, Highway Star

Motley Crue-Home Sweet Home

Black Sabbath-Sweet Leaf

Uriah Heep-Um, who?

Queen-I love just about every Queen song. I'm a huge fan of the band.

Led Zeppelin-Thank You

Pink Floyd-I love every song from Pink Floyd as well. Comfortably Numb and High Hopes are two of my faves.

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Metallica-Enter Sandman (REALLY hard to pick one...One and Master of Puppets are others)

Iron Maiden-Run to the Hills

Deep Purple-Smoke on the Water

Motley Crue-Dr. Feelgood (ALSO Kickstart My Heart)

Black Sabbath-Iron Man

Uriah Heep-The Wizard

Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody (harder than Metallica to choose just one)

Led Zeppelin-Stairway To Heaven

Pink Floyd-Another Brick in the Wall


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Metallica - Enter Sandman (i love this song)

Iron Maiden - (im not a maiden fan)

Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water

Motley Crue - Kickstart My Heart

Black Sabbath - Sweet Leaf

Uriah Heep - I dont have the slightest idea who these guys are

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

Led Zeppelin - Black Dog (Very cool song)

Pink Floyd - Time (Argh why do i have to choose i love all of Floyds music, also Money, Young Lust and Comfortably Numb are amoung my most favourite Pink Floyd songs too)

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-Metallica - Four Horsemen/Master Of Puppets

-Iron Maiden - Aces High or 2 Minutes To Midnight

-Deep Purple - Too many good ones. Burn/Child In Time/Highway Star off Made In Japan

-Mötley Crüe - Nope

-Black Sabbath - Paranoid

-Uriah Heep - I know OF them. Heard barely any material if any.

-Queen - Too many again but I'll say Bohemian Rhapsody

-Led Zeppelin - Stairway (Live Off HTWWW), Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love, Kashmir

-Pink Floyd...? Time/Comfortably Numb/Wish You Were Here

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Metallica - Sad But True/The Unforgiven

Iron Maiden

Never got into them.

Deep Purple - Smoke On The Water

Mötley Crüe - Dr. Feelgood/Girls, Girls, Girls

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

Uriah Heep - who?

Queen - Fat Bottom Girls

Led Zeppelin - D'Yer M'Ker

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb

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Uriah Heep= Hard rock band, It has been active since 1969:

For as long as anyone can remember, the genre of heavy metal music has concerned itself with epic themes and a penchant for the macabre. One of the very first and most consistent practitioners of this style was the mighty, oft-overlooked URIAH HEEP. The HEEP are one of the first heavy metal bands to ever form, striking the scene with a hard-hitting album in 1970 that could easily rival BLACK SABBATH's debut from the same year, or even DEEP PURPLE's crushing 'In Rock' album which had already soared through British charts. LED ZEPPELIN had not yet hit their peak, and so it was a very interesting time for the fledgling genre of bone-crushing bluesy rock music people would later term 'heavy metal.' One of the most intriguing (both musically and lyrically) bands to emerge from this style of music was the great URIAH HEEP. At heart, their incredible sound was characterized by by-the-books progressive rock with a much harder edge. Much of the hard guitar sound was balanced by soaring organ melodies that would remind one of DEEP PURPLE, and it was to little surprise as the HEEP drew a significant influence from bands like DEEP PURPLE, LED ZEPPELIN, and PINK FLOYD. But the band added an extra element to the mix, which would set them apart from their contemporaries: the epic, story-telling lyrics and ear-piercing harmonies of vocalist extraordinaire David Byron. In 1970, URIAH HEEP released their first album entitled 'Very 'eavy... Very 'umble.' Initially the full-length did not receive much interest from rock critics, who discounted the band as 'gothic' and 'cartoonish.' Little did they know that 30 years later this album would still be regarded by many as an all-time classic of heavy metal.

At least all of you should know the song Easy living :D

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