Whether it was played on harps, flutes, in the background when playing casino real money games, drums, guitars, or even the human voice, it has always had its place in our lives. There are countless songs out there, but only some stand out and become classics.
The Beatles – ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’
This song became an instant classic when it first came out. It was written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon for their band The Quarrymen and recorded at Apple Studios in Surrey. This means that no expense was spared to make this a great recording.
Wham! – ‘Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go’
Wham!’s biggest hit ever from 1984, which also features the big names, George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley. Written by George Michael with Andy Hill, it won the Ivor Novello Award (the UK’s Oscar) as the best song of 1984.
REM – ‘Losing My Religion
One of the most popular modern artists, to see real money slots players, his song was by the alternative rock group REM. They were formed in Boston Massachusetts in 1980.
Journey – ‘Don’t Stop Believin”
One of the most successful bands in history. Their debut album took them straight up to number 1 in the American charts. It sold over 40 million copies worldwide. In 1993 they released Discovery, which included a reissue of Don’t Stop Believin’.
Queen – ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
A classic song by Queen, who have been around since 1970 in various different line ups. Bohemian Rhapsody has two parts: Part I covers the story of Freddie Mercury’s life; whereas part II details his death through the use of rap.
Shania Twain – ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman
Shania Twain’s biggest-selling album to date remains 1997’s “The Woman In Me”. It went triple platinum in America and gold in Canada.
Lady Gaga – ‘Bad Romance
“Born this way” was written by Lady Gaga while she was still going under the name Stefani Germanotta. She later changed her surname after failing to find success under her birth name.
Madonna – ‘Holiday’
Madonna’s official website calls Holiday the singer’s magnum opus. Not bad considering she has sold more than 300 million records worldwide.
Music has given us so much throughout the years and we wouldn’t be here now without all these amazing musicians.