Bands have been a huge part of the music scene and pop culture for decades. How well do you know your famous bands? Test your knowledge with this HowStuffWorks quiz!
Stairway To Heaven is the most famous song by Led Zeppelin, one of the biggest rock bands of all time. Another band, Spirit, claims the song was partially stolen from them.
Nirvana made grunge huge in the '90s with their signature style and sound. The title of this song actually refers to deodorant.
This 1968 song by The Beatles was Grammy-nominated. It was written by Paul McCartney originally to console John Lennon's son.
This track is off of Black Sabbath's 1970 album "Paranoid." It's a Grammy-winning song.
This award-winning song came out in 1987. It's off the U2 album "The Joshua Tree."
This song is off of the 1968 album "Beggar's Banquet." It's sung from the perspective of the devil as he causes trouble throughout history.
This 2010 pop smash was a massive hit for Maroon 5. It features Christina Aguilera.
This 1975 song was written by Queen frontman Freddie Mercury. At the time, it was reportedly the most expensive single ever made.
This song was Green Day's big hit of 2004. It's off the album "American Idiot."
This classic was originally released on the band's 1987 album "Appetite for Destruction." This song is highly acclaimed.
This was the title track off of one of AC/DC's biggest albums. It was the last one featuring singer Bon Scott.
This song was everywhere in the mid-80s. It is Van Halen's most successful song ever.
This song topped the Billboard chart in 1974. It also topped the UK singles chart in 1990.
This song has sold more copies as a single than any other song originally released in the 20th century. This powerful rock anthem was originally released in 1981.
This song was a hit in 1987. It's off of Def Leppard's "Hysteria" album.
"Creep" was Radiohead's debut single in 1992. It was not initially a hit but became one when it was re-released.
This 1991 song is one of Metallica's biggest. It went platinum in the U.S. and got Metallica noticed internationally.
While Joan Jett and the Blackhearts made this song popular, it's actually a cover song. The original was written and performed by the Arrows.
This was one of the biggest singles for The Doors. It's off their 1971 album "L.A. Woman."
This song was on Tom Petty's debut album with the Heartbreakers. While it didn't chart on its own, it's become very popular over the years, particularly as a cover song.
This song is off of the Clash's 1982 album "Combat Rock." Drummer Topper Headon wrote the original lyrics and song.
This song is by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. It features the vocals of David Bowie.
This was the debut single for The Killers in 2004. It was their most successful song and one of the first they ever wrote.
This song was released in 1980. It was the theme song for the film "American Gigolo."
This song is off of the famous Fleetwood Mac album "Rumours." It talks about Stevie Nicks' struggle with drugs.
This song nabbed the Grammy for Song of the Year. It is off Coldplay's 2008 album "Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends."
This song was the band's debut single. It came out in 1976.
This 1994 song is off of the album "Weezer" by Weezer. This was the last single off of the band's debut album.
This prog rock song is by the band Kansas. It was on the band's 1976 album "Leftoverture."
This song was the opening track off the album "Who's Next." The Who is famous for its large sound and destroying instruments on stage.
This song is off of the Eagles' 1976 album of the same name. It took home the Grammy for Song of the Year.
This pop song is off of Duran Duran's 1982 album "Rio." The music video was filmed in the jungles of Sri Lanka.
This song is off of the 1979 album "The Wall." It is one of the band's most famous songs.
This song was originally written and performed on an earlier David Byrne project. It was recorded and released by Talking Heads on their album "Talking Heads: 77."
This song is from the 1999 album of the same name. This was the band's most successful album to date.