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20th Century – Complete List By Year

1927 (1)

“Potato Head Blues,” Louis Armstrong

 

1928 (4)

“The Big Rock Candy Mountain,” Harry McClintock

“Blue Yodel,” Jimmie Rodgers

“Stealin’, Stealin’,” Memphis Jug Band

“West End Blues,” Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five

 

1929 (1)

“The Coo Coo Bird,” Clarence Ashley

 

1930 (2)

“Blue Yodel #9 (Standing on the Corner),” Jimmie Rodgers

“Mule Skinner Blues,” Jimmie Rodgers

 

1932 (1)

“It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing),” Duke Ellington

 

1935 (1)

“Can the Circle be Unbroken (By and By),” Carter Family

 

1936 (1)

“Wabash Cannonball,” Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseans.

 

1939 (3)

“Over the Rainbow,” Judy Garland

“Strange Fruit,” Billie Holiday

“Truck Driver’s Blues,” Cliff Bruner and His Boys

 

1940 (2)

“Down the Road a Piece,” Will Bradley Trio

“New San Antonio Rose,” Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

 

1941 (3)
“Gloomy Sunday,” Billie Holiday

“Take Me Back to Tulsa,” Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys

“Walking the Floor Over You,” Ernest Tubb

 

1942 (1)

“Wreck on the Highway,” Roy Acuff

 

1943 (1)

“Ain’t Misbehavin’,” Fats Waller

 

1944 (2)

“I’ll Be Seeing You,” Billie Holiday

“Where Did You Sleep Last Night,” Lead Belly

 

1945 (2)

“Caldonia,” Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

“Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?,” Billie Holiday

 

1946 (2)

“Choo Choo Ch’Boogie,” Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

“The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You),” The King Cole Trio with String Choir

 

1947 (2)

“La vie en rose,” Édith Piaf

“Move It On Over,” Hank Williams

 

1948 (1)

“I Saw the Light,” Hank Williams

 

1949 (5)

“Drinkin’ Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee,” “Stick” McGhee and His Buddies

“I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” Hank Williams

“Lost Highway,” Hank Williams

“Rock Awhile,” Goree Carter & His Hepcats

“Rock This Joint,” Jimmy Preston and His Prestonians

“Saturday Night Fish Fry,” Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

 

1950 (3)

“If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got the Time),” Lefty Frizzell

“Life is So Peculiar,” Louis Armstrong with Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five

“Why Don’t You Love Me,” Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys

 

1951 (5)

“Hey Good Lookin’,” Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys

“How Many More Years,” Howlin’ Wolf

“I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still in Love with You),” Hank Williams

“I’m a Man of Constant Sorrow,” The Stanley Brothers

“This Land is Your Land,” Woody Guthrie

 

1952 (4)

“Jambalaya (On the Bayou),” Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys

“Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” Lloyd Price

“These Foolish Things,” Billie Holiday

“You Win Again,” Hank Williams

 

1953 (3)

“There Stands the Glass,” Webb Pierce

“Tipitina,” Professor Longhair

“Your Cheatin’ Heart,” Hank Williams

 

1954 (6)

“Blue Moon of Kentucky,” Elvis Presley

“Good Rockin’ Tonight,” Elvis Presley

“I Got a Woman,” Ray Charles and His Band

“Sh-Boom,” The Chords

“Shake, Rattle, and Roll,” Big Joe Turner

“That’s All Right,” Elvis Presley

 

1955 (12)
“Ain’t That a Shame,” Fats Domino

“At My Front Door,” The El Dorados

“Bo Diddley,” Bo Diddley

“Dust My Blues,” Elmore James and His “Broom Dusters”

“Hey Porter,” Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two

“In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning,” Frank Sinatra

“Maybellene,” Chuck Berry

“Manish Boy,” Muddy Waters

“Mystery Train,” Elvis Presley

“Need Your Love So Bad,” Little Willie John

“Speedoo,” The Cadillacs

“(We’re Gonna) Rock Around the Clock,” Bill Haley and the Comets

 

1956 (31)

“At the Hop,” Danny and the Juniors

“Be-Bop-A-Lula,” Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps

“Blue Monday,” Fats Domino

“Blue Suede Shoes,” Carl Perkins

“Blueberry Hill,” Fats Domino

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Don’t Be Cruel,” Elvis Presley

“Drown in My Own Tears,” Ray Charles

“Fever,” Little Willie John

“The Great Pretender,” The Platters

“Heartbreak Hotel,” Elvis Presley

“Hound Dog,” Elvis Presley

“I Can’t Quit You Baby,” Otis Rush

“I Put a Spell on You,” Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

“I Walk the Line,” Johnny Cash

“In the Still of the Nite,” The Five Satins

“Just One More,” George Jones

“Let the Good Times Roll,” Shirley and Lee

“Lonely Avenue,” Ray Charles His Orchestra and Chorus

“Long Tall Sally,” Little Richard

“Mack the Knife,” Louis Armstong

“Ready Teddy,” Little Richard

“Roll over Beethoven,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Ruby, Are You Mad?,” The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen

“Smoke Stack Lightnin’,” Howlin’ Wolf

“Too Much Monkey Business,” Chuck Berry and his Combo

“Train Kept A-Rollin’,” The Johnny Burnette Trio

“Tutti-Frutti,” Little Richard

“Who Do You Love?,” Bo Diddley

“Why Do Falls Fall in Love,” Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

“You Can’t Catch Me,” Chuck Berry

 

1957 (25)

“All Shook Up,” Elvis Presley

“Bye Bye Love,” The Everly Brothers

“Down in the Alley,” The Clovers

“Fools Fall in Love,” The Drifters

“Got My Mojo Working”, Muddy Waters

“I Got a Rocket in My Pocket,” Jimmy Lloyd

“I’m a King Bee,” Slim Harpo

“I’m Walkin’,” Fats Domino

“Jailhouse Rock,” Elvis Presley

“Keep a Knockin’,” Little Richard

“Little Queenie,” Chuck Berry

“Love Is Strange,” Mickey and Sylvia

“Oh Boy!,” The Crickets

“Peggy Sue,” Buddy Holly

“Rock and Roll Music,” Chuck Berry

“Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu,” Huey “Piano” Smith and the Clowns.

