Hit the Spin with Top 10 R’n’R Hits of All Time


Originated in the US during the late 1940’s and early 1950’s, rock ’n’ roll music is arguably the most influential music genre in history. Gambling, on the other hand, is a much older social phenomenon, dating back to the Paleolithic period. What do we get when we put these two together? Awesome rock and roll themed online slots could be the answer. So, let’s have a look at some exquisite songs and then you can hit the spin with top 10 r’n’r hits of all time. Shall we?

  1. Stairway to Heaven

Is it necessary to mention the band standing behind this brilliant creation? Led Zeppelin made what is considered by most people the no. 1 rock song of all time. With an unforgettable guitar solo and eight minutes of pure magic, this song deserves to be the ultimate rock champion.

  1. Bohemian Rhapsody

Made by the legendary Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody did something most other songs can only dream of. The song reached number 1 in the UK charts twice nearly 20 years apart. It also managed to position Queen as one of the most beloved bands in the world.

  1. Free Bird

Released in 1973, Free Bird is one of the iconic songs of the band called Lynyrd Skynyrd. It is interesting to know that Allen Collins, one of the founding members and guitarists of the band, used his girlfriend’s question “If I leave here tomorrow, would you still remember me?” as the opening line of the song.

  1. Smoke on the Water

The story of a burning casino transferred into a massive rock hit with a fantastic central theme played by guitarist Ritchie Blackmore is a world famous song by the English band Deep Purple. The riff played in the song later became known as the greatest riff ever.

  1. Comfortably Numb

Comfortably numb is another epic song that comes from Pink Floyd, an equally epic band. It first appeared on their 1979 double album The Wall, and it is renowned for its outstanding guitar solos played by a guitar genius David Gilmour.

  1. Kashmir

Kashmir is a masterpiece concert staple song by the aforementioned English band Led Zeppelin. “Listen to the music and play the game” could be the headline of your perfect afternoon spent on playing slot games and listening to Zeppelin’s unique Kashmir.

  1. Stargazer

This long, great track comes from Rainbow’s fifth album named Rising and has some fabulous guitar and drum solos. The band Rainbow was founded by Ritchie Blackmore, guitarist and one of the founding members of Deep Purple. Stargazer tells a story of a wizard who attempts to fly by constructing a tower to the stars.

  1. All Right Now

Composed by the English rock band Free, the song was a no. 1 hit in over 20 territories and it reached top positions on both UK singles chart and US Billboard Hit 100 singles charts. In addition, since 1972 the track has been used as a fight song of Stanford University athletic teams.

  1. Whole Lotta Love

Yes, Led Zeppelin dominates this list and Whole Lotta Love presents the opening track on their second album called Led Zeppelin II. A valuable curiosity related to this song is that it was the last song Led Zeppelin ever played live before their later reunions in 1985, 1988 and 2007.

  1. Won’t Get Fooled Again

Eight and a bit minutes of Won’t Get Fooled Again played by The Who reached the top 10 in the UK and the song has been used for various TV shows and movies, as well as for some political campaigns. The fun fact is that it was originally intended for a rock opera named Lifehouse.

It is difficult to match every person’s taste but according to the popularity of these ten songs, they could be easily voted the top 10 rock and roll hits of all time. While listening to them, enjoy playing some top-notch rock related online games and have fun.