Officially entering the world of record trade is not easy for any musician, which is why the release of the debut album is probably the most important moment for those who dream of working with music.
In 2013, the music magazine Rolling Stone compiled the ranking of the 100 best debut albums. This is the methodology: some albums were excluded if the artist then accomplished even greater feats, while debut albums with incredible success were highlighted that were subsequently no longer equaled by their artists.
Also excluded from the ranking are debut albums by solo artists by musicians who were already known in band (e.g. John Lennon). Here are the top ten positions.
Very short, but intense: some songs last only a few minutes (or even a few seconds), but are enough to remain in the history of rock and music in general.
In this ranking, we find some of the most famous rock songs, but also those of shorter overall length.
These songs include some famous ones by artists such as RHCP, Led Zeppelin and, of course, The Beatles, who are somehow always present when it comes to charts.
Here are some of the shortest songs in rock history!