“School Day,” Chuck Berry

“Susie Q,” Dale Hawkins

“That’ll Be the Day,” The Crickets

“Think,” The “5” Royales

“Wake Up Little Susie,” The Everly Brothers

“Walkin’ After Midnight,” Patsy Cline

“Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“You Send Me,” Sam Cooke

“Young Blood,” The Coasters

 

1958 (18)

“All I Have to Do is Dream,” The Everly Brothers

“Carol,” Chuck Berry

“Color of the Blues,” George Jones

“Good Golly, Miss Molly,” Little Richard

“Great Balls of Fire,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“I Still Miss Someone,” Johnny Cash

“Johnny B. Goode,” Chuck Berry

“La Bamba,” Ritchie Valens

“A Lover’s Question,” Clyde McPhatter

“Rave On,” Buddy Holly

“Rumble,” Link Wray and His Ray Men

“Since I Don’t Have You,” The Skyliners

“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” The Platters

“Summertime Blues,” Eddie Cochran

“Sweet Little Sixteen,” Chuck Berry

“Twilight Time,” The Platters

“Well…All Right,” Buddy Holly

“Willie and the Hand Jive,” Johnny Otis

 

1959 (19)

“Back in the U.S.A.,” Chuck Berry

“Brand New Cadillac,” Vince Taylor & His Playboys

“Charlie Brown,” The Coasters

“Heartaches by the Number,” Ray Price

“I Only Have Eyes for You,” The Flamingos

“Kansas City,” Wilbert Harrison

“The Long Black Veil,” Lefty Frizzell

“Love Potion No. 9,” The Clovers

“Memphis, Tennessee,” Chuck Berry

“Money (That’s What I Want),” Barrett Strong

“Only Sixteen,” Sam Cooke

“Sea of Love,” Phil Phillips with the Twilights

“Shout,” The Isley Brothers

“Stagger Lee,” Lloyd Price

“Sweet Little Rock and Roller,” Chuck Berry

“Take Five,” The Dave Brubek Quartert

“A Teenager in Love,” Dion and the Belmonts

“There Goes My Baby,” The Drifters

“What I’d Say,” Ray Charles

 

1960 (20)

“At Last,” Etta James

“Cathy’s Clown,” The Everly Brothers

“Chain Gang,” Sam Cooke

“Georgia on My Mind,” Ray Charles

“Lead Me On,” Bobby Bland

“Let It Rock,” Chuck Berry

“Little Maggie,” The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys

“New Orleans,” Gary U.S. Bonds

“Night Life,” Willie Nelson

“Only the Lonely (Know the Way I Feel),” Roy Orbison

“Save the Last Dance for Me,” The Drifters

“Shakin’ All Over,” Johnny Kidd and the Pirates

“Shop Around,” The Miracles

“The Sky is Crying,” Elmore James

“Stand by Me,” Ben E. King

“Stay,” Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs

“A Sunday Kind of Love,” Etta James

“Trust in Me,” Etta James

“Walk, Don’t Run,” The Ventures

“Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” The Shirelles

 

1961 (15)

“Crazy,” Patsy Cline

“Crying,” Roy Orbison

“Hello Mary Lou,” Ricky Nelson

“I Fall to Pieces,” Patsy Cline

“My Favorite Things,” John Coltrane

“Please Mr. Postman,” The Marvalettes

“Quarter to Three,” Gary U.S. Bonds

“Runaround Sue,” Dion

“Runaway,” Del Shannon

“Tender Years,” George Jones

“Travelin’ Man,” Ricky Nelson

“Turn on Your Love Light,” Bobby Bland

“The Wanderer,” Dion

“Ya Ya,” Lee Dorsey

“You Don’t Miss Your Water,” William Bell

 

1962 (13)

“Anna (Go to Him),” Arthur Alexander

“Bring It On Home to Me,” Sam Cooke

“Duke of Earl,” Gene Chandler

“Green Onions,” Booker T. & the M.G.’s

“Having a Party,” Sam Cooke

“I’m Blue (The Gong-Gong Song),” The Ikettes

“The Loco-Motion,” Little Eva

“She Thinks I Still Care,” George Jones

“She’s Got You,” Patsy Cline

“Twistin’ the Night Away,” Sam Cooke

“You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover,” Bo Diddley

“You Don’t Know Me,” Ray Charles

“You’ve Really Got A Hold on Me,” The Miracles

 

1963 (26)

“All My Loving,” The Beatles

“Baby, I Love You,” The Ronettes

“Be My Baby,” The Ronettes

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” Darlene Love

“Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,” Bob Dylan

“Fingertips (Part 2),” Stevie Wonder

“Girl from the North Country,” Bob Dylan

“A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall,” Bob Dylan

“Harlem Shuffle,” Bob & Earl

“Heat Wave,” Martha and the Vandellas

“I Only Want to Be with You,” Dusty Springfield

“I Saw Her Standing There,” The Beatles

“I Want to Hold Your Hand,” The Beatles

“It’s All Right,” The Impressions

“Louie Louie,” The Kingsmen

“On Broadway,” The Drifters

“One Fine Day,” The Chiffons

“Please Please Me,” The Beatles

“Prisoner of Love,” James Brown

“She Loves You,” The Beatles

“Surfer Girl,” The Beach Boys

“Surfin’ Bird,” The Trashmen

“Then He Kissed Me,” The Crystals

“Twist and Shout,” The Beatles

“Up on the Roof,” The Drifters

“You’re No Good,” Betty Everett

 

