The Top Ten are here:
1. Green Day
Number 1? Really? They're good and all but... Well, let's not pass judgement until we see who else is on the list.
Radiohead is one of those bands that I feel like I'm supposed to like, but I just can't bring myself to do it.
Aside from a catchy single here and there, I can't help but feel that they're coasting lately.
Artist request that their videos not be embedded on our site. That's fine by me as I find Coldplay to be incredibly dull.
5. Black Eyed Peas
So far, the case for Green Day's number one-atude is looking pretty good.
6. Justin Timberlake
Yeah, I know he hails from boy band land, but I swear to you that (aside from a couple of bum tracks)"Futuresexlovesounds" is worth every penny.
7. Bruce Springsteen
Nice to see that Bruce is seguing nicely into "Rock Elder Statesman" status.
Honestly, I'm afraid to even LOOK for one of this dude's videos on my work PC. Influential, yes. SFW, no.
9. Jack White
Once the White Stripes broke, a thousand more "garage-rock" bands followed. For an all too brief period, rock got a little rough around the edges again. Then, My Good Chemical Fall Out Charlotte happened.
See Eminem for why there are no Jay-Z videos for you to watch on this page.
Green Day in the number 1 spot? Yeah, I guess. I'd rank Jack White a lot higher and pop Bob Dylan into the top ten too.
Your comments are welcome below.