And there's Judas Priest's Painkiller. Honestly i think the guitars and all SOOO bad ass, but the vocals i can't really stand.
That's just two songs from a list that can be pretty long lol.
Most Helpful Guy
Rock and Roll doctor by Black Sabbath. They were on a down hill spiral when that was made. Never Say Die was their nail in the coffin. Literally, because after that Ozzy leaves. Arguably, Heaven and Hell was a good album, but is Black Sabbath without Ozzy even Sabbath? I don't know. Certain bands have people come and go and it's fine. But it has to be the right members. Brian Johnson was a great singer to take on the roll that once belonged to the late Bon Scott, and we still called them AC/DC. Brian Johnson and Malcolm Young go down, some would argue it's just a cover band with Angus now. I'm biased towards Ozzy, so I unfairly say Black Sabbath isn't Sabbath without him. At least I admit it.1
Most Helpful Girl
Disturbed is my fave band, so the song that immediately comes to mind for me is Down With The Sickness.
I absolutely hate that track. As albums have gone by they've gotten progressively better each time. Less and less of the stupid noises and more interesting, more meaningful lyrics. Yet any time I mention Disturbed to someone they immediately reply 'Oh, I know them! Down with the sickness! Ooh, wah-ah-ah-ah!'.
No, fuck off, they have way better tracks than that.1