1964 (40)

“All Day and All of the Night,” The Kinks

“Baby Please Don’t Go,” Them

“Don’t Worry Baby,” The Beach Boys

“California Sun,” The Rivieras

“Can’t Buy Me Love,” The Beatles

“Dancing in the Street,” Martha and the Vandellas

“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood,” The Animals

“Every Little Bit Hurts,” Brenda Holloway

“Everybody Needs Somebody to Love,” Solomon Burke

“Farmer John,” The Premiers

“Getting Might Crowded,” Betty Everett

“Gloria,” Them

“A Hard Day’s Night,” The Beatles

“Hi-Heel Sneakers,” Tommy Tucker

“The House of the Rising Sun,” The Animals

“How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You),” Marvin Gaye

“I Can’t Explain,” The Who

“I Feel Fine,” The Beatles

“I Get Around,” The Beach Boys

“I’m A Loser,” The Beatles

“The Leader of the Pack,” The Shangri-Las

“Mean Woman Blues,” Jerry Lee Lewis

“My Girl,” The Temptations

“My Girl Sloopy,” Vibrations

“My Guy,” Mary Wells

“Needles and Pins,” The Searchers

“No Particular Place to Go,” Chuck Berry

“Not Fade Away,” The Rolling Stones

“Nowhere to Run,” Martha & the Vandellas

“Oh, Pretty Woman,” Roy Orbison

“Promised Land,” Chuck Berry

“She’s Not There,” The Zombies

“Things We Said Today,” The Beatles

“Under the Boardwalk,” The Drifters

“Voice Your Choice ,” The Radiants

“Where Did Our Love Go,” The Supremes

“Wooly Bully,” Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs

“You Never Can Tell,” Chuck Berry

“You Really Got Me,” The Kinks

“You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” The Righteous Brothers

 

1965 (38)

“Ain’t That Peculiar,” Marvin Gaye

“Bob Dylan’s 115th Dream,” Bob Dylan

“California Dreamin’,” The Mamas & The Papas

“California Girls,” The Beach Boys

“A Change is Gonna Come,” Sam Cooke

“Day Tripper,” The Beatles

“Dead End Street,” The Kinks

“Do You Believe in Magic,” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“Get Off of My Cloud,” Rolling Stones

“Help!,” The Beatles

“Highway 61 Revisited,” Bob Dylan

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” The Rolling Stones

“I Fought the Law,” The Bobby Fuller Four

“I Got You (I Feel Good),” James Brown

“In My Life,” Beatles

“In the Midnight Hour,” Wilson Pickett

“I’ve Been Loving You Too Long,” Otis Redding

“The Kids Are Alright,” The Who

“King of the Road,” Roger Miller

“The Last Time,” The Rolling Stones

“Let Me Down Easy,” Bettye LaVette

“Like A Rolling Stone,” Bob Dylan

“Maggie’s Farm,” Bob Dylan

“My Generation,” The Who

“Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown),” The Beatles

“Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag,” James Brown

“People Get Ready,” Impressions

“She’s About A Mover,” Sir Douglas Quintet

“Shotgun,” Jr. Walker and the All Stars

“Stop! In The Name Of Love,” The Supremes

“Subterranean Homesick Blues,” Bob Dylan

“Take Me,” George Jones

“Till the End of the Day,” The Kinks

“The Tracks of My Tears,” The Miracles

“Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)” The Byrds

“We Gotta Get Out Of This Place,” The Animals

“Yes, I’m Ready,” Barbara Mason

“Yesterday,” The Beatles

 

1966 (43)

“19th Nervous Breakdown,” The Rolling Stones

“96 Tears,” Question Mark and the Mysterians

“Ain’t Too Proud To Beg,” The Temptations

“The Bottle Let Me Down,” Merle Haggard

“Bus Stop,” The Hollies

“Don’t Come Home A’ Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind),” Loretta Lynn

“Eight Miles High,” The Byrds

“Eleanor Rigby,” The Beatles

“Gimme Some Lovin’,” The Spencer Davis Group

“God Only Knows,” Beach Boys

“Good Vibrations,” The Beach Boys

“Got to Get You into My Life,” The Beatles

“Here, There and Everywhere,” The Beatles

“Hold On, I’m Coming,” Sam and Dave

“The Hunter Gets Captured By the Game,” The Marvalettes

“(I Know) I’m Losing You,” The Temptations

“Kicks,” Paul Revere & The Raiders

“Knock on Wood,” Eddie Floyd

“Land of 1,000 Dances,” Wilson Pickett

“Mother’s Little Helper,” The Rolling Stones

“One More Heartache,” Marvin Gaye

“Paperback Writer,” The Beatles

“Paint It Black,” Rolling Stones

“Reach Out, I’ll Be There,” The Four Tops

“River Deep – Mountain High,” Ike & Tina Turner

“Save My Soul,” Wimple Winch

“Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again,” Bob Dylan

“Substitute,” The Who

“Summer in the City,” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“Sunday Morning,” Velvet Underground

“Sunny Afternoon,” The Kinks

“Ticket To Ride,” The Beatles

“Try A Little Tenderness,” Otis Redding

“Under My Thumb,” The Rolling Stones

“What Becomes of the Broken Hearted,” Jimmy Ruffin

“When A Man Loves a Woman,” Percy Sledge

“Where Have all the Good Times Gone,” The Kinks

“Wild Thing,” The Troggs

“Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” The Beach Boys

“Working in the Coal Mine,” Lee Dorsey

“You Can’t Hurry Love,” Supremes

“You Keep Me Hangin’ On,” The Supremes.

