Quoted from vid1900:
Again, the worst songs of all time, and those are based on real sales figures.
So when people talk about "how good music USED to be" or other nonsense, remind them that Led Zep, KISS, Bruce Springsteen, The Who, Jimi Hendrix or Bob Dylan; never had a #1 song.
Maybe not # 1, but hey, they got close....
Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin Peaked at #4 on 1.31.1970
Beth/Detroit Rock City KISS Peaked at #7 on 12.4.1976
Dancing In The Dark Bruce Springsteen Peaked at #2 on 6.30.1984
I Can See For Miles The Who Peaked at #9 on 11.25.1967
All Along The Watchtower The Jimi Hendrix Experience Peaked at #20 on 10.19.1968
Like A Rolling Stone Bob Dylan Peaked at #2 on 9.4.1965
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 Bob Dylan Peaked at #2 on 5.21.1966
And how about these?
Another Brick In The Wall (Part II) Pink Floyd Peaked at #1 on 3.22.1980
The Loco-Motion Grand Funk Peaked at #1 on 5.4.1974
We're An American Band Grand Funk Peaked at #1 on 9.29.1973
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet/Free Wheelin' Bachman-Turner Overdrive Peaked at #1 on 11.9.1974
Jump Van Halen Peaked at #1 on 2.25.1984
Why Can't This Be Love Van Halen Peaked at #3 on 5.17.1986
Smoke On The Water Deep Purple Peaked at #4 on 7.28.1973
Black Magic Woman Santana Peaked at #4 on 1.9.1971
School's Out Alice Cooper Peaked at #7 on 7.29.1972
AND our favorite -----
Ballroom Blitz Sweet Peaked at #5 on 10.18.1975