Hidden away inside the back cover of Classic Rock 200 is a free CD that contains some of the music that's sountracked the magazine's existence.
Issue 200: What's on the free CD?
The free CD that comes with Classic Rock 200 is the soundtrack of our life, from Journey to Dio and Slash
Take Journey's Don't Stop Believin'. It may have been recorded in 1981, but it's taken on a life of its own in the last two decades. It's become a regular feature at US sporting events, plays over the closing moments of The Sopranos, dominates the TV series Glee, and is a highlight of the musical Rock of Ages. It's even been covered by Steel Panther. So that's why it's on the CD.
Then there are those who we watched grow up during our lifetime, like Joe Bonamassa, Porcupine Tree and Black Stone Cherry. There are those who returned, like Mott the Hoople. And there are those we lost, like Dio. Everything's here for a reason.
Here's the full track listing.
Journey — Don’t Stop Believin’ (Live In Houston ‘81)
Alice Cooper — I’ll Bite Your Face Off
Slash With Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators — Anastasia
Dio — Rainbow In The Dark (Live)
Joe Bonamassa — The Ballad Of John Henry
Ginger — Baby Skies
Black Stone Cherry — Bad Luck And Hard Love
Porcupine Tree — Open Car (Live)
Stone Temple Pilots — Black Heart
Von Hertzen Brothers — Flowers And Rust
Killing Joke — European Super State
All The Young Dudes (Live)
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