87. We Didn’t Start the Fire – Billy Joel

EDITORS’ NOTES The Essential Billy Joel is the most inclusive Billy Joel compilation, following him from his early years through to his...

86. Somebody to Love – Queen

EDITORS’ NOTES Freddie Mercury’s skyscraping vocals matched his onstage flamboyance, leading the charge on hits that were never less than anthemic. “Bohemian...

83. A Reason to Fight – Disturbed

EDITORS’ NOTES After a three-year recording hiatus, Chicago nu-metal stalwarts Disturbed offer up a slab of groove-heavy hard rock that pays tribute...

82. (Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Blue Öyster Cult

EDITORS’ NOTES With their fourth studio album Blue Oyster Cult updated and retooled their sound to better their chances at mainstream rock...

81. Body Talks (feat. Kesha) – The Struts

EDITORS’ NOTES While their 2014 debut album garnered them comparisons to The Darkness, there’s little that’s tongue-in-cheek about English hard-rock throwbacks The...

79. Fortunate Son – Creedence Clearwater Revival

EDITORS’ NOTES “Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Lodi,” “Down on the Corner,” “Fortunate Son,” “Travelin’ Band”…the list is long and impressive. Singer...

78. The Unforgiven – Metallica

EDITORS’ NOTES "Enter Sandman’s” head-on, no-nonsense approach and fail-safe chorus ("Exit light, enter night") guaranteed Metallica the radio and MTV play...

77. Say It Ain’t So – Weezer

EDITORS’ NOTES Known as “The Blue Album” to fans, Weezer's debut is practically a greatest hits set. Rivers Cuomo flaunts his obsessions...

76. Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time) –...

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75. Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin

EDITORS’ NOTES After the full-on assault of Led Zeppelin II, the band decided to take a step back and work through a...