Recommended Music: Rock, hard Rock or Metal
Looks like a lot of other genres have been touched on but haven't seen this group yet. I'm new to Sonos...had my Play 5 for a month then it lost its WiFi ability...they are sending me a new one. Love the sound, but from these genres, what has really stood out to play on my Sonos? Thanks
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I would think a lot of Rush would sound really good on Sonos, along with Yes and maybe some Eagles.
A couple of great blues-rock albums then:
1. Blue and Lonesome - The Rolling Stones
2. The Sky is Crying - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Many more to come:-)
Blackwater Park by Opeth (progressive death metal)
Leviathan by Mastodon (progressive sludge metal)
Haiduk - 'Evil Art'
That's all that needs to be said.
cosmic blackened death metal
Was just listening to Renaissance’s Song for Scheherazade on a pair of PLAY:5s. Annie Haslam’s voice is incredible, and the musical talents of all of the group really shines on this track.
Great voice, Annie Haslam's. Northern Lights is a long-time favourite track.
On the metal end of things I would like to suggest a now defunct British heavy metal band, The Darkness. What I liked about The Darkness was that they produced some excellent tracks (IMO) while still managing to parody the genre.
I would suggest 'I Believe in a Thing Called Love', 'Love is Only a Feeling' and 'Friday Night'.
There is also an excellent Christmas record parody. It's worth tracking down the video for that one on YouTube.