It's My Life - The Animals
Gloria - Them
You Really Got Me - The Kinks
My Generation - The Who
Paint It Black - The Rolling Stones
I Am Waiting For The Man - The Velvet Underground
Suzy Q - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Back Home - Golden Earring
09) Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
Paranoid - Black Sabbath
Baby Jump - Mungo Jerry
Have You Ever Seen The Rain? - Creedence Clearwater Revival
Heart Of Gold - Neil Young
Hideaway - Cockney Rebel
Rock And Roll - Led Zeppelin
Jim Dandy - Black Oak Arkansas
Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - B.T.O
Proud Mary - Ike & Tina Turner
(Don't Fear) The Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Cocain - J.j. Cale
She`s Not There - Santana
I'll Meed You At Midnight - Smokie
Don't Bring Me Down - E.L.O
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