Favourite song intros

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  1. Norman Stanley Fletcher

    Norman Stanley Fletcher Well-Known Member

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    Here’s something to think about over the next few days..... suggest your favourite song intros

    I’ll start. Street Fighting Man - The Stones
     
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    Smoke on the Water.. Deep Purple
     
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  3. Gil T Azell

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    Not saying it is my favourite song but Sweet Child of Mine is a fairly decent intro.
     
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    Wish you were here - Floyd
     
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    Love Spreads - The Stone Roses
     
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    Brilliant song. As are loads of Floyd.
     
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  7. Norman Stanley Fletcher

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    Excellent choice

    How about Lynard Skynard - Sweet Home Alabama
     
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    It's not technical like a lot of the prog rock stuff but I'm an Offering slut an this intro slingshots me into my gym routine once I've warmed up. Full blast mind ya. Helps me to start blowing off anger straight away.

     
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    All the young dudes mot the hoople
    And living thing elo
     
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    Bloody hell that must be early 70s is it? Was Virginia Plain before or after that?
     
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    Virginia Plain was before in 1972, Pyjamarama was 1973
     
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    Whisky in the Jar - Thin Lizzie
     
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    Telegraph Road, Dire Straits
     
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    I think I prefer Money’s intro! Class song though
     
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    Elephant stone by Stone Roses. The Libertines have good intros though not a big fan of them.
     
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  19. Gil T Azell

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    I borrowed that off a mate at school. Went home dinnertime, played it, f*cked school off that afternoon and went and bought the LP. Rock Bottom was my favourite on there.
     
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    & Freebird
     
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