“You’re Gonna Miss Me,” 13th Floor Elevators

 

1967 (43)

“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell

“Alone Again Or,” Love

“Are You Experienced?,” Jimi Hendrix

“Arnold Layne,” Pink Floyd

“Break On Through (To the Other Side),” The Doors

“Care of Cell 44,” The Zombies

“Cold Sweat (Part I),” James Brown

“David Watts,” The Kinks

“A Day in the Life,” The Beatles

“Daydream Believer,” The Monkees

“For What It’s Worth,” Buffalo Springfield

“Friday on My Mind,” The Easybeats

“Heroin,” Velvet Underground

“I Am the Walrus,” The Beatles

“I Can See for Miles,” The Who

“I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You),” Aretha Franklin

“I Say a Little Prayer,” Dionne Warwick

“I Second That Emotion,” Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

“I Was Made to Love Her,” Stevie Wonder

“I’m Waiting for the Man,” The Velvet Underground

“Let’s Spend the Night Together,” The Rolling Stones

“The Letter,” The Box Tops

“Light My Fire,” The Doors

“Love Me Two Times,” The Doors

“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” The Beatles

“Mr. Soul,” Buffalo Springfield

“Ode to Billy Joe,” Bobbie Gentry

“Penny Lane,” The Beatles

“Purple Haze,” Jimi Hendrix

“Respect,” Aretha Franklin

“Ruby Tuesday,” Rolling Stones

“Sing Me Back Home,” Merle Haggard

“So You Want to Be a Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,” The Byrds

“Somebody to Love,” Jefferson Airplane

“Soul Man,” Sam and Dave

“Time Has Come Today,” The Chamber Brothers

“Time of the Season,” The Zombies

“To Sir with Love,” Lulu

“Waterloo Sunset,” The Kinks

“What a Wonderful World,” Louis Armstrong

“A Whiter Shade of Pale,” Procol Harum

“(You May Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” Aretha Franklin

“(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher,” Jackie Wilson

 

1968 (39)

“Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing,” Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

“All Along the Watchtower,” Jimi Hendrix

“Back in the U.S.S.R.,” The Beatles

“Born To Be Wild,” Steppenwolf

“Build Me Up Buttercup,” The Foundations

“Crossroads,” Cream

“Dance to the Music,” Sly and the Family Stone

“Days,” The Kinks

“Everyday People,” Sly and the Family Stone

“Folsom Prison Blues,” Johnny Cash

“Get Back,” The Beatles

“Going Up the Country,” Canned Heat

“Green River,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Hard to Handle,” Otis Redding

“I Forgot to Be Your Lover,” William Bell

“I Got a Line on You,” Spirit

“I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” Marvin Gaye

“I’d Rather Go Blind,” Etta James

“I’ve Got Dreams to Remember,” Otis Redding

“Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” Rolling Stones

“Mama Tried,” Merle Haggard

“Mendocino,” The Sir Douglas Quintet

“Mrs. Robinson,” Simon and Garfunkel

“Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man,” Bob Seger System

“Revolution,” The Beatles

“(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay,” Otis Redding

“Son of Preacher Man,” Dusty Springfield

“Strawberry Fields Forever,” The Beatles

“Street Fighting Man,” The Rolling Stones

“Sweet Thing,” Van Morrison

“Sympathy for the Devil,” The Rolling Stones

“This Is My Country,” The Impressions

“The Village Green Preservation Society,” The Kinks

“The Weight,” The Band

“While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” The Beatles

“White Light/White Heat,” Velvet Underground

“Wichita Lineman,” Glen Campbell

“Wrap It Up,” Sam and Dave

“You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere,” The Byrds

 

1969 (34)

“1969,” The Stooges

“At the Crossroads,” The Sir Douglas Quintet

“Bad Moon Rising,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Cinnamon Girl,” Neil Young

“Come Together,” The Beatles

“Communication Breakdown,” Led Zeppelin

“Down on the Corner,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Fortunate Son,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Gimme Shelter,” The Rolling Stones

“Good Times, Bad Times,” Led Zeppelin

“Hey Jude,” The Beatles

“Honky Tonk Women,” The Rolling Stones

“Hot Burrito #1,” The Flying Burrito Brothers

“Hot Fun in the Summertime,” Sly and the Family Stone

“I Can’t Get Next to You,” The Temptations

“I Wanna Be Your Dog,” The Stooges

“I Want You Back,” The Jackson 5

“In the Ghetto,” Elvis Presley

“Just a Little Lovin’,” Dusty Springfield

“Kick Out the Jams,” MC5

“Many Rivers to Cross,” Jimmy Cliff

“My Cherie Amour,” Stevie Wonder

“The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,” The Band

“Oh Well (Part 1),” Fleetwood Mac

“Polk Salad Annie,” Tony Joe White

“Proud Mary,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Shangri-La,” The Kinks

“Something,” The Beatles

“Stand!,” Sly & the Family Stone

“Suspicious Minds,” Elvis Presley

“Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again),” Sly & the Family Stone

“Victoria,” The Kinks

“Workin’ Man Blues,” Merle Haggard

“You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” The Rolling Stones

 

1970 (34)

“ABC,” The Jackson 5

“And It Stoned Me,” Van Morrison

“Band of Gold,” Freda Payne

“Coal Miner’s Daughter,” Loretta Lynn

“Domino,” Van Morrison

“Fire and Rain,” James Taylor

“Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine,” James Brown

“Give Me Just a Little More Time,” Chairmen of the Board

“A Good Year for the Roses,” George Jones

“Have You Ever Seen the Rain?,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“I’ll Be There,” Jackson 5

“I’m Eighteen,” Alice Cooper

“Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone,” Charley Pride

“Into the Mystic,” Van Morrison

“Layla,” Derek and the Dominos

“Let it Be,” The Beatles

“Lola,” The Kinks

“Lookin’ Out My Back Door,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Loose,” The Stooges

