History's second most important pop group (no. 1 being The Beatles, obvi) has more recognizable songs in a live setlist than anyone else on the planet. Of course, 30 years in, everyone hates them. That's how it's supposed to be: youth revolts, man.
But these four dudes have also made an incredible amount of music on the periphery of their canon that are amazing. I disagree with a bunch of the songs listed here, and would point to "Blow Your House Down" and "Heaven and Hell" as my (unfinished) favorites.