Let's have a MAN-datory song thread.
As in, if you don't have these fucking songs, you have no right calling yourself a man.
3 songs per post, only allowed to post once.
>Cult - Sanctuary
>America - A Horse with No Name
>Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven
No, it's actually a chick from Toronto Gay Pride, 2012.
I watched her walk down Bloor. Definitely 100% woman.
Suicide Solution - Ozzy Osbourne
Wild Side - Motley Crue
Don't Tread on Me - Metallica
>Led Zeppelin - Rock n' Roll
And yeah, certain music does emanate masculinity and testosterone.
Clearly you wouldn't know what either of those things are, bitch.
and stairway emanates testosterone? give me a fucking break. also something isn't more "manly" the more metal it is, it's just louder and noisier.
old school blues is 200x manlier than any of the hairbands and pop metal ITT
Iggy Pop - Passenger
Jimi Hendrix - All along the watchtower
Led Zeppelin - Ten years gone
Keep em coming anons, becoming a men song by song.
Mines below, random as fuck.
>Eagles - Heartache Tonight
>Elvis Costelo - My mood swings
>Shawn Phillips - The ballad of Casey Deis
Queen is literally the gayest band ever. Ever. EVER.
Their music is such overplayed garbage shit that every "intellectual" HS student who parades it around is equally as gay as the music itself.
>yfw that proof that you are quite literally make Freddy Mercury look like Steve McQueen.
Buffalo Springfield - For What it's Worth
The Coasters - Yakety Yak
Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher
If you don't agree, you're a twink faggot who doesn't know the meaning of being a real man.
>You have no right calling yourself a man.
Best 3 songs I know:
-Strawberry Fields Forever (The Beatles)
-Packt Like Sardines in A Crushd Tin Box (Radiohead)
-Good God (Korn)
So very, very gay.
Holy diver is legit
Damn this thread sucks
Listen to this:
Tell me this isn't the most unique thing musically ever.
Korn's 1996 album was the best album i've ever heard. They sucked shortly after.
(Well actually non of the bands I listed were manly, so i guess i derailed)
Best one here
I'd say cute petit girl but...
Arms are super wide compared to hips. Somewhat bone structre doesn't work out with what I studied as an artist in field of anatomy.
Then I wonder if it's Adam's apple that I see.
As I said I derailed.
Sorry about that.
It's more for like perverts and high school outcasts.
Are you kidding?
I can slightly see why you'd say that now.
That almost ruins my favorite album.
Going to go listen to NIN now.
For the record, this isn't for the snobbish 'u not a man if you haven't heard' OP, but here's three undeniably masculine tracks, particularly in their emotional impact.
Alice In Chains: Rooster
Audioslave: Show Me How To Live
Nine Inch Nails: Terrible Lie
I agree with the Doors one.
But if you're limited to three songs, you're picking one song to cover 20 years. A musical "generation" only lasts about a decade.
There's no reason that one person should have to listen to or even be familiar with songs outside of their generation and no reason to limit it to just one song from a 20 year period.
Michael Jamson - Thrill Her
Carly Fiorina - My Humps
Slipknoose - I Felt The H8 Rise Up In Me
Hoobustank - Crawlin' With The Dark
Alisons Chains - The Chicken
Stoned Table Pilot - Secret Garden
Nirvana - Mmm Bop
>Cats in the Cradle- Harry Chapin
>Mouth for War- Pantera
>Ghost Riders in the Sky- Johnny Cash
Tool - Hush
Aesop Rock - Daylight/nightlight
Jedi Mind Tricks - Uncommon Valor
eels - souljacker part 1
electric light orchestra - long black road
the subways - rock & roll queen
I doubt, you can see nothing hangs in this pic.