The most recognizable song intros of all time
'Back in Black' by AC/DC: -If there's an intro that make you smile and headbang immediately, it's 'Back in Black.'
Money for Nothing' by Dire Straits: -The words "I want my MTV," followed by a crescendo and Mark Knopfler's epic guitar riff.
'Folsom Prison Blues' by Johnny Cash: -The guitar line, followed by the Man in Black's iconic percussive guitar strumming.
'Billie Jean' by Michael Jackson: -A simple drum beat and an iconic synth line. It's all it takes to make us tap our feet and click.
'Smells Like Teen Spirit' by Nirvana: -Bands such as Nirvana have many instantly recognizable song intros. '
'Eye of the Tiger' by Survivor: -Released in 1982 and famously part of the soundtrack of 'Rocky III,' 'Eye of the Tiger'
Sweet Child O'Mine' by Guns N' Roses: -Slash's iconic guitar intro was originally an exercise he did to warm up his fingers.
'The Final Countdown' by Europe: -The year was 1986. Hard rock Swedish band Europe released a song.
'Imagine' by John Lennon: -It's (almost) impossible to not recognize the beautiful piano intro to 'Imagine.'
'Sweet Home Alabama' by Lynyrd Skynyrd: -The intro the this southern rock classic is instantly recognizable.