10. "Sympathy for the Devil" - The Rolling Stones
The Stones' ode to Satan is undoubtedly a great song, notes Salon, but "impact of the song’s chronicle of evil has been dulled over the years due to overplay."
9. "Hotel California" - Eagles
This Eagles' masterpiece is widely considered their greatest song — but enough already!
8. "T.N.T." - AC/DC
AC/DC hasn't really altered its sound a whole lot since bursting on the scene in the mid-70s, so it's a mystery why this particular song tends to receive so much more airplay than others.
7. "You Really Got Me" - Van Halen
A Kinks cover, this Van Halen classic probably gets way more airplay than it deserves, considering the other stuff in the band's catalogue.
6. "Crazy Train" - Ozzy Osbourne
This cut from the Prince of Darkness's iconic "Blizzard of Oz" album ranks among his best— but that doesn't mean we have to hear it over and over and over...
5. "Don't Stop Believin'" - Journey
Blame the use of this song on 'The Sopranos' and 'Glee' for its resurgence, but it's time for classic-rock radio to let it go.
3. & 4. “We Will Rock You” / “We Are The Champions” - Queen
A one-two rock n' roll knockout punch if there ever was one, but there are many Queen songs that are better than these two.
2. "Sweet Home Alabama" - Lynyrd Skynrd
The iconic Southern rockers have plenty of great songs in their catalogue other than this one.
1. "Another Brick in the Wall" - Pink Floyd
"We don't need no education... we don't need no thought control." We also need to hear another Pink Floyd song on the radio occasionally, mkay?