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This page lists the top ten picks from different polls that fans have voted on over at the Classic Rock Weekly Poll Page 


The most underrated member of each rock band (Results from different polls taken, with more to be listed here in time)
The Rolling Stones - Bill Wyman (with 34.6%)
The Beatles - George Harrison (with 72.3%)
The Who - John Entwistle (with 50.2%)
Led Zeppelin - John Paul Jones (with 96.6%)
AC/DC - Malcolm Young (with 33.9%)
Pink Floyd - Rick Wright  (with 59.4%)
The Kinks  - Dave Davies (with 25.9%)
The Doors - Robby Krieger (with 33.9%)
Fleetwood Mac - Christine McVie (with 26.2%)
Queen - John Deacon (with 35%)
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Doug Clifford (with 33.5%)
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Graham Nash (with 32.5%)
Aerosmith - Brad Whitford (with 37.5%)
Grateful Dead - Phil Lesh (with 15.8%)
Cream - Jack Bruce (with 78.9%)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Benmont Tench (with 20.3%)
Van Halen - Michael Anthony (with 45.8%)
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Billy Powell (with 20%)
The Byrds - Gene Clark (with 31.9%)
Black Sabbath - Tony Iommi (with 31.1%)
The Moody Blues - Ray Thomas (with 15.7%)
Deep Purple - Jon Lord (with 29%)
The Allman Brothers Band - Lamar Williams (with 17.1%)
Jethro Tull - Martin Barre (with 31.8%)
Alice Cooper - Michael Bruce (with 25.1%)
The Yardbirds - Keith Relf (with 55.4%)
Chicago - Terry Kath (with 20%)
The Monkees - Peter Tork (with 33.1%)
The Small Faces/Faces - Ian McLagan (with 23.4%)
Derek and the Domions - Bobby Whitlock (with 32.7%)


Songs sung by a guy that sounds the most like a girl is singing (Results from a poll taken the week of Feb 13, 2017) The biggest snub to a Rock Hall of Fame band member(s) from the Hall's nominating committee (Results from a poll taken the week of April 3, 2017)
1 Hot Child In The City - Sung by Nick Gilder 1 Neil Young - Guitar/Vocals with Crosby/Stills/Nash 1968–70/73/74/76/'80s/'90s/'00s
2 Bread and Butter - The Newbeats (Lead sung by Larry Henley) 2 Mick Ronson - Lead Guitarist with David Bowie's bands from 1970-73
3 Do You Really What to Hurt Me - Culture Club (Sung by Boy George) 3 Bob Marley's Wailers - 12 members from '70s/'80s, including Peter Tosh, not in. (tied w/
4 Jackie Blue - The Ozark Mountain Daredevils (Sung by Larry Lee) 3 Bob Welch - Guitarist, Co-Lead Vocalist for Fleetwood Mac from 1971-74 (tie)
5 Why Do Fools Fall in Love - The Teenagers (Lead sung by Frankie Lymon) 5 Elton John's band - 3 key members from 1970-Present + Lyricist Bernie Taupin, not in
6 I'll Be There - The Jackson 5 (Lead sung by Michael Jackson) 6 Neil Young's Crazy Horse - 4 members from the 1960s to present not in
7 Roxy Roller - Sweeney Todd (Sung by Nick Gilder) 7 Kenny Jones - Drummer for the Who from 1978–88
8 The Ballroom Blitz - Sweet (Lead Brian Connolly/Spoken Lead Steve Priest) 8 Frank Zappa's Mother's - 16 members from the '60s and '70s not in
9 Tiptoe Through the Tulips - Sung by Tiny Tim 9 Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter - Original Guitarist for Steely Dan from 1972-74
10 Walk Like a Man - The Four Seasons (Lead sung by Frankie Valli) 10 Denny Dias - Original Guitarist for Steely Dan from 1972-74... tied w/
The Beach Boys - 4 members from the '60s and '70s not in. (tie)



Songs that are a total rip-off of another artist’s song (Results from a poll taken the week of April 10, 2017) The best opening lyrics to a song (Results from a poll taken the week of May 22, 2017)
1 Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice (ripoff of 'Under Pressure' by Queen and David Bowie) 1 Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan
2 Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin - (ripoff of 'You Need Love' by Willie Dixon/Muddy Waters) 2 Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
3 Catch Me Now I'm Falling - the Kinks (ripoff of 'Jumping Jack Flash' by the Rolling Stones) 3 The Sound of Silence — Simon And Garfunkel
4 The Lemon Song - Led Zeppelin (ripoff of 'Killing Floor' by Howlin' Wolf) 4 The Times They Are-A Changin’ - Bob Dylan
5 Shakermaker - Oasis (ripoff of 'I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing' by The New Seekers) 5 Jumpin' Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones
6 Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr. (ripoff of 'I Want A New Drug' by Huey Lewis And The News) 6 Aqualung - Jethro Tull  (tied w/
7 Gimme Three Steps - Lynyrd Skynyrd (ripoff of 'Come a Little Bit Closer' by Jay & the Americans) 6 Still Crazy After all these Years - Paul Simon  (tied w/
8 Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin (ripoff of 'Taurus' by Spirit) 6 Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon
9 The Singer Not The Song - Rolling Stones (ripoff of 'Not A Second Time' by the Beatles) 9 Baba O`Riley - The Who  (tied w/
Blowin’ In The Wind - Bob Dylan  (tied w/
10 Cigarettes & Alcohol - Oasis’ (ripoff of 'Bang A Gong [Get It On]' by T-Rex).. tied w/
My Sweet Lord - George Harrison (ripoff of 'He's So Fine' by The Chiffons).... and also tied w/
Why Don’t You Get A Job - The Offspring (ripoff of 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' by The Beatles)
9 Diamond Dogs — David Bowie  (tied w/
Imagine - John Lennon  (tied w/
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds — The Beatles



