I have selected my 5 choices for "the most underrated" intros in rock today on The List. There is one tune that sits firmly at number one due to it's inventive use of crazy rock star screaming. The others are equally as astounding for subtler reasons.
Eminence Front-The Who-The rhythm section of John Entwistle and Kenny Jones make this songs one of the catchiest tunes to air drum to...I've got it down
Runnin' with the Devil-Van Halen-Big, fat American car horns for the intro...now that's thinkin outside the rock and roll box. VH1 named the tune the 9th best hard rock song ever.
Time-Pink Floyd-Clocks from an antique clock shop and Nick Mason on the rototoms create an expansive wall of Floyd sound. It was Alan Parsons idea (album engineer) to use the antique clocks. The soung started as an experiment in quadrophonic sound.
Are You Going My Way-Lenny Kravitz-Listen to Lenny play that guitar!
Penn State Scandal: Jerry Sandusky Rumored to Have 'Pimped' Boys to Donors and that Sandusky was told that he had to retire in exchange for a cover-up. If you look at the timeline...it makes sense... Click here to read the story on Huffington Post. Thoughts-Absolute Power Corrupts...Absolutely. These are the ways of major college sports, where the cover-up is a way of life. It's all about the Benjamin’s. The Penn State football program earned brought in over 50 million dollars last year. Whether it's recruiting violations due to booster misconduct or the hideous and unthinkable episode we are all talking about this week, the power of college football and the deification of our top coaches is a certain recipe for evil on some scale. And we still don't know who that then 10 year old boy is. Nobody thought to ask.