When talking about rock music it generally refers to a genre of music that originated as rock and roll and was most mostly influenced by country music, blues, rhythm and importantly the electric blues and folk. This kind of music originated in the United States of America in the year 1940’s and 1950’s and it usually influenced the use of music instruments from jazz, classical and the electrical guitar. Rock songs normally puts their emphasis on the live performances, musicianship and importantly the ideology of authenticity. In the following discussion we are going to look at some of the top songs for the month of October, November and December 2016.
“The sound of the silence”
The song first appeared in Disturbed’s immortalized track listing and serious caused confusion and worry on the marketers and singers of the song on how it will do on the market. All the worry and confusion was cleared up on the air when the fans heard the song and responded positively to it. The song is known to have been sang by vocalists such as David Draiman, Simon and Garfunkel.
The song was sang by the band known as Deftones and it’s actually one of their top hit rock song since they commenced their career. The song came out by the name “heavy and soothing” and really brought confusion to most listeners on what it exactly meant but luckily the band came out and categorically said that the song was all about dealing with the demons inside.
“Take me down”
This song was actually sang by Taylor Momsen and the lady really got the best of herself in the song. The band that sang the song is known by the name Pretty Reckless and actually the band got their right pick from the success of their previous album. Momsen’s soulful deliverance in the song makes the song sound really good and actually makes it to be one of the year’s best songs.
“My Name is Human”
The rock song was sang by the band Highly Suspect and their theme when they were producing this song was personal identity and human connection. One of the best vocalists in the rock song is John Stevens who delivers rhythmically through the verses before he earnestly connects it with an emotional delivery in the section of the chorus.