Most Iconic Songs by Male Artists/BandsSwagFlicks There are songs that are considered to be the best, based on people's opinions. They reach a point deep inside the person that allows them to connect on a level deeper than normal. Those are songs that will stick with them for a long time.
There are songs that are considered to be the absolute worst, based on people's opinions. They reach a point deep inside the person that makes them repulsed, that makes them shocked on why a song such as this could have ever been made. Those are songs that will, unfortunately, not be forgotten by them for a long, long time.
But then there are the songs that are both good and bad. They have permanently left their mark on music, either for better or for worse. And hey, how can we blame them? They're popular, either in a good or bad way. In this list, many iconic songs will be featured. Most will be good, as people tend to think of the good ones as leaving an impact on them, and therefore, being more iconic, But there will be bad songs added to this list, and before you whine and moan, let me get this straight. These songs are iconic. But iconic doesn't always mean good. The top 10 worst songs on the worst songs of all time are iconic because they have stuck around with people more. Either for better or for worse.
Oh yeah, and this is for male artists/bands.
The Top Ten
I mean, if this is considered to be one of the greatest songs of all time, how can it not be iconic? Besides that, the lyrics are incredible, and the instrumentation is just perfect. - SwagFlicks
Good song, even though it's quite long. Amazing singing as well.
Bohemian Phapsody was a breakthrough song like no other. The range in the music was stunning, the words sublime and they stuck to their guns and wouldn't shorten it. It's iconic beyond measure. Karan Wilson
Iconic as the words "iconic" can ever get. Never overrated, if it is, it deserves it. - FredRogBriJoQueenV 4 Comments
I'm sure that many people would consider this the anthem for Halloween. And it makes sense, why, with its horror-themed lyrics and iconic narration by Vincent Price. - SwagFlicksV 1 Comment
Perhaps one of the most popular songs of the 90's in general, this song basically launched grunge into the mainstream. Although it's not Nirvana's best song, it's definitely their most popular. - SwagFlicks
This is my favorite hard rock song. - LightersV 1 Comment
One of the three anthems for hip-hop, and Eminem's most popular song. The lyrical dexterity and flow is among one of the most well-used I have seen in any song, and hey, who can forget that chorus? - SwagFlicksV 2 Comments
This song is something words cannot describe, simple the top of the sounds mankind has ever created.
If people can call this the most beautiful song ever made, then it definitely deserves a spot on this list, and for good reason. The lyrics are a message, asking us to bond together, when this song was released in one of the toughest times in recent history. The instrumentation is good as well, but the lyrics are among the most beautiful. - SwagFlicks
You can't deny that John Lennon had one of the most succesful und definitely most interesting musical careers. No matter as a solo singer or with The Beatles: He remains one of the bestV 1 Comment
This is widely considered to be the rock song with the biggest legacy. While the plagiarism surrounding this song is up for debate, there's no denying that the lyrics and sound (minus the plagiarism, if it is even there) remain among one of the most well-known in rock history. - SwagFlicks
Yes I agree with @SwagFlicks.The opening riff is plagiarized.But why does it matter so much.The riff isn't even one of the best acoustic riff. The solo,drum beats,bridge (when Robert Plant sings in high-pitched vocal) aren't plagiarized.And the song is known for the guitar solo.Which is original and great. - zxm
Update: July 27, 2016 - the plagiarism dispute goes back to court because the trial had many weak spots - for example, the judge didn’t allow jurors to hear the recording of Spirit's Taurus in court. When you hear it, there’s no doubt this is the same thing. - Metal_TreasureV 3 Comments
This is arguably The Beatles' most well-known song (even though I'm not really that much of a fan and don't consider them to be the best band), and my favorite from them. The uplifting lyrics aimed towards Julian Lennon and McCartney's voice make this song all the more better. May your legacy live on. - SwagFlicks
The Beatles' chemistry is just unbelievable and that's what makes them one of the most or even the most succesful bands ever to have played. John (not Julian :) ) Lennon and Paul McCartney's singing, George Harrison's backing vocals and guitar and Ringo Starr's not too technically outstanding but well suitable drumming just makes this a real well thought out song. RIP John and George (Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Strawberry Fields Forever and I am the Walrus are the best songs (my opinion))V 2 Comments
In what is considered MJ's signature song (a Halloween anthem and a signature song are completely different) this is by far the most direct confrontation towards groupies I have seen yet, and MJ does it in a brilliant way. - SwagFlicks
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