For those of you who are about to rock, we salute you. Welcome one and all to the shreddiest of shredding, the riffiest of riffing, and the rockiest of rocking, music playlists.
We have climbed mountains of which there were none high enough, gathered no moss as we rolled, and wrestled with crocodile rocks to bring you this list of star-studded songs.
The success of our robot-themed playlist last month put the pressure on to deliver once more. And deliver we have. We have cleared the slate and the Chisel’s are Cold.
On our journey to find the diamonds in the rough, we had some help from a true rockstar, Dr Mark ‘The Rock Doc’ Pearce. He left no stone unturned in making his choices and added his favourites to the list, so you know it’s solid.
This playlist is going to make you feel boulder, so don’t quarry, be happy.
Rock on with our best rock songs?
When he’s not rocking the suburbs, you will find The Rock Doc researching micro and nano-scale rock samples to understand the geological processes associated with mineral deposits.
He’s currently working as part of the Advanced Resource Characterisation Facility with colleagues at Curtin University and The University of Western Australia. Together they’re applying new techniques to analyse Australian minerals. Like creating 3D digital rocks. Looking at samples on the atomic scale allows the team to better understand the spread of elements in rocks. When this is combined with larger scale analysis, this gives us a better picture of what’s going on beneath our feet.
20th November 2019 at 11:04 am
20th November 2019 at 10:06 am
Bother he should have posted it in Rock-tober. Anyone remember the Sydney rock festival in October during the 1970-1980’s
14th November 2019 at 11:51 am
Excellent Listening – thank you
8th November 2019 at 3:06 pm
Stone Free by Hendrix
Help I’m A Rock by The Mothers Of Invention
4th November 2019 at 11:53 am
New York Mining Disaster by the Bee Gees
The Ballad of Spring Hill by Peter Paul and Mary