A bunch of 80s bands made it to the big time, including a couple who were actually pretty great, like the Sex Pistols and Led Zeppelin.
(And they didn’t have a single child, thanks to a lot of bad timing.)
So which band would most likely make the cut?
Let’s look at the top 20 of the biggest bands of all time, with their bands listed in alphabetical order, and try to figure out if you want them.1.
The Sex Pistoles (1984-1989)They played for a good while.
It’s hard to imagine anyone would have wanted to go through a decade of “Love in the Time of Cholera” without their band being the first one to go out and put out a classic album.
They were so good.
They would’ve been on the cover of Rolling Stone, they would’ve won the Grammys, they’d’ve made the cover stars of Time magazine.
They made such a splash on the charts that they were a pop-culture sensation, and they were able to write and perform songs that everyone wanted to hear, like “Poppin’ in the Sun” and “The Long and Winding Road.”
They were the biggest band to come out of England in the early ’80s.2.
The Beatles (1968-1969)They got their start with a huge hit called “Revolution,” but it was the Beatles who really changed the world when they took over the world.
It was their first hit, but it still has a place in pop music, and their legacy lives on.
It became one of the most successful rock bands of the ’70s and the ’80