England does not have classical musicians but there are legendary rock bands that stormed the international music market in the late 20th century. England with deep air and aristocratic spirit It is unexpected that it is the country of the most intense rock bands.
1. Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd is Britain’s top band that reaches the perfect level of music. They are known for their psychedelic rock (space rock) style, which combines with highly philosophical lyrics, breakthroughs in improvisation, dramatic video clips, and creative album covers, of course indispensable the grandiose live show.
2. The Beatles
The Beatles can say that the band started British rock music. Starting with Skiffle, beat and rock’n’roll in the 50s, then moving to pop ballad, psychedelic and even hard rock, The Beatles were especially famous at the beginning of Rock music. They became symbols of not only British Rock but also the country’s modern music scene.
3. Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath is one of the most influential metal bands of all time and still works today. The music of Black Sabbath is a combination of mystical and horror elements, even colorful and witchcraft.
4. Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin was founded in London in 1968 and quickly impressed with intense sounds thanks to the sound of guitar, combined with blues and adventure elements. Led Zeppelin’s music is considered to be the origin of heavy metal even though they built their music base on blues and folk.
Queen was founded in 1970 in London. Opening their progressive rock career, hard rock and heavy metal, but then they developed the arena rock and pop rock style. Queen can be said to be the second most popular band after The Beatles.
6. The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones was founded in London in 1962, closely associated with the rock’n’roll style that blended blues and rhythm – a fairly complementary trend in the British Invasion period of the early 1960s. Not only is it popular with music, this band has a great influence on the band’s messy hair image later on.
Radiohead was founded in 1985 in Abingdon in Oxfordshire. The band’s first single was released in 1992 and quickly became a global hit. Their music content talked a lot about social corruption, especially the “OK Computer” album, which was popular in the late 90s.
8. The Who
The Who first appeared in 1964 and is considered the most influential band in the world. They are famous for their live singing ability and are described as “the greatest live band of the time”. They are also known for their pioneering performances of pioneering musical instruments.
9. The Kinks
The Kinks was founded in Muswell Hill, north of London by the Davies brothers in 1964. In the 1960s, they were the most influential band. They were banned from acting in the 1965s. They were particularly important in using the images of British culture in their compositions, so they were highly valued in promoting British culture and lifestyles. .