Hard Rock

Hard rock is strongly influenced by blues music the most frequently used scale in hard rock is the pentatonic, which is a typical blues scale. Unlike traditional rock and roll (which takes elements of the "old" blues), hard rock incorporates elements of "British blues", a style of blues played with more modern instruments such as electric guitars, drums, keyboards and electric bass. A notable departure from traditional blues forms is that hard rock is seldom restricted to the I, IV, and V chords prevalent in twelve or sixteen bar blues, but includes other chords, typically major chords rooted on tones of the minor scale. The term "hard rock" is often applied to many styles of rock music, their only common feature being that they deviate from pop rock, though this is generally incorrect. Two such examples are punk rock and grunge. Punk rock uses a faster tempo, less melody, fewer riffs (often using power chords), more aggression and anti-establishment lyrics.

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AC-DC

Hard Rock - Australia
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Motörhead

Hard Rock - United-Kingdom
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Led Zeppelin

Hard Rock - United-Kingdom
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Guns N' Roses

Hard Rock - USA
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Scorpions

Hard Rock - Germany
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Kiss

Hard Rock - USA
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Deep Purple

Hard Rock - United-Kingdom
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Alice Cooper

Hard Rock - USA
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Van Halen

Hard Rock - USA
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Aerosmith

Hard Rock - USA
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Mötley Crüe

Hard Rock - USA
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Lordi

Hard Rock - Finland
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