MdrnDayWarrior;1719395 said:Unknown Soldier by The Doors, and Five to One, but that one isn't a proven protest song, but it is damn good.
HyeJinx1984;1720204 said:By the way, am I the only one who thought Run Through the Jungle was a Steppenwolf song rather than a CCR song?
cherokeesam;1720336 said:Bite your tongue! CCR rocks.
HyeJinx1984;1720924 said:They both rock! Did you just insinuate that referring to something as steppenwolf-like is an insult??? :eek::eek::eek::mad:Steppenwolf = Best Band ever (well, not really... but close)
HyeJinx1984;1719316 said:After watching Tropic Thunder I realized something... I really, really dig Vietnam era protest rock, such as "Run Through the Jungle" and "For What It's Worth"... anything else you could suggest for me?
Fizzeler;1719371 said:Ohio by CSNY one of my favorite protest songs of all time and I agree protest songs do sound great (good example with For What It's Worth on your part) I think Hendrix had some protest songs, but can not remember any
cherokeesam;1719542 said:GIve Peace A Chance;
cherokeesam;1719542 said:Machine Gun by Jimi Hendrix
polishdog90;1723621 said:If you want to get into modern protest, check out Valient Thorr. They write some great songs.
dingdow;1723900 said:how about.......monster - stepping wolfthe fish cheer - country joe and fishgreat songs counrty joe & fish played at woodstock sailorman