The best frontman/frontwoman in rock (Results from a poll taken the week of June 19, 2017) Songs as a session man that Jimmy Page shined the brightest on (Results from a poll taken the week of June 25, 2017)
1 Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones 1 Hurdy Gurdy Man (1968) by Donovan: Lead acid guitar
2 John Lennon of the Beatles 2 With A Little Help From My Friends (1968) by Joe Cocker: Lead guitar
3 Jim Morrison of The Doors 3 Baby Please Don't Go (1964) by Van Morrison/Them: Electric guitar
4 Tom Petty of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 4 Here Comes the Night (1964) by Van Morrison/Them: Lead guitar
5 Freddie Mercury of Queen 5 One Hit (To the Body) (1986) by The Rolling Stone: Guitar solo
6 Janis Joplin of Big Brother and the Holding Co. 6 Sunshine Superman (1966) by Donovan: Lead guitar
7 Rodger Daltrey of the Who 7 Tall Cool One (1988) by Robert Plant: Lead guitar
8 Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin 8 Beck's Bolero (1967) by Jeff Beck: Rhythm 12 string guitar and co-producer
9 Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull (tied with... 9 Right by You (1984) by Stephen Stills: Lead guitar
9 Sly Stone of Sly and the Family Stone 10 Mystic Eyes (1964) by Van Morrison/Them: Lead guitar (tied w/....
Tobacco Road (1964) by the Nashville Teens: Guitar riffs



The worst Pop/Rock band or duo ever (Results from a poll taken the week of July 10, 2017) Songs as a session man that Billy Preston shined the brightest on (Results from a poll taken the week of July 3, 2017)
1 Milli Vinilli 1 Get Back (1969) by the Beatles: Electric Piano
2 KISS 2 Shine a Light (1972) by the Stones: Piano and Organ
3 Devo 3 Let It Be (1970) by the Beatles: Organ (tied w/....
4 ABBA 3 Saint of Me (1998) by the Rolling Stones: Organ
5 Blondie (tied w/ 5 God (1970) by John Lennon: Piano
5 The B-52's 6 100 Years Ago (1973) by the Rolling Stones: Clavinet
7 Creed (tied w/ 7 Here We Go Again (2004) by Ray Charles: Organ
7 'N Sync (tied w/ 8 Family Affair (1971) by Sly & the Family Stone: Piano
7 New Kids on the Block 9 I Want You (She's So Heavy) (1969) by the Beatles: Organ
10 Backstreet Boys (tied w/
Jonas Brothers
10 One After 909 (1970) by the Beatles: Electric Piano



The most cheesy Pop/Rock group/artists ever (Results from a poll taken the week of July 17, 2017) The most cheesy Rock/Pop songs ever released (Results from a poll taken the week of August 7, 2017)
1 1910 Fruitgum Company 1 Disco Duck - Rick Dees
2 The Village People 2 (You're) Having My Baby - Paul Anka
3 KISS 3 Sugar, Sugar - The Archies
4 Milli Vinilli 3 Yummy Yummy Yummy - The Ohio Express
5 David Lee Roth (solo and w/Van Halen) 5 Summer Nights – Olivia Newton-John Travolta
6 Devo 6 Just A Gigolo – David Lee Roth
7 Justin Bieber 7 Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? – Rod Stewart
8 Bay City Rollers 8 Do You Really Want to Hurt Me - Culture Club (tie)
9 Beastie Boys 8 Y.M.C.A. – The Village People (tied for 8th)
10 Oasis 10 Jump - Van Halen (tied for 9th)
The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) - Alvin and the Chipmunks (tie)
The Mouse - Soupy Sales (tie)


Take part in having your say in these lists by voting in our polls!


This Week's first Rock Poll question is: What was the best cover song that was covered first by others, before its writer recorded or released the song?
This Week's VS Rock Poll question is: 'Only You (And You Alone)': Cover by The Platters vs the cover by Ringo Starr, which version is better?

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TOP TEN LIST - Page 1 | TOP TEN LISTS - Page 3 | TOP TEN LIST - Page 4 | TOP TEN LIST - Page 6 | TOP TEN LIST - Page 7
| VS LISTS - Page 1, List 8 | VS LISTS - Page 2, List Page 10 | TOP TEN LIST - Page 11

(Top Ten lists of fans Favorite Songs by each Classic Rock Artist found on Top Ten 2 , Top Ten 5, Top Ten 13)