Top Ten Songs that Don't Deserve to Be a Bands Biggest Hit
The Top Ten
Another Brick In the Wall Part 2 is an outstanding song, though not even one of the eight best on The Wall, those being (in my opinion) Goodbye Blue Sky, One of My Turns, Don't Leave Me Now, Hey You, Is There Anybody Out There? , Nobody Home, Waiting for the Worms, and The Trial. Searching through the band's expansive collection, the song doesn't hold a candle to masterpieces such as Money, Brain Damage, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Have a Cigar, Astronomy Domine, Dogs, Pigs (Three Different Ones), Learning to Fly, On the Turning Away, When the Tigers Broke Free, and many more. Personally, I believe The Wall is overrated as well, paling in comparison to my personal favorite, Meddle, which features two of their greatest songs of all in One of These Days and Echoes.
Awesome song, but they've made better. - Metarock
To be honest, I prefer part 1 and 3 over this one. - BrianScott01
They have way better songs and its giving a bad example of a hard rock band with a soft rock song. - BrianScott01
Kashmir deserves it, something they didn't rip off. - BrianScott01
Technically, LZ's biggest hit is "Whole Lotta Love", since "Stairway" was never released as a single. Much like The Beatles, LZ did not bother to release some of their best work as singles, they felt it was cheating the fans.
Either Red House or Voodoo Chile deserve it. Its still a fantastic cover, though Bobby Dylan should get more credit. - BrianScott01
Voodoo child is better - waldo
Better than Paranoid Android or Karma Police? Really?
This song was ruined by the endless "na na na nanana". I have to skip the song whenever it comes on now. - BrianScott01
White Room was not their biggest hit, that title belongs to Sunshine of Your Love.
If it wasn't so overplayed, I might like it. - BrianScott01
They used to be blues, until they realised they weren't popular and they sold out. Hard Row or Keep Me deserves to be their biggest hit. - BrianScott01
Basically the same with Black Keys except Leppard used to be hard rock/heavy metal in 1980 and 1981 until they released this and Pyromania. - BrianScott01
By this point, Brian's voice was lost. - BrianScott01
Don't get me wrong, I really do like this song and just about everything else with Amy Lee's vocals, but songs like "My Immortal", "Hello" and "Call Me When You're Sober" aren't as well-known and are a lot better. (This is just my opinion)