If you'd picked up a pen at the end of last year and listed the things to look forward to in , you'd have been spoiled for choice. The fruits of Guns N' Roses ' long-awaited return to the studio, maybe. A new Deep Purple album, definitely. Plus a plethora of releases from rock's rising stars.
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If some of what made our list comes from artists not necessarily considered "rock," perhaps it's because the genre gave them the best opportunity to vent their frustrations. On the brighter side, it definitely has to do with the continued breakdown of genre barriers that's left list makers a bit confused, but artists free to experiment more than ever. Post Malone feat. He called upon the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, to add a jolt of authenticity, while fellow Texan Travis Scott floats above the melancholic production. On the track, she explores the realm of grungy alternative-rock, even letting a growl out at the top of the chorus.
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