“The Love You Save,” The Jackson 5

“Maybe I’m Amazed,” Paul McCartney

“Moondance,” Van Morrison

“Move on Up,” Curtis Mayfield

“No Matter What,” Badfinger

“Ohio,” Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

“O-o-h Child,” The Five Stairsteps

“Paranoid,” Black Sabbath

“Rock & Roll,” Velvet Underground

“Spirit in the Sky,” Norman Greenbaum

“Sweet Jane,” Velvet Underground

“Tears of a Clown,” Smokey Robinson and the Miracles

“Who’ll Stop the Rain,” Creedence Clearwater Revival

“Working Class Hero,” John Lennon

“Yes We Can (Part 1),” Lee Dorsey

 

1971 (37)

“Ain’t No Sunshine,” Bill Withers

“Baba O’Riley,” The Who

“Baby Blue,” Badfinger

“Changes,” David Bowie

“Every Picture Tells a Story,” Rod Stewart

“Family Affair,” Sly & the Family Stone

“Famous Blue Raincoat,” Leonard Cohen

“Hello in There,” John Prine

“I Shall Be Released,” Bob Dylan

“I’ll Be Around,” The Spinners

“Imagine,” John Lennon

“It Don’t Come Easy,” Ringo Starr

“It’s Too Late,” Carole King

“Jealous Guy,” John Lennon

“Let’s Stay Together,” Al Green

“The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys,” Traffic

“Maggie May,” Rod Stewart

“Me and Bobby McGee,” Janis Joplin

“Me and Paul,” Willie Nelson

“Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology),” Marvin Gaye

“Motel Blues,” Loudon Wainwright III

“Paradise,” John Prine

“The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” Gil Scott-Heron

“Sam Stone,” John Prine

“Sister Anne,” MC5

“Stay with Me,” The Faces

“Strawberry Letter 23,” Shuggie Otis

“That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be,” Carly Simon

“Tired of Being Alone,” Al Green

“Tupelo Honey,” Van Morrison

“Under My Wheels,” Alice Cooper

“What’s Going On,” Marvin Gaye

“When the Levee Breaks,” Led Zeppelin

“Wild Night, Van Morrison

“Won’t Get Fooled Again,” The Who

“The Year That Clayton Delaney Died,” Tom T. Hall

“You Are Everything,” The Stylistics

 

1972 (33)

“All the Young Dudes,” Mott the Hoople

“Back Stabbers,” The O’Jays

“Betcha By Golly, Wow,” The Stylistics

“Brown Sugar,” The Rolling Stones

“The City of New Orleans,” Arlo Guthrie

“Doctor My Eyes,” Jackson Browne

“Go All the Way,” Raspberries

“The Harder They Come,” Jimmy Cliff

“Hello It’s Me,” Todd Rundgren

“Highway Star,” Deep Purple

“I Can See Clearly Now, Johnny Nash

“Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile),” Van Morrison

“Lean on Me,” Bill Withers

“Love and Happiness,” Al Green

“Love Train,” The O’Jays

“Me and Mrs. Jones,” Billy Paul

“Mother and Child Reunion,” Paul Simon

“The Needle and the Damage Done,” Neil Young

“Oh Girl,” The Chi-Lites

“Pancho and Lefty,” Townes Van Zandt

“Pusherman,” Curtis Mayfield

“Rock and Roll,” Led Zeppelin

“Rocks Off,” The Rolling Stones

“Sail Away,” Randy Newman

“School’s Out,” Alice Cooper

“Slow Death,” Flamin’ Groovies

“Suffragette City,” David Bowie

“Superstition,” Stevie Wonder

“Take It Easy,” The Eagles

“Thirteen,” Big Star

“Tumblin’ Dice,” The Rolling Stones

“Walk on the Wild Side,” Lou Reed

“Ziggy Stardust,” David Bowie

 

1973 (20)

“All the Way from Memphis,” Mott the Hoople

“Bang a Gong (Get it On),” T. Rex

“Bennie and the Jets,” Elton John

“Call Me (Come Back Home),” Al Green

“Dancing Days,” Led Zeppelin

“Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” Elton John

“Here I Am (Come and Take Me),” Al Green

“I Can’t Stand the Rain,” Ann Peebles

“If We Make It Through December,” Merle Haggard

“Jolene,” Dolly Parton

“Let’s Get It On,” Marvin Gaye

“Living for the City,” Stevie Wonder

“Midnight Train to Georgia,” Gladys Knight and the Pips

“My Old School,” Steely Dan

“Ramblin’ Man,” The Allman Brothers Band

“Rosalita (Come Out Tonight),” Bruce Springsteen

“Search and Destroy,” Iggy and the Stooges

“Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting,” Elton John

“The Swimming Song,” Loudon Wainwright III

“Until You Come Back to Me,” Aretha Franklin

 

1974 (11)

“Angel from Montgomery,” Bonnie Raitt

“Back of a Car,” Big Star

“Help Me,” Joni Mitchell

“Killer Queen,” Queen

“Lady Marmalade,” Labelle

“Louisiana, 1927,” Randy Newman

“Must of Got Lost,” The J. Giels Band

“September Gurls,” Big Star

“Shame, Shame, Shame,” Shirley (And Company)

“Sweet Home Alabama,” Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Up for the Down Stroke,” Parliament

 

1975 (27)

“Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,” Waylon Jennings

“Ballroom Blitz,” Sweet

“Born to Run,” Bruce Springsteen

“Cortez the Killer,” Neil Young

“Evil Woman,” Electric Light Orchestra

“Fame,” David Bowie

“Games People Play,” The Spinners

“Get Down Tonight,” KC and the Sunshine Band

“Gloria: In Exclesis Deo/Gloria,” Patti Smith

“Land (Horses/Land of a Thousand Dances/La Mer(de)),” Patti Smith

“Landslide,” Fleetwood Mac

“Love is the Drug,” Roxy Music

“Low Rider,” War

“No Woman, No Cry,” Bob Marley

“P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up),” Parliament

“Rhiannon,” Fleetwood Mac

“She’s Actin’ Single (I’m Drinkin’ Doubles),” Gary Stewart

“Stranglehold,” Ted Nugent

“Sweet Emotion,” Aerosmith

“Tangled Up in Blue,” Bob Dylan

“Tear the Roof Off the Sucker (Give Up the Funk),” Parliament

“Third Rate Romance,” Amazing Rhythm Aces

“Thunder Road,” Bruce Springsteen

“Wake Up Everybody (Part 1),” Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes

