British Invasion Hits Of The 60’s

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Here we look back at the best British Invasion hits in which made these rock bands Rock and Roll Hall of Famers.

 

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10. The Who – “I Can See For Miles”

Some people say this was the inspiration for the sound of Helter Skelter by The Beatles.

 

9. The Zombies – ‘She’s Not There’

You know it, she’s not there, but the sixties’ music is the best.

8. The Kinks – ‘All Day and All of the Night’

One of the greatest 60’s band ever, and this song rocks!

7. The Rolling Stones – ‘Paint It Black’

The producer one asked the Stones, “how much black do you want?” and the Stones replied, “all of it.”

6. The Animals – ‘The House of the Rising Sun’

The music that never gets old.

5. The Beatles – ‘She Loves You’

And she loves them, eventually, hear those girls screaming?

4. The Kinks – ‘You Really Got Me’

The best thing to happen to rock n’ roll music, the British invasion. And the Kinks really got us with this song.

3. The Who – ‘My Generation’

The song for the youth, and it’s better than the music today.

2. The Beatles – ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’

They only wanted to hold our hands, but instead, they captured our hearts.

1. The Rolling Stones – “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”

The truth is I can’t get no satisfaction from today’s music.

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