Lets take a rock and roll journey around the globe.?

Name me a song (must be ROCK or METAL) that has a Town/city or specific location in the TITLE (not just mentioned in the song)

A highway name or country name will also count.


JJ I have never heard of that, I'll have to check it out, cool!

Hamback - great picks thanks!

Silver Rose Wolf - Wow, cool choices!

vtd288 - another set of interesting choices thanks so much!

b4bill - I have not heard that in years! interesting pick.

migh - very cool!

Update 2:

misty - alex harvey, cool pick!

21 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    A lot of ones I would've chosen got mentioned already but...

    X "Los Angeles"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Rolling Stones "Route 66"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Dead Kennedys "Holiday in Cambodia"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Dead Kennedys "Viva Las Vegas"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Depeche Mode "Route 66"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    UK Subs "New York State Police"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Rocket from the Tombs "30 seconds over Tokyo"


    Youtube thumbnail

    Iggy Pop "Houston is Hot Tonight"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Gun Club "Las Vegas Story"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds "Tupelo"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Chrome "Jonestown"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Fuzztones "Ward 81"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    UK Subs "Party in Paris"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Nomads "Bangkok"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Bad Brains "Banned In D.C."-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Capitol Punishment "El Salvador"-


    Youtube thumbnail

    Flat Duo Jets "Riot in Cell Block 9"


    Youtube thumbnail

  • Teresa
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    The music today just does not have the right stuff. Most guys voices are famine. The sound is to condensed. Three lead or rather guitars no real beat. The beauty of real Rock was how the songs were put together. They had the bas a lead guitar the bass the drums and the lead singer. Every instrument had it's place and the instruments complemented each other. Back ground singers a horn section and keyboard. Not one instrument drowned out the other. That is why they say the beatles were not great musicians. They worked a song together. The stones started out doing ballads and then learned to write. Zepplin was awesome. Pink Floyd was so unique. You people that say that rock ran it's coarse are wrong. Steak has been around forever. I'd rather have a good steak ove minced meat. Like steak, prime rib they are timeless. And I'll take 2 hours of rock over condensed noise and fireworks cause today's music they need the pyro tropics to desert you from the noise. The same holds true for the blues Motown and soul over Rap.

  • 1 decade ago

    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Viva Las Vegas - Elvis and ZZ Top

    New Orleans - Gillan

    Hotel California - Eagles

    Detroit Rock City - Kiss

    Back In The New York Groove - Ace Frehley

    Queen Of New Orleans - Bon Jovi

    My Woman From Tokyo - Deep Purple

    Going To California - Led Zeppelin

    Arizona - The Scorpians

    Breakfast In America - Supertramp

    Rocky Mountain Way - Joe Walsh

    Back In The USSR - The Beatles

  • vtd288
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    London Calling - The Clash

    A Passage to Bangkok- Rush

    Kashmir - Led Zeppelin

    All the Way From Memphis - Mott the Hoople

    Cleveland Rocks - Ian Hunter

    Discovering Japan - Graham Parker and The Rumour

    Woman from Tokyo - Deep Purple

    Hong Kong Garden - Siouxsie and The Banshees

    San Tropez - Pink Floyd

    Still in Hollywood - Concrete Blonde

  • How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer.
  • 1 decade ago

    Bobcaygeon - The Tragically Hip

    Lakeside Park - Rush

    Heaven in Nova Scotia - Big Sugar

    A Passage to Bangkok - Rush

    Bangkok Rain - The Cult

    New York City - The Cult

    Going to California - Led Zeppelin

    Big Sur - Deconstruction

    Detroit '67 - Sam Roberts

  • 1 decade ago

    Boston Tea Party - Alex Harvey Band

  • Lucy
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Coming Into Los Angeles - Arlo Guthrie

    Oh Atlanta - Little Feat

    Tobacco Road - The Animals

  • 1 decade ago

    'Streets of London' ~ Blackmore's Night {cover}

    'Baker Street' ~ Gerry Rafferty

    'Nutbush City Limits' ~ Tina Turner

    'Scarborough Fair' ~ Simon and Garfunkel {or many others}

    'New York City' ~ The Cult

    'Woodstock' ~ CSN {cover}

    'Shanghai'd in Shanghai' ~ Nazareth

    '1692 (Glen Coe Massacre)' ~ Nazareth

    'Docklands' ~ Stevie Nicks {there's an area in London with that name}

    'Walking in Memphis' ~ Marc Cohn

    'T for Texas' ~ Lynyrd Skynyrd

    'Sweet Home Alabama' ~ Lynyrd Skynyrd

    'Nottamun Town' ~ Fairport Convention

    'Banks of the Nile' ~ Fotheringay

    'London Conversation' ~ John Martyn

  • 1 decade ago

    If this dose not count it should as its a pure classic

    The House Of The Rising Sun

    By The Animals

  • PJ
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Ghosts Along the Mississippi by Down

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Memphis, Tennessee by Chuck Berry.

Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.