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All-TIME 100 Songs

Our critics pick the most extraordinary English-language popular recordings since the beginning of TIME magazine in 1923. Here are 100 (unranked) songs of enduring beauty, power and inventiveness

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AronRoberts
AronRoberts

Beauty, power and inventiveness: that's also Al Stewart's "Roads to Moscow" (1973) ... who somehow found a way to turn a Soviet soldier's years of fighting on World War II's Eastern Front into a memorable pop ballad.

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Not one Mariah Carey song? The most popular artist of the 90's that sold hundreds of millions of records with 2 songs of the decade and 18 number one hits? This list is pure trash and should be discredited immediately. Get into Infinity.