“Walk This Way,” Aerosmith

“Why Can’t We Be Friends?,” War

“Wish You Were Here,” Pink Floyd

 

1976 (22)

“Anarchy in the U.K.,” Sex Pistols

“Blitzkrieg Bop,” The Ramones

“The Boys Are Back in Town,” Thin Lizzy

“Dancing Queen,” ABBA

“Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap,” AC/DC

“Disco Inferno,” The Trammps

“Do Ya,” Electric Light Orchestra

“(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” Blue Öyster Cult

“Final Solution,” Pere Ubu

“Fly Like an Eagle,” Steve Miller

“Go Your Own Way,” Fleetwood Mac

“Griselda,” The Unholy Modal Rounders

“Hoodoo Bash,” The Unholy Modal Rounders

“I Wish,” Stevie Wonder

“Long May You Run,” The Stills-Young Band

“Night Moves,” Bob Seger

“Poor Poor Pitiful Me,” Warren Zevon

“Roadrunner,” Modern Lovers

“Shake Some Action,” Flamin’ Groovies

“So It Goes,” Nick Lowe

“Take the Money and Run,” The Steve Miller Band

“Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World,” Ramones

 

1977 (32)

“2-4-6-8 Motorway,” The Tom Robinson Band

“Alison,” Elvis Costello

“Blank Generation,” Richard Hell and the Voidoids

“Chinese Rocks,” The Heartbreakers

“Don’t Leave Me This Way,” Thelma Houston

“Don’t Stop,” Fleetwood Mac

“Dreams,” Fleetwood Mac

“God Save the Queen,” Sex Pistols

“Got to Give It Up,” Marvin Gaye

“He’s A Whore,” Cheap Trick

“’Heroes’,” David Bowie

“I Feel Love,” Donna Summer

“Jamming,” Bob Marley and the Wailers

“Lust for Life,” Igg Pop

“Marquee Moon,” Television

“Orgasm Addict,” Buzzcocks

“The Passenger,” Iggy Pop

“Peg,” Steely Dan

“Pretty Vacant,” Sex Pistols

“Psycho Killer,” Talking Heads

“Rock and Roll Never Forgets,” Bob Seger

“Rockaway Beach,” The Ramones

“Running on Empty,” Jackson Browne

“Sheena Is a Punk Rocker,” The Ramones

“Stayin’ Alive,” The Bee Gees

“Stick to Me,” Graham Parker & the Rumour

“That Smell,” Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Uptown Top Ranking,” Althea & Donna

“Watching the Detectives,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“What’s Your Name,” Lynyrd Skynyrd

“Whole Lotta Rosie,” AC/DC

“You Make Loving Fun,” Fleetwood Mac

 

1978 (32)

“Ain’t Talkin’ ‘bout Love,” Van Halen

“American Girl,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“Another Girl, Another Planet,” The Only Ones

“The Big Country,” Talking Heads

“Boxcars,” Joe Ely

“Candy’s Room,” Bruce Springsteen

“City Slang,” Sonic’s Rendezvous Band

“Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve),” The Buzzcocks

“Gut Feeling/Slap Your Mammy,” Devo

“Hanging on the Telephone,” Blondie

“Heart of Glass,” Blondie

“Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick,” Ian Dury and the Blockheads

“Honky Tonk Masquerade,” Joe Ely

“Just What I Needed,” The Cars

“I Need to Know,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“I Wanna Be Sedated,” Ramones

“Lawyers, Guns, and Money,” Warren Zevon

“Life’s Been Good,” Joe Walsh

“Lipstick Vogue,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“Miss You,” The Rolling Stones

“One Nation Under a Groove,” Funkadelic

“Public Image,” Public Image Ltd.

“Pump It Up,” Elvis Costello

“Radio Radio,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“September,” Earth, Wind & Fire

“Sultans of Swing,” Dire Straits

“Sunday Girl,” Blondie

“Surrender,” Cheap Trick

“Take Me to the River,” Talking Heads

“Teenage Kicks,” The Undertones

“(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais,” The Clash

 

1979 (39)

“Accidents Will Happen,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2),” Pink Floyd

“Brass in Pocket,” The Pretenders

“Bustin’ Loose (Part 1),” Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers

“Cars,” Gary Numan

“Cruel to Be Kind,” Nick Lowe

“Dance the Night Away,” Van Halen

“Dance This Mess Around,” The B-52’s

“Discovering Japan,” Graham Parker

“Don’t Do Me Like That,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“Don’t Stop ‘til You Get Enough,” Michael Jackson

“Dreaming,” Blondie

“Even the Losers,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“Girls Talk,” Dave Edmunds

“Good Times,” Chic

“Harmony in My Head,” Buzzcocks

“Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black),” Neil Young & Crazy Horse

“Highway to Hell,” AC/DC

“I Wanna Be Your Lover,” Prince

“I Want You to Want Me,” Cheap Trick

“I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide,” ZZ Top

“Is She Really Going Out with Him?,” Joe Jackson

“Le Freak,” Chic

“Let’s Go,” The Cars

“Life Beings at the Hop,” XTC

“Life During Wartime,” Talking Heads

“Like A Hurricane,” (“Live Rust version), Neil Young and Crazy Horse

“Message in a Bottle,” The Police

“My Sharona,” The Knack

“Off the Wall,” Michael Jackson

“Oliver’s Army,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“Powderfinger,” Neil Young and Crazy Horse

“Rainbow Connection,” Kermit (Jim Henson).

