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There was plenty be be exited about with the game this year, blackout & halftime show notwithstanding (speaking of Blackout...Scorpions for the 2014 Super Bowl halftime!! Let's make this happen...). The 49ers and Ravens both played a helluva game and I'm actually very satisfied with Baltimore's barely-adequate defense of the Steelers' status as the lone 6-time champions. We had a pretty impressive line-up of commercials, too!
Since I'm not moved by dead broadcasters & farmers (Ram) or Man/Horse love (Bud), my list probably doesn't match most of the top 5 lists. This is merely my humble opinion of the most Rock & Roll spots that ran this year.
5. Hundai 'Team', featuring "Metal Health" - You can't go wrong with Quiet Riot. Plus these kids are bad ass.
4. Jack In The Box 'Hot Mess/One Hit Wonder' - Full-on Steel Panther-inspired and we almost get to see Jack's wife's rack. The Jack guitar faces aren't half bad either.
3. Mercedes 'Soul' - Willem Defoe as the devil + Kate Upton + Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" (including Jimmy Page's guitar solo) is a pretty damn solid combination. (Usher...respect)
2. Two Broke Girls 'Superbowl Spectacular' - What more do you need to know? Two hot girls, doing what they do naturally with the official anthem of the Canadian Ballet is played...head for the pole.
1. GoDaddy 'Perfect Match' - There is no rock & roll in this ad, but the sound effects when Bar & Nerd are kissing is so stomach churning that I have to just call it punk rock. Well played, GoDaddy... (I heard the kissing scene required 45 takes. That lucky sumbitch...)