“Refugee,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“Rock Lobster,” The B-52’s

“Rock with You,” Michael Jackson

“We Are Family,” Sister Sledge

“Werewolves of London,” Warren Zevon

“What You Won’t Do for Love,” Bobby Caldwell

 

1980 (21)

“Ace of Spades,” Motorhead

“Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On),” Talking Heads

“Call Me,” Blondie

“He Stopped Loving Her Today,” George Jones

“I Stand Accused,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“I Will Follow,” U2

“I’m Coming Out,” Diana Ross

“London Calling,” The Clash

“Love Will Tear Us Apart,” Joy Division

“Master Blaster (Jammin’),” Stevie Wonder

“Me and the Boys,” NRBQ

“Mirror in the Bathroom,” The English Beat

“Once in a Lifetime,” Talking Heads

“Pulling Mussels (From the Shell),” Squeeze

“Redemption Song,” Bob Marley & the Wailers

“Right Side of My Mind,” Angry Samoans

“Talk of the Town,” Pretenders

“That’s the Joint,” Funky 4 Plus 1

“Train in Vain,” The Clash

“Whip It,” Devo

“You Shook Me All Night Long,” AC/DC

 

1981 (16)

“Academy Fight Song,” Mission of Burma

“Ah! Leah!,” Donny Iris

“Beautiful World,” Devo

“Burnin’ for You,” Blue Öyster Cult

“Cynical Girl,” Marshall Crenshaw

“It’s My Life,” Talk Talk

“Just the Two of Us,” Grover Washington, Jr

“Our Lips Are Sealed,” The Go-Go’s

“Pretty in Pink,” The Psychedelic Furs

“Radio Free Europe,” R.E.M

“(Say No To) Saturday’s Girl,” Human Switchboard

“Seven Year Ache,” Rosanne Cash

“Still Doin’ Time,” George Jones

“Super Freak,” Rick James

“The Waiting,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

“You Dropped a Bomb on Me,” The Gap Band

 

1982 (18)

“1999,” Prince

“867-5309/Jenny,” Tommy Tutone

“Atlantic City,” Bruce Springsteen

“Beyond Belief,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“Cleaning Windows,” Van Morrison

“Genius of Love,” Tom Tom Club

“Girls Like Me,” Bonnie Hayes with the Wild Combo

“I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do),” Hall & Oates

“Kids in America,” Kim Wilde

“Little Red Corvette,” Prince

“The Message,” Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five featuring Melle Mel and Duke Bootee

“Rock the Casbah,” The Clash

“Sex Bomb,” Flipper

“Sexual Healing,” Marvin Gaye

“Tainted Love,” Soft Cell

There She Goes Again,” Marshall Crenshaw

“Wild and Blue,” John Anderson

“You Got Lucky,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

 

1983 (13)

“Burning Down the House,” Talking Heads

“Come Dancing,” The Kinks

“Come on Eileen,” Dexys Midnight Runners

“Every Breath You Take,” The Police

“I Melt with You,” Modern English

“Jump,” Van Halen

“Let the Music Play,” Shannon

“Let’s Dance,” David Bowie

“Money Changes Everything,” Cyndi Lauper

“New Year’s Day,” U2

“Roll Me Away,” Bob Seger

“Swingin’,” John Anderson

“Whenever You’re on My Mind,” Marshall Crenshaw

 

1984 (22)

“99 Luftballons,” Nena

“Absolutely Sweet Marie,” Jason & the Scorchers

“Born in the U.S.A.,” Bruce Springsteen

“Cruel Summer,” Bananarama

“Don’t Worry Baby,” Los Lobos

“Eight Miles High,” Hüsker Dü

“Head over Heels,” The Go-Go’s

“Here Comes the Rain Again,” The Eurythmics

“Hero Takes a Fall,” The Bangles

“Hold Me Now,” Thompson Twins

“I Love You, Suzanne,” Lou Reed

“I Want You Back,” Hoodoo Gurus

“I Will Dare,” The Replacements

“Love is for Lovers,” The dB’s

“Lovergirl,” Teena Marie

“A Matter of Time,” Los Lobos

“Middle of the Road,” The Pretenders

“New Sensations,” Lou Reed

“Round and Round,” Ratt

“They Don’t Know,” Tracey Ullman

“Unsatisfied,” The Replacements

“When Doves Cry,” Prince

 

1985 (17)

“The Band Played Waltzing Matilda,” The Pogues

“Bastards of Young,” The Replacements

“Bonzo Goes to Bitburg,” Ramones

“The Boys of Summer,” Don Henley

“Celebrated Summer,” Hüsker Dü

“Downtown Train,” Tom Waits

“Freeway of Love,” Aretha Franklin

“Highwayman,” The Highwaymen

“Into the Groove,” Madonna

“Just Like Honey,” The Jesus and Mary Chain

“Left of the Dial,” The Replacements

“Part-Time Lover,” Stevie Wonder

“Road to Nowhere,” Talking Heads

“Running Up That Hill,” Kate Bush

“September Song,” Lou Reed

“Take the Skinheads Bowling,” Camper Van Beethoven

“Would I Lie to You?,” Eurythmics

 

1986 (9)

“Bizarre Love Triangle,” New Order

“Guitar Town,” Steve Earle

“I Want You,” Elvis Costello and the Attractions

“Keep Your Hands to Yourself,” The Georgia Satellites

“Kiss,” Prince and The Revolution

“No Sex,” Alex Chilton

“Raising Hell,” Run-D.M.C.

“Unhappy Anniversary,” Loudon Wainwright III

“Word Up!,” Cameo.

 

1987 (10)

“Alex Chilton,” The Replacements

“The Boy in the Bubble,” Paul Simon

“Can’t Hardly Wait,” The Replacements

“Dear God,” XTC

“Forever and Ever, Amen,” Randy Travis

“It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine),” R.E.M

“Just Like Heaven,” The Cure

“The One I Love,” R.E.M

“Right Next Door (Because of Me),” Robert Cray

“True Faith,” New Order

 

1988 (19)

“Ana Ng,” They Might Be Giants

“Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos,” Public Enemy

“Bring the Noise,” Public Enemy

“Changed the Locks,” Lucinda Williams

“Crescent City,” Lucinda Williams

“Dirty World,” Traveling Wilburys

“An Empty Glass (That’s the Way the Day Ends),” Gary Stewart

“Fast Car,” Tracy Chapman

“Follow the Leader,” Eric B. & Rakim

“Freak Scene,” Dinosaur Jr

“It Takes Two,” Rob Base & D.J. E-Z Rock

“Jack the Ripper,” LL Cool J

“My Pal,” GOD

“Push It,” Salt-n-Pepa

“Strictly Business,” EPMD

“Sweet Child o’ Mine,” Guns N’ Roses

“Tower of Song,” Leonard Cohen

“Tunnel of Love,” Bruce Springsteen

“Under the Milky Way,” The Church

 

1989 (8)

“Fight the Power,” Public Enemy

“Have I Told You Lately,” Van Morrison

“I’ll Be You,” The Replacements

“Like a Prayer,” Madonna

“Me, Myself, and I,” De La Soul

“Memphis, Egypt,” The Mekons

“Rockin’ in the Free World,” Neil Young and Crazy Horse

“Valerie,” Marshall Crenshaw

 

1990 (12)

“Been Caught Stealing,” Jane’s Addiction

“Birdhouse in Your Soul,” They Might Be Giants

“Blue Sky Mine,” Midnight Oil

“Don’t Rock the Jukebox,” Alan Jackson

“Groove Is in the Heart,” Deee-Lite

“The Humpty Dance,” Digital Underground

“Mama Said Knock You Out,” LL Cool J

“Me and Billy the Kid,” Joe Ely

“Nothing Compares 2 U,” Sinead O’Connor

“Shove,” L7

“Slack Motherfucker,” Superchunk

“Wicked Game,” Chris Isaak

 

1991 (5)

“Angels Don’t Fly,” George Jones

“Can’t Truss It,” Public Enemy

“Losing My Religion,” R.E.M

“Mind Playing Tricks on Me,” Geto Boys

“Smells Like Teen Spirt,” Nirvana

 

1992 (10)

“A Father and A Son,” Loudon Wainwright III

“Only Shallow,” My Bloody Valentine

“Pineola,” Lucinda Williams

“Remedy,” Black Crowes

“The Road Goes on Forever,” Joe Ely

“Seminole Wind,” John Anderson

“Tearing Down This Place,” Freedy Johnston

“Trying to Tell You I Don’t Know,” Freedy Johnston

“Wish Fulfillment,” Sonic Youth

“Youth Against Fascism,” Sonic Youth

 

1993 (13)

“Cannonball,” Breeders

“Fade Into You,” Mazzy Star

“French Disko,” Stereolab

“Go West,” Pet Shop Boys

“I Am I Be,” De La Soul

“Kiss Off (Live),” Violent Femmes

“Loser,” Beck

“Mary Jane’s Last Dance,” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

“Rebel Girl,” Bikini Girl

“Rid of Me,” PJ Harvey

“A Thousand Miles from Nowhere,” Dwight Yoakam

“Unseen Power of the Picket Fence,” Pavement

“Web in Front,” Archers of Loaf

 

1994 (11)

“Bad Reputation,” Freedy Johnston

“Better Man,” Pearl Jam

“Cut Your Hair,” Pavement

“Go Rest High on That Mountain,” Vince Gill

“Gold Soundz,” Pavement

“My Life,” Iris Dement

“Sabotage,” Beastie Boys

“Self Esteem,” The Offspring

“Sleeps with Angels,” Neil Young & Crazy Horse

“Welfare Music,” The Bottle Rockets

“When You Say Nothing at All,” Alison Krauss and Union Station

1995 (9)

“Common People,” Pulp

“Dublin Blues,” Guy Clark

“Girl from Mars,” Ash

“I’m the Ocean,” Neil Young

“Lake Marie,” John Prine

“Only Happy When It Rains,” Garbage

“Sick of Myself,” Matthew Sweet

“Sparky’s Dream,” Teenage Fanclub

“Victoria,” Old 97’s

 

1996 (4)

“The Band Plays On,” John Anderson

“Knapsack,” Amy Rigby

“Ladykillers,” Lush

“Sick Day,” Fountains of Wayne

 

1997 (6)

“Brimful of Asia,” Cornershop

“Flagpole Sitta,” Harvey Danger

“The Impression That I Get,” The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.

“Indianapolis,” Bottle Rockets

“Love Sick,” Bob Dylan

“Standing in the Doorway,” Bob Dylan

 

1998 (8)

“California Stars,” Wilco/Billy Bragg

“Car Wheels on a Gravel Road,” Lucinda Williams

“Drunken Angel,” Lucinda Williams

“The Mountain,” Steve Earle and the Del McCoury Band

“One by One,” Billy Bragg and Wilco

“Ray of Light,” Madonna

“The Summer of My Wasted Youth,” Amy Rigby

“Waltz #2 (XO),” Elliott Smith

 

1999 (9)

“The Book of Love,” The Magnetic Fields

“I Try,” Macy Gray

“It’s a Wonderful Lie,” Paul Westerberg

“Jagged,” Old 97s

“Lonesome Town,” Paul McCartney

“Oppenheimer,” Old 97’s

“Praise You,” Fatboy Slim

“Steal My Sunshine,” Len

“Television Light,” Marshall Crenshaw

 

2000 (1)

“The Real Slim Shady,” Eminem

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